Comment on Top 25 Best Anime Movies by Anonymous:

Another day, another meaningless anime list from Japan.

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  • Top 25 Best Anime Movies:
    This is fucking bullshit.

  • Top 25 Best Anime Movies:
    meh. I can understand the top choice, it is a great movie, but the rest seem very… well, they seem like they’ve been chosen simply because the series is popular at the moment. And by that I mean K-On shouldn’t be number 2 But beyond that one odd choice I can understand the rest of the choices, even if I don’t exactly agree with them.

  • Top 25 Best Anime Movies:
    no Gundam 00, BS ranking

  • Top 25 Best Anime Movies:
    So it’s dumplings before flowers again, as with the hint the title gives you, huh? The movie still feels like a step in the right direction. And you can watch it in installments.

  • Top 25 Best Anime Movies:
    You missed Summer Wars, and this is the only one I know apart from The Disappearance – and I prefer the latter any day of the week. I was disappointed with how the premise of SW was being implemented from almost just after the very good start. Something far more serious and convincing was in order. Plus, most of the characters, main girl excluded, give off a very repulsive aura, almost like it was some western production.

Recent comments by Anonymous:

  • Seiyuu Shirakawa Sumiko Passes Away:
    you filthy uneducted barbarian swine… Sazae-san was even part of my first-year japanese course.

  • Euphoria “Weirder with Every Release…”:
    This episode ranked extremely highly for me. Superb stuff. The scat ring was inspired and the drug/aphrodisiac sex was brilliant. My personal ranking: Episode 2, Episode 5, Episode 3, Episode 4, Episode 1. Please, more extreme stuff next time. If there is a next time.

  • Onagi’s Oni Seed Trailer Seeds Much Desire:
    An entire movie where Ryu Hayabusa just fucks all of the DOA girls because he’s fucking Ryu Hayabusa? Count me in!

  • Seiyuu Shirakawa Sumiko Passes Away:
    As I have no clear idea what variety of world’s population constitutes the audience here I can’t tell if the author’s choice of words is appropriate in the present case, but one thing notable is that at least to people living in Japan her death means much, seeing as Sazae-san is the kind of show that literally every Japanese knows by heart, that one fifth of the whole islanders keep watching every Sunday evening, that is simply part of people’s daily lives, etc. and she is the woman behind …

  • Top 20 Purest Anime Characters:
    Love live is not pure.


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