Can i ask wats so good about inuyasha? i keep hearing about this anime.
ok... im sad, where is POKEMON. here are the factors. one, the series at one time was spreading like wildfire, because it was sutable for all audiences, there were books that parents could read to their children, and cards and everything, and then they went to the movies. the last movie i saw was pokemon 2000 when i was young and even my dad watched it, and summarised it for me! im saying that even tho old, its a goodie.l the plot was kool, with team rocket duplicating pokemon because this appealed to the game version of it for gameboy, because every person tryed to find a loop hole in the game (i found it) and duplicate everything from pokemon, to gold nuggets that they sold to get money. the fight scene with the duplicate pokemon and the real one was kool, and as i look at it now, it shows that you cannot beat yourself, no matter how you try because you will be as good as you can be (HIDDEN MORAL) and the sad part was when ash ketchum tried to stop the fighting and stepped infront of the ice attack of mewtwo and almost died, but the teardrops of the pokemon helped him. i think that back then i loved that cuz it had all the essences of a good anime movie, but even when i have over grown that fad, i still think that i was a good movie
but given the choice between:
Akera AND Pokemon who would u choose?
no no no no v.v *ahem*
Digimon the Movie the one with Omegamon vs Diaboromon, and the second after that
I love the story and the characters... The music...
Everything about it.
The art is stunning, of course... Very inspiring. ^_^
I remember watching it at least three times the day my mom bought it for me!
I would say, nausicca and the vally of the wind. Great plot. good movie. engiyabole for all ages.
Cowboy Bebop:Knockin" on heaven's door, is probably one of my favs, Great story, great character/mechanical designs, splendid animation, thought probably not for all ages =_=, but it is certainly enjoyable to anyone!
There are alot of other great movies, but this one sticks out on my list