I can't begin to tell you the specifics of anything that happened except for the various lazy twists slinged out toward the end that render your attention up to that point a wasted effort, because none of the specifics really amount to anything. Cool, but we've seen this before and it's unrealistic to believe that anyone but especially Motoko would feel more human when engaging a partner so inhuman and boring. Στην ιστορία θα συμμετέχουν επίσης, ο καταδρομέας Μπατού με το άγρυπνο μάτι του και ο επιθεωρητής Τόγκουσα από την αστυνομία της Νιχάμα. Other themes involve the difference between bodies and objects, losing track of identity when your body is switchable, etc. Central Flaw: Motoko the pussy. Also one interesting scene about old people with a new lives with a new cyborg bodies, living again, getting married etc. The chemistry with Kaworu makes no sense, and this is most evident in how Motoko is written as a completely different character in all of their Attack of the Clones-esque gallivanting.
During the investigation, Public Security Section's Daisuke Aramaki encounters Motoko Kusanagi, the cyborg wizard-level hacker assigned to the military's 501st Secret Unit. Ghost Tears is almost entirely exposition. There is no pacing, there are no deftly wrought symbols, there are no beautifully rendered settings, there is little to no actual directing involved. In short, she's a great example of a strong female character precisely because she's so much more than just a strong female: she's unpredictable. Similar to the first two parts of the Arise series, the mystery feels underwhelming mostly due to how little information is revealed, the loose pacing, and how quickly everything is pieced together. And this is not for lack of trying: the script is at ends with itself. I really enjoyed this one and I think it was the best on of Arise so far.
I don't think it was a bad romance at all actually, in fact its making Arise stand out in its own way. And the Logikoma got about one line. Easy as transcribing is I still wouldn't post, unless what I saw which seemed so obviously godawful to me had yet to be slandered as much as it deserved. A sexy and assertive Motoko leads an investigation into a terrorist organization whose symbol is the Scylla, an ancient sea-monster. She's a fluid character in a fluid environment; in every iteration she's shown to fluctuate between loyalty to external forces and roguish self-actualization at the expense of others.
If One Minute Warning and Stamina Rose can get stuck in your head theres no reason Arise can't do the same. It is more intricate than the first Arise, it has more plot twists, it does not sacrifice sense for suspense, and it was definitely better than the rather paper thin plot of Arise 2. Togusa was the addition to the team this time around but if you asked me what he did that so demanded his involvement I couldn't tell you, because I can't remember anything he did. Την έρευνα για την υπόθεση αναλαμβάνει ο Τομέας 9 της Δημοσίας Ασφάλειας. Recapturing the strangely charming aura of the original Ghost in the Shell 1995 while putting its own spin on Motoko's character, Ghost Tears is unique in its content but lackluster in its presentation: All in all a must-see for fans of the Arise series thus far.
She can't be pigeonholed into any one trope, because she's a complex character dealing with massive global, political, and philosophical issues - but always tempers them with her own individual existential concerns. Being the third installment to the Ghost in the Shell Arise series, Ghost Tears is quite the bombshell. Intro and ending music aside, theres nothing you will remember from this movie I am sure. The characters being put into the periphery is more glaring in Ghost Tears because they're sidelined for the dull romance. Preface: I usually don't bother to write reviews unless I find myself auto-forming a review in my head as I watch.
So it's a good thing I barely paid attention. In addition, the plot is also somewhat of a mixed bag. Now, Akira Hose isn't exactly character of the year. A little bit more specific will follow. I gave this episode a 7 not because there were any problems but just because it wasn't particularly outstanding in it succeeding categories.
Before I get into more detail, I have to say this was definitely my favorite of the Arise series so far, and I'm sure you will like this one if you enjoyed the last couple. However, this third episode lost me 100%. There's no grandeur to them joining, they don't even seem to play major roles in the proceedings deserving of their recruitment. If Hideo Kuze is a rock, Akira Hose is the water. So there's mindless violence on one end and needlessly dense exposition on the other end with no balance involved.
Ghost in the Shell: Arise - Border:3 Ghost Tears Third movie of Ghost in the Shell: Arise. And it's not even a budgetary concern because you can tell the budget was enormous, it's the fact the designs aren't sustainable for anything other than static close-ups. . Motoko herself is being watched by the 501st Secret Unit's head Kurutsu and cyborg agents. Motoko yearns to feel human so she has romantic relations.
As the story progresses, Mokoto and Akira's relationship eventually blossoms into a romance. And not only that scene. We've seen all this before, across two different installments of the franchise, and by this point the characters are just self-referents winking at the audience. So the plot had its own share of detail. Her colleagues, especially Batou, make fun of how fatuous and short-lasting this relationship is. The Niihama Prefectural Police detective Togusa is pursuing his own dual cases of the shooting death and a prostitute's murder. During the investigation, Public Security Section's Daisuke Aramaki encounters Motoko Kusanagi, the cyborg wizard-level hacker assigned to the military's 501st Secret Unit.