onara gouou is the most magical and amazing thing to ever exest on planet earth. If you ever plan to make an anime then take insparation from this show. This show realy makes you think. It makes you think of life and why the fuck your waisting it on yhis shit show, it also makes you wonder why this was ever made in the first place. The art is pure beauty. Everything is extremely detailed and colorfull. The sounds are so realistic and makes the truly amazing caracters even more outstanding. And of course i cant forget the truly legendary story about how onara goure
helped save the world and make it a better place both in the show and in real life because with this show your life and my lifeare so much better.
While at a first glance, one may think of this show as merely another ridiculous 'joke' attempting to disguise itself as a 'comedy,' this anime is, if not, the most captivating series that I have ever received the blessing to watch.
This show explores the constituents of human nature; what composes the mentality of an individual, and how they descend into the deepest abyss of despair.
However, no matter how prominent, how terrible, or how abysmal their problem is, the fart, Onara Gorou, can solve it. This fart is the definite embodiment of an element that has redefined wisdom. This fart is so wise,
that he has shrunken the extent of human ignorance, strengthening our perception of reality and providing us with thematic lessons that could potentially grant world peace.
Story - 10 (need I say more?)
Art - 10 (a beautiful palette of colors is used to enhance the already unique backgrounds and designs)
Sound - 10 (the fart noises are absolutely majestic and fill my mortal ears with otherwise unattainable pleasure)
Character - 10 (the fart is well-constructed and well-developed, helping to solve problems only a fart can solve)
Enjoyment - 10 (perhaps the most entertaining yet deep tale I have ever witnessed)
After watching this series, I now am not afraid to release my farts in the midst of public. In fact, I take pride and self-assurance in my farts, knowing that somewhere, someone is cured of their problems solely due to the gas excreted from my rectum.
This show has reformed me - both morally, emotionally, and physically. Presently, I experience absolute and utter bliss as a man who has relinquished all his worries and conquered all his problems. I have been reborn as an individual whose comprehension of the universe exceeds the limit of human knowledge.
Don’t be fooled by appearances! Onara Gorou is high art; a masterful, deeply deconstructive analysis of a long-held social taboo! It alters one’s perspective on its cultural significance, exploring such themes as fart romance and the meaning of life for digestive gases, and using these themes to demonstrate poignant, thought-provoking truths…
…What’s that? You think I’m talking out of my ass? Pffffft!
From the creator of such marvels as “Mr. Andou of the Forest” and “Salaryman Man” comes anime’s latest avant-garde classic! It follows the adventures of troubled individuals, who see their lives turned around as they get lectured by an old fart and his heroic inanimate
smiling sidekick – the true unsung hero, perhaps, for enabling such great deeds to happen while asking for no praise or even name recognition in return! This character is so deep, he contains another entire character that still seems like hot air by comparison! To top it all off, there's even a farewell catchphrase to go with it all!
I’ll admit, I got some chuckles out of this one, and one or two were legitimate, un-ironic laughs. Regretful, dumb and embarrassed laughs, maybe, but then I came to realize this only amplifies the show’s greatest message. Perhaps our obsession with insisting on higher-than-thou highbrow-over-lowbrow entertainment is all missing the point; why treat our silly little human senses of humour as somehow subhuman? Why downplay the easy comedic options simply because they aren't "refined” or “sophisticated” enough? If one finds them amusing, then maybe there’s no sense feeling embarrassed, or holding it in.
If I really must criticize anything, the only issues I can come up with are pacing problems and slow points, repetition, predictable punchlines, lazy writing, lazier presentation, overly-deadpan delivery to ever-diminishing effect, a soundtrack that's either cheesy or nonexistent, unremarkable sound design, ridiculous logic, and one-dimensional characters with instant and artificial development.
Go watch it, seriously. Experiencing this modern classic requires mere minutes of your time!
I have a number of serious and quite lengthy reviews in the works right now, so here is something quick and easy. The motherfuckers behind the much beloved President Trap Kun have struck again!
The plot is about a sentient, talking fart that sometimes solves problems. Everyone seems to know and absolutely adores the talking fart. The humor though "at least for the Japanese audience" actually doesn't revolve around the concept. Nope! Instead it's all about puns and comic wordplay that doesn't translate outside of Japanese. This is Vampire Holmes all over again!
This was drawn entirely by one person. I mean...yeah it sucks, but it's
pretty hard to animate something entirely by yourself on a tight schedule and zero budget.
Soundtrack: A live action band of cute women sing about "eating junkfood and farting without humanity or mercy".
Having a cartoon about a talking fart (or shit) isn't what makes this uniquely Japanese. That's the kind of joke White Americans in the 1990s would make. Ren and Stimpy and South Park for example. No, what makes this distinctly Japanese is that a show about a talking fart quickly turns into a bad Manzai routine. Come back next year, when this director inevitably makes a show about a queef that recites Rakugo poetry.