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Dec 2, 2019
I am a big fan of the Psycho-pass series and manga.

I figued it would be best to clearly state this in the beginning instead of casually bringing it up at the end.

This series is not over, but I plan to come back to this review and add to it once it is over seeing as I am posting this now at a halfway point.

Psycho-pass three is much better than psycho-pass two in the sense that if you have not watched the first season you might not fully understand the vocabulary or specifics...but you'll be able to fully understand what is happening in read more
Jun 11, 2019
I didn't hate it, but I guess I didn't feel interested. IT like much like watching a childs video...the power of friendship, family, love, and happiness, gets kind of old. I remember a specific scene where a girl isn't overpowered by someone she is related to because blood relatives don't hold as much power as a true friend (or something. not a spoiler because it is probably not exact)
But pretty sure the type and hate is a PR stunt. I don't care its an average shounen if you like this genre. IT is like JoJo where everything is being explaiend like we have no idea read more
May 27, 2019
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The art is fantastic, the story starts out excellent along with the characters, but thenn it falls flat on its face. Unless you are a fan of strictly romance anime that revolves around boys love....this will be disapointing .

The show starts out with what myself and many others were excited to see. A story about utopia world where the elite of society live in a blissful ignorance. There's even a hit of some human game type aspects in the first episode.

There's no mystery because there's nothing we don't know, and you don't feel excited for the next episode because there is an read more
May 26, 2019
Not great, because it was pointless. I will agree with some other posters, I think this was created in hopes of giving viewers what they want...but the problem seems to be lack of creativity. Regardless of where the story comes from, when you create it as a visual show or becomes something of its own.

I think Koutetsujou no Kabaneri is a great example of a show being created in hopes of being a success...not that all shows shouldn't strive for success...but they should strive to recreate a vision of some sort. I mean, balance is good in everything. For example, having a very read more
Apr 22, 2019
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure in general is an interesting show because I don't like it for a very specific reason. I dislike Jojo because I cannot ignore the fact people explain the plot or fight moves while standing by spectating. Yes, sometimes the show will poke fun at itself with Jojo saying "Why are you just standing there" (or something to that effect) but I just can't. It reminds me of shows where suddenly the hero gains some ridiculous power or strength because love, friendship, or intense emotional states. Bleh.

Like "Oh my god, look! He isn't digging in the ground, he's building up forceful energy read more
Nov 17, 2018
I'll get to the point. This is an entertaining show that I personally find to be okay because of its philisophical aspects and sort of a parody of the typical 'i want to save the weak!' kinda guys who go on to do heroic things with strong background music, lighting, and facial expressions of onlookers that all point torwards the 'right thing to do'. But in my opinion, it points out something comedians have poked fun at since superheros started becoming mainstream. When a villian attacks a town...SO many people die. When a hero tries to save people, sometimes 5+ people get cut in half. read more
Aug 20, 2018
Look, I don't know how anyone would say this is bad but we all are different. The story is a bit confusing but once you catch on it is really an interesting plot. Essentially agu are genius's at a particular skill or trade (Mozart) that were kidnapped instead of dying at a young age (which is what history and present day people think) and are enslaved and sold to people/passed down to create essentially a fraud genius. I won't go any deeper to ruin the plot but it is very interesting take on maybe human trafficking or morals our modern world talent seems to read more
Aug 11, 2018
How would I sum up Happy Sugar Life? Well, if we were to literally cook up this anime the recipe would be: 1/2 a cup of edgy, 1 1/2 cups of lolita fanservice (the almost illegal kind), extract from future diar-like crazy, and a half a cup of story.

It isn't bad...but it isn't good. It is confusing and feels like it should be a female romance novel but i am almost certain it isn't. I don't know how i feel about it. I don't know if i feel bad for the mc or creeped out. Sometimes I wanted to close out and stop watching read more
Aug 11, 2018
So far there isn't much to write about but i did want to create a review for those who love the horror/psychological/thriller genre!

While this isn't the best ever, compared to what we have in terms of the above mentioned genres...i'd say this is a fairly good watch. So far, it has taken some unexpected but not totally amazing twists and turns. Rachel is a bit confusing of a character, and the male MC seems a bit out of touch with his own feelings., While we get a glimpse into who he is, Rachel still remains a bit of a mystery. I will add, and read more
Jul 4, 2018
I am not sure why this is getting such rave reviews...
This is my first exposure to this title, and if this has any previous shows/story/manga I have not read or watched it. Perhaps that would hold necessary information in order to properly enjoy this movie.

Starting out the movie grabbed my attention. Right away you could tell someone put thought into the plot and(some of) the characters. If you were to look at my list you would see I am a huge fan of anything thriller, psychological, plot driven, or otherwise intense genre. While this show did indeed grab my attention it wasn't exactly unpredictable read more