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It is the second year of the Kowa Period. The world has unified around the reorganize United Federation of Nations, and has enjoyed days of continuing peace, but now, that peace suddenly comes to an end. Suzaku, while travelling as the masked man "Zero" accompanying Nunnally on her visit to the refugee camp, is defeated by a mysterious Knightmare Frame, and the two of them are taken away. Following secret orders from Schneizel, Kallen, Lloyd and Sayoko infiltrate Zilkistan, the Land of Warriors, where they are attacked by a mysterious Geass user. There in Zilkhstan is a person named C.C., known to the assailants as the "former master". In the indomitable kingdom which once conquered even the great army of the Holy Britannian Empire, what do the people desire? Hope, or despair? The people of Zilkhstan Palace certainly know of Geass. What are they, and C.C., planning?
I'm normally the friend who isn't super critical of bad movies, and will enjoy something just for it's pure entertainment value despite glaring flaws and plot holes. That being said the characters acted out of character on several occasions in the film. The writers of the film seem to have forgotten that a particular character died in the original series and unnecessary added them in for no plot development nor with a explanation. The end of the movie leaves you speechless because it's the most out of character scene in the whole movie purely to cater fan service with no regards to the characters actual ideals. One person clapped at the end of the movie when I went to watch it in theater. The original show always had a air of mystery when explaining geass and C's world but would at least give you something to explain what was going on, however the movie writers took that as a liberty to be lazy and put no effort into explaining particular scenes important to the plot of the movie. The action was decent, tha animation and music where as good as ever. This was bad fan fiction(IMO) and apparently set In a alternate reality which is the only thing that makes up for the lack of care given to the movie. Honestly the plot and characters introduced where good, but a general lack of care for the characters spoiled the whole movie for me.
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