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Movie details 'In The War Between Heaven and Earth, Salvation is Machine'. Under constant attack by monstrous creatures called Angels that seek to eradicate humankind, U.N. Special Agency NERV introduces two new EVA pilots to help defend the city of Tokyo-3: the mysterious Makinami Mari Illustrous and the intense Asuka Langley Shikinami. Well, you're in a sticky spot. I couldn't find it for download or video view from amazon, google play, bn, or funimation, which are the only places that'd let you stream it easily enough in decent quality. EVANGELION:2.22 YOU CAN (NOT) ADVANCE. Mari Illustrious-Makinami pilots Provisional Unit-05 to defeat the excavated Third Angel. Asuka Langley-Shikinami and EVA-02 defeat the Seventh Angel. The Eighth Angel appears and attacks NERV HQ. EVA-03 is taken over by the Ninth Angel during testing and Shinji deploys to stop it, but learns Asuka is aboard. Movie details 'In The War Between Heaven and Earth, Salvation is Machine'. Under constant attack by monstrous creatures called Angels that seek to eradicate humankind, U.N. Special Agency NERV introduces two new EVA pilots to help defend the city of Tokyo-3: the mysterious Makinami Mari Illustrous and the intense Asuka Langley Shikinami.

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Cool movie. dishonest product description.
Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2018
The remake here is as good as the first. I think part 3 is rather weak as it meanders and isnt as focused as it could be. This will hopefully gets fixed in 4. I will say that my copy was missing a slip cover. also the plastic on it was not factory sealed as it...See more
The remake here is as good as the first. I think part 3 is rather weak as it meanders and isnt as focused as it could be. This will hopefully gets fixed in 4.
I will say that my copy was missing a slip cover. also the plastic on it was not factory sealed as it was re-shrinkwrapped by someone AFTER opening this product. and not only that I found a large fingerprint on what was supposed to be a new copy. not sure what is up with amazon's quality control but they really messed this one up. for whatever reason I couldn't leave a review for the order so I'm leaving one here to warn others that this kind of thing occasionally happens on amazon...and to be aware of it. To try to repackage opened items and sell them as new is dishonest.
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No slip cover on 2011 blu-ray
Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2019
Movie itself is fine. Just confirming that the blu-ray I ordered in June 2019 arrived without a slip cover. Earlier reviewers mentioned this, so nothing changed. Don't be fooled by the product image for 2.22, which shows sharper corners and an opaque blue border at the top...See more
Movie itself is fine. Just confirming that the blu-ray I ordered in June 2019 arrived without a slip cover. Earlier reviewers mentioned this, so nothing changed. Don't be fooled by the product image for 2.22, which shows sharper corners and an opaque blue border at the top of the cover. What I received was an ordinary blue plastic case with rounded corners and a translucent boarder at the top. In addition to the image being misleading, the actual cover is surprising because both 1.11 and 3.33 in the series come with paper slip covers. What I gathered pretty quickly from looking at other sites is that 2.22 was available with a solid orange slip cover similar in style to the blue slip cover on 3.33, but actually getting the slip cover (and special edition booklet) was hit or miss. If you care about the aesthetics, just know that the packaging for all three blu-rays in the series will be different if you order them from this site. Another reviewer uploaded a photo showing all three side-by-side, and they are the same as what I received.
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Broken disk sold as new
Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2021
So I would love to review this. Unfortunately the disk won’t play. My son had bought this months ago and only just now got through the rest of his anime stack to watch it. Yes it’s our fault for not trying to play it sooner. However, it does not dismiss the fact that the...See more
So I would love to review this. Unfortunately the disk won’t play. My son had bought this months ago and only just now got through the rest of his anime stack to watch it. Yes it’s our fault for not trying to play it sooner. However, it does not dismiss the fact that the disk was corrupted and unwatchable out of the box new. The disk has no marks or visible damage it just is unplayable. I verified with five different players and even looked up the code. The disk wasn’t made correctly and the files are corrupted. Under normal circumstances I would simply buy a second disk. However, since this was sold as if it is directly from Funimation with a big old “disc made in Mexico” stamp I’m going to find a new source for my dvd/blue rays. It is getting too hard to tell if I am getting bad knockoffs sold on Amazon, or companies don’t care and ar churning out bad products. If I could I would give it no stars.
