The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Like any anthology, it can't help but feel misshapen, but even its weakest moments are still awfully successful and worthwhile.
A trilogy of anime aimed more at adults than kids. From slow and thoughtful to hilarious to pointedly satiric. Anime at its best.
a great troligy of sci-fi animation
Excellent first segment, forgetable second, and perfect third. The last one is probably the most sharp and accurate commentary anyone has ever made about war since George Orwell.
A collection of three anime short films. The first, Magnetic Rose, is easily the best, full of atmosphere and beauty. That in itself is a 4.5 star effort. The second is okay, and the third is basically filler.
Kanojo No Omoide
Really beautifully drawn depiction of a dead woman who, wanting never to part from her husband, had created a virtual reality based on her memories in which two space refuse dealers get entangled during a rescue mission. ***
A man is called to deliver a package to his superiors containing information that might save Tokyo from a terrible biological weapon. The funny thing is that he is the weapon, but just doesn't know it... And neither do the others until it's almost too late. ****
Taiho No Machi
A day in a town whose only purpose is to fire cannons at an unknown enemy. Really a sad story, in a way. **
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