Ranked #929
Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo

Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Evangelion Shin Gekijouban: Kyuu, Rebuild of Evangelion: 3.0, Evangelion: 3.0 Q Quickening, Evangelion 3.33
Japanese: ヱヴァンゲリヲン新劇場版:Q

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Nov 17, 2012
Genres: Action, Mecha, Sci-Fi
Duration: 1 hr. 36 min.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 7.741 (scored by 51551 users)
Ranked: #9292
Popularity: #335
Members: 99,867
Favorites: 382
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Synopsis

14 years after third impact, Ikari Shinji awakens to a world he does not remember. He hasn't aged. Much of Earth is laid in ruins, Nerv has been dismantled, and people who he once protected have turned against him. Befriending the enigmatic Nagisa Kaworu, Shinji continues the fight against the angels and realizes the fighting is far from over, even when it could be against his former allies. The characters' struggles continue amidst the battles against the angels and each other, spiraling down to what could inevitably be the end of the world.

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Ikari, Shinji
Ikari, Shinji
Main
Ogata, Megumi
Japanese
Ogata, Megumi
Nagisa, Kaworu
Nagisa, Kaworu
Main
Ishida, Akira
Japanese
Ishida, Akira
Souryuu, Asuka Langley
Souryuu, Asuka Langley
Supporting
Miyamura, Yuko
Japanese
Miyamura, Yuko
Ayanami, Rei
Ayanami, Rei
Supporting
Hayashibara, Megumi
Japanese
Hayashibara, Megumi

Staff

Anno, Hideaki
Anno, Hideaki
Director, Storyboard, Screenplay, Executive Producer, Creator, Planning, Mechanical Design, Key Animation
Tsurumaki, Kazuya
Tsurumaki, Kazuya
Director, Storyboard, Screenplay
Maeda, Mahiro
Maeda, Mahiro
Director, Storyboard, Screenplay, Key Animation
Masayuki
Masayuki
Director, Storyboard

Opening Theme

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Ending Theme

"Sakura Nagashi (桜流し)" by Hikaru Utada



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Erenle
Apr 29, 2013 8:03 PM
[Spoilers obviously]

I saw Rebuild 3.0 about a month ago, and during that time I didn't think much of it. It was just another movie in the series, and I didn't analyze it to any significant extent. The action was intense, the plot seemed interesting at the time, the animation quality was superb.
Recently however (coinciding with the UTW BD subs release), there has been an influx of discussion posts about 3.0, and I figured that there had to be a reason for such a community reaction to the movie; there must be more to think about. So I went to re-watch the movie again with a read more
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Foggle
Jan 19, 2013 7:07 PM
It’s been over three long years since Studio Khara’s brilliant Evangelion 2.0 graced our unprepared eyeballs and earholes with its fresh and exciting take on the classic anime series. Fans grew antsy and expectations ran higher than ever for this third film in the Rebuild of Evangelion tetralogy to deliver the goods, and Neon Genesis mastermind Hideaki Anno knew he really had to shake things up with the newest installment to keep everyone flocking to theatres and DVD racks in enthusiastic anticipation. And he shook things up alright.

Picking up where part 2 left off, You Can (Not) Redo — or Q Quickening, if you’d rather read more
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mister_deaf
Apr 27, 2013 10:26 AM
Neon Genesis Evangelion is a legendary series which made its First Impact in the anime industry seventeen years ago. Boasting a cast of characters as intricate as the plot itself, Evangelion has earned both pride and glory as one of the pioneering anime series that has garnered massive audiences and acclaim around the world.

But this praise is not without being sullied with controversy.

Indeed, the original Neon Genesis Evangelion adaptation was notoriously known for its unconventional plot, its extensive complexity of drama and its indescribably upending conclusion which had left even those most hardened fans mad with confused outrage. The Rebuild of Evangelion tetralogy of films read more
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FishM_Gabbajow
Sep 14, 2014 1:38 PM
Evangelion 3.0: You Can (Not) Cop Out Harder

This movie. Oh why this movie.
Coming from someone who has seen the series in it's entirety multiple times, I can in fact confirm my verdict on this film without seeing it's successor.

This film is bad. Really bad. "Cop Out" isn't even coming close to describing it. We take all the established material from the previous films and just throw it away, like a used dish sponge.

We change characters without explanation, break canon with no explanation, do stupid things for no reason, and don't even take a second to tell you what you need to know. Now, this may read more
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