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Angel Tales

Nov 27, 2014

Really the only redeeming feature of Angel's Tales is that it makes for very good riffing material. Basically Goro, the dude that this animorphs are supposed to swoon over, can be replaced with a cardboard cut-out and nobody would notice half the time. He plays the harmonica (riff I made "I tell ya, bein' a folk singer today is like bein' a dinosaur with somethin' to say yea!") So what is fundamentally wrong with this plot? Well, good writing is believable. Much of the plot is not believable. (Example #1: somehow they are able to afford things for everyone on a part-time salary. I wish I could find a part-time job that paid that good. Example #2: after the goddess sends three animorphic babes who start fighting over him, what do you think the dumbest thing she could do here to get the fighting to stop? If you said send more sexy animorphs to him, you're right.)  The music was quite forgettable, and in this case, that's a good thing. Most of the animoroph girls were exceptionally annoying. It was supposed to be a cute anime, but it is packed with too much fail.

Don't bother looking at this one.

0.5/10 story
6/10 animation
3/10 sound
0.5/10 characters
1/10 overall
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