Feel free to ignore this if you’ve already seen the movie, especially if you think of it in a high regard. I cannot relate to any feelings of nostalgia here, and I did not watch the dubbed version either, so any extra appeal others may get from it were non-existent in my viewing experience.
Often I avoid discussing a lot of popular works, because they’ve been explored so much by so many others for such a long time that I don’t feel like I’d have anything to contribute to the discussion. Neon Genesis Evangelion is one such example, but more specifically I’m here to unravel the experience I had watching it’s conclusion: End of Evangelion. Perhaps I’m not as intimate with this series as many others seem to be, but I do find it both very fascinating and incredibly frightening to watch and talk about. So, I’m going to assume you’ve watched both and in reading this, already have a greater understanding of them than I do. If not, spoilers.
Do you ever feel that there are certain shows you could see yourself connecting with when you were younger? That had you watched them at a particular time, they would’ve probably meant the world to you, because you had such a different way of thinking about yourself and the world back then? Continue reading “10 Years Later… Haruhi: how was it?”
Last month I finally decided to read Harry Potter & The Cursed Child. And I was… unsure of how to feel by the end. I felt conflicted while reading it, not knowing whether I was enjoying it or not, and still couldn’t make heads or tails of how I felt about it after I had finished reading it. Nothing is more annoying than being perplexed about how you feel towards something. Gah! Regardless, I will push forward and highlight what stood out to me as things I felt were at the very least, worth mentioning.
After barreling through a dozen anime on my list, I decided to try and watch the first episode of Gakkou Gurashi!, which at first didn’t really appeal to me, apart from seeing the amiable relationships between the four main characters. Funny enough, the only design I don’t particularly care for regarding the characters is the pink-haired girl, Yuki’s look.