The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Now this obviously isn't your typical anime, the story of a cat living with is owner is something I'm sure most companies wouldnt want to put there money behind, but this anime was actually very well executed. At first the story seems quite mediocre, but after about 1 min the story kicks in. Keep in mind that this is nothing on an epic scale, see it more as a modest love story between pet and master. As it unfolds there are twists in the story, which given its small time frame were done very well and as the story reaches its end you come to appreciate for more and more. The animation was also brilliant, being done in black and white made me feel as though I was watching a manga unfold, with its own sense of unique realism.
Makoto Shinkai is amazing.
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