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Jun 15, 2021
"Grandma, the outside is not scary at all."

Josee, the Tiger and the Fish may have had a slightly bumpy start, but it knows its own strengths and uses it to build its momentum. At its apex, this film shines in all its beauty and fills you up with all sorts of emotions. What you will witness from this anime is the clear result of a passionate team that knows how to delicately craft a story that is able to stand out among the crowd of modern anime.

Josee's story contains several tropes, including cliche ones, but it is able to execute them when time is appropriate read more
Dec 3, 2020
I could not believe my eyes.

Kyoto Animation, you god. Violet Evergarden has always tried to entail one single story, Violet tries to find the meaning of love. In this movie, it reiterates this concept and pushes it to a whole new level. Humans have emotions, and so does Violet. Despite us being granted the power of feeling emotions, Violet does not. This beautifully crafted story of a somewhat coming-of-age romance film will go down as a classic in the future.

To start, Violet Evergarden Movie took the risk of running 3 stories in one movie—Violet’s story, Yurith’s story, and the really minor one that started the read more
Nov 14, 2020
"The meaning of the phrase 'Yukishiro' is about the image of love."

I love Senryuu Shoujo. Out of all the manga I've currently ever read, Senryuu Shoujo comes out on top with a solid 10/10. This is what I want, a rom-com with little to no forced drama, an extremely cute couple, and a fantastic art style. The story may seem to be a long burn to others, but to me, it feels like their endurance of love.

The story itself comes to be as straight-forward and simple as it gets. Nanako, a girl who has trouble communicating normally and uses Senryuu, a form of Haiku, to read more
May 7, 2020
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Alright alright. When I first took a glance at BNA, I felt that it was going to be something pretty cool and awesome. Well, was I wrong, or was I right? I’d say neither. BNA is a show that shows the darker side of the world if beastmen really existed.

Firstly, I was pretty shocked to find out that BNA was 12 episodes instead of 24. The setting and everything made it feel like it would have lasted a lot longer than what it actually is. The world-building and everything made you have an easy understanding of what is going on with their world and read more
Apr 4, 2020
Boku no Hero Academia 4 was one of the most underwhelming of the series I’ve seen yet but also the most exciting season I’ve seen yet. The transition between Season 3 and Season 4 was mainly the cause of the first arc being underwhelming and awkward to even begin with. Despite this, the series was still able to barely push out of the boulder it trapped itself in and put momentum into it.

Despite the first arc being called dragged out by many people, I would beg to differ. The first arc may not have been as straightforward as how a shounen anime should have been, read more
Feb 14, 2020
For Index/Railgun fans who have been following since the debut of Toaru Majutsu no Index, anime or not, aren't you all excited for the new season of Railgun after literally a decade? Personally, I am not one of those people who have been following the Index series since that long time ago, however, a fan is still a fan no matter how old or new are you to the series isn't it?

With that being said, J.C. Staff honestly flopped season 3 of Toaru Majutsu no Index that was released just 2 years back during 2018. And then last year came Toaru Kagaku no Accelerator, was read more
Oct 28, 2019
"I just wanted to see her smile again."

Well, well. What have I got to say... That was some pretty good words coming from a guy who has spent so much time trying to get her to wake up again. This Sci-Fi romance film was something I wouldn't have expected to be extraordinary, I kind of kept my hopes down for the entire film. But after watching the movie, it felt... decent? good? I was confused at that point. However, what I CAN say is that the romance was implied pretty strongly on the main character. Spending 10 years to save a girl you literally read more
Sep 11, 2019
THIS IS A MUST WATCH!!! Is what I would say if I was one of those commercial companies. Like, I mean, if you love Tenki no Ko so much that you'd watch the advertisements as well then go ahead. It really won't use much of your time, only 30 seconds per commercial ad you watch.

The sound is pretty dope since they used the OSTs in the advertisements and the OST is by the one and only RADWIMPS. If you don't mind a bit of commentary over the music, that's of course.

Honestly though, MAL somehow loves to put commercials on their page like it's normal read more
Sep 9, 2019
Time to flood this review section with my showering praises! Bad joke sorry. Being serious though, if I want to summarize Tenki no Ko with one phrase, that will be, lacking of confidence to make bold moves. Yes, I actually said that on a film that our best boy, Makoto Shinkai made. He has always made really bold moves on his movie with no drawbacks at all. However, Tenki no Ko felt different. It felt as if he was being nervous when he was producing this film, there was that sense of nervousness inside the story. Not a smart play there, my friend, many people read more
Sep 7, 2019
Believe me or not, this anime is not bad at all. Umaru-chan is genuinely a really funny show, something that isn't as bad as what many people say out there. Now that I've made my effort to clear out the random crap, let me properly make my review on this anime.

Umaru-chan focuses the most on 2 people, Umaru and her brother, Taihei. This brilliant show presents the 2 sided sister paired up with basically one of the best brothers you can ever find in this universe. Umaru, a top over-exceeding student, is a totally different person when she is in her home. She transforms into read more