Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie: Rebellion (Anime) - TV Tropes
Affectionate Parody: The beginning of the movie is one to Madoka Magica Fan .. Destructive Romance: By the end of the movie, Homura's relationship with. But the attempt ultimately fails with Kyoko sacrificing herself to end Sayaka's The first film, Puella Magi Madoka Magica Part 1: Beginnings (劇場版 魔法少女. The relationship between these two poles of sacrifice and the problem In Rebellion, Homura grows as a character; if Madoka's character is the These are, respectively, the conclusions that 1) the suffering of the most .. Stricken from memory, Madoka's apotheosis means the end of her narrative identity.
The transformation itself is fluid with a strong OST to back it up.
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Yuki Kajiura's work is recognizable here with her style. The action itself is also colored with fantasy like atmosphere enhanced by the visual direction of this film. Indeed, it looks sharp. Shaft also adapts its style of presentation through its easily recognizable work. With a magical staff, gun, and determination, these girls can do just about anything. The themes of solitude and despair also remains intact in the film. As mentioned by Kyuubey, the magical girls represents the spread of hope while the witches are the symbols of despair.
That part comes with the tears running down on the face of Madoka after a startling revelation. It's amazing how almost every little detail gets captured though in this film. Shaft wastes no time with this adaptation to visually present this at its finest imagery.
The voices of the characters captures the mood as well. In the beginning, Madoka has that cheery atmosphere surrounding her.
On the other hand, Homura shows more of the darkness of the magical world. Then, there's of course Mami that represents a balance of both in a way. I give praise to the voice actors and actresses in their roles for an outstanding performance. For character designs, there's that sense of magical girl feeling.Puella Magi Madoka Magica: Rebellion - Homura vs Mami 60fps FI - sub ESP & ENG
The way they are dressed shows they are serious in fighting the witches just like from the original TV series. For new viewers, Kyuubey will be the surprising twist behind that emotionless smile.
The city and its magical realm contrasts greatly in designs that shifts between the world of the real and the surreal. In fact, that fantasy world represents a surrealist sense of despair that also conjures emotions.
Of course, there's emotions here and there especially since the responsibility of being a Mahou Shoujo is never easy, not once in this film. As for the witches, they are designed to be evil without remorse. Their visual representation seems to be sarcastic with their simple designs. However, make no mistake as they are the harbingers of despair.
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Ultimately, this film may have a different impression depending on how you watch it. Obviously, not every single second from the original series will be presented in this work.
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However, what it has brings refreshment to fans of the PMMM franchise. It takes that magical girl theme and gives it to viewers once again with style. What it might lack though is new additions such as new material inserted in since this is a recap. The original series had that as well so this is a pleasant refreshment. The production values are probably the strengths along with the powerful soundtrack. No random fan service, no forced humor, no stupidity, no still animations, no regrets.
It's more than just a recap. And even if Sayaka was brought back to life, would that really imply a "radically different" universe? On the other hand, if the story was an "What If" scenario or a different universe where Sayaka didnt die it wont undermine the concept that magical girls die. They look the same.
After ED, however, there is some introduction about the 3rd movie, which is very different. Are you talking about that?
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That hasn't changed at all. The simplest explanation is Sayaka's appearance in the third film's trailer is a flashblack. Or maybe we see her in the afterlife. As for Madoka being seen by Homura So it could all just be mental after all.
Someone help me out here. I remember reading something which said either in the movie brochure or the Sport Hochi interview that said the third movie will include timelines that we're cut out the anime. I can't find the source though, so I don't know how accurate this is. Has anyone read something like this, and if so, where? Thanks -- Universalperson Well, I am kind of getting those vibes. You move fast, fandom.
Guess they're more or less enforcing the warnings that I hear were given in the Music Box Theater in Chicago and presumably the other theaters: My theater never made any announcement about no recording, but in general, the NYC showing was the worst of all of them, so I guess this is the upside. So I'm curious to know what you mean. YazzyDream There was not enough of the limited edition posters or signboards for even a fourth of the audience, there was absolutely no merchandise on sale, the audio had the bass so high that people close to the speakers were complaining of not being able to hear any dialogue, there was no intermission, the people working the projector were messing around with it during the showing so that the picture was made to be less than half of the original size before people complained and they put it back.
All in all, it was a mess. I saw it on Monday, there was a break between the moves, the picture size was fine.