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Feb 22, 2019
There's no review for this movie? Why you might ask, well maybe because you as a Kingdom Hearts fan, and I especially, was not expecting this to even be on MAL.

But well lets dive in.

You won't probably like this if you're not a Kingdom Hearts fan. Even if you're just a casual Kingdom Hearts fan, you probably won't find this as interesting until more installments come out for the series. It just doesn't hold a large amount of substance to it.

Story wise, this story takes place before the keyblade war, and leading up to the keyblade war which is important in the read more
Sep 25, 2018
Boku no Hero Academia the Movie: Futari no Hero is predictable, from the very beginning, but still a typical shounen movie that will make you smile.

It's an enjoyable movie, but this is overshadowed by the fact the artwork looks like a budget episode from the series (most of the time anime movies have better animation, but I find it's the opposite here).

They introduce the new characters well. Melissa despite being a little bland you can get behind her actions. Dave as well, when you find out his motivation and relationship with All Might.

Though I find the movie gives quite a bit read more
Dec 20, 2017
Overall the story is a nice blend of action and romance, the shoujo present throughout and making the story feel real. You don't feel the typical high school type drama, but more action and character based making the story engaging.

Art is very simplistic, but it's drawn nice enough that you're never distracted.

The main romance really drives the plot, even though it does kind of feel one-sided at first the girl chasing the guy, it kind of finds it way later on in the story. Though at the end I kind of wondered if they rushed some things, or didn't rush enough.

The atmosphere read more
May 5, 2017
Mujin Wakusei Survive or Uninhabited Planet Survival was an amazing adventure that I can say every age group, and gender will find enjoyment in.

The story revolves around seven teens and a pet robot getting trapped on a (supposedly) uninhabited planet when their escape pod gets blown off course and gets pulled into a gravity storm.

Now often the story flows into a few different arcs from starting off on how they group will survive on the planet they landed on, to a more sci-fi genre as they start figuring out the mystery of where they are and how they'll survive-- and my gosh are read more
Sep 22, 2015
I personally loved the manga, and the anime is delivering well! The characters in these series are not anime cliches, Shirayuki is strong-- but not overly, along with able to face adversities without being a cry baby about them. She's not afraid to take risks. Zen the main male protagonist isn't a cliche either, he doesn't automatically trust Shirayuki, she earns it for herself. They're is a certain respect between the characters that makes it seem real, as they actually go through character development. (plus they are like the cutest relationship ever) the bond they share is so amazing.

The art is quite well done, though read more