Back in the real world, Ichigo and the gang have returned to eliminating normal hollows, but new dangers await them. After being attacked by strange white spirits known as "blanks", Ichigo and friends are saved by the female shinigami Senna – but she's no ordinary shinigami. For Senna cannot remember her squad number, yet retains memories of the past; and she is sought after by Ganryu, the leader of a group known as "Dark Ones", who was exiled from Soul Society. Ganryu is trying to attain an item known as the "Memory Rosary" in order to take his revenge on those who struck him down, and he needs Senna to do it. Who is Senna, and how does she fit into Ganryu’s nefarious plans?
Freed from his longtime prison, Belldandy's mentor Celestin is once again trying to overthrow the Goddess System, but he can't do it without her. To "help" her decide anew whether to join him, he blocks her memories of Keiichi. As Keiichi and company race to restore Belldandy's memory, Keiichi also has to deal with the mysterious Morgan, the one who released Celestin in the first place!
Because Ah! My Goddess - The Movie is a little more serious and epic than the TV series/OVA, it's mood very well matches the mood of the Bleach - Memories of Nobody movie. Both are a little serious, a little cheerful stories of people finding their courage and their motivation to go against forces that threaten the safety of their worlds.
In a world where magic power is drained from the Earth's lifestream and cities are industrialized beyond imagination, one man seeks to destroy all life; his name is Sephiroth. With time running out, only Cloud, Zack, Tifa and their friends must race against the clock to put a stop to Sephiroth's nefarious plans and destroy the otherworldly being known as Jenova, before the entire world is destroyed!
Both see good versus evil, and battle using good old swords! They both have the same art style, both build up suspense, and both can covey all sorts of emotions - they're not just some "Go kill the bad guy" type of anime's, although they do have such moments, but they're done so well that you'll love it regardless.
Edward Elric disobeyed the laws of conservation by committing a taboo in alchemy, and for that his body and soul are no longer a part of his world. The parallel world where Ed now exists is a place where science replaces alchemy. After two years of studying, Ed plans to find a way to use science and once again defy destiny to reunite with his brother Alphonse. Meanwhile, Al is left without memory of his journey with Ed, but is determined to once again master alchemy and retrieve his brother from The Gate. But are these goals even obtainable without leaving a path of destruction and chaos in their wake?
Both series are really touching stroies. The plot of thoser to shows have many common points but the main will surely be this that the ending would make a girl cry. If you like sensitive stories which alco contains a lot of action, you'd surely like that from my reccomendation.
The soul of the demon Mouryou has been freed, and with it his ambition to take over the world and create a "Thousand Year Kingdom." However, he will first have to recover his body from where it was sealed by the priestess Miroku. The only threat to his plans is Miroku’s daughter Shion, the only one with the power to stop him – and it will be up to Naruto, Sakura, Lee and Neji to escort her safely to once more seal Mouryou's soul. However, things won't be easy for Naruto and the gang: Mouryou has control over an unstoppable ghost army and has sent four ninjas to kill Shion; even more alarming is Shion’s newest vision of an impending death… which involves Naruto himself.
Both Bleach and Naruto feature strong male leads that have problems with authority, following instructions, and both lead characters, Ichigo and Naruto, have a strong sense of justice. Both anime franchises have a long-running TV series, filled with action and adventure. Both Bleach and Naruto franchises have supplemental movies featuring both favorite canon series characters with new characters in a stand-alone story that relates to but is not part of the series continuity.
Both the first Bleach movie and the first Naruto Shippuden movie are thematically similar in that they both feature as a new character a female on a journey to discover her true self and whose destiny is greater than she. In each movie, the fate of the world depends on this girl, and our heroes are there to help save the world and help things turn out on the side of goodness and right. Oh, and to save the girl. Plenty of action in both movies, decent animation and music, and a moralistic, feel-good plotline driven by familiar faces appearing everywhere. If you enjoyed either movie, I think that the other one is a good match for you to see.