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Five Centimeters Per Second

Seen: completely; Own: completely;

Last Updated: Jun 24, 2013

8.50 (very good) I don't know what to say. I mean, the story just grabbed me. I really love the flow of story in it and how organized the complicated things are. It actually also depends on the viewer on how he/she interprets it. The story has a really deep meaning to it. :D My suggestion would be: Go watch it and let the movie speak for itself. \m/

Hoshi o Ou Kodomo

Seen: completely; Own: completely;

Last Updated: Jun 24, 2013

10.00 (excellent) From the moment that I learned that the creator of this animation was the one who created 5 Centimetres Per Second, I did not hesitate at all in finding and watching it. I have to say also that I was not disappointed. Makoto Shinkai's works have been maturing in every animation that he makes. I love how his works have that 3D feel to it yet it still keeps the original 2D interface. The story behind Hoshi o Ou Kodomo (Children Who Chase Lost Voices) is really breathtaking. A lot of people have been comparing Makoto's works with Hayao Miyazaki's because of its surreality and how it's animated but IMO, they shouldn't be compared at all. Their works are both to be loved in its own way. Definitely a must-watch.

Kotonoha no Niwa

Seen: completely; Own: completely;

Last Updated: Aug 25, 2013

10.00 (excellent) CoMix Wave Films and Makoto Shinkai are back, yet again, with another masterpiece. Though it's a bit short for its play time, the artwork and animation makes it up for everything. The artwork as usual is breathtaking but this time, it seems as if you're taken to a whole new level 'cause of how real looking the environment and elements are. It's as if you could almost touch and feel them. Setting that aside,the story of 'The Garden of Words' are pretty spot on and straight to the point. I definitely recommend it. A must-watch.

The Place Promised in Our Early Days

Seen: completely; Own: completely;

Last Updated: Jun 24, 2013

9.00 (very good) After watching Hoshi o Ou Kodomo, I couldn't help myself but search for more of Makoto's works. The Place Promised in Our Early Days is a great sci-fi animation. I couldn't help but relate it to The Matrix at some points, but then again, they're completely different from each other. The story's a bit complicated but straightforward nonetheless. Some might like it, some might not, but I'm the one of those who loved it.

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