Welcome to a review of a movie that I’ve seen at least a dozen times by now and still see new things every time. Yes, I am jumping over a lot of Universal Century Gundam things to get to this review. I know that, but I really want to talk about this film. Here are … More Mobile Suit Gundam: Char’s Counterattack – A Tasteful End to a Dirty Saga!
I would be lying if I said that watching this lately was the first time I’ve watched this film. I actual watched this in January with a crazy and very energetic crowd. That feels a long time ago now. That was around the time that I decided I wanted to do a self podcast thing. … More Dragon Ball Super: Broly – ENRAGED AND OUT OF CONTROL
My last two reviews focused on similar ideas like sweeping cityscapes and people out in the streets protesting or something for one reason or another. After doing some research, I’ve discovered something a little different that twists all of those elements in a somewhat unique way. What is this film called? Well, it’s a little … More Vexille: Still Human in Dire Times
I wasn’t expecting my first two film reviews in this Halloween week to be related in some way. Katsuhiro Otomo, the guy who wrote and directed the Akita film, also wrote the script for this film. Otomo has a natural talent for making cities feel alive. They feel the same from a writing perspective and … More Metropolis: Sprawling Cityscapes and Robot Hate
I’m so glad to have a good movie theater next to me now. Especially a nice, big one that launches anime titles in it. It’s not like I didn’t have one when I was in the Pacific Northwest, but Wichita had a movie theater that is a lot closer to me in distance and has … More The Night is Short, Walk on Girl: Quick Thoughts