Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance

Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance

Under constant attack by monstrous creatures called Angels that seek to eradicate humankind, U.N. Special Agency NERV introduces two new EVA pilots to help defend the city of Tokyo-3: the mysterious Makinami Mari Illustrous and the intense Asuka Langley Shikinami. Meanwhile, Gendo Ikari and SEELE proceed with a secret project that involves both Rei and Shinji. The film was retitled "Evangelion: 2.22" for its DVD/Blu-Ray release.

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Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance torrent reviews

Matthew S (ca) wrote: The follow-up film seemed to harbor less hard feelings toward GM, now that all the big auto makers have EVs. It's a great lesson on environmental economics with many wonderful personalities like Bob Lutz, revealing that there are still many lessons to be learned.

MattChu P (nl) wrote: Top 5 best musicals ever!

Jamie W (br) wrote: Bit of a sticker but ok overall

Nina K (gb) wrote: Michael Sheen at his best

Stacy K (mx) wrote: Harsh reality that most can't imagine even after watching the movie.

Elliott N (fr) wrote: A very good movie if you are an Elvis fan..............

Dean M (kr) wrote: Incomprehensible, confusing talker about a hitman who killed a Communist soldier in Hong Kong.

Christopher H (kr) wrote: Silly but enjoyable escapist sci-fi action and by far Roland Emmerich's best film. The big highlights are the awesome special effects and set designs, but I also find the world-building and imaginative genre-mashing (science fiction + action + biblical epic = Stargate) just as compelling. Plus I love the off-kilter chemistry between James Spader and Kurt Russell. I can't help but smile when Kurt Russell utters "Give my regards to King Tut asshole!!" It's a shame Roland Emmerich never returned to the Stargate universe, this film was supposed to be the first in a planned trilogy but Emmerich abandoned it in favor of making "Independence Day", but at least we got the long-running TV show.

Rinaldi A (kr) wrote: "Miyamoto Musashi" (1955): by Hiroshi Inagaki, starring Torshiro Mifune. This is an EPIC story of one man who sets out to travel far and wide throughout the land and himself in search of his identity and purpose. It has something of the feel of Herman Hesse's book "Siddhartha", but with Samurai battle scenes? (no, it is NOT a silly martial arts film). Having won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Film of 1955, this is 97 minutes of serious life dramas, with the priorities being Japanese, of course. One must think that with less than a decade having passed since Japan's defeat in WWII, this film's considerations (set in the 16th century) - about identity, goals, love, war, status, and true purpose - were nearly unavoidable. Beautiful photography, good color (considering the era), music that occasionally over-swelled the scene, believable sets, and again, a serious story line, make this one worth seeing. This will sound odd, but I found lots of parallels to the early Marlon Brando film, "The Wild One'". Feel free to disagree.

Brad S (mx) wrote: This is such a good film that I hadn't seen in years. Hackman is great and Dafoe is good as well, and an excellent supporting cast with Frances McDormand, R.Lee Ermey, and Michael Rooker. This film is a must watch in my opinion!

Iain B (au) wrote: more Australian shitness, 10 mins binned