Everyone on /a/ should have seen at least a quarter of these.
>hardcore anime fans should have seen 1/4 of these
There was a time when you'd be told to GTFO if you hadn't seen all of these. Most of them are pretty introductory, low power level movies.
Everyone on /a/ should have seen at least 4 of these from each category.
If you haven't seen/read everything here please leave.
>from each category
Four isn't enough. And this rule should only apply to categories you like. I've only seen 3 of the space opera list, but I don't like the genre, so why should I see more of it?
And this list is getting older and older, some recent shows deserve to be in it.
Lupin the Third
Mobile Suit Gundam
Guess I pass, barely.
This one is way easier although I guess I fail the sports column. Seen more than half in everything else aside from Space Operas.
I went to see Royal Space Force not long ago in the cinema and I swear to god that was incredibly boring, I nearly ended up falling asleep. It could have been a really nice charming film too. A lot of the films on that list strike me as films that have been made not to be enjoyed as a film for the public but as a film for other film makers and people who like to analyze films. I just want something that's fun to watch and enjoyable all the way through, too much pretentious shit that wants you to work out ever little detail and I cannae be arsed so sook ma baws.
>Rose of Versailles
Obviosuly some of them are much better than others, but I liked them all.
Do any of you watch shoes like op's pic just for the artstyle?
Ive always thought that, while subjective, shows with a unique artstyle tend to be better than ones that don't have one.
Take petit cubes for example, the artstyle really helps the short shine and sort of wills itsself to the story it tells.
Maybe I'm just too biased when it comes to this shit.
>legit replying clear b8
C'mon now guys.