hello i'm eifie !!! (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:✧*i'm a 22 year old girl who lives in WI & is a huge losertho i am a nice + friendly loser so if you want to talk don't be shy :D
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Just wanted to say cool about me section and awesome to see another pokemon game fan ^_^
You really don't have to apologize xD I have to agree, the artwork is incredibly beautiful and stunning and it does have a happy vibe to it, so it's not all bad. And you weren't rude, as a matter of fact I loved your review because it gave me a new viewpoint on the movie, so there's really no need to apologize. And as far as harems v.s. reverse harems, it you like them boys I highly recommend reverse harems ;) some good ones are Ouran High School Host Club, Kaichou wa Maid-sama, Amnesia, and Starry Sky ^^
Hey, thanks for commenting on my review!
Mei is just a jerk, although I think it just comes from her being so unrealistically passive towards everything. Given, a lot of anime use the overly passive girl a lot so I can see why she may also seem boring I just think that compaired to everyone else, she's possiblly the most intresting character out of them.
As for the boobs, they're just so fucking random! Hahah
Yeah, creepy-open mouthed-murder smile probably will never get old, but I just wish it wasn't the only thing anime used for a creepy face...
Oh, and as far as your question regarding harem vs reverse harem, I don't hate harem. I simply prefer reverse harem. Being a teenage girl, I find it more enjoyable to watch 10 boys run around on the screen than 10 girls. I still watch harems every now and then, but it's just not my favorite thing.
Thanks for your comment on my review of Ponyo ^^ You're completely right, Ghibli films do tend to focus on the positive side, despite their sad parts and that's what I love about them, however there's always serious obsticles that stand in the protagonists' ways that adds a bit of realism to the theme. In my opinion, it all seemed far too easy for Sōsuke and Ponyo to overcome their difficults. To me, it was so positive it became unrealistic. Not that magic in the first place is realistic, but the point being that if all that was possible in real life, it still wouldn't have gone as smoothly as it did in the movie. To me at least, the lack of realism and tragic setbacks makes the movie uncharacteristic of Ghibli.
Sorry for this long response, but I couldn't figure out how to explain it in less words >.<