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Besides interstellar 5555 toei animation also made captain harmlock which daft punk liked a lot in his childhood I think this is why the animation style is very similar with that 80's anime as well as character models.
Sorry, that's true. What happened is that after reading the review of Summer Wars, I read a review of yours, so I got confused.
Anyway, I still think you have very good reviews, and most of all I am really happy and grateful that you made me remember something I was looking (among other things) when I was watching anime / reading manga: do not forget the childhood that still exists within me.
Dewa, mata! ^^
I really liked your Summer Wars' review, so I hope you continue writting them.
Looking your profile I've noticed you have favorite genres similar to mine, so I've added you as a friend to meet more people of this great community, and also have a good reference to see good anime.
Well, the site is still a decent way of keeping a record of what I've watched – and hey, I've already gone ahead and written a review, so how 'bout that.
Hmm. Had to unearth an account I haven't used in five years, but the slight hassle was worth it just so I can tell you that your reviews are just great. I recently decided to rewatch Now and Then, Here and There for the first time in years; naturally, this led me to spew my endless feelings for the show to everyone and anyone who would listen, considering how unfortunately forgotten it seems to have become.
While I usually like live discussion to collect my thoughts on a series, all I had to rely upon for this one were a handful of online reviews – many written while the 90's were just "a few years back." Of the ones I've read, your voice read most honestly. It's also nice to be able to read someone who knows how to write a review; there are far too many reviewers out there that treat pieces of media as solipsistic entities and forget the importance of finding the greater connections between art and the greater culture to which it belongs. It goes without saying that your actual understanding of character and thematic development is refreshing as well, especially considering how often the medium seems to let such things fall by the wayside.
Your voice got me thinking the way I want to be thinking before I dive into my own culturally belated review to this great anime. So thank you for writing; I hope to stumble upon more of your work soon.