Posted on 6 February 2006 with categories: Rating - (0-69/100)

Black Jack Special – (OVA) – 69/100
Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death and Rebirth – (Movie) – 69/100
Pale Cocoon – (OVA) – 69/100
Shadow Skill – (TV) – 68/100
Five Star Stories – (Movie) – 67,5/100
Kurokami The Animation – (TV) – 67,5/100
Ozuma – (TV) – 67,5/100
TO – (OVA) – 67,5/100
Zan Sayonara Zetsubou-Sensei – (TV) – 67,5/100
Howl’s Moving Castle – (Movie) – 67/100
Kannadzuki no Miko – (TV) – 67/100
Fantastic Adventures of Unico – (Movie) – 66/100
Haru no Ashioto The Movie: Ourin Dakkan – (Movie) – 66/100
Gintama The Movie – Benizakura-Hen – (Movie) – 65/100
Nitaboh – (Movie) – 65/100
Oblivion Island – Haruka and the Magic Mirror – (Movie) – 65/100
Precure All-Stars DX3 – Mirai ni Todoke! Sekai o Tsunagu Niji-Iro no Hana – (Movie) – 65/100
Sacred Seven – (TV) – 65/100
Soul Link – (TV) – 65/100
Tsukuyomi Moon Phase – (TV) – 65/100
Two Walnuts – (OVA) – 65/100
Urban Legend Story Hikiko – (OVA) – 65/100
Valvrave the Liberator – (TV) – 65/100
Amnesia – (TV) – 64/100
Binbou Shimai Monogatari – (TV) – 63/100
Mai Otome Zwei – (OVA) – 63/100
Mai Otome – (TV) – 63/100
Shuffle! – (TV) – 63/100
Guilty Crown – (TV) – 62,5/100
Mobile Suit Gundam – Stardust Memory – (OVA) – 62,5/100
Dragonaut – The Resonance – (TV) – 62/100
Wolf’s Rain – (TV) – 62/100
Spriggan – (Movie) – 61/100
Armored Trooper Votoms – Case;Irvine – (Movie) – 60/100
Kenran Butou Sai: The Mars Daybreak – (TV) – 60/100
Kowarekake no Orgol – (OVA) – 60/100
Lucky Star – (TV) – 60/100
Quiz Magic Academy OVA – (OVA) – 60/100

Kamisama Kazoku – (TV) – 59/100
Rebuild of Evangelion 1.0: You Are (Not) Alone – (Movie) – 58/100
The Diary of Tortov Roddle – (OVA) – 58/100
Musashi – The Dream of the Last Samurai – (TV) – 57,5
Togainu no Chi – (TV) – 57,5/100
Paradise Kiss – (TV) – 57/100
Romeo x Juliet – (TV) – 56/100
Dragon Crisis – (TV) – 55/100
Pretty Cure All-Stars DX2 – (Movie) – 55/100
Iron Man – (TV) – 52,5/100
Shakugan no Shana – (TV) – 51/100
Vampire Hunter D – (Movie) – 51/100
Armored Trooper Votoms – Big Battle – (OVA) – 50/100
Melody of Oblivion – (TV) – 50/100
Full Metal Alchemist – The Conqueror of Shamballa – (Movie) – 50/100

School Days – (TV) – 49/100
Afro Samurai – (TV) – 47/100
Gin-Iro no Kami no Agito – (Movie) – 45/100
Glass Mask – (TV) – 45/100
Nagagutsu Sanjuushi – (Movie) – 45/100
The Boy Who Saw The Wind – (Movie) – 44/100
Garzey’s Wing – (OVA) – 40/100

Chocolate Underground – (TV) – 37,5/100
DOGS: Bullets and Carnage – (OVA) – 37,5/100
Shining Tears X Wind – (TV) – 34/100
Munto the Movie – (Movie) – 30/100
Tono to Issho – (OVA) – 27,5/100
Mushrambo The Movie – 1 – (Movie) – 15/100

A quick indication on what all the ratings mean:
65-69/100: The epitome of mediocrity. These have one or two good points, but mostly they’re just bad and boring.
60-64/100: The bad stuff. Some redeeming qualities, mixed with a whole lot of garbage.
50-59/100: Garbage, stay away.
40-49/100: Utter crap.
<39: Downright Terrible

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  • AidanAK47
    (Saturday, Dec 20. 2014 03:02 PM)
    @Bam, but the dubstep is still out of place.
  • Bam
    (Saturday, Dec 20. 2014 12:52 PM)
    I haven’t read the manga so I judge it on its own, and it’s been good. The animation is good when it needs to be and the quality disparity is interwoven pretty seamlessly. The Yakuza office fight scene was particularly intriguing.
  • Bam
    (Saturday, Dec 20. 2014 12:48 PM)
    So far there hasn’t been any persistently annoying characters and aside from the whole alien parasite thing you don’t need great suspension of disbelief, as characters and events follow the story’s own internal logic pretty closely.
  • Bam
    (Saturday, Dec 20. 2014 12:45 PM)
    Caught up with Parasyte, and can say so far so good. Minor plot issues and sound engineering problems in general aside it has kept a good proper pace. Characters get their point across and conflicts are resolved without dragging on forever. Shinichi’s developments generally improved his character, plus people say that this fit and confident version is closer to the manga anyways.
  • Emma
    (Saturday, Dec 20. 2014 08:02 AM)
    Problems lie in pandering , the whole thing coming up largely paper thin and weak script and screenplay dragging it down to a poor pace and flat dialogue that render the film although only just over 90 minutes feel like 140 minutes. But this is by far the worst thing he’s ever worked on as far as I see it. There is some moments of comic relief but its not exactly all that amusing.
  • Emma
    (Saturday, Dec 20. 2014 08:02 AM)
    Well that’s me just finished Expelled from paradise. I will give credit where credit is due, though I do not care for the 3D CGI art and animation style when used in some anime in this film the full CG was much better done than usual even if it still looks noticeable, ugly to me.
    The action scenes when they happen are at least decently watchable enough, it’s a serviceable setup.
  • Emma
    (Saturday, Dec 20. 2014 08:02 AM)
    I believe there is a three hour star driver compilation film and wasn’t there going to be a follow up film?
  • lieo
    (Saturday, Dec 20. 2014 05:42 AM)
    Did they make a session 2 of star draver
  • Emma
    (Saturday, Dec 20. 2014 04:35 AM)
    Though its time to just get down to properly watching and continuing it now that my brother kept going on about it and now Aidan you are too.
  • Emma
    (Saturday, Dec 20. 2014 04:31 AM)
    Props then to Charlie Brooker then for that.

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