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Zoids: Chaotic Century Malayalam Full Movie Free Download
In the far reaches of the Milky Way, on the Planet Zi, there exists metallic life forms that posses superior fighting skills. These are the Zoids. Warriors by nature, Zoids have been used as the ultimate weapons in an ongoing war between the Imperial forces, and the Republicans of Planet Zi. A young boy named Van, born and raised on Zi, holds a strong fascination with Zoids. He develops a special friendship with a Zoid called Zeke, who is able to fuse with another Zoid, thereby enhancing its fighting ability. He also meets a girl called Fiona with whom he starts a journey of discovery to find out about her mysterious past.
In the far reaches of the milkyway, on a planet called Zi, there are powerful machines with superior fighting skills called Zoids.
When I was a kid we had this one-hour programming block on Cartoon Network right before we went to school. It was the on from 6:00 AM to 7:00 AM. Unfortunately, most of the shows they had on it weren't very good. When Zoids aired, now that was something to enjoy. In the very second episode we saw guns, bandits threatening villagers with guns, even priests retaliating with guns. Other networks still censor guns out of their children's programming. Zoids was the show to watch, and when I got to school and encountered my friends, that day's episode was the first subject of conversation. Imagine my surprise when I went back to rewatch and discovered that it was in fact an extremely awesome show.
The original Zoids is actually two different shows. The first, Chaotic Century, follows the adventures of Van Flyheight, a rambunctious fellow who finds a small dragon Zoid and a naked girl with no memory in some old ruins outside of his hometown. He names the Zoid Zeke and the girl names herself Fiona. Zeke, an organoid, has the power to drastically increase the capabilities of any normal Zoid, which is good because Van kinda sucks at piloting at first. Van and Fiona go on an adventure to find her memory, and are eventually joined by Irvine and Moonbay. In their travels they get pulled into a war between the Guylos Empire and the Helic Republic, they have to protect a prince from the evil machinations of Minister Sephiroth, er, Prozan, and are constantly harassed by the villainous Raven and his own organoid Shadow. It's a feel good adventure with a decent amount of peril (at 6:00 AM, anyways).
The second series, Guardian Force, takes place some time after Chaotic Century. Van is older and kicks serious butt. The Empire and the Republic join forces to establish the Guardian Force in order to combat a recent wave of Zoid terrorism, at 6:00 AM, right after 9/11 (Go Cartoon Network). The team consists of Van, Fiona, and some lech named Thomas. The first half of this series really suffers from filler episodes, but the show makes up for it. The second half is dedicated entirely to combating a short series of downright monstrous Zoids. It's extremely dark, and consists of seeing the Guardian Force come up with desperate plans strategies, watching them flee constantly or face annihilation, and watching cities get destroyed. Two of the more powerful Zoids are named the Genosaurer and the Genobreaker. That's Geno as in genocide, which is exactly what happens during Guardian Force, at 6:00 AM.
Van is a small town boy who wants to be a great Zoid pilot just like his father before him. He's the least original of the main characters, and you've seen this stock character before plenty of times but that's because it works. Fiona is a lot like Fina from Skies of Arcadia, or Melfina from Outlaw Star. The whole, "I don't know why I'm here, I'm socially awkward, can you help me find my purpose?" sorta thing. I'm almost inclined to believe she's another stock character, but she brings her own charm to the role and is easily my favorite anime character of all time.
Irvine is an enemy at first, and a daunting one too, but he eventually joins the group. He's Snake Plisken if played by Harrison Ford. He's got the headband and eyepatch, says cool things like "Never tell me the odds", and is generally pretty laid back when not being the only character in the group to carry a gun and kicking butt with it. Moonbay is a transporter who helps move Van and Irvine's Zoids around during long journeys. She's smart, but her vice is greediness. Yet while humorous, it never really becomes stereotypical in her case.
Van's arch rival is Raven, an anti-social punk who hates Zoids even more than he hates people. He gets two of the most daunting Zoids in the show, but it's him in the pilot seat that's really terrifying. When he obtained the Genobreaker during Guardian Force, you knew that very dark times were ahead for our heroes. During Guardian Force Irvine and Moonbay get turned into recurring cast, and Thomas is introduced as a main character. Thomas is kind of a jerk to be honest, and spends most of his time hitting on Fiona much to my confusion (well, if Van is an adult by the second season then Fiona must be, but still...).
The show has a cool main cast, but that's not what it excels at. Zoids has by far the best recurring cast in any show I've ever seen. For instance, the first episode introduces a bandit group. In many shows, this group would have been easily defeated and possibly killed (or destroyed, if 4Kids had its way). In Zoids they keep coming back and keep getting defeated. Again, not too odd, but any other show would imply that they were incompetent and turn them into a comic relief. Not Zoids. They are truly worthy adversaries for the first part of the show. They evolve as characters, grow on you, and even turn over a new leaf just before their unfortunate and sad demise. You love the good guys and despise the bad guys, no matter how insignificant they may be, and you almost always remember a character's name.
I don't know how to summarize the appeal of the Zoids themselves. Many scoff at the idea of animal shaped robots. Many are under the mistaken impression that Zoids rips off a number of series. These people are not very open-minded. Zoids kick butt, and so does this show.
When this show first aired, I was young, i used to get up every morning at 6:30 and watch this show, and when time zones changed,(I am from Arizona, no time zones) i would get up at 5:30 am. I was hooked and devoted to Zoids. Then it was time for the finally, the final four episodes, 63 episodes in the making and... the show cut off. Later, 10 years later, i researched the show and found out that the final four episodes had a delay on the English dub and Cartoon Network played it on their prime time slot, i had missed it. But luckily i tracked down the episodes and rewatched them all. Even 10 years later i was still intrigued with this story.
The main character, Van has flaws, he is young, impulsive, jealous, immature, and yet completely lovable. You get to see Van grow up and become a man. Its a character ark that spans the entire length of the show and gives you a real connection with him.
The story line is fantastic, yes the show is about giant fighting robots, but there is still so much depth. Such as, where do the Zoids come from? The people who live on Zi, are actually from Earth, who came and colonized the planet, only to find the Zoids. And while they used them as weapons, the have a very extensive past.
The main plot centers around a war between an Empire and a Republic, the all powerful Emipre has better weapons, more troops, and more money, whereas the Republic is fraught with flawed technology and poor leadership. As the show progresses, you find yourself just as conflicted as the characters on whose side you are rooting for. Character betray their commanding officers, switch sides and ride the line between good and evil.
Van is caught up in the war after finding a small Zoid in some ruins, later it is reveled to be an Orgnoid, one of the rarest and most desired Zoids. Upon returning to where he found the Orgnoid, he finds a strange girl, who posses amazing abilities. While searching for the secrets that unlock her past, meets a friends, enemies, and finds himself in the biggest conflict the planet has ever been in.
And as must as i like the show, its not perfect. The show reuses shots from previous episodes, which when watching a marathon, is obvious. Plus the English dub is sometime awkward and doesn't fit, which is to be expected since it was in Japanese first. And I am pretty sure they stole the music from Jurassic Park.
Overall a great show for kids and adults alike, i give it a 9 out of 10.
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