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Exciting Sequel
Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2021
Picking up where the first film of the Rebuild series left off, Evangelion: 2.22 You Can (Not) Advance continues the story of NERV's work in defending Tokyo-3 from a series of monsters known as Angels. As before, EVA pilots Shinji Ikari (Megumi Ogata) and Rei Ayanami...See more
Picking up where the first film of the Rebuild series left off, Evangelion: 2.22 You Can (Not) Advance continues the story of NERV's work in defending Tokyo-3 from a series of monsters known as Angels. As before, EVA pilots Shinji Ikari (Megumi Ogata) and Rei Ayanami (Megumi Hayashibara) battle the Angels under the guidance of NERV head and Shinji's father Gendo (Fumihiko Tachiki) and Misato Katsuragi (Kotono Mitsuishi). This film also includes the first appearance of the third EVA pilot Asuka Shikinami Langley (Yuko Miyamura) along with the introduction of a new character not present in the original series Mari Illustrious Makinami (Maaya Sakamoto), also an EVA pilot.
I thought this film was an excellent follow-up to the first film in the Rebuild series. Much like the first film, this movie is based on the original Neon Genesis Evangelion series. However, unlike the first film, this movie really begins to take the story in a new direction that diverges from the orginal series. While it certainly retains most of the original characters and the basic premise, much is also changed which gives fans of the original series both a familiar and yet new experience in the Evangelion universe. Because of this, I found this movie to be quite more enjoyable than the first film, much of which was just a shot-for-shot remake of the source material.
The visuals in this movie are fantastic. The filmmakers did an excellent job putting a lot of detail into everything including backgrounds and environments to the epic battles between the EVAs and the Angels.
The sound design in the movie is great as well from excellent music, including some pieces from the original series, and other sound effects. I did watch this movie with both the original Japanese and the English dub. I thought both were pretty good and the actors generally did a good job of giving their roles character. The English cast even includes some who worked on the original ADV Films dub such as Spike Spencer as Shinji, Tiffany Grant as Asuka, and Allison Keith as Misato.
As said above, this film takes the story of Evangelion in a new direction that diverges from the source material. I thought the story was interesting as Shinji continues to battle his various inner demons as he tries to do what is right or appropriate. I also really enjoyed how Rei gets some different characterization that takes things in an interesting direction.
I think my only criticism of this film would be the addition of the Mari character. I really do not understand the purpose of her. It really feels like the filmmakers added this character and then had no idea what to do with her. With such a well-fleshed out cast, she just did not add much to the movie.
Overall, this is a great anime film and, in my opinion, an improvement from the first Rebuild film. I would easily recommend this to fans of Neon Genesis Evangelion, the first film, or just anime in general.
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The best of the rebuild series
Reviewed in the United States on November 17, 2019
The second film of the rebuild series is still the best. The first entry, 1.11, is almost exactly the same as the first few episodes of NGE and 3.33 ruins various characters and practically resets all the development Shinji undergoes in this movie. 2.22 makes the characters...See more
The second film of the rebuild series is still the best. The first entry, 1.11, is almost exactly the same as the first few episodes of NGE and 3.33 ruins various characters and practically resets all the development Shinji undergoes in this movie. 2.22 makes the characters more likeable, especially Shinji who actually has backbone and does more than run away and complain. As for other characters, Asuka is far less abrasive (She’s still a bit of a brat, though) and Rei acts more human than her more stoic counterpart in the original anime. There are more apparent changes made to the story, such as the introduction of Mari, a fourth Eva pilot. The climax of the movie is also quite a spectacle. I hope the fourth entry in the series will actually be able to fix the mess left by 3.33 and give us a satisfying conclusion.
