Name a better animated movie
>I haven't watched it, but it's shit!
This is the most /a/-core post of all time.
>everything haruhi-related is somewhere between 2-6/10
>your average "closing movie" is considerably worse than everything else from the series
>at least a 75% chance it'll be somewhere between 1-4/10
Completely different movies.
1 is before the Japanese economic meltdown, 2 was after. 1 is filled with boundless optimism about a worldwide Japanese technological hegemony— whereas 2 is full of mentions of budgetary crunches and making do. In 1, Japan is a world powerhouse, in 2 they've fallen and they're America's political bitch.
1 is much more straightforward and easy to pick up, whereas 2 has probably some of the strongest characters to come out of anime. 1 isn't bad and is still far better than pretty much anything else anime, but 2 is a goddamned masterwork. Hell, GitS SAC S2 was basically a poor-man's Patlabor 2, all the way down to the physically deformed spook who shows up and plays the part of advisor to the protagonists eventually being the antagonist pulling the strings.
I literally just watched this and it was shit. Muh time travel, muh robot with feelings. Softest sci-fi ever, soft-serve sci-fi if you will. Appeals to people with the emotional maturity and inter-personal skills of your average middle-schooler. Doesn't stimulate any intellectual thought or tell you anything about the human condition. Essentially pornography for chuuni prudes.
Well, yeah, rewatching a 3 hours long movie knowing everything that happens isn't going to be as thrilling as the first time. But you're also able to pick up things you didn't notice the first time and enjoy the cinematography more.
>There are non-Japanese animated films better than any anime
Magnetic Rose is objectively more ambitious, better animated and far far better.
Sorry, but it's true.
The original anime was made for about 16 dollars.
Here, I'll show you every good part of it, so now you don't have to watch it again.
Jumping in on this, looking at it as a Patlabor fan I'd also rate 1 higher. 2 is a great movie and maybe better for general anime fans looking for artistic merit, but the first movie IS Patlabor. At its most serious maybe, but the spirit is there more than the second.
At least we can all agree the third movie is a shitty spinoff at best, with the name tacked on for notoriety.
The animation's definitely aged, but I think they did a lot more with it than with the new movies.
It had atmosphere.
as in, one that has better animation, or just a better feature length animation?
If the former then anything by Disney Pictures
if the latter then anything by Kon
I've said it before, the director of the TV series grasped that there was more to Berserk than action. He worked to add characterization and motivation.
Yes, he played down the supernatural, but played up the themes of friendship, belonging and finding your way in the world. All are a big part of the Golden Age.
The new anime treats Berserk as an excuse to slap together a bunch of smooth-moving, but ugly CGI models in action sequences while cutting out all sense of character and motivation as it tries to cram the entire arc into just over 4 hours runtime across all three movies.
It doesn't help that the art direction for the movies was also utter shit on a shingle.
>The Avengers movie was good the first time, then it becomes too long and outdrawn considering how little happens in the movie to get to know the characters back story. The New York fight scene is fucking great though.
Did you actually think that sentence through?
>yfw you notice what you just did
She's a teenage girl acting out in a big way and nobody calls her out on her shit except the protagonist who only stays around because he wants to stick his dick in her. It's not that amazing.
>There are non-Japanese animated films better than any anime
It's not like every anime is Akira tier either. Also anime is more often than not cheap as hell. Also it's pretty obvious that you know jack shit about any non japanese animation.
The beginning is a bit slow, but that's it.
She acts normally around people she doesn't know (except the computer club guys). The supernatural beings of the brigade can't say anything because of their job, which leaves only the MC to keep her on leash. That's almost spelled out.
He doesn't want to stick his dick in her though, he genuinely enjoys doing crazy things with her despite not wanting to admit it, that's part of what the movie is about
The AIR movie was god tier. You wouldn't think Toei's movie adaptation was far better than Kyoani's TV Series, but it is.
>The supernatural beings of the brigade can't say anything because of their job, which leaves only the MC to keep her on leash.
That's what grated on me. A plot setup that goes out of its way to keep its most unlikable character from facing any form of comeuppance.
Fullmetal Alchemist: The Conqueror of Shambala.
Far better movie than Disappearance.
>best animated movie
This scene right here, you stare at what seems to be an island and then it hits you as to what it truly is.
Considering how the guy went off for several minutes on Noah's ark and the bird it should have hit me sooner.
Fucked up movie to say the least.
Does Tie Fighter count?
Baron Omatsuri is the best animated movie based on a shonen series. FACT.
I need commitment. Let the girl she's constantly stripping down get a punch in.
In all seriousness, I can't properly judge the latest stuff, as I dropped the show before then.
Everything I saw before that just seemed to paint her actions in a quirky manner that I was supposed to laugh off, rather than something that the other characters were genuinely trying to condemn.
Honestly I'd defend Rebellion for its visual style alone.
Do You Remember Love.
Now you newfags can fuck off.
Although it's true that old disney is fantastic.
Speaking of Fantasia, check out Fairy Florence. It's a good fantasia-esque anime movie.
Are you retarded? From this thread alone you can tell people haven't even watched Disappearance and you think they've seen DYRL?
DYRL might be famous but /a/ is made of casuals, if you didn't know, they don't actually watch anime, especially old anime, they just come here to shitpost.
Paradox Spiral is a good movie.
There's much better ways. Don't worry, you'll find out about them if you lurk for a bit.
/a/ isn't nearly as anti-recommendations as newfags think. It's just against lazy rec threads.
goddamn, i miss those pre-2000 anime threads
Can you see it as an independent media and still work?
Not really, there's too much you need to know from the anime.
>If not... then as a movie, sucks, or at least is far from perfection
I should be obvious it's aimed at people who are already familiar with it.
This /a/non is right. Both of them are perfect.
>tfw you live your life like kyon but there is no haruhi, asahina or nagato in your life
TRULY the best thing KyoAni has ever done
I nominate this.
The other two segments were nice. Dunno why people didn't like Stink Bomb or Cannon Fodder.
If you hate the characters so much than don't watch i. You're better off rewatcing your your favourite anime again (which you probably rated 8.3/10, because nothing is good enough to be 9/10 by your epic standards).
>he thinks garbage like Haruhi can compete with this
>Nobody mentioned Night on the Galatic Road
Shame on you /a/
I don't agree with him entirely but you're wrong.
Just because there is a thread (or even constant threads) for something doesn't mean that the majority of /a/ knows that thing.
If you don't care about something, you don't open the thread.
A few big titles will sooner or later make its way to most anons (once they've lurked for a while). But mostly newfags just watch seasonal stuff, because that's what /a/ is all about. A season like this, where most threads are for old shows is very rare.
K-On! movie, of course.
Its Disappearance on steroids.
>there are people who actually think the pinnacle of Japanese animation is bad