Is Ai a well animated character?
The character interactions are fun. That constitutes /some/ good writing; already being more than most shows can manage.
After a while the plot gets in the way and pretty much ruins everything, but while it was still character driven it was actually pretty good.
It was probably twitter. I don't think it was meant to make sense either.
>the character interactions are fun
>HEY I HAVE A GLASSES FETISH THAT I HAVE TO MENTION EVERY EPISODE
>I WANNA FUCK MY LITTLE SISTER
>YOU'RE ALL PERVERTS
KyoAni's big mistake was adapting trashy LNs.
It's because you chose to not engage with the show that you claim the writing is bad and can't even bring to mind all the visual storytelling that goes on at every frame. Kyoukai is a production that undercuts a dialectic between the theatrical and mundane. The main thematic motif of the show is an Evangelion-esque study of relationships and empathy depicting subjective experience above all else, perhaps the reason for the Bach music parallel. It uses abstract Shinbo-esque colors, paper cutouts, experimental angle shots, spatial layout designs, meticulous character acting and long lasting continuity of quirks to establish consistence of performance, framing motion specifically tied to the edge of the frame and BGs to elucidate its fullness of vision of space. One shot of Mirai's bedroom had more visual storytelling and characterization than the entirety of the Haruhi series.