To attempt to come up with a more detailed plot synopsis is sort of beside the point, and to be honest, I don’t even know if it’s possible.
The glorious Daicon IV opening sequence posits that nerdy pop culture might just somehow save the world.
Haibane Renmei absolutely defies all of the anime cliches that Americans continue to perpetuate.
Your enjoyment of the film will be almost entirely dependent on how well you knew and enjoyed Final Fantasy VII, the game.
In short, the series simply looks and sounds amazing, with detailed and distinct character designs, solid mecha designs, and plenty of solid action.
It’s like style took substance out behind the woodshed, beat it to a bloody pulp, and dragged it behind the car on the way back home.
This first volume just doesn’t quite realize Samurai 7’s amazing amount of potential.
By only focusing on anime’s more extreme and unusual facets, the article ultimately does more harm than good for Nebraskans’ views of anime.
This may be my least favorite Studio Ghibli film to date.
Ultimately, the film is a nostalgic and romantic tale of childhood promises and dreams.
Skipping the fan service, this Full Metal Panic spin-off focuses on goofy humor.
Much of Appleseed’s appeal will undoubtedly be due to its unique visuals.
What we have here is merely a taste, and I, for one, am left wanting much more.
Nausicaä Of The Valley Of The Wind is worth watching if only to give one a much better context in which to appreciate Miyazaki’s movies.