Evangelion Movie 3: Q

Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo

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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
English: Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo
German: Evangelion: 3.33 You Can (Not) Redo
Spanish: Evangelion: 3.33 You Can (not) Redo
French: Evangelion: 3.33 You Can (Not) Redo
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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Nov 17, 2012
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Khara
Source: Original
Genres: ActionAction, Award WinningAward Winning, DramaDrama, Sci-FiSci-Fi, SuspenseSuspense
Themes: MechaMecha, PsychologicalPsychological
Duration: 1 hr. 35 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.651 (scored by 268109268,109 users)
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Ranked: #14422
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Popularity: #506
Members: 446,843
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Apr 24, 2013
Ok this is my first review here… and I will try not to put my anger into that review and being objective. First of all forget the previous movies and the anime or the manga… just forget them…

Now lets start with the movie… ok there is some experiment with puppies (or the version I watched had that at the start) ok skipping that bla bla bla part. The movie … starts shhhhh …. WHOOAAA DROOLS that animation I want more. Well and pretty much from that point and onwards the movie turns 180 degree and waves at you its middle finger about anything else ...
Aug 17, 2015
This is my first review and I feel that this is an appropriate movie to review first because of its (i feel) incredibly skewed MAL reviews that might turn viewers off.

First of all let's get the basics out of the way:
Art and Sound were both amazing, and you shouldn't expect less from something that has as much budget as this movie did. Utada Hikaru's "Sakura Nagashi" is no doubt the highlight of the soundtrack, and you should definitely not skip the credits because of it.

Now for the messy stuff:
First of all, I am not an old Evangelion fan like many people are. People seem to ...
Sep 2, 2013
Based off the two previous Rebuild of Evangelion movies, 3.0 takes the cake for being the movie that really sets Evangelion in a much radical and different direction that's foreign to even the most hardcore Evangelion fans. Arguably, Evangelion 3.0 is a step closer in the direction of a much more darker Rebuild movie that is almost on the levels of its original roots from Neon Genesis Evangelion. Evangelion 1.0 was merely a summary of the events of the first half of Neon Genesis Evangelion, while Evangelion 2.0 offers a gradual diverge from the original series and ended on an optimistic note. With 3.0, it's ...
Oct 20, 2016
I liked the first two rebuild movies, I really did. I gave both of them an 8/10 and while the second movie was a little lower on that spectrum, It came through in the end by fully realizing my absolute favorite angel battle of the old TV series, it was really that awesome. And boy was all of those angel fights just wonderful! Absolute splendors to behold, at least all the ones they focused on which is the reason I say 2.0 is a low 8, but boy did it set me up for the 3rd movie! I'd get to see shinji get turned into ...
Apr 28, 2013
Mixed Feelings
Considering the cult following of Evangelion, this review is more from an objective point of view. It will be short and brief with as little spoilers as I can possibly make it.

This movie seems to almost discount what happened in the first two movies and the viewer is left completely in the dark as to what's going on. Nothing seems to make sense and it begs for another movie. (Reminds me of the second Pirates of the Caribbean movie, lots of action, no idea what's going on, gotta wait till the next one)

Amazing (as expected from a big budget and a ridiculous ...
Jan 19, 2014
Being an avid fan of the original 1995 Evangelion series, I had high expectations for the remakes. Some may say that Anno's taste is eclectic, but deep in far reaches of my soul I was able to connect with the intensity of scenes that seemingly made little artistic sense. Eva 1.0 and 2.0 served as good recaps after over 14 years, and the deviations were welcomed as an attempt to recapture a modern imbecilic audience that had not feasted their eyes on the 1995-1996 masterpieces. However, Eva 3.0, was just pure shit.

The story made little to no sense. The progression was unclear, and the time ...
May 14, 2013
Mixed Feelings
Wow the Evangelion Rebuild Duology was awesome, right guys? What an ending! Kaworu piercing Unit 1 with the lance of longinus, preventing the third impact and saving the world for good. Full credit should go to the writers for ending the series in a way that satisfied everyone this time.

For some reason some people have started trolling us by pretending that a 3rd film for the series has been released called "Evangelion 3.0 You can (not) redo" But I can confirm this is all lies. It was a two film series that ended.

Repeat after me everyone: "There was no Eva 3.0, There was ...
Oct 24, 2021
Quite possibly one of the worst Anime Films that I have ever seen. And I don't think it would be an exaggeration to say so. While I'm sure there are other Films in the Anime Medium that are far worse, judging from what I've seen - this is the absolute worst so far.

Its position in the Evangelion Franchise is confusing. As even people who liked the more campy/bombastic bad Michael Bay esq. parody movies like Evangelion 2.0 cannot defend this in terms of its entertainment value. The only thing that gets people to defend this garbage project is rabid-fanboyism.

Contrary to popular belief, this film is ...
Apr 6, 2021
I'll preempt this by expositing my relationship with Eva. I watched the series for the first time this year, and didn't like it all that much. I watched EoE, and thought the same. Most of my interaction is through reading various fanfictions for it. That was mostly why I bothered to watch Rebuild—I like the fanfic, and 4.0 just came out.

I really liked 1.0. Much of what I disliked about the original was the characters, and how nonsensical many of the plans were. 1.0 fixed many of these problems, in my opinion, as well as looking excellent and having a soundtrack to match.

