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Feb 5, 2019
Mudai (Anime) add (All reviews)
This was a damn good short, though it may resonate with artists/creators more than others.

I understand that this is technically a music video, but as I cannot understand Japanese, it was impossible for me to judge the relation of the song, lyrically, to the story itself (bear in mind that I have read the translated lyrics and can acknowledge their fitting relation to the story, but without hearing it in English as the scenes play out, it's difficult to judge this aspect). Other than saying that I really enjoyed the music and found the passion of the song's more intense moments to be fitting of read more
Feb 3, 2019
What happens when you combine the genius of Alfred Hitchcock and Stanley Kubrick with the anime medium? Satoshi Kon's Perfect Blue. This film is a clear-cut representation of what the psychological thriller genre should entail, and takes the viewer through a roller coaster of riveting sequences that leaves one questioning the inner workings of the human psyche. Rarely do I watch a movie twice in the same week, but after a few days of letting this one sink in, I just had to see it for a second time. I can without a doubt say that this is a masterpiece, and as an avid fan read more
Feb 2, 2019
Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen (Love is War) is a fresh take on the highly saturated rom-com genre, and takes a rather unique approach with how it handles its humor. While these kinds of anime will inevitably only appeal to a certain audience, I think that any fan of the genre, or witty comedies in general, will have quite an enjoyable time with this one.

Story: 7

Kaguya-sama: Love is War is about the two leading members of the student council at a highly prestigious academy for the wealthy, reserved for only the most elite of the modern society. While this alone could be a read more