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PostPosted: Mon Mar 22, 2010 5:32 pm 
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I think he said he's now working for Tartan.

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Yup, thats the lot.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 22, 2010 10:47 pm 
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He didn't endear himself too much with the crowd when he implied Ireland was a part of the UK.

Anyway Summer Wars is quite a good family film. Quite funny (especially in the first half of the film). But I can't really see why it's getting so much praise. Don't get me wrong, it's really good but it's not the second coming (perhaps I expected too much or it's that I've crap taste).

Gundam Unicorn episode 1 (or as it kept being referred to as My Little Gundam) was a one hour introduction to a new conflict in the universal century. A teen takes control of mobile suit to save some random girl, and is somehow exceptionally good at beating experienced professional soldiers. Didn't think much of it. I'm getting sick of over angsty teens who are somehow blessed with gods gift in piloting robots. That said the show did have someone getting shot in the face, and it was in HD so it wasn't all bad.

Both Gundam and Summer Wars (indeed everything else the whole weekend) were in subtitles. I'll talk about Eva later.

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 31, 2010 8:16 pm 
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For those of us near London, the Barbican has some more showings:

Death Note Relight: Visions of a God Apr 28th 8:30pm
Summer Wars May 25th 6:15pm
Dante's Inferno May 25th 8:45pm (US/Japanese/Korean film)
King of thorne June 15th 8:30pm

Summer wars is not on sale yet.

All should be in cimena 1, which is good :)

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 31, 2010 9:50 pm 
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Oooo, finally something that might shift me off my butt. SW :D


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About time too :) I'll be going for sure.

That will be a busy week, a wedding on the sat before, expo on the sat after...

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Eva 1 and 2 at the BFI on Fri May 21st. So much for it being in april as Manga said...

1.0
2.0

Booking starts tomorrow. I'm so there!

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They are now accepting bookings from oiks now.

http://www.bfi.org.uk/whatson/calendar/southbank/day/20100521


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More stuff from the BFI:
http://www.bfi.org.uk/whatson/bfi_south ... me_weekend

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Summer wars is now booking.

22nd of May at the BFI
http://www.bfi.org.uk/whatson/summer_wars

25th of May at the Barbican
http://www.barbican.org.uk/film/event-d ... p?ID=10736

It doesn't mention Helen McCarthy but I'm guessing she will intro summer wars at the Barbican.

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Bugger there goes £18 on Evas. :shifty:


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See you there!

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Finally, I've seen Eva 1.11 and 2.0.

First my old man complaint, WAY TOO BLOODY LOUD! Some of the battle scenes in eva 2 were ear bleedingly loud (good, but LOUD).

I'd hate to have seen Eva 1.0, cos 1.11 is pretty sodding gloomy during the 1st battle.

Other than that. :thumb: :thumb:

All very enjoyable and Shinji is still a whiny waste of skin. :lol:

Only problem now, is that it'll be 2-3 sodding years until part 3 comes out over here. :shock:

Also, there's no Cruel Angel Thesis or Fry me to the Moon. :wink:


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You forgot the looney yank who had been awake too long :)

1.11 looked great, it looks like it was from the 4k digital masters. 2.0 was a film master and was scratched to buggery in places. And as Kodamie says they were tooooo loud!!!!

2.0 was a lot different to how I'd expected it to be, a good thing IMO but after 2 films there are a lot of details left un-resolved. I think it confused my little sis a bit.

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There will be a lot of details left unresolved, it was only part 2 of 5.


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