One of the goals I set out to achieve for myself and this site was to experience more anime. Not only am I watching it more frequently but I've made a list full of upcoming shows and movies planning to cover them. Not only is this beneficial to me as I get to watch more … Continue reading ‘To Every You I’ve Loved Before’ / ‘To Me, The One Who Loved You’ Anime Double Feature REVIEW.
Tag: Japanese Cinema
‘Suzume’: A Makoto Shinkai Standout That Subverts His Formula.
Movies like Makoto Shinkai's groundbreaking hit 'Your Name' are a lightning-in-a-bottle situation in modern cinema. A box-office hit praised by critics and fans and an anime film that broke the boundaries in terms of its global appeal. In many ways, that film was a culmination of his previous works. It was the film that perfected … Continue reading ‘Suzume’: A Makoto Shinkai Standout That Subverts His Formula.
‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba’ SPOILERS // To The Swordsmith Village Movie Event
The last time I talked about 'Demon Slayer' was when the 'Mugen Train' movie came out which was a hot second ago. Since then a whole season has come out and finished and unfortunately, I didn't get the chance to review it so this movie event was the perfect chance to talk about the 'Entertainment … Continue reading ‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba’ SPOILERS // To The Swordsmith Village Movie Event
My Hero Academia SPOILERS // World Heroes’ Mission Movie & Departure OVA.
Contrary to what some fans of 'My Hero Academia' feel, I actually very much enjoyed Season 5, especially the 'Endeavour's Agency' arc! I loved seeing Deku, Bakugo and Todoroki grow as heroes and develop as characters, especially Shouto. I was ecstatic when I heard that a surprise third movie was coming out and set during … Continue reading My Hero Academia SPOILERS // World Heroes’ Mission Movie & Departure OVA.
‘Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero’: A Super-Sized Creative Punch!
One of the more unexpected things to happen to me in 2022 was becoming a 'Dragon Ball' fan. Ever since the release of 'Dragon Ball Super: Broly' back in 2019, I was always interested in revisiting the world properly for the first time. While I haven't had time to check out the shows, I have … Continue reading ‘Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero’: A Super-Sized Creative Punch!
‘Jujutsu Kaisen 0’ Is A Fun-Sized Big-Screen Translation Of An Already Cinematic Anime.
As the older shonen icons try to find new stories to continue their decades-long run, it has been left decided for quite some time when some new faces would take up the mantle and introduce a new generation of icons. Over the past few years, a number of contenders have proven themselves quite worthy, most … Continue reading ‘Jujutsu Kaisen 0’ Is A Fun-Sized Big-Screen Translation Of An Already Cinematic Anime.
‘Belle’ and Its Beastly Execution.
The only tale as old as time shown in Mamoru Hosoda's 'Belle' is that of a film struggling so deeply to find itself and what it's about. For a film that revolves heavily around social media and the line between one's real and virtual self, 'Belle' is a film that feels as though it is … Continue reading ‘Belle’ and Its Beastly Execution.
‘Demon Slayer The Movie: Mugen Train’ Is A Triumphant Portrait of Resilience.
"Set Your Heart Ablaze!" says the cinematic continuation of the groundbreaking anime, 'Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba'. The return of the kind-hearted Tanjiro, the strong-headed Inosuke and the horrified Zenitsu sees them heading on a new adventure aboard a very unlucky train. 'Mugen Train' premiered in theatres in Japan all the way back in October, … Continue reading ‘Demon Slayer The Movie: Mugen Train’ Is A Triumphant Portrait of Resilience.