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04-18-12, 9:35 AM

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Didn't feel like crying during the whole anime.
 
04-19-12, 7:08 PM

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I didn't, but I still enjoyed it nonetheless. I COULD of, if I forced myself.
 
04-20-12, 11:46 PM

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Got teary-eyed but didn't cry as much as I did in Clannad or Angel Beats! The emotion was def. there though, knowing that she's really gonna be gone now but at least this time they got to do a proper goodbye. Quite bittersweet.

 
04-21-12, 11:24 PM

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I have never cried so much over an anime, which was the thing that surprised me for even though many other works such as Clannad and Angel beats did make me cry (Maybe a little tear here and there) nothing have ever made me react like that.
I do realize many found the ending with hide and seek (Example) silly, but i think it was the fact that it made it seem so innocent.
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04-28-12, 7:56 PM

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I did. I'm not very easily moved to tears, though I can empathize with the sad feelings lots of shows evoke.

I think the people who thought the end was "silly" didn't understand how the hide and seek pulled them all back into the time when they were all still kids... and thus all together. It should have been obvious, but none of them had really moved on; they were all stuck in the past. And in order for time to start moving for them again, they had to come to grips with the past.

What's so difficult about understanding that?

Angel Beats made me a little sad, made me tear up a bit, but not nearly as much as the last episode of AnoHana.

Then again, maybe I'm getting sentimental as I get older...
 
04-29-12, 9:16 AM

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Plenty of anime had snapped my tears out, but not this.

Ano Natsu had a brilliant ep. 1 (it even made me a bit teary), but it ran out of fuel very quick. A rare breed of drama that supposed to be shorter than it's actual length (while most of the rest rushed things too fast in the end)

Or maybe it's just me who failed to connect with the anime. Lately it's rare to found any anime that made me cry. The last series which I expect a lot is Angel Beats, but it failed. Finally the only anime who made me cried in the late one or two years is AIR (rewatch).
 
05-05-12, 6:38 AM

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I didn't cry because the episode was too "in your face" with trying to make the audience cry. Way too melodramatic.



Indeed, also it was quite a childish drama routine. Not very real. The little ghost girl and her wishes ain't something realistically tragic you can empathize with. She also freaking died like a gazillion years ago and this guys act like she died the previews day.
 
06-02-12, 5:57 PM

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Cried for Clannad. Did not cry for this.
 
06-03-12, 4:39 PM

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It seems that the more you can relate to the anime series the bigger the tear jerker it was. As in my case, it made me shed manly tears, even more so than After Story~.
 
06-08-12, 12:46 AM

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Did not cry while watching Ano Hana, cried for Clannad: AS.
Ano Hana's biggest flaw was superunnatural everyone's simultaneous cry burst scene (and as far as I remember it was also in the last episode so while the ending was touching it couldn't have done anything about that). Just reminding myself about it makes me think "How could you make something so ridiculous?"
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06-09-12, 3:32 PM

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I know I should've cried, but ultimately didn't.

I mean, it was brilliantly executed and all but I guess I just can't connect with crying for someone who's already dead.
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06-15-12, 7:35 PM

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The end was unintentional comedy.

I mean, am I really supposed to feel sad over a bunch of kids/teens crying and shouting in synchronization?, if anything, I laughed.
 
06-25-12, 1:33 AM

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I'm surprised so many people didn't shed a tear. Other than the end of Chrno Crusade, I think this ending made me cry the most.
 
07-05-12, 7:59 PM

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Exon said:
I think the ED had more effect on me that the actual drama lool.

I agree partially XD
I personnaly cried my eyeballs out literraly.
But the drama pushed me almost to tears then when the ED kicked in i cried...。・゚゚・(>д<)・゚゚・。IMO i don't think they forced the drama here either.I also cried cuz it kinda reflected on me .Not that i'm dead or something but just ....whathever this is getting long.=D
Conclusion: I DID CRY AND I'M PROUD
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07-06-12, 6:38 AM

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sadly enough i cried a bit....
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07-06-12, 6:45 AM

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The ending was sad, but waaaaay too melodramatic.

The field scene in episode 18 of Clannad: After Story is the only scene in anime that's made me cry.
 
07-13-12, 12:02 AM

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:P eh, i thought the ED was what really added the drama to the episode... When the song started playing I kinda got teary-eyed
 
07-13-12, 10:37 AM

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Romano- said:
The end was unintentional comedy.

I mean, am I really supposed to feel sad over a bunch of kids/teens crying and shouting in synchronization?, if anything, I laughed.


I can't even put into words how much I agree with you.
 
08-07-12, 11:46 AM

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I rarely cry in anime and Ano Hana didn't make me cry. I was prepared to (I even got out a tissue box) but I didn't. xD It was sad but I didn't cry.
 
