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Old 2006-04-27, 21:55   Link #1
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Your favorite anime movie of all time?

mine would have to be Kenshin - Trust/Betrayal. this is my favorite movie of all time. its so freakin emotionally powerful that its hard for me to sit thru the whole movie without stopping.
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Old 2006-04-28, 12:11   Link #2
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For me, my favorite anime film is the Utena movie. When I first saw this at Nekocon 2001, I originally went in to see this as something to kill time before karaoke started. However, once I got in, save for a few times where I checked on the karaoke session, I ended up staying there for the whole film and was interested in picking the DVD up in the dealers' room the next (unforuately, it was sold out).
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Old 2006-04-28, 12:21   Link #3
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I really liked Samura X and I liked The FMA movie (first one didnt see second) and ummm...crap I don't know @.@
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Old 2006-04-28, 17:45   Link #4
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Probably Satoshi Kon's Millennium Actress. The production may not have been tip-top, but the combination of an excellent script with artful directing created a very moving film.
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Old 2006-04-30, 14:48   Link #5
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Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children.

Granted, it's not really an anime, but it's the best movie I've seen and it beats all the other anime movies ^^
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Old 2006-04-30, 14:53   Link #6
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Ah! My Goddess : The Movie (the one that follows the OVAs) simply because it made me feel so intense emotions and cry, I really thought that (damn I can't find what the spoiler tag is so i'll say it in some mysterious way ) what seemed was going to happen would happen.
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Old 2006-04-30, 15:05   Link #7
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Hands down the winner of anime movies
Cowboy Bebop: Knockin on heavens door
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Old 2006-04-30, 18:57   Link #8
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Jungle Emperor Leo (1997 movie) hands down
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Old 2006-04-30, 19:16   Link #9
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(damn I can't find what the spoiler tag is
[spoiler]text here[/spoiler]

Anyway, I also liked the AMG! movie. I don't really watch many feature length anime, I prefer series. Out of my anime dvd collection, I have maybe 5 movies, and just about all of them are related to series I own. If I had to chose one, I'd have to say it's either the AMG! movie, End of Eva, or the Nadesico movie. Though that isn't really chosing one, is it?
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Old 2006-04-30, 19:52   Link #10
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I dont really watch many anime movies but from the ones i have seen, i'd say my favs are:
The End of Evangelion (it was just a stunning conclusion to one of the best anime series i have ever seen IMO)
Samurai X - Trust and Betrayal (it had great animation, good music, superb action scenes, and a tragic tone that just sinks into your soul...)
Akira - (rather old...but it was entertaining and it revolutionized the anime industry and all other anime that succeeded it)
i dont remember any other good anime movies atm...
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Old 2006-04-30, 22:18   Link #11
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Old 2006-04-30, 22:43   Link #12
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I know I haven't really wtached that many anime movies but the ones I watched were all pretty much boring at some point.

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Old 2006-04-30, 23:48   Link #13
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Nausicaa of the Valley of Wind

God only knows how many times I have actually watched this.
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Old 2006-05-01, 02:34   Link #14
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Spirited Away and Tokyo Godfathers. Former has that folksy feel that I love so much, latter is totally hillarious and fun. I also like Steamboy for its awesome animation, but I guess the story's a bit generic.
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Old 2006-05-01, 02:43   Link #15
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Koukaku Kidoutai.
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Old 2006-05-01, 06:45   Link #16
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Kamui4356
[spoiler]text here[/spoiler]

Anyway, I also liked the AMG! movie. I don't really watch many feature length anime, I prefer series. Out of my anime dvd collection, I have maybe 5 movies, and just about all of them are related to series I own. If I had to chose one, I'd have to say it's either the AMG! movie, End of Eva, or the Nadesico movie. Though that isn't really chosing one, is it?
No it isn't exactly choosing Anyways thanks for the tag! I thought about it being like that, considering this forum uses BBCode and not HTML, but I didn't want to risk posting a spoiler.

Hehe you're exactly like me, I also don't watch movies alone that are not part of shows, apart if they're Gibli movies (I liked Mononoke and Laputa! The Castle in the Sky).
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Old 2006-05-01, 07:15   Link #17
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mine would have to be Kenshin - Trust/Betrayal. this is my favorite movie of all time. its so freakin emotionally powerful that its hard for me to sit thru the whole movie without stopping.
i agree- it's my favourite as well (including the second OVA, Reflection). the whole theme of forgiveness/redemption really gives the story a very realistic feel- in contrast to the usual comedy and action that we find in the series.
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Old 2006-05-01, 11:46   Link #18
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I am a big fan of hayao miyazaki films. Studio Ghibili has put out some reall great movies.
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Old 2006-05-01, 19:10   Link #19
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I adore Nausicaa and Totoro. Well, most of Ghibli I love, but those two especially.
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Old 2006-05-01, 20:25   Link #20
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Iam old school. It will have to be Ninja Scroll.
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