Federico Makabenta (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sat, 19 Feb 2000 14:03:49 +0800
Funny you guys seem to be talking about the movies this way. I find that the
three movies are worth the watch anytime. The story was pretty easy to
understand and it serves as a great introduction to the world of Gundam. I
can attest to the fact that many of my friends understand what Gundam is all
about because of these three movies. Quite a few of them became full-blown
Since I can't really understand all Japanese except snippets of dialogue -
there isn't any way I can watch the entire 0079 series again from the
Betamax tapes I used to have them in. And my memory of the original series
was actually pretty thin when I got to college - which was when I was
reintroduced to the series once more through some friends.
I'm sorry, but I really like the Tomino movies. Those movies and the 0083
OAVs were crucial to my return to Gundam.
Sorry for the rant,
----- Original Message -----
From: Nightingale <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, February 19, 2000 1:14 PM
Subject: Re: [gundam] A question about the Gundam Movie Trilogy
> --- BlazeEagle@aol.com wrote:
> > The three MSG movies, while I myself haven't seen
> > the MSG TV series, feels kind of vague story wise,
> > the movies need to explain some stuff more. Like,
> > how did Amuro get to be such a good pilot? To me, it
> > seems, its because he's a NewType, but that can't be
> > the whole answer, can it? I have the same question >
> about Char as well.
> You share my view on the movie trilogy, too? In case
> you haven't read them, here are what I have to say
> about the 0079 TV, movies, and radio drama:
> > The three movies just seem vague and patchy,
> > detail wise, story wise, and character interactions
> > seem vague, too. They are great movies, but are
> > with stuff.
> This is to be expected when a 43 episode TV series was
> cut right down to 6 hrs of motion pictures. Out of all
> 3 presentations, the made in Hong Kong 0079 radio
> drama has to be the worst (pls read my review on that
> one). All hypes but not a lot of substance.
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