08-07-12, 1:50 PM

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I cried my eyes out like a little bitch lol it was amazing in my opinion :)
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08-12-12, 9:00 PM

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I thought some parts were a little forced and lame, but there was enough that when the music kicked in, I still shed a few tears.
 
08-12-12, 9:03 PM

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Look at all the testosterone in this thread.

 
08-18-12, 12:07 AM

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Good lord, I know I didn't. -__- I mean, crying's great and all but I think there was just too much in this last episode, especially considering the fact that at least one character (Menma) cried in each episode.

Honestly, I felt so let down by this series towards the middle and especially by the ending. At the beginning, I never would've imagined cringing/laughing at the show's emotional climax...and seriously, Poppo? I was expecting it but after hearing everyone else's one-sided love story, Poppo's confession felt so random and out of place (so I just lol'd).

Anyway, when I think about it, I felt more teary-eyed in the first episode... >___> That's messed up....
 
08-18-12, 12:09 AM

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I didn't cry.
 
08-18-12, 12:17 AM

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I could barely even make it through the first episode. So no, I didn't cry during the last one because I didn't watch it.
 
08-18-12, 1:46 AM

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I didn't. I'm heartless. :(
 
08-18-12, 3:08 PM

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I cried a few times during the series, but the ending was far too forced and over the top, as stated may times before, to actually invoke any real emotions out of me. I even tried to make myself cry at the ending since everyone kept going on about how it's "THE SADDEST ENDING EVAR!!1!" and I'd feel bad if I didn't. It got me a bit teary-eyed but that's it.

No, you're not soulless if you didn't cry during this anime, or any anime for that matter.
 
08-18-12, 3:48 PM

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I didn't... the drama was kinda forced. But the anime is still good.
 
08-20-12, 6:28 PM

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I don't understand how it seems forced to people. I honestly think that people get embarrassed or nervous when others have such strong emotions that they don't know what else to do but laugh. I can understand not crying, or not thinking that it's sad, but forced? Idk I just feel like the emotions welt up was festered over YEARS. So if the final "reveal" was anti-climatic and soulless it wouldn't seem right. Just my opinion though.

Did I cry? Hellls yes.

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08-20-12, 6:35 PM

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im still crying, for gods sake.
What a beautiful anime!

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08-22-12, 12:22 AM

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I didn't cry :(
I really wanted to though... owellz
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08-23-12, 11:03 AM

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I didn't cry, but it was a saddish ending but still a good anime. The anime that made me cry was One piece, when the Merry go has to get burnt :'(

 
08-25-12, 5:56 AM

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Fuck. I dont know why, i didnt cry at all, i just almost cried, but didnt..... I thought theres an anime that can finally make me cry but no.. Anyway i will definitely rewatch this anime in the future, when i have less memory of it, to give myself a chance to see if i can cry. To see if i have a soul.....? o.o
 
09-03-12, 10:20 AM

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I never cried my whole life since i've graduated from being a baby.
Anime is not enough to make me cry.
 
09-03-12, 11:05 PM

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No, I did not cry. Getting teary eyed yes, but not cry. But this anime was very good. The ending may not have made me cry like Clannad, but it was still a great ending.
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10-22-12, 10:09 PM

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I don't know about "cry" but tears did fall when I was watching the last scenes, yes!
 
10-22-12, 10:13 PM

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I didn't cry, got a little emotional but that wasn't enough to get me for some reason.
 
10-23-12, 3:26 PM

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I was not crying but more on getting teary eyes. The series is good as I was able to relate, not by the death loss of a friend, but to maintain the strong friendship few years back.

In my opinion, if a person did not at least have not shed a tear in any episode or at least felt that you are in this character it means you have not experience some things in life.
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10-23-12, 10:39 PM

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I did but honestly I think it's more because of the the ED with that letter scene...AnoHana is a great anime I will never forget and would definitely rewatch again if I had the time, but will not make me cry again like I did whenever I rewatch Clannad.
 
10-30-12, 12:21 PM

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It was forced so no.

I have a sickness called gettingarousedbyhorieyui'svoice syndrome.
 
11-01-12, 2:55 PM

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I think the ED had more effect on me that the actual drama lool.
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11-01-12, 2:57 PM

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Everyone who can tell when emotional scenes are forced and too melodramatic for their own good.
 
11-04-12, 8:00 PM

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I cried. I got really into this anime, and loved it start to finish. I dunno, i just don't see what was so dissapointing about it.
 
11-29-12, 4:48 AM

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It felt a bit too forced to me, so much that I burst out laughing at one point when everyone starts crying at the same time. Or when they all take turns spouting their problems. Granted, I loved the series, but I can't stand such cheesy scenes. I also didn't like how they completely side-swept the whole unrequited-lovefest going on. I mean, it's the source of almost every ONE of their problems, and yet we leave it ambiguous at the end.
 