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Terrible film
Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2021
After watching, 'Gunbuster,' for the first time, yesterday, I must say that this Evangelion movie is a terrible film, in comparison. There is no substance to the story or plot, at all. It feels like someone chalked up a bad summary of the original series and sent the film...See more
After watching, 'Gunbuster,' for the first time, yesterday, I must say that this Evangelion movie is a terrible film, in comparison. There is no substance to the story or plot, at all. It feels like someone chalked up a bad summary of the original series and sent the film out to some third-rate animation house, for a discounted price, for completion. I hate it. I hate the characters, the voice acting, the cheap sexual innuendos, along, with the rest of the film. It has no redeeming qualities, whatsoever. Anno is a terrible director, for having put this out. We, the audience, are left to suffer his miserable excuse for a film, as consequence, and for a premium price, of course. Nobody should have to pay to watch this garbage, and, there are better uses of one's time than watching this. Were it his intention to nullify his legacy of the original Eva series by making these films, then, he certainly succeeded in ruining his name, at least, with this film, alone, because the next time you wish for me to sit through one his films, then, you had better accompany the suggestion, with a check, because, I will not watch it, otherwise. What an embarrassment of a film, and, what an embarrassment, for everyone, who gave out his name, in producing this. I certainly wouldn't hire anyone listed in the credits, henceforth, for anything related to anime, or Autocad, for that matter. It is truly a flaming trash heap of a film, fun to watch, for a while, but, ultimately, smelly and hideous, if only, for the glimpse of the portrait of the man, who made it, contained, within. Save your money and time, and, go watch something, else.
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Not as good as the original series.
Reviewed in the United States on February 14, 2019
I'm a HUGE fan of the original Neon Genesis Evangelion, and when I heard that they were going to be 'rebuilding' it into 4 movies, I was both excited and concerned. The first one was pretty solid, largely sticking to the original and losing a bit of the character building...See more
I'm a HUGE fan of the original Neon Genesis Evangelion, and when I heard that they were going to be 'rebuilding' it into 4 movies, I was both excited and concerned. The first one was pretty solid, largely sticking to the original and losing a bit of the character building of the tv series, but otherwise something I could rally behind. 2.22 went off the rails pretty quickly, with the introduction of a superfluous new character. It almost feels like they thought that we needed just one more girl to appeal to the audience's tastes, and went 'we don't have a 'glasses girl' yet, so let's just shoehorn one in.' Unfortunately, Mari mostly has no personality of her own, and instead steals chunks of it from Asuka, making Asuka a shadow of her former character. They go further with rewriting the narrative, and generally left me feeling ambivalent towards any further outings in the series. Having seen the third installment, I can say I'm not at all interested in this series going forward. I'll stick to the classic NGE, which is still almost as perfect as you can get.
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Probably my favorite Anime film, ever.
Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2016

Neon Genesis Evangelion 2.0

Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance may just be one of my favorite films of all time. After watching It I felt like I needed a nap, the Intensity of everything from beginning to end was just an experience I wasn't ready for! Everything the first film did was outdone by...See more
Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance may just be one of my favorite films of all time. After watching It I felt like I needed a nap, the Intensity of everything from beginning to end was just an experience I wasn't ready for! Everything the first film did was outdone by the 2nd, drama, action, animation.. It was all there In a near 2 hour package of pure bliss. The stakes were higher, the action was high octane resulting In third degree burns from fight one to the last, very rarely am I ever so In tune with characters In an animated film, but Evangelion broke that barrier with It's middle and ending acts.
First off, Animation : The animation was simply a thing of beauty, the attention to new details In this film was so spot on that I felt like I was there! Seeing the workings of Tokyo III was engaging and awe-inspiring! The Eva x Angel fights In this film was like clock-work.. textbook perfection!
Sound : The film seemed to opt for some Godzilla sound-bites
with the first angel's screams being reminiscent of Megaguirus and Misato Katsuragi's ringtone was King Ghidorah's roar, seems Hideaki Anno had an eye for Gojira long before the plans of Shin-Gojira. Again the sounds of Evas and Angels were fantastic and let off a more animalistic side of the Evas while the Angels were kept at a rather unsettling edge.
Story : The story was heartbreaking, there was loss, blooming love, betrayal & then some. It was hard to watch a few scenes In both the action segments and non action segments, they hit really close to heart and.. honestly It was beautiful.
