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There are only 6 know members of SEELE at the beginning, where did the others magically come out of is the real question?
As an aside, what do you think of the Rebuild movies?
I would argue, as a side point, that some of the best episodes of Star Trek communicate their message in a far, far better way than Eva doesI'd like to see some examples, because the cinematography and soundtracks in Star Trek have always been incredibly generic. I all the years I've watched it, I don't think I ever once thought anything like "Wow, that was an amazingly put-together scene." The acting is average for the most part, and never once was Star Trek (in any non-movie iteration) ever able to elicit a strong emotion in me. Suffice to say, I'm dubious. ^_~
I would argue, as a side point, that some of the best episodes of Star Trek communicate their message in a far, far better way than Eva does
As an aside, what do you think of the Rebuild movies?Did not watch yet.
As an aside, what do you think of the Rebuild movies?Did not watch yet.Personally I love the first rebuild movie 'Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone' it was nice to see some very very minor things that I noticed about the show put in and explained, but most of all i love that over half the movie is dedicated to the 5th angel Ramiel. Ramiel in the T.V. show was a box/diamond, but now it is a multi-dimensional fortress.
I really like about half of Evangelion and really hate the other half.
I can only think with amusement about the amount of... self masturbation that goes on over Eva even to this day and at times it annoys me so.You could say the same thing about Hamlet. In fact, since anime fandom is such a tiny thing, you could say it a thousand times moreover about Hamlet. Does it annoy you that people endlessly dissect Hamlet? Isn't there somethingtoa work that draws continual attention, analysis, and discussion?
I can only think with amusement about the amount of... self masturbation that goes on over Eva even to this day and at times it annoys me so.
What half don't you like and why?
I just feel that Eva could have been the most awesome robot show instead of a "what it means to be human" show.
How can you reconcile your comments 'people who dislike it don't get it' and 'maybe you don't like it, but that doesn't mean its bad?'If most people who dislike it didn't get the point, I would say that it did not communicate its point effectively, and that is a sign of being bad. It's not the viewer's responsibility to go out of their way to watch movies, read interviews, etc, just to be able to understand a show either. It should stand on its own.