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Kimi no Na wa Review - You Will Also Forget Your Name!!

This is very like Makoto Shinkai’s most serious, original film in lots of ways. For instance, there is an actual magical factor to the story beyond his previous films that are set simply on realism. The pacing is far quicker and serious. You will find there’s unusual amount of laughs in the script, producing the chemistry between the characters even more light-hearted together with comically exciting as compared to expected ones. All of this is carried out through a narrative view point so emotional, so shockingly realized, that I am positive everyone at the Anime Expo world premieres screening was tearing up. So… let’s begin the Kimi no Na wa reviews and analytic in my point of view.

Without providing a spoil, what primarily goes this movie’s story is a dynamic of the protagonists’ connection. These two interact is exactly very different, completely unique, and lovely. The concept itself enables them to bond on a more personal level, even more thrilling when compared to a teenager love story where boy meets girl. Lastly, you will feel so invested in their strange relationship, that when most of the action falls, it is no longer just suspenseful, it can also be essentially heartbreaking.

Editing and sound design engage in a huge role in this immersion. There’s rarely a single dull moment as a result of how gripping and emotionally run the timing of each one cut is. The design blended with a pleasant music score is wonderful. Subtle and moving when creating feels, sturdy at times of dramatic conflict. In fact, the same can be said for simply all of the visual appearances, which if I do not have mentioned about, are excellent. This will be a terrific example of surprisingly jaw-dropping animation mixed with robust strorytelling.

Kimi no Na wa is not just any anime film. There are the possible to be seen and researched as art cinema. It is so delightfully crafted carefully detailed, I find myself like I did not even comprise 70% of its accomplishment in this Kimi no Na wa review. For working at that, I have to watch this anime film once again, maybe couple more times before I can really appreciate this nearly perfect masterpiece.

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Some Other Makoto Shinkai Movies Similar to Your Name

Makoto Shinkai has become called as the new Hayao Miyazaki after his massive success with the film Your Name. Undoubtedly after the movie, you have come to wonder if there are much more Makoto Shinkai movies like this. The good news for you that Shinkai created a few more full-length and short films that would meet your needs.

The Garden of Words

The film’s artwork is equally or even more dazzling than the movie Your Name. Shinkai surely went all out for this film. The story may not as complicated as Your Name but it provides an engaging story between Takao and Yukari.

 5 Centimeters per Second

The characters miss each other which is a them that is present in Your Name but can be obstructed by distance.

The Place Promised in Our Early Days

You get to encounter each of the three character’s stories and involved with them deeply. Just like Your Name, this film is about two people separated by distance through different dimensions.

Children Who Chase Lost Voices

The story talks about loss and loneliness as well, that might remind you of story from Your Name.

Voice of a Distant Star

It is really a story about deep desire and the pain of it, the same element contained in Your Name.

Someone’s Gaze

A family’s relationship grows apart through time. This only 6-minutes heartwarming film will show you the story of how a family is reunited through the family cat.

She and Her Cat

It is a short 4-minute film with a story shown through the cat viewpoint, Chobi, who is adopted by an unknown human name. The film includes heartwarming scenes shared by Chobi and his owner.

Post by 1hw0orderrulide (2017-02-07 03:36)

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Haikyuu!! Review

Do you want to know about my viewpoint of this anime? I truly freaking lvoe this Haikyuu!! I need to preface this by saying, I a not a sports anime enthusiast. It is one of the last genres I look to since I have dropped over I’ve seen, which means that I am extremely biased.

Note: This is the first season review. If you want to read second season review, you can go to certains website like MAL, Fandompost or Anime Bibly. I find from Anime Bibly and their review is quite useful.


The story in Haikyuu! Is can amazes me most possible. It is all volleyball, volleyball, and volleyball yet I am never sick and tired with it. A relationships between the players develops in all may elements. The relationships between players as teammates, friends, students in different school yeras, and as a team against other teams. In between is volleyball, at every single corner is volleyball. This is honestly a volleyball surge. But you truly see the story behind why the characters love it. How the love developed and how musch of themselves with their past they have put into the game. What torment and victory they feel from the game.


The artwork is quite good, a solid 8, but far for the best ever. It truly works to highlight the fluidity of movement throughout sports play. It is not excessive or over the top, so it is a little bit quiet with how fantastic it is. I guess the best proof of how good the artwork is when you are looking at someone on the other side of the net, and player is basically melding into the net, but it does not look creepy or weird at all.


The sound can be what gets me. It is really powerful but just like the art, it is not over the top. A particular sound happens and you know something is about to go down, like an awesome move. A particular tune plays and you know you are about to see someone who is a worthy opponent. It truly highlights the mood. Also the sports sounds like squeak of shoes on a gym floor, the smack of the ball, even a sound of the ball slicing thorugh the air would make everything more awesome.


Haikyuu! Does a truly wonderful job of developing the characters. You know what each character’s personality is like. What their own role is on the team and court. Even the additional character that are on the bench, you really feel it and get connected to them even if they are not the ones playing in the game and match.


I personally love Haikyuu! So much. I will state it here, that this is the very first time for me that I liked an anime much more that the original manga it’s adapted from.

Post by 1hw0orderrulide (2017-02-02 20:11)

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