#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – With Earth now left in ruins following the “Nano Hazard,” most of humanity has abandoned the planet they once called home along with their physical bodies and rebuilt their digitalized minds into a society within the cyber universe of “DEVA.” A.D. 2400, DEVA’s central council detects an incident of unauthorized access into their mainframe. Someone on Earth was trying to hack into the system. The only information DEVA was able to retrieve was that the hacker referred to themselves as “Frontier Setter.” To investigate the mysterious hacker’s motives, the high officials of DEVA dispatch System Security Third Officer Angela Balzac to the Earth’s surface. Equipped with a prosthetic “material body,” Angela attempts to make contact with a local agent Dingo, but what awaited her instead was a swarm of Sandworms now infesting the Earth’s surface. Angela intercepts the gruesome pests with her exoskeletal powered suit Arhan. Will Angela and Dingo be able to find Frontier Setter on this devastated planet? Their journey to explore the secrets of the world will begin now…!
Plot: A.D. 2400, DEVA’s central council detects an incident of unauthorized access into their mainframe. Someone on Earth was trying to hack into the system. The only information DEVA was able to retrieve was that hacker referred to themselves as “Frontier Setter.” To investigate the mysterious hacker’s motives, the high officials of DEVA dispatch system Security Third Officer Angela Balzac to the Earth’s surface. Equipped with a prosthetic “material body,” Angela attempts to make contact with a local agent Dingo, but what awaited her instead was a swarm of Sandworms now infesting the Earth’s surface. Angela intercepts the gruesome pests with her exoskeleton powered suit Arhan.
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atypical thinking, pleasant, adequate characters and rationality
Nice anime. Not that it shines with art, music or a twisted plot. All these are of high quality, but not at all at an outstanding level. What makes “Rakuen Tsuihou” special is the presence of common sense in both the characters’ behavior and the development of the plot. It may not be possible to agree with all the ideas, but intellectually, this anime will not keep you gritting your teeth waiting for the end of the story. What also pleases are adequate, adult heroes who have reasonable motivations and behavior appropriate to situations. The “incarnated” heroine experiences all the unexpected effects of having a body, including fatigue, illness, and the inability to cope with the three goons in the real world. Of course, it was not without exaggeration of her naivety, honesty, kawaii and the abuse of curvy forms with oppai swaying, but these exaggerations, perhaps, were designed to compensate for her negative features, outweighing them and arousing sympathy for the heroine, because otherwise she a self-centered careerist with views that would flinch even National Socialists. The hero, on the other hand, is quite a mature, calm and perceptive man, not a hysterical teenager. In general, the characters are quite sympathetic and cause empathy, the intimate narrative focuses on the development of their relationships and meaningful, not at all stupid dialogues. In terms of the plot, there are a couple of unexpected turns and an intrigue that does not disappear almost until the very end – what will the main heroine choose?
As for the moral message of the anime, the raised issues, perhaps the problems of “humanization” and “dehumanization” are considered superficially in the Rakuen Tsuihou, but clearly deeper and more insightful than in other works with a similar theme. Even in a seemingly “ideal world” where there can be no problems with food, housing, money and other material goods, people still found something to envy and on that basis to destroy other people (“archive” them). It shows a great deal of a fundamental, incorrigible flaw in human nature (“original sin”, as Christianity calls it) – no matter how ideal society you build, how you’d avoid competition for resources, there will always be such a resource (anything – strength, power, money, popularity, health, beauty, intelligence, space, skin color, tall height, short, big breasts, small, long legs, short, virtual avatar, or allocated memory), which will cause envy, competition, conflicts and, ultimately, poverty (in relation to this resource), oppression and deprivation of life of the “unworthy”. Neither world peace, nor communism, nor capitalism, nor “virtual heaven” will help – by virtue of human nature, all the same problems will flourish, and most likely, they will multiply the more the more they are denied…
Although this is not emphasized in the rather light narrative of the anime, “Rakuen Tsuihou” is a dystopia, where the “virtual heaven” became a hell ruled by self-proclaimed “gods” (in the form of which the elite of the pseudo-heaven is depicted) who established totalitarian control over the population of their world and turned it into slaves obsessed with competition for the resource of computing power. Correctly noticing the fatal flaw of humanity (original sin), the ineradicable incompleteness of human existence, the screenwriter, unfortunately, draws false conclusions from this, placing his hopes on artificial intelligence as a kind of perfect “child of humanity”. However, for a non-Christian, the screenwriter is already perspicacious enough and unable to go further, except for creating an idol, but no longer from a man, but from an “intelligent” machine. To a Christian it should be clear that the only solution to the problem of mimetic desire, to use the terminology of Rene Girard, or original sin, is to look not to another person or object (idols), but to the one whose resources are not limited, like Him himself, to the one who possesses the fullness of being – to God. But, again, one cannot demand such philosophical and theological depth from Japanese anime. What is already depicted does not cause intellectual rejection and does not sin against common sense (except for the idealization of AI, of course).
