Did anyone get Eva 3.0 vibes from the third Madoka film?

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Postby airman4 » Wed Jun 04, 2014 5:06 am

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with the huge success of madoka they decided to continue the series after the initial one , so the third movie is not the final

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Postby ApolloIVtv » Thu Jun 05, 2014 1:08 am

View Original Postairman4 wrote:with the huge success of madoka they decided to continue the series after the initial one , so the third movie is not the final


I know... that's what I said, right?

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Postby airman4 » Thu Jun 05, 2014 5:24 am

Yeah , then why being disappointed if you already know that with the huge success , you'll get an open ending with probably a sequel ?
I mean i dont get your point . or it's me

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Postby ApolloIVtv » Sat Jun 07, 2014 12:48 am

View Original Postairman4 wrote:Yeah , then why being disappointed if you already know that with the huge success , you'll get an open ending with probably a sequel ?
I mean i dont get your point . or it's me


Oh, I'm sorry. I'm disappointed because I think the first PMMM series is great enough on its own, and, if they are going to make another sequel, they'll probably just stretch themselves too thin making more Madoka.

Rebellion on the other hand set itself up as a nice epilogue to finish the story completely and satisfyingly, but instead we get a cliffhangerish, ambiguous ending which feels like it was made for more Madoka to cash in on, unlike End of Eva, which had its ambiguous ending for us to discuss, make our own clues, and actually end the story.

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Postby ElMariachi » Sat Jun 07, 2014 6:24 am

It's not that it give the feel that it was made for more Madoka, the creator themselves explicitly said that they made Rebellion to continue the franchise, Rebellion is just a stepping stone for the second part of the franchise, that's why I prefer to wait what said continuation will be before making a final opinion of Rebellion.
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Re: Did anyone get Eva 3.0 vibes from the third Madoka film?

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Postby Akko » Mon Dec 09, 2019 11:15 am

At least Eva Q is getting a sequel *laughs in pain*


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