As fans are pretty much familiar with Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion which is one such anime, that was later adapted into a trilogy of compilation films, Initiation, Transgression, and Glorification. Let us take a closer look into the details of the movie trilogy and the anime series.
Let Us Take A Look At The Specific Differences Between The Movie And The Anime Series!
However, the film received a somewhat mixed reaction from fans regarding the way the plot was dealt of the beloved anime. While compilation movies cut out superfluous characters who might not be necessary to the immediate story being told, anime takes their own sweet time to narrate.
Also not to forget that how cutting a full-length anime series down into three movies can really affect the storytelling while the anime captures the actual pacing and rhythm of the storytelling down much more naturally.
The Film Came Up With An Alternative Ending Unlike The Anime!
Some Fans we’re not thrilled when Glorification had a bit of a controversial ending in that it is different from the original ending of the series. However, the ambiguous ending allows fans to dwell upon the story a bit longer. Moreover, unlike the anime series, the film actually creates an entirely new world for the film, allowing us to think about the different ways this adventure could go.
Considering the fact that the movies were made about a decade after the anime series was playing on TV. This advancement implies that the technology to make animation has improved a lot since they originally animated the series. While the differences were different it gave a new perspective to each of the two things.