Characters : I fell In love Rei and Shinji In this film. They both seemed to crack a bit out of their shells and what lead to the ending of the film had me In tears and yelling at the screen 'GO GET 'EM SHINJI' I was completely Into the scenes with the two and It left quite the Impression. Of corse we were Introduced to a few new characters as well, such as Asuka Langley Shikinami the hot headed captain Eva pilot which the movie opens up with, she kicks some.. well ALL THE ASS and set the opening of the movie up PERFECTLY. Like to a damn T PERFECTLY. While her character did get under my skin a few times, seeing her evolve under the short amount of time was enjoyable! More so with her than your average 'tough as nails' characters & the mysterious Mari Illustrious Makinami who came In out of nowhere! This character, she's Interesting to say the least! And what she was able to do with her Eva (at least before Shinji's final act) was baffling and left me speechless, Mari has guts and the potential to really carry a series all her own.
Over-all : I'm keeping these reviews spoiler free, but leaving enough In them to get those who've yet to watch these films to make the attempt with them! I've honestly found a top 10 favorite movie by my sheer curiosity and holy hell do I mean that.. holy hell does It mean something. It takes a lot for me to like a movie, but to LOVE a movie.. this film managed to get me to that point at the 40 minute mark, both through characters and the action Implemented. Plus It helps that Utada came back yet again to give us the Acoustic Mix of Beautiful World which only added to the tears after the film's end. Evangelion 2.0 Is currently my favorite anime film of all time, yes before AKIRA & ALL of Ghibli's films.. this one just took the cake and ate It too. I can't help but sing It's praises.
Rating : 5/5
Recommendation : Highest I could ever possibly stress. Watch these movies. You will NOT regret It.
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Materia Keeper
Angels and Evas
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 30, 2016
Evangelion 2:22 is going to take some serious viewing(s) to get your head around it - whether for veteran fans or newcomers alike. The film is just bonkers. After Shinji Ikari and Rei Ayanami have overcome the threats of the first film, the world of Nerv is afforded a brief...See more
Evangelion 2:22 is going to take some serious viewing(s) to get your head around it - whether for veteran fans or newcomers alike. The film is just bonkers. After Shinji Ikari and Rei Ayanami have overcome the threats of the first film, the world of Nerv is afforded a brief respite, allowing some necessary rebuilding of the Evas and defences. The team are bolstered by the arrival of Unit-02 and its pilot; the exasperating Asuka Langley, along with the clandestine dispersal of serie’s-new character Mari. Naturally, the new wave of angel attacks draw the absolute limit from Nerv and the pilots, before the film culminates with a familiar scene for long-term Eva fans. At the beginning of the Rebuild series Hideaki Anno touted a wave of new developments for Neon Genesis Evangelion, and he’s definitely delivered on that front. With (at least) two films remaining, you’d wonder where else the story is to go; with almost all the original series now accounted for in terms of the ultimate destination: The Human Instrumentality Project. One aspect I applaud in this second instalment is the art design and blend of drawing and CGI to realise the forms and traits of the Angels. They look absolutely stunning. As with 1:11, they are evolved from the originals and their methods of evisceration are almost beautiful -and superbly directed. The special features are decent too - one of which gives a good insight into the significant differences between the original Japanese script and the translated, localised version. The classical soundtrack synonymous with the series is updated too with some great results. The atmosphere somehow seems to be a bit more sombre. Another facet that is much more apparent in this Rebuild is the conflict between America, Europe (‘Euro’), and Japan over the stranglehold of the Eva units. It adds a nice mix to the story that wasn’t so obvious in the original series. If you have the Collector’s Edition, it comes with a superb booklet with some essential information; akin to the booklet within the original serie’s Platinum Collection release. Neon Genesis Evangelion is changing. God’s in his Heaven ... You’ve never seen anything like this before.
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Jazzie
Evangelion 2
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 29, 2015
The second rebuild film is a little weird. Its great to see the characters back once again and the animation is gorgeous. The only problem is the contents of the film... the first half is like a copy of the 9/12 episode of the first series but, then half way through it...See more
The second rebuild film is a little weird. Its great to see the characters back once again and the animation is gorgeous. The only problem is the contents of the film... the first half is like a copy of the 9/12 episode of the first series but, then half way through it switches to an entirely new story. Which is completely fine as this is supposed to be a rebuild of the original, but then it continues to switch back and forth which can be a little frustrating to watch if you have seen the original series. Additionally, Asuka seems to have changed slightly and not for the better in my opinion. Also some key points within the original series that add to the entire feel of the world and the characters mental states has been removed or shorted to 10 second clips, which was very disappointing to see. But, overall it was great and anyone who hasn't seen the original will be very happy with the film overall as it is very enjoyable to watch. The fight between Sahaquiel was amazing and beautifully done.
