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Dec 29, 2016 3:44 AM

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As expected from the Steins;Gate, movie was excellent.
Damn these feels.
 
Dec 30, 2016 6:50 PM

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O M G
Such an epic movie.
Steins;Gate never ceases to take your breath away.
Just outstanding
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Jan 16, 2017 1:57 AM

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Amazing Movie 9/10
 
Jan 28, 2017 7:59 AM
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It was an awesome movie and the kiss scene was good i fell it was a little Short.

for me it was an 10/10.
 
Mar 10, 2017 12:12 PM

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maaaaaaaaan this was the definition of meeeeeeeeeeh
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Mar 11, 2017 1:29 PM

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I take my hat off. This is truly a masterpiece.
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Mar 21, 2017 1:07 AM

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Aaawww, I liked this movie! 9/10

Man, it was so depressing to see Okabe in the R Line World all alone without a single other soul. He was just sitting there by himself in the middle of the street. Everyone give Okarin all your virtual hugs ;A;

I'm glad Kurisu saved him and that she was his first kiss -^__^- cuties <3

I wish they made a movie starring Suzuha in her own world where she was a soldier fighting and escaping from SERN. Then at the end, it shows how she ends up at the original World Line Okarin started in at the beginning of the anime. That would've been amazinggggg!
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Mar 30, 2017 8:47 AM

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fantastic 10/10, gonna a write a review.
 
May 15, 2017 10:26 AM

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man what an amazing roller coster and the op song and the ed song is so good plus the gate of steiner ost man i love it so much . i wonder if the steins gate 0 will be adapted in the future .
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Jun 16, 2017 9:29 AM

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if he gets hit by a car in 30/06/2005 then wouldn't that mean the scene where he hugged mayori isn't there anymore ? wouldn't that make the emotional scene that mayori talked about not exist and that it would change the world a lot ?
 
Jun 16, 2017 1:25 PM

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if he gets hit by a car in 30/06/2005 then wouldn't that mean the scene where he hugged mayori isn't there anymore ? wouldn't that make the emotional scene that mayori talked about not exist and that it would change the world a lot ?

Note that the movie isn't canon so a lot of stuff in it doesn't make much sense to the original. Take it more of a character progression story that builds more on the connection between Okabe and Kurisu than actual continuation.
Although no, that doesn't stop Okabe from caring about Mayuri.
 
Jun 16, 2017 1:48 PM

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Aquamirror said:
Mezo-RPWPA said:
if he gets hit by a car in 30/06/2005 then wouldn't that mean the scene where he hugged mayori isn't there anymore ? wouldn't that make the emotional scene that mayori talked about not exist and that it would change the world a lot ?

Note that the movie isn't canon so a lot of stuff in it doesn't make much sense to the original. Take it more of a character progression story that builds more on the connection between Okabe and Kurisu than actual continuation.
Although no, that doesn't stop Okabe from caring about Mayuri.




i didn't know that it wasn't cannon so thanks for clearing that up , so did the studio make it on it's own without going back to the main author ?
anyway yes, he cares about her but that important scene doesn't happen at that time so even kristina shouldn't remember it as she forgets those stuff when she resets her world , but yeah that may happen later or he may comfort mayoshi any other time so i guess that doesn't make it a big flow in the story i guess
 
Jun 16, 2017 2:00 PM

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Mezo-RPWPA said:
i didn't know that it wasn't cannon so thanks for clearing that up , so did the studio make it on it's own without going back to the main author ?

Yes, that's correct. It's a new original story not from the actual creators.
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anyway yes, he cares about her but that important scene doesn't happen at that time so even kristina shouldn't remember it as she forgets those stuff when she resets her world , but yeah that may happen later or he may comfort mayoshi any other time so i guess that doesn't make it a big flow in the story i guess

If going by canon logic, all these changes in the past should have diverted the wordline from Steins Gate which would defeat the whole point of the series, so yeah, don't think much about time travel effects here. That doesn't necessarily make it an unenjoyable movie though.
 
Jun 16, 2017 2:28 PM

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Aquamirror said:
Mezo-RPWPA said:
i didn't know that it wasn't cannon so thanks for clearing that up , so did the studio make it on it's own without going back to the main author ?

