Kidô senshi Gandamu II: Ai senshihen
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Mobile Suit Gundam II: Soldiers of Sorrow More at IMDbPro »Kidô senshi Gandamu II: Ai senshihen (original title)

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A classic continues....

Author: (cpm6@keene.edu) from Keene NH USA
27 December 2000

Condensed from the middle section of the television series, Gundam Movie II has 30% reanimated scenes, so, despite some dated animation, there is some nice eye candy if you look for it. Unlike the previous installment, this Gundam movie takes place entirely on Earth, as Amuro and the White Base crew deal with Zeon ace Ranba Ral,A trio of ace pilots known as Black Trinary, spies and their old enemy Char Anzable. Char remains largely absent for most of this volume, as the focus shifts to the main protagonists, Amuro Ray and Sayla Mass. This movie's a little slower compared to the other two, but you'll probably enjoy it nonetheless.

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