the Black Monarch wrote:UncleMilo wrote:If you must merge Evangelion and End of Evangelion, then the series must end on the last note of the TV series. It seems that the scene at the end of the movie is about where the line about the world where everone is gone fits in.
Pfft. What drugs are you on, anyway? Episode 26 ends sometime before that scene where Shinji and Rei are naked, his head is in her lap, and a fully clothed Kaworu is standing over them, and they're all underwater on the surface of the moon. How do I know this? Because a shot mimicking the end of ep26 is flashed when Shinji says "What I felt at that moment etc."
Milo, it seems to me that when it comes to Eva, you don't know what the bloody hell you're talking about. Go watch the series and EoE again, and come back when you know enough to prove to us that you weren't extremely drunk every time you saw Evangelion.
Look, dude, its time for you to step the fuck back and let people take their own views on Eva. The series was designed specifically so that different people would walk away with different understandings. if there were 400 levels in Evangelion, some people might walk away with 1 or two, some might walk away with 50, some (including myslef) might walk away with most if not all of the levels.
You can't call someone stupid or ignorant just because they viewed it differently. The whole point was that the movie is not definitive once you get past a certain point. You don't know what is happeneing where, so you have to guess. I doubt everyone is going to come to the same conclusion, but that doesnt make them wrong. Its a series based on perception, maybe thats why its able to spark such massive, insult-ridden debate - it does its job too well, leaving the truly stupid and ignorant trying to convince everyone that "this is the way it is and theres no two ways about it."
So what kind of drugs are YOU on, dude?