Yes, that's correct. It's a new original story not from the actual creators.
Mezo-RPWPA said:
anyway yes, he cares about her but that important scene doesn't happen at that time so even kristina shouldn't remember it as she forgets those stuff when she resets her world , but yeah that may happen later or he may comfort mayoshi any other time so i guess that doesn't make it a big flow in the story i guess

If going by canon logic, all these changes in the past should have diverted the wordline from Steins Gate which would defeat the whole point of the series, so yeah, don't think much about time travel effects here. That doesn't necessarily make it an unenjoyable movie though.


ok i guess i shouldn't really think much about it which is difficult to do but this is kinda disappointing that this original was much simpler to understand than the series
 
Jul 3, 2017 12:11 PM
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omg the ending was stupendous ,never expected much after being little disappointed with the ova, but it surpassed my expectations.The plot wasn't air tighted like the oscillation of okabe in the R and steins gate w.line,or how he attained the personality of kyouma in other timelines but it was emotionally draining and raised the bar so high that i wont be able to take the essence of any other anime without comparing it to SG.Need some time to cool off lol before picking any other series.Arigato SG for such a wonderful experience
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Aug 29, 2017 8:03 AM
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Everything was good apart from the ever annoying modern tsundere Christina. It's supposed to be after the VN and the end of it all, and still they couldn't give her a bit of a loving word towards Okabe.

He's certainly going to have a tough time getting any sex out of her!
 
Aug 31, 2017 11:47 AM

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Everything was good apart from the ever annoying modern tsundere Christina. It's supposed to be after the VN and the end of it all, and still they couldn't give her a bit of a loving word towards Okabe.


Movie is not canon. VN as source material ended on ep24.
 
Dec 14, 2017 2:57 PM

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It was good an the writer did a marvelous job in making this one but the series is still better. This time it was Kurisu's turn to save Okabe but she did alright but I hated her indecisive nature ( too much of a Tsundere), I still say her relationship is no no because they are not honest with each other and also they too different. But I liked the movie's plot and all those deja vu moments, but it was strange Mayuri wasn't the most person to remember Okabe since they were so close. I guess they just went with the Kurisu route since she was perfect for the role.

Anyway 7/10.
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Mar 17, 2018 3:52 AM

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Wow, I didn't expect to rate this movie high. The first half was a bit boring but later this was so emotional, It made me cry, but I didn't. I watch this movie as the Steins;Gate 0 is near. Overall 9/10.
 
Mar 28, 2018 12:53 PM

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This was quite the feels trip.

Definitely a great movie and more romance oriented than the TV series, which I liked.
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Mar 29, 2018 7:42 PM

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Those last 20 minutes were an insult to the original magnum opus.
The first 110 minutes were just needlessly there.
This movie is a mistake.

It was decently entertaining, though. It's what usually matters the most for me, but I handle Steins; Gate with such care I can't just ignore this movie and pretend it didn't destroy what the prequel built.
 
Mar 30, 2018 7:03 AM

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Those last 20 minutes were an insult to the original magnum opus.
The first 110 minutes were just needlessly there.
This movie is a mistake.

It was decently entertaining, though. It's what usually matters the most for me, but I handle Steins; Gate with such care I can't just ignore this movie and pretend it didn't destroy what the prequel built.

It's not canon and not made by the original creators.. so yeah. At least the interactions between the characters were good enough.
 
Apr 11, 2018 4:05 AM

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Well that was disappointing :(

I enjoyed it up until a bit after Okabe disappeared.
 
Apr 12, 2018 8:02 PM

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In a sense, nothing really changed. At the end they're together and happy again. I thought it was an okay movie overall, but the status quo didn't change. So in that sense, it can be argued that there was really no point to this film.

It's more about the journey than the destination I guess, but the journey wasn't the most interesting either.
Oh, well. At least Kurisu was so damn cute. Especially while she was drunk.
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Apr 14, 2018 4:28 AM
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The film speaks for itself. Its a big deja vu with Kurisu being the one who time travels.


Liked the story and it was refreshing experience to see Okabe and friends once again.
 
Apr 20, 2018 5:49 PM

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Oops, forgot this was a thing until 0 started... fixed!

Cool... Christina is the main in this one.
Fun movie, but never really got "epic."

7/10 (good, same as the rest)
 
May 7, 2018 8:26 AM

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A decent addition to the series. And it was better.
For me it is:
1. S;G (Movie) / Robotics;Notes
2. Chaos;Head
3. S;G (Series)

I liked how Kurisu got to know a bit more about the time travel stuff. She is more intelligent than Okarin. With heir being more involved in the series I might have enjoyed the series more.

