>Had this movie on my backlog for like 6 years
>Finally stop procrastinating and watch it
>Feel ashamed of all the moe and otaku pandering garbage i've been watching all these years after finishing it
Be careful son, some of these movies don't have proper endings and have more plot holes than a Tommy Wiseau film. Pic related.
So much fucking shit taste.
Go fap to sexualized battle harem girls you fucking faggots
>Go fap to sexualized battle harem girls you fucking faggots
Yes you can either like shit loli romance or battle harems
These are the only choices in anime you have.
Jin-Roh is okay but it's massively overrated. Everybody always posts the same webms of brief action sequences like they're representative of the film when it's mostly psychological thriller and political intrigue. The action is at the start and the very end, the bulk of it is just a spy movie basically.
>"Do you like stuff?"
Gotta admit though, that's some brutal version of Red Riding Hood.
8/10 would read.
Partial belt fed machineguns are retarded.
Why would watching Jin-Roh and watching "moe and otaku pandering garbage" be at odds? It's perfectly possible to do both.
Fuse wasn't a hero. He chose to remain a willing pawn of the Corps and suffered for it. The Driver was willing to seize his destiny from the suit-wearing gangsters trying to control him, making him a Real Hero.
Instead of having a single belt, they have a bunch of small ones.
Having to reload a belt that often defeats the purpose of having a belt, which is to be able to shoot for prolonged periods of time without reloading.
Fuse and the Driver are surprisingly similar; both have a violent/animalistic inner siden, both consider briefly abandoning their life to settle with a woman, both realize this is impossible by the end, and both are autistic mutes