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You hate Alex Loius Armstrong? You monster.
Neat avatar, I assume it's a chibi version of Rika Furude or Berncastel?
Anyways, the reason I decided to desecrate your profile with my drabble is your profile name: unless I'm horribly mistaken (currently too lazy to google it) "The Golden Waste" is the title of one of the Umineko visual novels, right? I'm pondering whether to play them or not, and thought you might be able to help me. If you've played them, could you please let me know if they're worth the time, and if this is just one giant mistake from my side feel free to ignore me^^
Waffles to you sir.
Well, your marketing argument is invalid, and that's because I live in Argentina. Here in my country there was no marketing at all, and even today I don't know if there is an official translation to spanish for the movie. I wasn't moved by the hype, and I've seen the movie a couple of times during the lasts years.
Regarding the quality of the animation I'll only say that it's the weakest point of the review. The professional critics just couldn't point out how good the animation was. Just search in google. There's no review that rated the animation below "really good".
Ok, so you deleted my message. That's not nice since I can't continue or re-explain my points, but don't worry, I'll do my best anyway, and will do the same.
First, I do not hate you. Maybe my post was a little bit provocative, but it wasn't by any means insulting.
Second, I know that reviews are just personal opinions. That's nice, but even if it's a personal opinion a good review is objective. The movie es called Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, it's a direct sequel to the game. If you didn't play any of the games then you are in no position to rate the story objectivly, thus you shouldn't. That's a hard fact.
The same goes for the animation. You said YOU dind't like CG movies, but that shouldn't matter. You are judging a CG movie, so you should compare it to other CG movies, and then come to a conclusion.
You're free to review whatever you want, but at least do it responsibly.