There are a couple of plot flaws, such as why it was necessary to go to battle, if it was possible to simply hack and turn off the enemy’s machines (here logic suffers for the sake of entertainment), or what feelings digitized “people” may have if organs of these senses (not gauges of abstract units) are missing? I’m not even talking about ignoring the problem of copying (not sending “consciousness” – but in this case all “humanization” of digitized “people” and empathy for the heroine would have disappear because of her countless copies) and interference in the “consciousness” of virtual “people”. Ultimately, I believe, all “consciousnesses” would be “hacked” and “dehumanized” by the ruling elite to the level of machines, obedient performers – for the sake of the “common good”, of course, the eradication of deviations and so on, but in fact – because it would be easier to rule and there would be no obstacles to this, like physical bodies. Or most likely the elite would begin to self-copy uncontrollably, gathering all the computing power for their copies and cutting out the rest of the “programs” so that they would not take up space until “there will be only one left” with an army of controlled copies. But in that case, there would be no one to make this anime about, which, for its atypical for Japanese thinking, pleasant, adequate characters and rationality, deserves 8.5 out of 10.
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just finished this Anime film tonight called Expelled from Paradise and I thought it was good. When I saw a trailer for it, I thought it would be good for Toonami, and it could be, but since I watched it already, lets see if it will interest you guys . The plot takes place in a time where people have been digitized and are in a new world in a space computer. But someone/something is trying to hack into their world, so a woman by the name Angela Balzac, goes down to earth (where humans now have a hard time living in this apocalyptic world). She comes down to find the hacker and to rendezvous with a man named Dingo. When they meet, well, the first thing is trouble – and that’s where the story starts. It later has a twist where you think the bad isn’t bad sort of thing. But after it was over I had this feeling where I wish there was more to their journey and I would have liked to see what they were doing even after the film fully ended. There are few clips in the middle of the credits, and at the very end of the credits, just a two or three second thing and that’s it; the last clip was very short. I thought Steve Blum (Dingo) and Wendee Lee (Angela) did a great job as well as Johnny Yong Bosch (Frontier Setter). I enjoyed watching it all the way until the end.
I don’t know how many people would watch it and like it, but I guess you could watch it to find out for yourself. The animation was good – it had that 3D-ish type of feeling and a mixture of anime. It also had a Matrix feel to it because of the world that Angela comes from, and also a wild west feel to it in some scenes. Overall, a good film.
Original Language ja
Runtime 1 hr 44 min (104 min) (USA)
Genre Animation, Action, Adventure
Director Seiji Mizushima
Writer Clark Cheng, Gen Urobuchi
Actors Rie Kugimiya, Wendee Lee, Steve Blum
Awards 1 win & 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arri Alexa Plus 4:3, Panavision Primo and Angenieux Optimo Lenses
Laboratory Toei Labo Tech, Tokyo, Japan
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Digital
Cinematographic Process Digital (source format), Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm, D-Cinema