I scored all the above with 7/10 (all had their own and different weaknesses and bad parts) without ever having read the VNs.
 
May 13, 2018 12:47 AM
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Slightly confusing but still, this movie was well written.
The rollercoaster of emotions was present throughout this movie, especially the day before Okabe "disappears" and he has his little moment with Kurisu
The explanation for "reading Steiner" was alright, but when Okabe randomly disappeared I was confused, though he decided to randomly ran off.
Heckle was here...
 
May 17, 2018 4:02 PM
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So I finally watched it and don't know what to think. This would be a great movie if it wasn't Steins;Gate. But as a Steins;Gate sequel it is absulutely terrible. One of the best part of Steins;Gate was that it was a really well though out time travel story with very little plot holes and interesting time travel mechanics. But this movie not only was a total mess, if we accept what's happening here it ruins the entire series. Not to mention that the whole point of Steins Gate worldline was that no time travel EVER exists.

I'm going to watch S;G 0 now. It could be great, but now I'm afraid they'll do some stupid things with the plot like in this movie...
 
May 18, 2018 7:42 AM

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So I finally watched it and don't know what to think. This would be a great movie if it wasn't Steins;Gate. But as a Steins;Gate sequel it is absulutely terrible. One of the best part of Steins;Gate was that it was a really well though out time travel story with very little plot holes and interesting time travel mechanics. But this movie not only was a total mess, if we accept what's happening here it ruins the entire series. Not to mention that the whole point of Steins Gate worldline was that no time travel EVER exists.

I'm going to watch S;G 0 now. It could be great, but now I'm afraid they'll do some stupid things with the plot like in this movie...

Don't worry. The movie was written by different people and it's not considered canon.
I can assure you S;G 0 still follows the established mechanics and rules rock solid.
 
Sep 26, 2018 6:20 PM

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From a series standpoint, I don't really think this movie was necessary in any way. I was left mildly confused on how Makise going back in time changed anything in any way from the original timeline. But regardless, i'm still left with the impression that i could have just as easily continued to ignore this movie as I did for several years already and not really miss out on anything.

As a movie, it was a good watch in general.

Hopefully at least Steins;Gate 0 sounds like I shouldn't be left with this impression.


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Oct 18, 2018 4:32 AM
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Ok ,, this is the world when okabe rintaro is doesnt exist,, and take the perspective of makise kurisu,, and finaly she know what okabe feel about the failure to save the pecious people you know,, and keep try again and again ,,
 
Oct 18, 2018 7:48 AM
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after watching this movie i realize bthat the one who made tha hououin Kyouma is kurisu who back to the past and make the great memories with okabe to save him,,
good anime
 
Oct 27, 2018 12:36 PM

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For those who want to go further, there is a Drama CD "A Posteriori Existence" where Kurisu couldn't save Okabe

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CEo4IsxRZ0k (with english subtitles)
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Dec 8, 2018 1:35 AM
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So many feels! We also get the reason behind Okabe's mad scientist persona.
 
Dec 25, 2018 9:39 AM

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Alright, this movie happen a year after episode 25 OVA! So this movie is the REAL ENDING!

First of all, the OP was nice, but the ED was so beautiful *cries*
It sounds so nostalgic, and it will for me in the future IRL. As expected from Steins; Gate!

-Daru's photoshopped face is on point! That was funny!
-Killer Nae!? That little critter! Something from the Visual Novel I presume...


The BBQ that the lab members along with Nae and the Manager are the kinds of event that I love to see for them. Joyful moments with lovely people! Okabe was overwhelmed by drunk Kurisu XD

Dejavu is another form of reading Steiner huh. That explains why characters kept remembering their memories from other worldlines both in the TV-series and in this movie. The fact that every human has some form of Reading Steiner ability also explains why Kurisu remembers Okabe, even if only a little bit in this movie.

