Evangelion 1.0: You Are (Not) Alone — Anime Movie

September 20, 2009 at 11:00 pm | Posted in Movies | 3 Comments
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https://i2.wp.com/i851.photobucket.com/albums/ab77/nyaronchan/blog/2.jpgOkay, so I’ve never seen Eva, merely heard of it (lol who hasn’t, amirite?), but since a group from my anime club was going up, I figured ‘Ah why not?’ and headed up to NYC to see it as well. Great fun trip really, but that’s not what matters here, the movie is what’s important. I’m kinda speechless it was that good, so I’m going to be a girl of few words for this post.

A remake of the beginning of the Evangelion series, which of course I haven’t seen so this was all new to me, but anyways, it was freaking amazing. To be honest, that’s all I can really say. Since the plot itself was all new to me, it was also a matter of being in awe at the story. I have to say there were parts where it just, oh goodness, captured me so much. Very nice.

As a side, lol related, note, there was, like, a little kid in the theater. lol wat. That kid should not have been there. xD

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  1. I think of the first Eva movie as the way the original series should’ve been done years ago. The original Eva series was one of the first anime I watched and seeing the first movie was a treat.

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