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Jan 14, 2020
Ok, so, I've just come back from the theater where I went reluctantly. Though Makoto Shinkai is one of my favourite film director, I had a bad feeling about this one. I thought I was going to be disappointed, but this is even beyond disappointment.

Some forums on MAL raise the question of the enjoyment of an anime who has lacks in its story and in its characters when the art and sound is great. I've always thought an anime couldn't be "saved" if the lacks in the story and in the characters were too important. Well, this movie is the perfect example of an anime read more
Oct 1, 2019
I'm not a yuri adept.
Indeed, it's the first time I've read a yuri.
I had watched one yuri named Sakura Trick, which I found cute but limited. After that first experience with yuri, I was hoping to find one which would be something more than just cute. And I've found it with Yagate Kimi ni Naru.


The basis of the story is quite basic and might not be the main asset of Yagate Kimi ni Naru.
The main character, Yuu Koito, seems unable to fall in love. She meets a senpai, Nanami Touko, who is very popular but rejects systematically everyone who confesses to her. read more
Jan 4, 2019

Uchiage Hanabi, Shita kara Miru ka? Yoko kara Miru ka? is a weird animation movie.
So weird I couldn't tell 1 hour after watching the movie if I liked it or if I disliked it.

There are 2 ways of watching Uchiage Hanabi.

The first one is to see that there's almost no story and almost no character development. The only good things are the art and the sound. So basically, it's an empty shell and it doesn't deserve a good mark.

The other way of watching it is to wonder why there is almost no story and no character development. I could be read more
Nov 29, 2018
First of all, I must say I first read the manga and this adaptation rather disappoints me. Let me tell you why.


Sakamichi no Apollon takes place in Japan of the late 60's.

Basically, it's about a transfered student called Kaoru Nishimi who is alone and who is going to make friends and discover himself a passion for jazz at the same time.

The plot, beyond being very basic is interesting for two main reasons :
- I know few anime which take place in Japan of the 60's, which is interesting to see how it was like back then, politically, musically... Don't expect too much though read more
Jan 16, 2018

Ousama Game is an anime that MUST NOT BE WATCHED IN A LITTERAL WAY !
If you're not able to laugh at stupid deaths, just don't watch this anime.

For me, this adaptation was quite enjoyable.

I first read the manga and was wondering if an adaptation could really be interesting. And the answer is yes.

Well, if I should compare the manga and the anime, I would say the adaptation perfectly follows the story. However, this anime is an adaptation of the first two arcs, which might be a bit confusing for those who have not read the manga. Personnaly, I liked how they read more
Jan 15, 2018

If you're hesitating to watch Re:Creators, I would advise you to give it a try. But, after a few episodes, if you're not enjoying it, you should drop it. If I say that, it's because I was trapped by this anime. I wasn't enjoying it at all, but I was telling myself : "Wait ! It's going to get better in a few episodes !". But it's not (except from 2 episodes near the end) !


The main asset of this show is in its reversed concept. Usually, in anime, people from the real world end up read more