And so because of the many powerful memories Okabe experiences on many various world lines, his mind can't tell the difference between those worldlines to this perfect Steins; Gate worldline? And because of that, he is bound to an R-worldline! Effectively erasing his existence from the Steins; Gate worldline, and thus also erasing anyone's memories of him! Man, this was a price to pay for saving both Kurisu and Mayuri... I was so shocked seeing Okabe just disappear! And also so worried. After much efforts from Okabe to get to this perfect Steins; Gate worldline, Okabe himself just got erased from existence.
However, OH, how glad I was to hear that Okabe can be saved if Kurisu manages to give him a memory that allows Okabe to differentiate the other worldlines to this one.
This memory turns out to be the memory of Okabe with Mayuri in the grave. I just love how that flashback is integrated into this movie's story!

The persona of Hououin Kyouma was actually from Kurisu then?! But then, who made up the name of Hououin Kyouma? It's neither Okabe nor Kurisu! HOWEVER!!! This is a NOT paradox! If I remember correctly, Okabe's flashback once said the persona of Hououin Kyouma is from a character from a TV show he once watched. So I'm guessing the name Hououin Kyouma came from that TV show which originates in the other worldline! Whatever the case may be, there are some excellent theories out there, even in this forum thread!

Also, I am so happy to learn that Okabe's first kiss was not Moeka but rather Kurisu herself! Still, there I can think up a few theories to say that Okabe's first
kiss was not from Kurisu, but fuck that, Okabe's first kiss was with Kurisu! Every single time I see a beautiful scene of Okabe and Kurisu kissing, I tear up, it's always an odd yet nice mixed feeling of sorrow and joy. Whenever it's a farewell kiss or an I love you kiss. It's all are always memorable scenes...

Alright then...
I said "Finally" so many times back in episode 24 and episode 25 OVA, but this Movie is the real final ending of Steins; Gate! After what Okabe did throughout the TV-show, and what Kurisu did in this movie, with the help from Suzuha who not only have helped Okabe but also Kurisu, from the beginning of Okabe's time-journey, to now. And after so many painful memories and erased priceless memories, I can finally say for the last time... FINALLY Everyone in the world and especially the Lab Members can finally live a life full of happiness!!!

No WW3, no evil organization (SERN) ruling the world, no fellow lab members ending up dead, no Okabe erased from existence, no more fucking painfull bullshit!
Just a happy life ahead of them!

I wish Steins; Gate 0 is not a continuation of this but instead some kind of alternative scenario, because I will be depressed seeing such a perfect ending being messed up.
 
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Unfortunately, this movie isn't canon (however it is really enjoyable!). This movie breaks some basic rules of the original series. For example the movie features parallel worldlines (R and Steins Gate worldline exists simultaneously). But there are no parallel worldlines in Steins;Gate. Only 1 worldline exists at a given time.

Also, if the Steins Gate worldline changed to a worldline where Okabe never born (and he never born - people without Reading Steiner always have the memories of the current worldline, and here, everybody remembers that all events happened without Okabe...).
So if the worldline changed to a worldline where Okabe never born, then Kurisu can't meet him in 2005. Okabe supposed to be born in 1991, so Kurisu should had to traveled before 1991, to make sure that he born...

So unfortanetely, the movie's story actually isn't made any sense... :( only the mood and the characters could save it... But the story is sucks...

ShadowZ_AnimeZ said:

Also, I am so happy to learn that Okabe's first kiss was not Moeka but rather Kurisu herself!


Even if we take the movie as canon (it is not...) the "first kiss" which Okabe refers to in ep22 it's not the kiss from Kurisu, and not the kiss with Moeka too! Actually, it's a kiss with Mayuri, when they were children. (This was revealed only in the VN).
Okabe can't remember to the kiss from Kurisu from 2005, because of Reading Steiner

(and also, it's not canon)

If you want to know the OFFICIAL after story, then you should read the Holy Day of Scourge novel.
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Even if he take the movie as canon (it is not...) the "first kiss" which Okabe refers to in ep22 it's not the kiss from Kurisu, and not the kiss with Moeka too! Actually, it's a kiss with Mayuri, when they were children. (This was revealed only in the VN).
Okabe can't remember to the kiss from Kurisu from 2005, because of Reading Steiner

(and also, it's not canon)

If you want to know the OFFICIAL after story, then you should read the Holy Day of Scourge novel.


What the fuck? Why was I so displeased?! This past me got some different perspective of me right now.
 
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So, this movie expand the relationship between Okabe and Kurisu. Well, I read the theories about the ending and I think that I could understand. It seems that the movie is non-canon.

8/10 for the movie.
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