2.0 continued the ...
Apr 27, 2013


Taglines suited for a Mel Brooks treatment of anime's headiest mecha drama, but oddly apt as well in the case of Evangelion 3.33 You Can (Not) Redo (I didn't have the pleasure of a theatrical screening of 3.0), which jetisons generally familiar stomping ground to weave a new story. That it has been paired with a live action/CGI Studio Ghibli short which fits neatly into Nausicaa continuity is particularly curious, as one might expect such a short to be more controversial by the nature of its medium. But Evangelion is not a production ...
Apr 27, 2013
For those who aren't aware of what the Rebuild of Evangelion series is about, it's pretty much the Neon Genesis Evangelion series with changes there and there and an ending that's promised not to be a complete failure. Also it gives eyegasms and eargasms to any person that watches this movies, which is expected for an anime that has such a big budget. But does You Can (Not) Redo live up to the hype that the outstanding You Can (Not) Advance set for the audience? The answer is well, rather difficult to say.

Fourteen years have passed since the last movie, which had a very strange ...
Apr 27, 2013
Mixed Feelings
I'll be honest here, the first time i watched NGE a month ago, I bought the concept of 'Neon Genesis' of the world brought through Evangelion units and thought it was pretty damn cool, but after plowing through the whole series, End of Evangelion, and then THIS, It left a pretty bad taste in my mouth.

First, the story is haphazardly paced, but i think that was obvious from the way they handled the final fight in 2.0 - so go figure. The movie makes VERY little attempt to bridge the gap between the abrupt ending where Shinji gets speared with the Longinus by Kaworu ...
Aug 4, 2015
Mixed Feelings
The story is ok and plot holes for our cash for next movie but the most thing i hate is the art but animation is really good though but it seems they rely on cgi way too much in the movie. The character design and looks aren't good it look like your typical mainstream modern look which doesn't fit well because of the sharp edge look design and also character exsperesion look cartoony like i can't even tell if its drama or comedy like asuka giving a corny piss off face look. Its like star war episode 3 revenge of the sith were story is ...
Jun 23, 2016
Important note before read: English is not my native language.

This review can contain spoilers.

As somebody who enjoyed the original anime of NGE, I must say that the tetralogy of Rebuild had potential to show us a different way that the original anime may have taken in 1995 but it couldn't because of Gainax's bankruptcy situation in those years as NGE was going to be their last work. But, thanks to many people who supported the franchise with the summary movie Death and Rebirth, Gainax was saved and produced The End of Evangelion which answered some questions that the anime left unanswered and, why not? it ...
Feb 2, 2013
Mixed Feelings
Now, since this movie hasn't been seen by a lot of people, I going to keep my review somewhat vague. Let's just say I was disappointed. After seeing the masterpiece that was 2.0, I was expecting a lot from 3.0, and boy was I let down! For the story, its been 14 years since the events that happened at the end of 2.0 and a LOT has changed. I'm not going to spoil it but let's just say that for how much has changed, not a lot really happens in this installment, and it seems to be almost like the filler movie of the series. ...
May 19, 2013
The third movie in the Rebuild of Evangelion quartet does not disappoint. Being the penultimate film does not cause it to flounder in any way, as is common in series longer than 3 installments. The fourth film is set up nicely while providing an exciting and well made story.

The animation, as with the previous 2 films, is gorgeous. Even if you are not a fan of the Evangelion series, you should watch these films just to appreciate how beautiful they are. One of my favorite things about these, which occurs again here, is how animation is to its fullest extent in ways live action could ...
Apr 22, 2021
I have a hard time writing reviews for things I particularly enjoyed, as I fear I would be doing them a disservice, but I'm going to attempt to review this movie anyway.
Many people have criticized the third Evangelion movie as being far removed from the original series. Respectfully, I would agree to disagree. The second movie has almost nothing to do with canon, yet is the highest rated media from the franchise. Regardless of it's intention, I did not enjoy the non-canon fanservice trash that was the second rebuild movie, and I will die on that hill. I am told the first is supposed to ...
Nov 14, 2017
Evangelion 3.0 is basically "Evangelion 2.0 2.0: The Nonsense and Disillusionment Continues."

I don't know what generically bad anime trope the movie attempts to implement at the beginning, but it's cringy. Shinji wakes up with amnesia, Asuka has an eye patch for no reason, Rei is more lifeless than ever, and Misato is needlessly angry. All the characters are effectively murdered. Let me put it this way. Kaworu was the character from the series with the least exposition and camera time. He's pretty much the main character of this movie, and he's still WORSE here. It takes effort to be this bad.

The plot: Evangelion ...
Feb 2, 2016
Mixed Feelings
Evangelion 3.33 You Can (Not) Redo Review

Story (2/10) Dreadful

The story in 3.33 is huh... well let's just say it's not as bad as the end of the original Evangelion where all that insane inside mentality montage of shinji's brain was played for us for a dreadfully long and confusing time to conclude it's story but this doesn't fall too far from the tree. The story does begin with a time-skip which in this case can be looked at as a bad thing seeing that the pacing of the first two movies in my opinion were quite well put together. So when you start off with ...
Sep 5, 2013
Mixed Feelings
I am not a giant Evangelion fan. I've seen the TV series and have noticed moments of brilliance, but I was in some ways annoyed with the finished product (especially towards the end). My biggest problem was that the characters were not very likable. They were complex yes, but I didn't feel very connected to Shinji, Asuka, Rae, etc. They seemed to fundamentally lack any sense of pro-activity. Much of the plot consisted of their reactions rather than their actions.

That's not important however, and I only bring this up to clarify my surprise at Evangelion: 2.0, which did something I hadn't expected: It completely won ...