Time of Eve Movie

Alt title: Eve no Jikan Movie

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Chobits

Chobits

Having failed to earn admission to a university, Hideki Motosuwa has moved to the big city, determined to study his hardest for next year's exams. However, an unusual distraction presents itself one unsuspecting day in the form of Chii, a robotic young girl that has been discarded in the trash. In a world where an increasing number of people turn to these 'persocoms' for company, the bonds and limits of human relationships are tested as flesh manages to fall in love with the machine itself...

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JAhU JAhU says...

Both Eve no Jikan and Chobits deal with human x AI (or more exactly android) relationships. Eve no Jikan is more serious, on the other hand Chobits has some comedy and fanservice in it. None the less, if you thought one of those was interesting, than you should give the other one a try.

Jayage Jayage says...

Chobits and Time of Eve are two anime that deal with the relationship between humans and androids.

Hal

Hal

Hal and Kurumi used to be lovers with dreams and aspirations, until one day a tragic plane crash tore them apart forever. To help mend his grieving granddaughter’s heart, an old man sends his android, Q01, to take Hal’s place and help Kurumi move on. But doing so won’t be easy, for Kurumi is resistant, and the android Hal will slowly come to realize the truth about the pair’s relationship...

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ApolloLight ApolloLight says...

Hal is movie taking place in japan if folllows the life of two charaters Hal and Kurumi. Hal has a great story will great with plot twits that are impossible to predicted. One major point which connects Hal and Time of eve is the story line and genre, some similar tags both moveies share are:

  • SCI FI
  • ANDROIDS
  • DRAMA
  • ROMANCE

YariMari YariMari says...

Both anime are dramas that focus on the relationship between humans and androids. They are fairly slow paced with a few heartwrenching moments.

Ghost in the Shell

Ghost in the Shell

A mysterious new hacker known only as the Puppet Master threatens to create chaos, erasing and rewriting the memories of his victims: humans who have cast away their physical body to become cyborgs. Is he an evil genius, or could he signal the beginning of a new age in the relationship between man and machine?

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JAhU JAhU says...

Both Eve no Jikan and Ghost in the Shell deal with the possibility of androids having mind of their own. While the style differs greatly both movies are quite interesting. If you like such sci-fi themes, you should definitely watch both of them.

Haibane Renmei

Haibane Renmei

A young woman quietly falls to the earth, escorted by a solitary crow. This sort of dream, as many other before have dreamed, comes just before being reborn as a Haibane, a charcoal-winged angel. On the outskirts of the walled-in city lies Old Home, a haven for Haibane to study, live, and learn, while waiting for their chance to ascend to the heavens and escape the confines of their new world. Rakka is the newest inhabitant of Old Home who wants nothing more than to remember her past and discover the secrets of her kind. Together with Reki, Kuu and plenty of other new friends, Rakka will laugh, explore, and search for the meaning of their existence in the process.

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JarOfFries JarOfFries says...

Both of these shows are totally amazing. More concretely, both Haibane Renmei and Time of Eve are slow-paced, dialog-driven and concentrate mainly on the development of characters and relationships. The depth of the characters in each show is complemented by the detail of the world-building, resulting in a highly engaging experience.

The Animatrix

The Animatrix

Witness the true beginning of the Matrix: how men created the machines and how those machines stood up against their masters, and the effects of the great war that waged between them, which in the end led to the fall of mankind. Watch the ship Osiris and its efforts to warn the remaining humans of the imminent attack; follow a champion who happens to break free from the Matrix; explore the exploitation of a glitch in the overall system; observe the story of the Kid and how he was found by Neo; travel with an investigator who tracks the well-known hacker Trinity; and learn the secrets of the Matrix in other wondrous ways.

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sobeit sobeit says...

You will like one if you like the other, both involve Sci-Fi aspects as well as machine sentience, where Animatrix emphasises the worst possible outcome being the war between man and machine, Time of Eve focuses on the relationships between man and machine if machines were able to achieve free will.

Armitage III Poly-Matrix

Armitage III Poly-Matrix

The year is 2179: humans and robots have colonized Mars. A newer Third-Type robot has been designed to interact undetected in human society. That is, until a man named D'anclaude discovers their secret and starts a movement to wipe them out. Armitage is a Third-Type that works for the police with her partner Ross, and now these two must rid the planet of D'anclaude and his evil plans.

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4EverDreamer 4EverDreamer says...

Both of these movies deal with the relationship between androids and humans. The humans begin to question whether androids are safe to live with. The stories examine what it means to be human, and the human-traits shared by machine. Can these two beings co-exist and share emotions? Armitage is more action-centered, but there is definately a link between these two anime movies.

Key the Metal Idol

Key the Metal Idol

Murao Mima has created a robot daughter named Key, but after raising her for a very short time, Mima dies, leaving behind cryptic messages telling Key how she can become human. Key must struggle alone to learn the harsh lessons of life and search for the 'key' to her own dream: the power of 30,000 friends to make her a real human girl.

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Hotori: Tada Saiwai o Koinegau

Hotori: Tada Saiwai o Koinegau

A young boy named Ryo perished in an accident long ago, and at his parents’ wishes he lives on through an android named Suzu. He must regularly have Ryu’s memories artificially injected into him, and undergo a series of tests at the personality plant he resides at. During a session testing his motor movements, Suzu loses a baseball inside another building and goes exploring; there, he meets a young girl of the same age named Hotori. Though Suzu is an android, he still is able to present human emotions, and feels disheartened when he learns that Hotori rarely leaves the room. More importantly, Hotori suffers from a disease in which her memory rapidly deteriorates. Suzu and Hotori soon form an intimate bond, and question what it really means to live.

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Plastic Memories

Plastic Memories

After failing his college entrance exams, 18 year-old Tsukasa Mizugaki is offered a position at the renowned SAI Corporation due to his father’s connections. SAI Corporation is known for its production and management of androids that possessed human emotions called Giftia. Tsukasa’s position is in the terminal service department where the main job is to recover Giftias that are close to their expiration, a graveyard department in every sense. To make matters worse, Tsukasa is ordered to work with Isla, a female Giftia who is never given any responsibility other than serving tea to co-workers.

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Kowarekake no Orgel Special

Kowarekake no Orgel Special

One day, while Keiichiro is out at a job interview, Flower decides that she’d like to do something nice for her master to make him feel better. After seeing a cooking show on television, the naïve android decides to head the shops to buy some vegetables. But will she be able to find the ideal ingredients that will revitalize the tired Keiichiro?

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