Sakura and a Movie

Although we’ve been reviewing anime for years now, there’s still plenty of classics that we’ve never covered. Among them is the world famous Cardcaptor Sakura, which Shinmaru has taken the chance to write up his thoughts on. Even if you watch it in today’s age of CG and computer-generated effects, it’s bound to provide a lovely few evenings.

Next, we have AC’s Blue Exorcist: The Movie review. It’s a movie that seems like a film made for fans of the series that hasn’t taken the chance to improve the less entertaining elements of the TV series.

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  1. Comment by gedata | 2013/11/09 at 09:31:35

    I’d probably feel more inclined to watch Cardcaptor Sakura if the memories of the terrible Saban version weren’t so fresh

    “Although we’ve been reviewing anime for years now, there’s still plenty of classics that we’ve never covered”

    yep *looks at Trigun*

  2. Comment by Kylaran | 2013/11/09 at 12:34:26

    Thanks for your comment gedata!

    Good point… we should get around to Trigun someday. :)


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