Boy was I dissapointed
talion21 | United States | 06/11/2002
(2 out of 5 stars)
"When I saw this movie in the store I was very excited. I thought it looked great. But after purchasing I was reminded to never judge a Book(or in this case an Anime) by it's cover. The story line was short and confusing with the first episode consisting only of flash backs and flash forwards. The plot was almost nonexistent, what little plot there was came across as a jerky halfhearted Evangelion copy without any of the redeeming features. The sound effects were poor and the action scenes while animated well made up less than 10 minutes of the 90 minute run time. Over all this is definately a DVD to rent and not buy. Or if you can't find someplace to rent it you should fell glad you won't be tempted to waste a portion of your life. If you feel the need to occupy 90 minutes of your time you would be better suited to watch the dust on your TV screen and try to decide if it affects the sound quality for 90 minutes."
Michael Valdivielso | Alexandria, VA | 01/03/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"While many people might be unhappy with the whole story line I found the story, with its flashbacks, complex plot and detailed background very interesting. The artwork is also good, not perfect, but OK for a show that only has three episodes.
Kei, the main character, turns out to be more than he seems. To say anything else would give away much of the plot, but I would suggest at least watching this DVD once.
Get it used or rent it, but don't buy it unless you like robots, alien invasions or weird X-File like plots."
It's Evangelion meets Ranma 1/2!
J. Alford | Atlanta, GA. United States | 12/31/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Taking place after an alien attack on the Earth in 2012, a teenage boy named Kei and his girlfriend Naoki are recruited by a government orginization called Spirits to operate the Evangelon-looking mecha, Devadasy. It takes a male and female pilot to operate it, and lucky Kei has his pick from several sexy candidates to choose from as his partner since he's the only male pilot. He has a strong attraction toward the silent Amala who shares a secret link to his late father. Devadasy actually works on the sexual energy between its two pilots, which almost sounds like its a hentai video, but its not. They must use Devadasy to clense the Earth of the alien infestation which are like huge bacteria monsters, because an even larger force the size of a solar system are coming towards Earth! This 3-episode series has some decent animation and unique storytelling. Recommended!"