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Evangelion: 2.22 You Can (Not) Advance (Standard Edition)

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  • Directors: Hideaki Anno
  • Format: PAL, Widescreen, Colour
  • Language: Italian, Japanese
  • Subtitles: Italian
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: G (General Audience) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Dynit
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004CCNB58
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 505,070 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Continua la lotta serrata dell'umanità, rappresentata dai membri dell'Agenzia Speciale Nerv, alle misteriose creature chiamate "Angeli". A occuparsi del risveglio del Terzo Angelo è Mari, pilota assegnato all'unità provvisoria Evangelion 05. Asuka, invece, s'impegna a eliminare il Settimo Angelo a bordo del suo Eva-02. Dopo avere sconfitto l'Ottavo Angelo, il Nono Angelo è un nemico più infido, capace di insinuarsi nella nuovissima unità Evangelion 03 e impossessarsi del pilota assegnato al collaudo, ossia Asuka. Ha inizio il Third Impact.

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New Pilots, New Evas, New Angels The landmark anime Evangelion evolves, reaching new heights of intensity in the new feature film: Evangelion 2.22. In this explosive new story, brutal action and primal emotion clash as a group of young pilots maneuver their towering, cyborg Eva Units into combat against a deadly and disturbing enemy. In the battle to prevent the apocalyptic Third Impact, Shinji and Rei were forced to carry humanity's hopes on their shoulders. Now, as the onslaught of the bizarre, monstrous Angels escalates, they find their burden shared by two new Eva pilots, the fiery Asuka and the mysterious Mari. In this thrilling new experience for fans of giant robot destruction, the young pilots fight desperately to save mankind and struggle to save themselves. --This text refers to an alternate DVD edition.

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Note: this is a review of the region A (US) version, which technically should be the same disc, just another region code.

Neon Genesis Evangelion is originally a manga and an animated TV-series made in Japan in the 1990s. The basic storyline is set in the future (2015) after the mysterious "second impact" which killed off a large part of the human population. Some time after the impact Earth was attacked by powerful monstrous beings known as "angels". The story is complex and simple at the same time. The basic plot is a battle between humanity and aliens, with a lot of references to the earlier japanese Super Robot genre (Mazinger Z, Tetsujin) as well as kabbalistic/religious symbols and psychology, which gives it a lot of character (as well as room for interpretations as everything is not explained). There is also the usual anime mix of cuteness and violence, but beware because Evangelion is not for children. Also, the imaginative work is really something.

Evangelion 2.22 You Can Not Advance is the sequel to Evangelion 1.11, as well as a reworking of the original TV-series. If you haven't seen the TV-series nor the first movie (1.11) you should do this before seeing 2.22. In essence the films are a new version of the TV-series with both graphic improvement and changes in the story.

While 1.11 was more like a recapitulation and comprimation of several TV-episodes (with much improved graphics), 2.22 rewrites the original story and introduces new characters and ideas. The result is amazing and psychedelic leaving the viewer mindboggled waiting for Evangelion 3.33.
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Evangelion 2:22 is going to take some serious viewing(s) to get your head around it - whether for veteran fans or newcomers alike.

The film is just bonkers.

After Shinji Ikari and Rei Ayanami have overcome the threats of the first film, the world of Nerv is afforded a brief respite, allowing some necessary rebuilding of the Evas and defences. The team are bolstered by the arrival of Unit-02 and its pilot; the exasperating Asuka Langley, along with the clandestine dispersal of serie’s-new character Mari.

Naturally, the new wave of angel attacks draw the absolute limit from Nerv and the pilots, before the film culminates with a familiar scene for long-term Eva fans.

At the beginning of the Rebuild series Hideaki Anno touted a wave of new developments for Neon Genesis Evangelion, and he’s definitely delivered on that front. With (at least) two films remaining, you’d wonder where else the story is to go; with almost all the original series now accounted for in terms of the ultimate destination: The Human Instrumentality Project.

One aspect I applaud in this second instalment is the art design and blend of drawing and CGI to realise the forms and traits of the Angels. They look absolutely stunning. As with 1:11, they are evolved from the originals and their methods of evisceration are almost beautiful -and superbly directed.

The special features are decent too - one of which gives a good insight into the significant differences between the original Japanese script and the translated, localised version.

The classical soundtrack synonymous with the series is updated too with some great results. The atmosphere somehow seems to be a bit more sombre.
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I had a low opinion of the Evangelion franchise before going into this recent 'Rebuild of Evangelion'remake quadrilogy that takes the original anime TV series and revamps and updates it for more modern audiences. Now I have the highest praise for the much hyped franchise, as the first movie in this series, 'You are (not) alone' was a really superb new take on the early goings of the series, but was a tad light on new material for the most part. This second film, subtitled 'You can (not) advance', is a truly phenomenal piece of work that takes the remakes off in an entirely new direction from the original series and features more new story content and material than old this time around, creating something that puts a superb, and in my opinion far superior new slant on the original characters and is a movie that manages to both move and shock in equal measure.

Picking up soon after the first film's climax. 2.22 begins as Eva pilots Shinji Ikari and Rei Ayanami (Who have started to grow closer following the first film's events) are thrown for a loop by the arrival of manic new Eva pilot Asuka Shikanami (Yes, she's had a name change for the remakes) whose bottomless arrogance and open disdain for her comrades causes friction at NERV HQ. But as the EVA pilots live and fight together they begin to find common ground, and as the Angel attacks continue to escalate, a new EVA pilot named Maya arrives in Tokyo 3 under mysterious circumstances, Rei struggles with her growing romantic feelings for Shinji and just when there appears to be a bit of happiness to be found for our protagonists within their horrible, violence filled existences... tragedy strikes...
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