Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upo is a relatively recent release and it has received a fair amount of critical acclaim from the die-hard science fiction and movie fanatics. This film is set in the future and it follows the story of the first human mission to Mars. The first episode of the movie is called "EVA," and is directed by Luc Jacquet. This movie is subtitled in Spanish and English, and it was produced by the Canadian company Astral Energy Entertainment for Focus Features. The company had acquired the film from Fox Studios in the US and released it in all of its original languages including Spanish.
The movie's plot follows the life of General Ashford, an extremely curt and arrogant military man, and his treatment of the other officers who work under him. There is a major subplot involving another officer who is almost as obnoxious as Ashford is, so much so that he nearly gets the rank of captain before he is reassigned. The two major characters are both from the United States of America (US) and they get into a heated discussion about religion, America, theta, Eva, and other issues that occupy their minds. In the end they manage to solve the problem, but not before they put a few more innocent lives on the line.
Another thing I found interesting about this movie is the different accents that were used throughout. Some dialogue is in English, some is in Spanish, and some is in French. When you watch Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upo, it makes you wonder why the English subtitles are there. The only reason I can think of for that would be due to the fact that English was not the most commonly spoken language in the United States when Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 was made, so the directors probably had people read the subtitles in English just so they could have as many American viewers as possible.
Another thing I really like about Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upo is the use of color, and the different shades of reds, yellows and oranges that are found through out the movie. I especially like the contrast between the hot colors being used in the beginning of the movie, and later when things start getting a bit gray and dreary. For example in one scene, we get a shot of a cold and bloody Jesus with a cross over his head and in the next, a shot of bright white Jesus with a white robe on showing. It really adds to the realism of the film and makes me think that they intentionally chose red for this movie so as to make the audience feel as if it was a funeral of Jesus.
Lastly, I really like the music during the movie. There is this great instrumental that plays during the opening credits and it is catchy and fun to listen to, especially when it is done by Michael Jackson. I also really like the background music for the bad guys during the fights, and the comical fight scenes. It all combines together nicely to create a great movie experience, and I am looking forward to seeing what Michael Jackson has in store for us in the future. I give it five stars out of five because it is a really likable movie and I liked Evangelion: 3.0+1.0. A movie like this should always leave an effect on the audiences, whether it is a good movie or a bad one.
Genres: Action , Animation , Drama , Science Fiction | Duration: 155 min | Year: 2021