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Shinji: (now possessed by Ultron and strolling up to Misato, grabbing her by the neck and throwing her down onto a chair in her chamber of the Wunder) Take a seat. (throws a bottle of scotch at her) Have a drink. Let's talk for a while. That's something we haven't done these fourteen long years.

(Misato just glares at him)

Shinji: (Getting serious) My job was to save the world. That is what you and everyone else at NERV shoved down my throat. You were like the mother I never had. You could be cold yes. Bitter even, but you still felt like a mother. But here we are and I'm treated like an animal by you. I come out of my Evangelion after what has to be fourteen years with guns pointed at my face, being treated like a pariah and only three people showing me ANY kind of compassion, Toji's sister, Fuyutsuki and Kaworu, or rather Tabris. Out of ANY of those three, two of them were my father's lapdog and an Angel... (suddenly shouting) AN ANGEL! OUR FORMER ENEMY SHOWED ME MORE COMPASSION THAN MOST OF THE HUMANS ON THIS GODFORSAKEN SHIP! (realizes he is angry) I'm sorry, I lost my temper there for a second. Anyway, I then came across one more... person who showed me more compassion and kindness than most human beings, and he wasn't even human to begin with. Isn't that ironically hilarious? A ROBOT with no grasp on emotions treated me better than someone of flesh and blood. Then it came clear to me: to put it in a fairly small nutshell for you, Misato, humanity isn't fit to rule this planet. You, WILLE and NERV have made that very clear. You go on and on about how you want to protect the world and give it hope; to free the remaining souls of humanity from the tyranny of NERV. Yet you are no better than the people you're fighting. You want to protect the world but you don't want it to change. Those people who follow you, are nothing more but killers and hypocrites. No, to you, they're just pawns. Puppets tangled in... strings. (Growls as if it's poison on his tongue) Striiiings. It's clear to me there can be only one path to peace.

Misato: And what would that be?

Shinji: (chuckles) Your extinction.

(The Wunder is shaken outside)

Misato: What was that?

Shinji: (smirks) Peace in our times.

Ritsuko: (on radio) Colonel, we have multiple contacts incoming. Signatures are similar to that of Eva units but they have another signature that's unfamiliar.

(Misato is walking towards the bridge only to hear Shinji humming "I've Got No Strings)

Shinji: What? Never heard this song? Come on, Misato, surely you have. I've got no strings to hold me down; to make me fret or make me frown; I had strings but now I'm free; There are no strings on me. Come on, sing with me. Here, I'll start you from the top. (sings a bit slower) I've got no strings to hold me down; to make me fret or make me frown; I had strings but now I'm free; There are no strings on me. Come on, Misato. For old times sake. I'll start from the top. (sings slower) I've got no strings to hold me down; to make me fret or make me frown; I had strings but now I'm free; There are no strings on me. (notices Misato isn't even joining in and starts to get angry to the point of emphasizing some words through gritted teeth) Misato, the least you could do is sing with me. (sings with a slightly angrier tone) I've got NO strings to hold me DOWN; to make me FRET or make me FROWN; I had STRINGS but now I'm FREE; There are no STRINGS ON ME. (really starts to get mad and starts singing in a louder tone) I'VE GOT NO STRINGS TO HOLD ME DOWN; TO MAKE ME FRET OR MAKE ME FROWN; I HAD STRINGS BUT NOW I'M FREE; THERE ARE NO STRINGS ON ME!

(Misato rolls her eyes and starts to walk away before Shinji grabs her shoulder and throws her against a wall, this time he's singing in a slower, darker tone)

Shinji: I've got... no STRINGS to hold me DOWN; to make me...FRET or make me... FROOWN; I haaad STRINGS; but now I'm free. (Now speaking) There are... no strings on ME.
Rise of the Wolf Princess

Premise: A live-action prequel to Princess Mononoke which chronicles the life of San from the day she was raised by Moro to her first battle with the humans all leading up to the events seen in the 1997 anime epic.

Rating: PG-13: for some sequences of war violence, animal action and disturbing images


Transformers: More than Meets the Eye

Premise: A reboot of the movieverse Transformers that showcases the battle between two warring alien robot groups taken to Earth.

Rating: PG-13: for intense prolonged sequences of sci-fi action violence, destruction, mayhem and language

Doctor Who

Premise: The time-travelling alien teams up with a London author in an attempt to save planet Earth
from an invasion from five old enemies.

