Are You Tired of Christmas Carol or The Grim Who Stole Christmas? Let’s Talk About Tokyo Godfathers.

Christmas has always been a time for family, where you meet with family and friends, and you celebrate by eating and drinking and give each other presents. Christmas is a time for reflection, cheers, and marry laughter. I have always enjoyed Christmas TV episodes and movies: Elves, Christmas Carol, Dr. Who Christmas specials or Home Alone. My brother and I would watch these movies and more with our parents; we would feel the magic of Christmas even if we didn’t celebrate it.

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Kimi Na Wa or Your Name

Shinkai returned to his favourite theme of longing and separation as he brought us Your Name. Your Name is a vehicle that transports us the viewers into a world of magic through scenes of nature, astral magic and Mother Nature’s disasters. These uses of bright colours, camera work and sound would put many live-action blockbusters to shame, while there is almost hallucinogenic effects in the movie’s environmental scenes will move us to tears.

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YuGiOh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions, Nostalgia Done Halfway

Kaiba’s a bad ass the movie is the real name of this movie

Kaiba isn’t in denial of magic anymore and we get to see this in movie,  but what’s more is that we see him missing his greatest rival. His passion to defeat his rival is so great that he invents the worlds most advanced holographic systems in through the a statelight in space and then even later on, breaks the barrier between dimensions just to play a card game.

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Yowamushi Pedal The Movie

The art and animation of YowaPeda’s television series visibly struggled to maintain quality. In countless episodes, I noticed character designs melting into extremes. You can make a fair amount of excuses for facial distortions based on the grotesque natures of many of the characters–notably Shinkai and Midousuji–but it’s obvious when the drawing gets sloppy outside of those special circumstances and action cuts. In contrast, the film actually looks great on the big screen, with time and care given to the drawings of the team members’ faces and bodily proportions. CG was used in key areas to smooth the transition to cycling, particularly during dynamic scenes.

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