MyAnimeList.net

Anime Information
Forums

Recent Posts | My Watched Topics | My Ignored Topics | Search

The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya Movie Discussion
MyAnimeList.net Forum »» Anime Discussion »» Series Discussion »» Suzumiya Haruhi no Shoushitsu »» The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya Movie Discussion

Pages (44) « First ... « 2 3 [4] 5 6 » ... Last »
View Poll Results: The Vanishment of Haruhi Suzumiya Episode 1 Discussion
5 out of 5: Loved it!
 
1274 89.47%
4 out of 5: Liked it
 
103 7.23%
3 out of 5: It was OK
 
32 2.25%
2 out of 5: Disliked it
 
6 0.42%
1 out of 5: Hated it
 
9 0.63%
Voters: 1424

04-10-10, 7:31 PM

Offline
Joined: Apr 2009
Posts: 2686
9.06

It is technically #2 right now.

Damn, I was hoping to wait for a proper DVD release but all this feedback has tempted me enough to watch the camrip.
 
04-10-10, 7:48 PM

Offline
Joined: Nov 2009
Posts: 2035
Essentially, if you like time travel, this is a show for you.
I am somebody who feels satisfied connecting the dots without having the show point things out for you. The whole use of the 3 years ago setting was executed well compared to the 15,000 times golden week was used. BTW, i think i remember Kyon making a comment about the extra pair of shoes when he returns to the future or something.
I was expecting something more interesting to happen when Kyon woke up and was reunited with the real world, but nope nothing happened. QQ
At first i thought it was mikuru that turned back time from that guilty look, but obviously i was wrong =(
 
04-10-10, 8:49 PM

Offline
Joined: Jul 2009
Posts: 6
Posted this in another thread so I'll just copypasta.

I also saw it due to some help from Mazui. I've read all of the books, and this is one of the best book-to-movie adaptions I've ever seen. I thought it was excellent. I also gave it a 10/10. Can't wait till BD rips.

This almost makes up for E8....almost.
 
04-10-10, 9:58 PM

Offline
Joined: May 2008
Posts: 5211
that was awesomeeeeeeeeeee

Awesome Sig by Lailide
 
04-10-10, 11:21 PM

Offline
Joined: Feb 2010
Posts: 149
Haylias said:
9.06

It is technically #2 right now.

Damn, I was hoping to wait for a proper DVD release but all this feedback has tempted me enough to watch the camrip.


Doooo it!

Really makes up for the endless 8.
Modified by sexiji, 04-10-10, 11:25 PM
 
04-10-10, 11:28 PM

Offline
Joined: Dec 2007
Posts: 900
fri said:
Meddigo: You're right, but all those events build up the plot, without which the movie wouldn't be interesting to watch at all.


But those things didn't really do anything to advance the actual plot. The only thing that advanced the plot was when Kyon's friend knew where Haruhi was. Had Kyon asked that friend about Haruhi the first time he saw him after the world was changed, then we could have skipped at least 90 minutes of this movie.

That's my real problem really, was the plot. It was stagnant until Kyon met up with Haruhi again, and that's what, 2 hours into the movie?
 
04-10-10, 11:55 PM

Offline
Joined: Mar 2008
Posts: 1608
Well I think that before Kyon met Haruhi movie was also interesting. As he tried to find out what happens or when he found a message from Alien Nagato... And if at the beginning Kyon ask Taniguchi where is Haruhi it would not be this much Nagato x Kyon^^
Without all this movie could be much weaker.

I love ending theme...
Modified by Saygram, 04-11-10, 12:03 AM
 
04-11-10, 1:06 AM

Offline
Joined: Apr 2009
Posts: 2686
That was amazing on so many levels. Instead of making a long winded paragraph, let's just make a checklist of things they nailed.

Godly Animation? Check.
Gorgeous scenery? Check.
Amazing music? Check.
A story that keeps you thinking? Check.
Emotional maelstrom? Check.
Perfect adaptation? Check.
Edge of your seat? Check.
KYON GETTING HIS ASS STABBED? Check.
Moe Nagato? Check.
Long haired Haruhi? Check.
Correct shipping? Oh, so checked.
 
04-11-10, 2:09 AM

Offline
Joined: Jul 2009
Posts: 62
Cool so it hit the 1# while I was sleeping
 
04-11-10, 6:14 AM

Offline
Joined: Apr 2008
Posts: 4848
10/10
Totally recovered from the despair of Endless Eight

100% thumbs up on long hair haruhi and moe yuki XD

Haruhi is kinda annoying before especially in the Endless Eight, but what she has shown in this movie was rather very respectable. Plus point for Haruhi.

So the "restoration" that Kyon's saying in the end of movie is where he save himself from Asakura, right?

Oh yeah, I don't know about the novel and I don't want to be spoiled so how far did the anime cover? If I'm not wrong the anime already covered 2 volumes?
Modified by Sylpheed, 04-11-10, 6:29 AM
 
04-11-10, 6:46 AM

Offline
Joined: Jan 2009
Posts: 192
Sylpheed said:
10/10
So the "restoration" that Kyon's saying in the end of movie is where he save himself from Asakura, right?

