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Dec 13, 2015
Michiko is a gun crazed, foul mouth badass who might not actually be as awful as she seems at first. She rescues Hatchin, an orphan with a horrible foster home and takes her with her on her journey. To find a man named Hiroshi. Hiroshi is Michiko's long lost love and the birth dad of Hatchin. As they venture from town to town in a Latin based world. Like Mexico or Peru. Michiko is so hell bent on finding Hiroshi that she puts Hatchin in danger in almost every episode. But that seems to make Hatchin grow as a character. She goes from this little read more
Nov 19, 2015
Another bad ass entry. Seriously, I could live on Golgo 13 films, this time the quiet sharpshooter Duke Togo is out to stop the assassination of a presidential candidate by the ruthless Sonia, or Queen Bee as she is known for birthing many children. With a rockin pistol hand and body, this red hair plays by her own rules. So naturally she bangs Togo, but he knows his mission. But once certain things are reviled about Sonia, and the candidate's sinister second hand hires a ex army solider with an eye patch to finish the job, things get bonkers.

Perfect 90's anime cheese wrapped in read more
Nov 19, 2015
For the first ten minutes of INTERSTELLA 5555 I really didn't know what to think. The animation by Kazuhisa Takenôchi is really cool. Mixing old school formulas of 70's and early 80's art styles. With more realistic looking people while still giving it that goofy, anime feel. But the fact that it pretty much was a long ass Daft Punk music video wasn't helping much. I have nothing against Daft Punk, but rather that this film felt like it had no conventional story and the fact that there was no dialog hindered it a lot too. But after awhile I started finding a story within read more
Nov 18, 2015
A beautiful masterpiece that explores the world of two young girls. There names are Satsuka and Mae, they have just moved to the country side with their dad while their mom, who is ill is in the hospital. Underneath the stress and playfulness of these two girls lies a world all their own. it just happens to be inhabited by totoro's and cat buses.

"My Neighbor Totoro" is Miyazaki's fourth feature film and just like his others it is beautiful to look at and has a charming story, a bit more melancholy then his other works though. Not a whole lot happens in this film read more
Nov 18, 2015
I had the fortune of getting to see "Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind" on the big screen (for the first time ever!) in stark, 35mm film. It looked unbelievably beautiful, especially for a cartoon made in the 80's. Sure, it still had that 80's anime look to it and the soundtrack was totally 80's, but up there on the big screen, I don't know, it kinda took my breathe away.

The story of "Valley of the Wind" is pretty much like all his stories, which is the films strongest feature. Miyazaki knows how to tell a story. He creates these worlds, that he read more
Nov 18, 2015
It is very hard to deal with the death of a loved one. It's even harder to watch a child loose a parent at such a young age and the spouse, even though they must move on. Knows now that the person they married, they dedicated their love to is gone. This painful reminder sets up our story for the young Momo and her mother. Leaving Tokyo after the sudden death of her father, Momo and mom move out to a big island where the grandparents live. Now they must adjust to a new life, as Momo has difficulties with this, her mother fits in read more
Nov 18, 2015
Tenchi Muyo was one of my favorite shows to watch as a kid on Toonami every weekday when I would come home from school. It had everything. Action, romance, comedy and fantasy all combined into a half hour of greatness. IN LOVE is the first feature film of the Tenchi franchise, released in the golden years of anime, the 1990's. A space being known only as Kain has escaped space police custody and plans on traveling back to 1970 to kill Tenchi's mother, and destroy her and Tenchi's royal bloodline. After viewing some old videos Tenchi's mother mysteriously disappears from the film and Tenchi himself read more
Nov 18, 2015
Haru is your average, ordinary high school girl. Until she saves a black cat from getting hit by a truck, it all seems normal, until the cat stands on tow legs and speaks to her. Too make matters even crazier, that cat she saved is a prince from the cat kingdom, and his father the king wants Haru to marry his son, and become the princess of the cat kingdom. Of course, Haru doesn't want to and enlists the help of a suave, sophisticated Baron cat with his gargantuan cat sidekick Muto, as they must rescue Haru from the clutches of the cat king.

THE read more
Nov 18, 2015
SWORD OF THE STRANGER made by Bandi and BONES starts off rather slow, but builds up to a very satisfying ending if you like gruesome battles. We follow a young boy named Kotaro and his trusty dog in fudel era Japan as they are being chased by the Chinese Ming empire for unknown reasons. Upon almost being captured, Kotaro meets a ronin with no name who saves him. Kotaro doesn't trust him, like he doesn't trust many people, but no name is here to stay as he saves the kids dog and keeps him out of the hands of the Chinese. But as a feuding read more
Nov 18, 2015
What a huge surprise! I went into this movie completely blind as to what the You're Under Arrest! franchise was about. I hadn't watched the anime or read the manga, I didn't know who any of the characters were or their relationships to one another. But honestly, you don't really need to know anything to enjoy YOU'RE UNDER ARREST! THE MOTION PICTURE. It just jumps right into its own story, providing necessary background to all its characters, enough to know who is who and then gets right into its story, which I believe is a stand alone story that has nothing to do with the read more