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Category Anime

Animation coming out from Japan all gets lumped underneath this banner called Anime. It’s usually slick, beautiful to look at and if you are watching it – undoubtedly loaded with a whole lot of subtitles underneath.

Capsule Reviews: Anime and Movies (The LEGO Movie, Paul, etc.)

War of the Worlds: Goliath (2012) War of the Worlds: Goliath is a 2012 Malaysian animated science fiction film directed by Joe Pearson that was released in November 15, 2012 in Malaysia. Unlike other War of the Worlds films, this… Continue Reading →

Review: InuYasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time (2001)

When Kagome’s arrow shattered the Shikon no Tama, its shards scattered across feudal Japan, putting power into even the most lowly of creatures’ hands. Now, surrounded by their friends and fighting comrades, Inuyasha and Kagome must journey across Japan, locating… Continue Reading →

Review: Jungle wa itsumo Hare nochi Guu (2001)

Deep in a forest on a remote tropical island, far removed from the mainland, lives a peaceful village. The people there live in a strange combination of the modern and the old. Access to modern technologies yet sticking to the… Continue Reading →

Review: Initial D: Third Stage (2001)

Fujiwara Takumi exploded onto the street racing scene six months ago, literally sweeping away all competition on the mountain slopes of his local Mt. Akina with the aid of his outdated Toyota AE86. Gone is the self-conscious, sleepy Takumi who… Continue Reading →

Capsule Reviews: Television and Movies (Legend of Korra, Babalas, etc.)

I don’t really feel like typing up reviews any more, and in truth, I haven’t been doing so for a while. However, I do like coming back every couple of years to see if my thoughts on a particular movie… Continue Reading →

Review: Argento Soma (2000)

In 2054, an unknown alien life form fell from the sky. The destruction began and the United Nations government was forced reorganise the army to oppose them and to defend the Earth. This combat action was dubbed ‘The first encounter… Continue Reading →

Review: Golden Boy (1995)

Oe Kintaro, age 25. A professional wandering spirit, he withdrew from Tokyo University Law School before graduating, but only after he had already completed all the requirements for graduation. Ever since, he has travelled the highways and byways of Japan,… Continue Reading →

Review: Get Backers (2002)

Mido Ban. The man possessing the Evil Eye. Amano Ginji. The Thunder Emperor. These two men make up the retrieval specialist group known as the Get Backers. You lose something, they will get it back. And their success rate is… Continue Reading →

Review: Great Teacher Onizuka (2000)

Meet Onizuka Eikichi, former leader of the notorious Onibaku Motorcycle Gang from Shonan. 2nd Dan Black-belt in Karate, Eikichi is as strong as he is vicious. Known as Evil Eikichi, the dauntless Onizuka was known for fighting and decimating his… Continue Reading →

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