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Pennyroyal Tea wrote: They're both insane in their own ways. Its one of those few series that seem to have a million levels.


The series is less philosophical. Well the 2nd series returns to a more philosophicalapproach.

Thats what I love about GITS though. Thats how it grabs me.

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I started watching the series, but then they took it off TV. It was good from what I saw
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scorpionwarrior wrote:I started watching the series, but then they took it off TV. It was good from what I saw


When stage6 was still up you could watch both seasons and download them.

I would direct you to that site but it longer exsits. 8)

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I only know a site that has the solid state society sadly, nothing that has the actual series.
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Seen the 2 series and the 3 movies.

First movie is above everything, it's a masterpiece. It is closely followed by the 1st serie.
The only thing I didn't really like was the 2nd movie... but the rest is awesome. One of my all-time favourites: action and philosophy together, can't be easily beaten.

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Khorne wrote:Seen the 2 series and the 3 movies.

First movie is above everything, it's a masterpiece. It is closely followed by the 1st serie.
The only thing I didn't really like was the 2nd movie... but the rest is awesome. One of my all-time favourites: action and philosophy together, can't be easily beaten.


Do you mean GITS 2? Or soild state society?

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The one I didn't like so much was Ghost in the shell 2: Innocence. SSS was quite good, imho.

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Khorne wrote:The one I didn't like so much was Ghost in the shell 2: Innocence. SSS was quite good, imho.


I havent seen GITS 2 yet, I am dieing to though.

Although I have heard some people were disappointed by it, GITS has apparently never done well in japan. Thats why GITS 2 has a completely different name there.

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