Review: Gundam 00 The Movie: A Wakening of the Trailblazer
Gundam 00 The Movie: A Wakening of the Trailblazer is the sequel to the popular anime series Mobile Suit Gundam 00, which aired from 2007 to 2009. The movie was released in Japan on September 18, 2010, and later in other countries with subtitles or dubbing. The movie is set two years after the end of the second season of the anime, and follows the members of Celestial Being, a private military organization that uses advanced mobile suits called Gundams to end wars and conflicts around the world.
The movie introduces a new threat to humanity: a mysterious alien race called ELS (Extraterrestrial Living-metal Shapeshifters), which can assimilate any metal or living being they encounter. The ELS arrive on Earth using a derelict Jupiter exploration ship that was abandoned 130 years ago, and start attacking humans and machines indiscriminately. The Earth Sphere Federation, which has achieved peace and stability thanks to Celestial Being's interventions, tries to stop the ELS invasion with its own military forces, but fails to understand their motives or communicate with them. Celestial Being, meanwhile, decides to join forces with the Federation and other allies to protect Earth and find out the true purpose of the ELS.
The movie is a spectacular and epic conclusion to the Gundam 00 saga, featuring stunning animation, thrilling action scenes, and a complex plot that explores themes such as war, peace, evolution, communication, and understanding. The movie also showcases the growth and development of the main characters, especially Setsuna F. Seiei, the protagonist and pilot of the Gundam Exia. Setsuna, who has become an Innovator (a new type of human with enhanced mental abilities) due to his exposure to GN particles (a special form of energy used by Gundams), tries to reach out to the ELS and discover their true nature. Along the way, he also reunites with his old friends and enemies, and faces his own past and destiny.
Gundam 00 The Movie: A Wakening of the Trailblazer is a must-watch for fans of Gundam 00 and Gundam in general, as well as for anyone who enjoys sci-fi and mecha anime. The movie is available in various formats, such as Blu-ray, DVD, or streaming services. However, for the best viewing experience, we recommend watching it in 720p resolution with Indonesian subtitles. This way, you can enjoy the movie in high quality and understand every dialogue and detail. You can find links to download or stream the movie in 720p sub indo below.
The movie features a large and diverse cast of characters, some of whom are returning from the anime series, and some of whom are new or have minor roles. The main characters are the members of Celestial Being, who have gone their separate ways after the end of the second season, but reunite to face the ELS threat. They are:
Setsuna F. Seiei, the main protagonist and pilot of the 00 Qan [T], a new Gundam that can use quantum teleportation and communicate with other life forms. He is an Innovator who can sense the ELS and their intentions.
Lockon Stratos, the codename of Lyle Dylandy, the twin brother of the original Lockon Stratos who died in the first season. He is the pilot of the Zabanya, a Gundam that specializes in long-range combat and has multiple GN Holster Bits.
Allelujah Haptism, a former super soldier who has a split personality named Hallelujah. He is the pilot of the Harute, a Gundam that can transform into a fighter mode and has two GN Sword Rifles.
Tieria Erde, an Innovade (a genetically engineered human) who was killed by Ribbons Almark in the second season, but his consciousness survived in Veda, the supercomputer that controls Celestial Being. He can remotely pilot the Raphael, a Gundam that has a hidden mobile suit called Seravee II inside its backpack.
Sumeragi Lee Noriega, the tactical forecaster and leader of Celestial Being. She is in a relationship with Billy Katagiri, a former enemy who is now an engineer for the Federation.
Feldt Grace, the operator and communications officer of Celestial Being. She has feelings for Setsuna, but respects his decision to leave Earth.
Mileina Vashti, the daughter of Ian Vashti, the mechanic of Celestial Being. She is cheerful and energetic, and often teases Tieria.
The movie also features other characters from various factions and organizations, such as:
Saji Crossroad and Louise Halevy, a couple who were involved in Celestial Being's activities in the second season. Saji is now a journalist who covers news about space development, while Louise is recovering from physical changes caused by Ribbons Almark.
Marina Ismail and Shirin Bakhtiar, the former princess and advisor of Azadistan, a Middle Eastern country that was destroyed by war. They are now working for an NGO that helps refugees and promotes peace.
Graham Aker and Billy Katagiri, former members of the A-Laws, an elite military unit that opposed Celestial Being in the second season. Graham is now a commander of Solbraves Squadron, a special forces team that uses customized GN-XIVs. Billy is now an engineer for the Federation and Sumeragi's lover.
Kati Mannequin and Patrick Colasour, former members of the United Nations Forces and later allies of Celestial Being in the second season. Kati is now an admiral of the Federation and commands the Celestial Being station. Patrick is now a colonel and Kati's husband.
Descartes Shaman, an Innovator who works for the Federation as a captain. He pilots the Gadelaza, a powerful mobile armor that can use quantum brainwaves to control GN Fangs.
Meena Carmine and Leif Recitativo, two Innovades who work for Veda and assist Celestial Being. Meena is cheerful and friendly, while Leif is calm and serious.
Aeolia Schenberg and E.A. Ray (aka Amuro Ray), two scientists who were involved in creating Celestial Being and its technology. Aeolia was killed by Alejandro Corner in the first season, but his plan was carried out by Veda. E.A. Ray was Aeolia's friend and colleague who left Earth to explore space. a474f39169