Academic Anime Watching

Image Cred­it: タカはん from Pix­iv As some of you might already know from my Twit­ter, this week already marked the start of Spring Quar­ter over at my col­lege insti­tu­tion. I’m tak­ing three cours­es this quar­ter: one art class, one Japan­ese lan­guage class, and one Japan­ese Ani­ma­tion class. I’m not a film major (though I admit […]

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Kids deserve quality entertainment too

Image Cred­it: しゅーいち from Pix­iv Does being aimed at an old­er audi­ence auto­mat­i­cal­ly mean an ani­me has a high­er like­li­hood of being high­er qual­i­ty? What about shows for chil­dren? Does being aimed at a younger audi­ence mean that the show is going to be filled with unin­ter­est­ing dri­v­el? Just as there is a stig­ma of […]

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Ponyo on the Cliff (movie)

Ponyo, ponyo, ponyo, lit­tle fishy in the sea~ I final­ly got around to watch­ing Ponyo. Hands down, one of the cutest Hayao Miyaza­ki films I’ve ever seen.  It’s not the best of his films, but it still has his spe­cial mag­i­cal touch and is cer­tain­ly worth a watch, espe­cial­ly when you have your lit­tle sis­ter […]

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