If you liked the Vanishment of Haruhi Suzumiya anime, the Anime-Planet community thinks you'd like:
Makoto Konno is a somewhat foolish and tomboyish high school student who spends most of her time hanging out with her two male friends. Things change one day when she suddenly gains the ability to leap through time! At first, she uses her newfound ability to do things such as preventing her sister from stealing her dessert, cheating on a test, and singing Karaoke for 10 hours. However, the small alterations she makes to the timeline turn out to have unforeseen consequences that snowball into dramatic and lethal situations for her and those around her...
Both deal with time travel and relationships. The main characters realize what is really important in life after their world gets shaken. Both are excellent movies with drama and good plotlines.
Both are about about Japanese high schoolers, time travels and the effects such ventures can have on them, their relationships with each other and what repercussions their choices will have for the future. Other than that they also have a similar feel and absolutely stunning animation.
The protagonist of each are involved in time travel to change some event that they took part in. Each of these films discuss love, but in The Girl Who Lept Through Time it talks of a romantic love, while the Haruhi movie discusses the love of ones friends.
Where to begin well for starters both center around high schoolers, time traveling, relationships, and the effects they may have on the future. Though Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo tends to focus more on the romantic side of things both still feature some amazing animation. So if you enjoyed one then you may want to check out the other.
Other than a well execution of a time travel theme, these movies are both distinctive and well worth a watch. Your robbing yourself if you dont watch. For the vanishment, consider first watching the anime series to get the most out of the movie, and keep in mind the movie is far better than the anime,
Both of these movies are centered around time travel and strong character development, though Vanishment of Haruhi Suzumiya benefits from having a previously established cast that leaves almost three hours for greater expansion. Regardless, both are engaging titles that'll have you laughing, tearing up and leaving you glad that you watched it.
The eccentric mad scientist Okabe, his childhood friend Mayuri, and the otaku hacker Daru have banded together to form the Future Gadget Research Laboratory, and spend their days in a ramshackle laboratory hanging out and occasionally attempting to invent incredible futuristic gadgets. However, their claymore is a hydrator and their hair dryer flips breakers, and the only invention that’s even remotely interesting is their Phone Microwave, which transforms bananas into oozing green gel. But when an experiment goes awry the gang discovers that the Phone Microwave can also send text messages to the past. And what's more, the words they send can affect the flow of time and have unforeseen, far-reaching consequences - consequences that Okabe may not be able to handle...
If you liked either of those shows you'll most likely like the other aswell - both feature time travel and protagonists who seem to be quite out of their mind.
Both of these Anime feature great stories involving time travel. These anime do more than just provide entertaiment; they make you think.
Time travel and Mystery, what more could you ask for?
Both shows have the MC trying to figure out what is happening to the time line and his friends. Which has the MC guessing where to keep the new would or save the old.
Both deal with time travel and paralel time frames. There is a good deal of mystery to be solved in both. Other than the plost simularities they are both just plain great to watch.
they both deal with the dissapperance and the yearning for a character that takes up most of the time of the show/movie
Death and reincarnation are inescapable, but what happens in between? Without warning and without his memories, a boy who only recalls his last name - Otonashi - wakes up next to a girl named Yuri who offers him a gun and tells him to shoot an angel. Assuming it must be a misunderstanding, Otonashi is then almost killed by the angel and is drawn into Yuri's army to battle to delay the beginning of his next life. Immortality is within reach, but if Otonashi remembers how he died, will he keep fighting or allow himself to vanish?
The supernatural themes run deep in both of these animes. They both share the unique blend of humor and emotionally packed storylines that are deep and complex. As I have said in other recommendatons the best way to describe it is that these are two out of three anime series that truly punch your heart in the face.
Both of these series have supernatural themes, are super emotional, and have extremely likable characters, also, Yuri = Haruhi.
Both of them have very large supernatural themes. They both take place in school clubs and end with very emotional endings.
Although today Tono Takaki and Shinohara Akari live far apart due to a family move shortly after elementary school, they were once two shy young students brought together by their shared differences from their peers. It is because of this that the two built a bond of closeness between them that still survives through their continued correspondence, even over such a distance. Secretly they both fear the loss of this bond over time, and for this reason they arrange a meeting between just the two of them. The journeys both of them take in their minds and in their lives create an atmosphere of intense emotional upheaval, but also a sense of peace. It is a twist of fate and a series of decisions that put the two in place to carry what they choose of their pasts into the future they will create for themselves.
Both feature beautiful animation and feature a choice: Are you satisfied with your life asit is now? Each film has it's own take, and its own answer. In the Haruhi movie this quistion is approached directly, while in 5cm the connection is more abstract. Highly worth your time witchever you watch.
Holding strictly to his family's creed, Kou Ichinomiya has never once, in his life of privilege, owed anything to anyone – that is, until a self-proclaimed Venusian named Nino saves him from drowning in the wake of a dire accident involving Kou's pants. Eternally indebted to the supposed extraterrestrial, Kou moves into her little community under the bridge along the Arakawa river. Ripped from his life of luxury and success, the young Tokyo U graduate now must adjust to his well-appointed hovel, strange new neighbors, and peculiar lover, Nino.
Ko and Kyon are in very similar situations: they are both surrounded by a ragtag gang of everything from aliens to egocentric leaderrs. These two protagonsits usualy find themselves in the middle of abnormal to downright crazy situations, and are charged with fixing them, even when they are not the instigators. Both shows are animated well, have a witty and intelegent script and provide both laughter and the ocational touching moment.