- Background relationship (guy was a subordinate treated like a lackey by -other major character-)
- Violet doesn’t understands the double entendre/nuances of words (and probably emotions and all the typical “Deeper” stuff – “Innocence” and social… dysfunction (?) in a sense)
- She likes the guy. I originally thought it might be a foreshadow (since that was teased in the opening scene) but I’m pretty sure she actually already liked him considering the context that she specifically chosen the dog and said she associates him with a dog right after.
If New Game is summed up in one word, it would be adorable – not a lot of characters are able to portray a childish pure sense of cuteness in a working setting. Continue reading “New Game [Manga Review]”
Back when I was just a kid, I didn’t fancy watching live action dramas or fantasy romance movies, I, like most kids my age, liked watching cartoon.
In unison: Kimi no na wa?
If I need an instant goosebump (for whatever reason) all I need to do is to think of that scene.
Set in a post apocalyptic Japan where military strive runs amok, a teenage boy is content living a simple school life… But as he gets complicated in things, he discovers his horrific past. Continue reading “Guilty Crown Review”
If you could go back to school again… what would you do differently?
A Silent Voice or Koe No Katachi is a very deep movie that touches on sensitive subjects like bullying, suicide, people with disability (female lead is deaf) and friendships. It may be a romantic comedy, but it’s nothing I’ve ever seen.