Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Eden of the East: Paradise Lost (English)
With June quickly coming to a close, it’s time to finish off the rest of the Eden of the East series with the second and final film: Paradise Lost.
Eden of the East: Paradise Lost is a 92 minute film blah blah blah. It’s from Production I.G. blah blah blah. Was released on March 13, 2010 blah blah blah. It’s currently licensed by FUNimation blah blah blah. Ok, moving on.
Alright, I’m going to save you the trouble of repeating myself for a third time in regards to animation, so..... It’s solid. Moving on.
The characters don’t change all that much. But you do meet some new ones along the way like the former Prime Minster’s wife and a few others. Aside from that.... Not much else really.
Alright... I know that this review has become really really short so far, but here’s where it all comes to an end. As an entire series (TV and Movies), Eden of the East is a very solid series with it’s flaws, but only few and far between. It takes a unique and basic idea and turns it into a realistic kind of setting with everything on the line (plus awesome looking phones). It combines mystery with bits of psychological and some action well enough to find a balance between all aspects. Granted, not everything can be mixed in well (like the running “Johnny” gag played in the TV Series), but the majority of is solid. Overall, Eden of the East is amazing! Not perfect, but amazing.
Sorry for the kinda lazy review. Figured, since I said most of the information in the last review, I save you and I the trouble of repeating. I promise the next one will be a complete manservice buffet. So, until then, otaku on my friends.