Oh yeah, I don't know about the novel and I don't want to be spoiled so how far did the anime cover? If I'm not wrong the anime already covered 2 volumes?


Yes, he has to save himself from Asakura. He's going to wait a while though.

It covered the whole novel. If we're talking about the mangas, then I don't know. It would be longer than 2 volumes though.
 
04-11-10, 7:06 AM

Offline
Joined: Nov 2009
Posts: 2035
Thornlock said:
Cool so it hit the 1# while I was sleeping

Endless eigh was just a foil for this. ;)
Everyone is overjoiced now and is giving it awesome scores. There is also the fact that everyone who watched this was willing to survive through the camrip. I can see the score going down when the DVD release comes out and the non-fans are able to watch a better version.
 
04-11-10, 7:08 AM

Offline
Joined: Apr 2009
Posts: 2686
I'm going to bump my score down to 9 all because I can't believe (in retrospect) how big an asshole Kyon was to give Yuki back the club entry form before he left.

Dick move, man, dick move.
 
04-11-10, 7:21 AM

Offline
Joined: Dec 2007
Posts: 1303
I think I can forgive them for endless eight now. Hurray.

Best movie ever.

Simply epic.

10/10 hands down.
 
04-11-10, 7:58 AM

Offline
Joined: Mar 2008
Posts: 1608
Vinhthehero said:
Sylpheed said:
10/10
So the "restoration" that Kyon's saying in the end of movie is where he save himself from Asakura, right?

Oh yeah, I don't know about the novel and I don't want to be spoiled so how far did the anime cover? If I'm not wrong the anime already covered 2 volumes?


Yes, he has to save himself from Asakura. He's going to wait a while though.

It covered the whole novel. If we're talking about the mangas, then I don't know. It would be longer than 2 volumes though.


Huh? Movie is just vol 4 And the whole LN has 10 volumes.
 
04-11-10, 8:00 AM

Offline
Joined: Jan 2009
Posts: 192
Saygram said:

Huh? Movie is just vol 4 And the whole LN has 10 volumes.


I guess that was misleading. I meant that it covered the whole 4th light novel.
 
04-11-10, 8:10 AM

Offline
Joined: Nov 2009
Posts: 2035
Haylias said:
I'm going to bump my score down to 9 all because I can't believe (in retrospect) how big an asshole Kyon was to give Yuki back the club entry form before he left.

Dick move, man, dick move.

I agree that it was unneccessary move, but he said after that he already belonged here in the club room, and his first priority was the SOS Brigade. If you want you can think of him getting stabbed as justice for this. Plus (in retrospect) it was her fault he was put through the whole ordeal in the first place.
 
04-11-10, 8:53 AM

Offline
Joined: Mar 2008
Posts: 1608
But in the end Kyon regained some points. So it's OK.
 
04-11-10, 9:05 AM

Offline
Joined: Apr 2008
Posts: 4848
helur said:
Haylias said:
I'm going to bump my score down to 9 all because I can't believe (in retrospect) how big an asshole Kyon was to give Yuki back the club entry form before he left.

Dick move, man, dick move.

I agree that it was unneccessary move, but he said after that he already belonged here in the club room, and his first priority was the SOS Brigade. If you want you can think of him getting stabbed as justice for this. Plus (in retrospect) it was her fault he was put through the whole ordeal in the first place.


Agreed it was somewhat like Kyon aimed for more rather than choosing the atered world (to escape from his own troubesome world).

I felt Yuki but Kyon's follow-up pulled her tears back.

Vinhthehero said:
Saygram said:

Huh? Movie is just vol 4 And the whole LN has 10 volumes.


I guess that was misleading. I meant that it covered the whole 4th light novel.

So yeah the movie covered the whole volume, that's as far as I know. My question was, including The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, the Endless Eight, and this movie, how many volumes did that cover?
 
04-11-10, 9:10 AM

Offline
Joined: Jan 2009
Posts: 192
Sylpheed said:
helur said:
Haylias said:
I'm going to bump my score down to 9 all because I can't believe (in retrospect) how big an asshole Kyon was to give Yuki back the club entry form before he left.

Dick move, man, dick move.

I agree that it was unneccessary move, but he said after that he already belonged here in the club room, and his first priority was the SOS Brigade. If you want you can think of him getting stabbed as justice for this. Plus (in retrospect) it was her fault he was put through the whole ordeal in the first place.


Agreed it was somewhat like Kyon aimed for more rather than choosing the atered world (to escape from his own troubesome world).

I felt Yuki but Kyon's follow-up pulled her tears back.

Vinhthehero said:
Saygram said:

Huh? Movie is just vol 4 And the whole LN has 10 volumes.


I guess that was misleading. I meant that it covered the whole 4th light novel.

So yeah the movie covered the whole volume, that's as far as I know. My question was, including The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, the Endless Eight, and this movie, how many volumes did that cover?


All of volumes 1-4, Endless Eight was a chapter in volume 5 and so was The Day of Sagittarius. We have yet to see Snow Mountain Syndrome animated because it takes place after the film. Live A Live and Episode 00 were chapters in Volume 6. You can see the timeline here.
 
Top
Pages (44) « First ... « 2 3 [4] 5 6 » ... Last »
Help     FAQ     About     Contact     Terms     Privacy     AdChoices