Oh my god this is like the entirety of Zeta Katz packed into a 5 minute sequence mixed with the shitty Rosama/Four drama.
>unstable dickthirsty bitch you're crushing on ditches you without a moment's hesitation and threatens to shoot your father's friend
>becomes increasingly indoctrinated, unstable and possessive while trying to hop on char's dick
>steal a grunt suit in the middle of a warzone
>said bitch is now in the cockpit of the bastard child of the Quin Mantha and Zeong
>doesn't get the hint that she barely gave a shit about him (i say barely because at least she had the decency to push him out of the way)
>responsible adult on his side takes her out because it's a warzone and she's a psychopath
>DUMB ADULTS REEEEEEEEEE
>empties his fucking gun into said adult
I was fucking livid through this entire sequence.
Please tell me there's some follow up somewhere, where he gets a court martial for this shit or something.
I'm not sure what you mean pal.
On another note, braided ponytail Quess is adorable.
>follows alternate storyline
Well, at least he suffers.
This movie was garbage, the pacing was shit, lt made characters unlikeable to hell, and the animation was subpar for its time, it just felt like a longer episode of UC. What were they thinking?
The butthurt stems from the fact that it could just ended at Quess sacrificing herself to save Hathaway in a lesson about how love and war only create tragedy. But nope, the faggot just had to shoot the very person who saved his life, and basically played no part in the movie afterwords, not even with the Axis Shock.
tl;dr: He pissed viewers off too much to enjoy what little merit the movie had left.
But Tomino wanted to show that the younger generation was screwed up to. CCA sort of subverts the whole "stupid adults" undercurrent in Gundam.
I don't know why people get so upset over CCA; it's a good movie.
He is right, though.
Take off the Gundam tinted glasses and just try and judge the movie as a film. The plot is all over the place, the characters are all fucking idiots that change direction faster than a chased squirrel, and while the robots have nice designs the actual fights are pretty poorly handled.
Its just... not good. Very not good. It only gets a pass because its Gundam and its the last hurrah of Char and Amuro.
>It's an objectively bad movie
No.But it's not an enjoyable movie.I'll give you this much.
>and even worse entry into the UC Gundam timeline
In terms of providing continuity and fanservice,I guess not.In terms of themes and characterization - it's all UC ever was about.
>The plot is all over the place
How so? It's pretty straightfoward.
>the characters are all fucking idiots that change direction faster than a chased squirrel
The only people that act stupid are the kids which is sort of the point.
>the actual fights are pretty poorly handled
I certainly don't agree with this at all. The battle at the end is absolutely fantastic.
So how do you deal with the fact that one of the big points of contention between Amuro and Char is Amuro's confusion at how Char has doubled back on what he talked up in Zeta?
Or are you just going to call 'Zetafag' rather than have to actually answer a question?
I'm betting the latter, but I'm feeling generous enough to give the benefit of the doubt.
A movie chronicling the end of the Char and Amuro rivalry for some reason felt like it needed to essentially give us an even shittier Katz plot for two thirds of its running time, the mind boggles.
Easily you can assume that the big speech ended up changing absolutely jack shit, and Char's frustration kept growing. He devoted most of his early life to avenge the death of his parents and without that driving force he struggled to find another cause worth fighting for.
But the cause he found wasn't one that he could easily accomplish. So he goes back to his roots, to his father's ideals. And he tries to make them real.
The return to those ideals could also explain why he started fixating on Lalah, a symbol of the Newtype his father spoke of.
It's fanon, sure. But that the movie doesn't deal with how things turned that way doesn't mean it wasn't possible. It makes it even more tragic because you don't really find out what broke Char that bad. And at the same it doesn't feel completely out of left field due to the way Char's usual charisma sells that insane plan.
I meant less in terms of explaining it, more how he can argue Zeta is irrelevant when it's prettymuch the biggest reason why Amuro's reaction to Char isn't "Well, Char's at it again" but rather "Come on, man! What the fuck?!"
The animation was fine, i didn't really mind it.
The pacing was acceptable but there were issues.
The only really unlikable characters were Quess and Hathaway, and that seems intentional.
It's not a bad movie, but it's got issues for days.
Plus he was completely right about Axis Zeon. Funny how no one on here ever points out that he's being made to work with the people who killed his birth parents and destroyed his colony.
Anyone else start liking Quess after rewatching CCA? Hathaway just gets worse.
>Hathaway turns on the Feds
>places the blame on them
>joins mafty: a terrorist organization
>changes his name
>steals the Xi Gundam (prutty kul mech tho)
>all for MUH LUV
>everything goes wrong
>his father sentences him to death
>right before he is executed ghost of Quess appears to him
>she saids he never loved him
>everything he did was for nothing
>Bright starts his own restaurant, living happily ever after.
I think it's because it's a shows worth of character development packed into a movie which make her seem insanely flighty, whereas if it were during 25-50 episodes it would seem more believable
There's already two other series full of nutty teenage newtypes. It's not unbelievable. Hell, Quess is probably more down to earth than most of the other newtype girls.
She's honestly the best example of manipulated newtype youth in Gundam and she was only in a movie. Damn, I wish CCA was an OVA. You're crazy if you think it needed 25-50 episodes for Quess' character to be believable.
"hey Katz, we're gonna join forces with Axis Zeon. We can kill TeeTons faster "
" I don't trust like that "
" stfu bitch"
Granted he acted pretty stupid at times and jumping the gun got him in serious trouble
He was at least right in his morality and he saw right through Haman.