“Were You Gay In High School” has the quality and appeal of something you’d think was released on Wong Fu’s YouTube channel due to its comedy and heart.
Magic, guns, swords, an empire dealing with rebel forces, and two people sucked into the madness on opposing sides, “Magatsu Wahrheit: Zuerst” seems promising.
While there is some ecchi for those who need it, largely “Adachi and Shimamura” keeps things cute, with a dash of complication.
Like “Ne Zha,” “Jiang Ziya” feels like an epic that can appeal to children but doesn’t lose the adults watching in the process.
While “Rent A Girlfriend” began with the possibility of being more than another male fantasy anime, it shifts to being what was expected.
Last updated on September 27th, 2020 at 02:28 pm
While you might think this would have way too much ecchi to really get into, it seems there might be more than meets the eye.
As we’re introduced to the Mutoh family and witness the graphic aftermath of an earthquake, there is a need to question if “Japan Sinks: 2020” may pick up.
While an inconsistent villain presence does sometimes plague “Gleipnir,” in terms of character investment and story? It goes beyond expectations.
If you need a good cry, but not to the point of making an ugly face, “A Whisker Away” is just what you need.
“Ne Zha” shows why it was a massive hit in China with its top-notch animation, emotional story, and its ambiguity of good and evil.