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Days: 151.5
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Black Jack
Black Jack
Jul 13, 7:46 PM
Watching 10/12 · Scored -
Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san 2
Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san 2
Jul 7, 10:58 PM
Watching 1/? · Scored -
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Jul 6, 6:53 PM
Completed 25/25 · Scored 8
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Evatallica Apr 23, 2018 1:30 PM
You brought up some interesting points on your Madoka review but I find some of your arguments rather nitpicky and erroneous.

"This is especially true for Madoka. Madoka simply *does not* change. She sits in the background of the plot for its entirety (literally), and when its her turn for her 180, its unoriginal, uninspired, and contradictory to everything the show stood for. Its like everything she heard and saw went through one eye/ear and straight through the other. Her actions just don't make any sense, let alone her 'power' being complete BS dues ex machina and an undeserved one nonetheless."

I take big issue with this argument because it simply isn't true. Madoka did change, quite a bit over the course of the anime. She is initially a very passive character but overtime she begins to make more impactful decisions, such as when she tossed Sayaka's soul gem and breaking it to prevent her from fighting against Kyoko. While this was a foolish and reckless decision on her part, it revealed to the audience as well as the cast themselves that the bodies they use are essentially husks and that the soul gem literally contains their soul inside of them, as shown with Sayaka basically dying for a short amount of time. Not to mention Madoka working with Kyoko and finally her big sacrifice in the end in which she reconstructed the universe to ease the pain of magical girls. Madoka saw the demise of her friends and all of the rules of being a magical girl in order to make the perfect wish to get exactly what she wanted in the end. That last statement also goes along with one of the themes of the show, be careful what you wish for. All of her friends had their dreams crushed and ruined because they didn't think their wishes through hard enough, with them being extremely desperate as well as young teenagers who haven't experienced all that life has to offer. Madoka's actions make sense and are justified by the horrors the show puts her and the other magical girls under.

There's more I could say but I'll just settle with that for now on. Thank you.
Alcoa Apr 23, 2018 1:00 PM
Never expected that I would find someone who hates madoka as much as I do.
This is probably one of the most overrated series that I have ever watched and people kept calling it
a masterpiece so I trusted them and I wish if I diidn't.....