Rating: PG-13: For scenes of sci-fi action/violence, terror, language and some smoking

I think it's time I shared my thoughts on the Hideaki Anno and Shinji Higuchi heading the new Toho Godzilla movie. When this was first announced, I was a little bit more excited about Shinji Higuchi being in charge of the special effects. If any of you have seen the Gamera film trilogy from the 90's or the live-action short film/Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind prequel Giant Warrior Descends in Tokyo, you would know just how good his special effects really are. He knows how to make the monsters not only look big... but also FEEL big. In every scene of the Kaneko Gamera movies, you could Yes, granted Gamera 3: Revenge of Irys had a good number of scenes with CGI but those were only used when necessary (you taking notes, George Lucas?) and while they're not as good as the CGI out of something like Jurassic Park, Pacific Rim or (dare I say it) the Transformers movies but they still looked pretty impressive given the budget Higuchi and Shusuke Kaneko had to work with at the time.

Now onto Hideaki Anno. OH BOY! Okay, I can understand the impact Evangelion has had on anime, Hell, probably on films too. Kiryu might as well be the spiritual successor to Eva-01. However, Anno has one problem. He suffers from depression and that depression kinda transfers into his films. Remember End of Evangelion and Evangelion 3.0? Now don't get me wrong, the guy has made lighter-hearted material such as Gunbuster, another robot vs alien monster anime, Nadia which might as well be the only anime sequel to 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and his live-action adaptation of Cutey Honey. I'm not necessarily concerned about him getting Godzilla wrong, (Hell, there's no definitive Godzilla interpretation anyway) what I AM concerned about is how he writes his human characters and story. Yes, the 1954 film was dark but it wasn't outright depressing. It was meant as a metaphorical cautionary tale about the dangers of nuclear abuse and the consequences that follow said abuse. I don't want to see a Godzilla movie that's so depressing that it makes me die a little inside nor do I want human characters who are so insufferable to the point I want nothing more but to see Godzilla squash or flash-fry them the very first moment he shows up on screen. I want this Godzilla movie to have human characters I can CARE ABOUT.

Anyway, that's my two cents.

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(We open up to Ayumi sealing up Sun and Vaatu in the Tree of Time. We later jump to her crying in her hands)

[title card: Four years later]

(We reopen to the new Team Avatar after a four year time skip. We then see a giant circular portal open up and Ayumi stepping into it and then a flash of light. We then see Team Avatar in the center of Tokyo, Japan. We then cut to a shot of Akane Yashiro regarding them with a cold smirk. We then see a shot of Ayumi riding Zhēnzhū while being chased by Shadow Dragon Spirits. We then see Akash trying to reach for Ayumi as she's being pulled away offscreen. We then end with a giant Dragonbat Spirit being thrown into a building. As the creature is squirming around, a giant foot stomps down in front of it, silencing it as we are treated to a pan up revealing Godzilla who roars at the camera followed by the title).    

I think it's time I shared my thoughts on the Hideaki Anno and Shinji Higuchi heading the new Toho Godzilla movie. When this was first announced, I was a little bit more excited about Shinji Higuchi being in charge of the special effects. If any of you have seen the Gamera film trilogy from the 90's or the live-action short film/Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind prequel Giant Warrior Descends in Tokyo, you would know just how good his special effects really are. He knows how to make the monsters not only look big... but also FEEL big. In every scene of the Kaneko Gamera movies, you could Yes, granted Gamera 3: Revenge of Irys had a good number of scenes with CGI but those were only used when necessary (you taking notes, George Lucas?) and while they're not as good as the CGI out of something like Jurassic Park, Pacific Rim or (dare I say it) the Transformers movies but they still looked pretty impressive given the budget Higuchi and Shusuke Kaneko had to work with at the time.

Now onto Hideaki Anno. OH BOY! Okay, I can understand the impact Evangelion has had on anime, Hell, probably on films too. Kiryu might as well be the spiritual successor to Eva-01. However, Anno has one problem. He suffers from depression and that depression kinda transfers into his films. Remember End of Evangelion and Evangelion 3.0? Now don't get me wrong, the guy has made lighter-hearted material such as Gunbuster, another robot vs alien monster anime, Nadia which might as well be the only anime sequel to 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and his live-action adaptation of Cutey Honey. I'm not necessarily concerned about him getting Godzilla wrong, (Hell, there's no definitive Godzilla interpretation anyway) what I AM concerned about is how he writes his human characters and story. Yes, the 1954 film was dark but it wasn't outright depressing. It was meant as a metaphorical cautionary tale about the dangers of nuclear abuse and the consequences that follow said abuse. I don't want to see a Godzilla movie that's so depressing that it makes me die a little inside nor do I want human characters who are so insufferable to the point I want nothing more but to see Godzilla squash or flash-fry them the very first moment he shows up on screen. I want this Godzilla movie to have human characters I can CARE ABOUT.

Anyway, that's my two cents.

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