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T. Alexander
The Rebuild Continues
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 20, 2012
The second of the four films retelling the story of 'Neon Genesis Evangelion' sees the story begin to diverge from the original in some rather drastic ways. The film takes us from the arrival of Asuka (whose last name has been changed from Soryu to Shikinami) to the...See more
The second of the four films retelling the story of 'Neon Genesis Evangelion' sees the story begin to diverge from the original in some rather drastic ways. The film takes us from the arrival of Asuka (whose last name has been changed from Soryu to Shikinami) to the apparent beginnings of Third Impact. As well as the name change for Asuka there are a number of other major changes from the original such as the design of some of the Angels being changed and others being combined, Asuka doesn't have a crush on Kenji, it isn't Toji who pilots Unit 03 and an entirely new character, Mira, is introduced. Although I still prefer the original, this second film in the 'Rebuild' series is certainly entertaining and the animation is great, far better than anything the original series could have hoped to achieve, the English dub is also very good. One of the changes made that I like most is that there is some nice development of Rei's character. There are some problems I have with the film however, namely that some of the changes made to the storyline aren't properly explained and the new character Mira isn't properly developed. I feel that the reason for these problems is that 'Rebuild' is a series of films rather than a TV series. I feel that if 'Rebuild' had been a full TV series then there would have been more time to introduce and develop the changes and given a bit more depth to the series. While I wouldn't say that this series of remakes is as good as the original 'Evangelion' series it is turning into a very interesting series of movies and is definitely a must see anime. I feel a rating of four stars is appropriate.
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Amazon Customer
Taking Evangelion to the next level
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 15, 2013
Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance continues from where the last film left off, Shinji Ikari continues to pilot Eva unit 01 in NERV's ongoing fight against the Angels, the second film in the Rebuild teratology based on Neon Genesis Evangelion. Where Evangelion 1.0 was...See more
Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance continues from where the last film left off, Shinji Ikari continues to pilot Eva unit 01 in NERV's ongoing fight against the Angels, the second film in the Rebuild teratology based on Neon Genesis Evangelion. Where Evangelion 1.0 was mostly the same as the original series, Evangelion 2.0 begins to deviate, beginning with the introduction of a completely original character, the enigmatic Mari Makinami. The plot develops differently, character relationships have more depth and the animation is awesome. This is the one where everyone's favourite tsundere comes into it, Asuka Langley Shikinami, a new Eva pilot transferred from Germany and my personal favourite Evangelion, Unit 02. Evangelion 2.0 takes everything you love about Evangelion and takes it to the next level, the last 40 minutes of this film contain some of the best action I've ever seen in animation and that deviation from the original series comes into fruition by the end.

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This is more like itEvangelion 2.22 You Can Not Advance Download
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 3, 2011
This was way better than the first - obviously if you're new to Evangelion like me, then watching the first movie is a must for this one to make much sense. I found it to be much more intense and exciting, some proper action scenes, plenty going on to keep you watching. I...See more
This was way better than the first - obviously if you're new to Evangelion like me, then watching the first movie is a must for this one to make much sense. I found it to be much more intense and exciting, some proper action scenes, plenty going on to keep you watching. I did get a little bored of scenes involving everyone going about thier daily lives, but it's a necessary part of the story. I just feel there's a bit too much of it in places, perhaps because I didn't feel this part of the movie leading up to anything or going anywhere, but it probably just needs a second watch to be fair. I was put off buying this for a while due to the lengthy 'chatty' parts in Evangelion 1.11 and the not too epic battle scenes, though after giving 1.11 a second chance I felt it was worth a go and wasn't disappointed. It's much more of what I was expecting originally from 1.11, though after watching this one it's become clear that 1.11 was much more of a scene setter than an epic, alien/robot, sci-fi, action movie. Sorry this is supposed to be a review, not a comparison, so yes, buy it, it's awesome!
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