Honestly, this MV hit me really hard. From one of the scenes alone, I can tell that at least one of the people who worked on this has dealt with depression. The animation has a sketchy feel, which I personally like but others might not. The little girl being the only thing with color and acting happy, even though the man is in such a state, leaves it open to interpretation as to who - or what - she is or represents. The music is fantastic - imo - and perfectly fits the visuals. An amazing MV that captures what someone in a deep state of depression looks like.See full review
Terrible characters, laughable plot (no, not that kind of plot), choppy animation etc. This anime is not worth anyone's time. Avoid at all cost.See full review
If it was longer, had better animation and a better script, this could have been a pretty cool OVA. But it doesn't, so therefore it is bad. Oh well. The animation is horrendous - especially the CGI - and it's so short that we have zero time to get to know the characters and thus do not care when sh*t hits the fan. Cool concept but terrible execution.See full review
This anime is a good example of the saying that characters make or break a story.
The premise is interesting, the animation/artwork isn't bad, it's got ecchi ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) and the music - at least in my opinion - did a great job at fitting the scenes. But the characters ruin everything.
All of them are one-dimensional to the point of being annoying, and you always know how they'll react in any situation because they do the same things over, and over, and over! - which makes it predictable.
It's true that the characters aren't entirely to blame for it being... See full review
STORY The majority of this 5-minute short is about a young boy who is kicking a pebble while on his way home. At first it was actually kinda enjoyable, and it managed to capture what being a kid was like. And then it got...weird? He sees his mother in a moment that looks like some kind of major plot point - no spoilers... See full review
Nothing much to say about it, really. Just your average abstract MV with acid-trip visuals.
Personally though, I enjoy watching psychojello shit and the images blended well with the music imo.
My only gripe with it is that they sometimes repeated the same visuals. To me, doing that with an abstract MV seems lazy.
So if you like trippy shit and don't mind seeing the same visual more than once, you'll probably like it.
Angelic Layer: Be My Angel is a PV (promotional video) that was made for the 10th anniversary of Angelic Layer. It's 4mins long and uses the song from the opening theme of the anime, Be My Angel by Atsuko Enomoto. You would think that hitting the decade milestone would resault in a well made MV that showcases and celebrates everything that Angelic Layer was. But only the second half does... The thing is, the first half of the MV is just the opening theme, which means that very little effort was put into editing. Not only... See full review