12-07-12, 7:21 PM

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I didn't.
 
12-07-12, 8:16 PM

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In my opinion, if a person did not at least have not shed a tear in any episode or at least felt that you are in this character it means you have not experience some things in life.
^ This right here. I envy you guys because you must be living the most blissful life ever.

So I'll just assume you guys have never lost anyone really dear to you (or in this case a close friend) and are all just a bunch of Key fanboys/fangirls then since you can't comprehend what all the characters are going through one bit if you couldn't get into anything that happened in this show, which shines the most in it's perfect beautiful and strong tear-jerking ending which was anything but forced unless you have no real experience in life other than being locked in your room (which pretty much seems to be case right here).

And yes, no supernatural Dragon Balls/light orbs bullshit to revive to everyone like in Clannad and all them other shows that people like to see so much in sad shows, because fuck logic if we can combine supernatural with slice of life instead of a real actual slice of life masterpiece which describes life after a lost one, reality, friendship, togetherness and love at it's very best.
 
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taki_takaishi said:
In my opinion, if a person did not at least have not shed a tear in any episode or at least felt that you are in this character it means you have not experience some things in life.
^ This right here. I envy you guys because you must be living the most blissful life ever.

So I'll just assume you guys have never lost anyone really dear to you (or in this case a close friend) and are all just a bunch of Key fanboys/fangirls then since you can't comprehend what all the characters are going through one bit if you couldn't get into anything that happened in this show, which shines the most in it's perfect beautiful and strong tear-jerking ending which was anything but forced unless you have no real experience in life other than being locked in your room (which pretty much seems to be case right here).

And yes, no supernatural Dragon Balls/light orbs bullshit to revive to everyone like in Clannad and all them other shows that people like to see so much in sad shows, because fuck logic if we can combine supernatural with slice of life instead of a real actual slice of life masterpiece which describes life after a lost one, reality, friendship, togetherness and love at it's very best.
Well I've lost someone close to me and I didn't cry while watching this anime, so you are wrong.

It felt forced, I don't care what you say. I've watched a lot of anime that are supposed to be sad, this is one of the most forced ones.

Are you an idiot? Having a ghost in the show is not supernatural?
 
12-07-12, 9:34 PM

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Are you an idiot? Having a ghost in the show is not supernatural?


It's not supernatural to the point where you have dragon balls reviving everyone back to life again. If you think that's not more supernatural, then idiocy would be the biggest compliment ever. But I guess people prefer that bullshit from real actual slice of life that stays true to itself and portrays reality for those who has lost someone dear to them (like a best friend/lover to understand) to it's best all the way without any deus ex machina to save the day and pretend like nothing happened.
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12-07-12, 9:49 PM

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Pers0na said:
taki_takaishi said:
Are you an idiot? Having a ghost in the show is not supernatural?


It's not supernatural to the point where you have dragon balls reviving everyone back to life again. If you think that's not more supernatural, then idiocy would be the biggest compliment ever. But I guess people prefer that bullshit from real actual slice of life that stays true to itself and portrays reality for those who has lost someone dear to them (like a best friend/lover to understand) to it's best all the way without any deus ex machina to save the day and pretend like nothing happened.
I never said it wasn't more supernatural, you said that Anohana had nothing supernatural in it. But it's supernatural enough to have a ghost that can write so anybody can see it, and then in the end everyone can see it.

A real slice of life, where did you get your certification to decide what's real slice of life or not? and by your own standards, Anohana wouldn't be a real slice of life because it has supernatural elements to it.

Clannad didn't have a dues ex machina, it was something that was in the story since the beginning. And anyways having a good dues ex machina and made me cry, would trump a boring story that didn't make me cry.
 
12-08-12, 12:50 AM

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Clannad didn't have a dues ex machina, it was something that was in the story since the beginning. And anyways having a good dues ex machina and made me cry, would trump a boring story that didn't make me cry.


"Something that was in the story since the beginning" yeah sure, except for the fact that it was non-existant until the last 5 minutes of the show where it turned out to be dragon balls. And to add on that, the show (like most Key stuffs) has only one-two sad events in them (which all gets dues ex machinad so everyone becomes happy again like nothing really happened), while each episode of Ano Hana fills you with so much emotions (only understandable for people who can actually connect and/or has experienced it in real life).

Oh, and I'm sure if that someone liked both series and cried in them, that person would definitely prefer Ano Hana because unlike Clannad, it doesn't cheat you off in the end like nothing happened and has actual good story telling that doesn't leave you asking a million questions only answered if you play the 100+ hours long VN.
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