Just watched 5 Centimeters Per Second and found it extremely enjoyable. The imagery was great, the story kept me engaged and guessing, and I found the ending to be very satisfying.
What are your opinions on this one?
you must see "The Place Promised in Our Early Days"
I liked the first and second part but the third part sucked and I just laughed when the cheesy song started playing.
Fuck you douchebagchocolat for recommending me that piece of shit
>she will never wait for you
lel He was the reason i watched it.
I don't like it any more than you do, anon.
Sometimes you're just that emotionally fucked-up that you become blind to just about everything that's going on around you.
But if you're worried about Surfer Girl, go and read the manga omake. While the ending is ambiguous at best, you can believe she got her happy ending after all.
Normally I wouldn't spoonfeed, but this shit's so old you might struggle finding a direct link
Well, if you walked away from it thinking being lonely is the way to go, you sort of missed the point. What I got from it is that sometimes shit just happens and things fall apart - it's no one's fault, really. But the important thing is, once you've grieved, you move on and try once again.
Yeah... that thread turned pretty gay really fast. But it is that kind of movie that makes you reflect on your past love history and the places we fucked up or got fucked over.
I don't know how many of you know this, but some dude translated the light novel:
One of the chapters is the
kokuhakuletter that Akari wrote, but never gave to Takaki when they met. If you want to feel like a piece of shit, then I suggest you read it.
Yeah, that letter was far too bittersweet. Maybe it could have given him closure years earlier. Or maybe deepened his obsession further. In any case, I think it was best left unsaid.
Let them bitch tears flow, I say.
Great visuals but everything else is overrated as fuck. Pretty unrealistic that MC was hung on a childhood friend for so long. It's just impossible when you grow up. You meet a lot of new people and even if you didn't want to move on originally you will eventually.
This kinda happened to me too even if I'm still a fucking introvert.
It was boring because it handled the whole moving on thing way to melodramatically.
>Pretty unrealistic that MC was hung on a childhood friend for so long. It's just impossible when you grow up.
I get that it wasn't that way for you, but it was for me, and others.
>You meet a lot of new people
Do you know where you are?
Why does everyone think the ending is melancholic and sad? He sees her walk away and not stay there after the train passes for him, realising that she moved on long ago so he finally can too. It's happy because he can finally move on with his life.
>Pretty unrealistic that MC was hung on a childhood friend for so long
It might defy your common sense anon, but many things in reality seem unrealistic as well. I don't sympathise with the guy, but such a scenario isn't too absurd.
>I found the ending to be very satisfying
> Pretty unrealistic that MC was hung on a childhood friend for so long. It's just impossible when you grow up.
No its absolutely not impossible.
>You meet a lot of new people and even if you didn't want to move on originally you will eventually.
And what if they absolutely don't compare ?
i remember when 5cm threads werent always filled with shitposters saying how much the hated the movie because
i remember the first few threads i saw on /a/ years back where people frame by frame analyzed the ending montage to see who stopped writing first and there was actual discussion.
these days theyre some of the most shitposted threads out, which is a real shame
Shows can still be subjectively bad, even if /a/ as a hivemind used to like parts of it before. Form an own opinion. If you found it deep and emotional and consider that enough to be good, then that's fine.