Anime – Gintama Movie 2: Kanketsu-hen, Yorozuya Yo Eien Nare [REVIEW] – He Doesn’t Have To Fight Alone

MyAnimeList Rating: 9,06/10
Genre: Action, Sci-Fi, Comedy, Historical, Parody, Samurai, Shounen
Studios: Sunrise
Author: Hideaki Sorachi
Seiyuu: Tomokazu Sugita, Rie Kugimiya, Daisuke Sakaguchi

Gintama Movie 2: Kanketsu-hen – Yorozuya yo Eien Nare or Gintama: The Movie: The Final Chapter: Be Forever Yorozuya is the 2nd movie of the Gintama series produced by Studio Sunrise. This movie is also a bit more interesting than the first movie before just for this movie is slightly different from what are Gintama show to us. For this second movie, we will be made laugh out loud, sad, confused, and amazed simultaneously because for Gintama Movie 2 presents a variety action that is very epic but doesn’t forget the usual comedy that Gintama always present.

Gintama 2

“Gintama Movie 2: Kanketsu-hen” will tell about Sakata Gintoki (Tomokazu Sugita) who is thrown into the future. Beginning of the story, Gintoki got a man who pirates a movie in a theater. Then, he somehow suddenly transported into a world where the city of Edo was stricken with an epidemic called “White Plague.” Thrown into 5 years of the future, Shinpachi Shimura (Daisuke Sakaguchi) and Kagura (Rie Kugimiya) work independently because Gintoki in the future has died. By disguise into an unknown person, Gintoki must reunite Yorozuya in order to investigate White Plague and find the key to the gloomy lie of the future.

For the 2nd movie from Gintama, I would say that this movie isn’t wrong that rated high on the internet. In closing of this anime Gintama, this film presents us all the elements that can be spelled out for the size of a movie like this. Sometimes has a funny comedy, a very touching drama, a somewhat elusive story and a very epic action that is very neat and very unusual. Of course, Gintama still presents something a bit original in it.

Silver Gintama

The soundtrack that was performed in this movie is fairly spelled out for anime movie like this. Genjou Destruction by SPYAIR is one of the craziest and epic soundtracks, perfect for this original movie and the battle presented with a bit of humor is perfect. Anime type Shounen is always present a soundtrack that will pump his audience. However, for this anime has very impressive in presenting a soundtrack.

If we compared by his TV series may be lost in animation because we can’t imagine how the movie from Gintama is a bit different from the anime series. The artwork of an action is illustrated in detail, filled colorful when viewed in good quality. The problem that is here only one if for myself that there is no difference from the artwork of characters from the movie to anime series. All look the same when compared. But that’s just my word. The result is very fantastic when viewed whole.

Overall, this movie can be watched by anyone even for those who don’t watch Gintama can also watch it. Gintama always makes us laugh, touched, even amazed at the same time. However, this movie changes our minds if this becomes more epic compared to its anime.



Anime – Gintama Movie 1: Shinyaku Benizakura-hen [REVIEW] – Yorozuya Crew Find Themselves In The Midst Of A Major Conspiracy

MyAnimeList Rating: 8,58/10
Genre: Action, Sci-Fi, Comedy, Historical, Parody, Samurai, Shounen
Studios: Sunrise
Author: Hideaki Sorachi
Seiyuu: Tomokazu Sugita, Rie Kugimiya, Akira Ishida

Gintama: The Movie or known it by the name of Gintama: Shin’yaku Benizakura-Hen is a summary of the episode Gintama 58-61, which here tells about the Benizakura Arc. Gintama was produced by Studio Sunrise since 2006 and for this movie will retell how Kotarou Katsura was attacked by the aliens of Kihetai. In this movie too, Warner Bros participated in the making of this movie even though they didn’t confirm about this movie. However, Gintama movie was a great success in 2010 and successfully aired in all theaters from various countries.


“Gintama: Movie 1,” tells about Sakata Gintoki (Tomokazu Sugita) and his idiot friends, Kagura (Rie Kugimiya) and Shinpachi Shimura (Daisuke Sakaguchi) will venture into a futuristic where the aliens still haunt the city of Edo. Kotarou Katsura (Akira Ishida) is disappeared after being attacked by an unknown group of assassins. Shinpachi and Kagura begin their investigation to find Katsura. On the other hand, Gintoki gets a sword named Benizakura who isn’t know who the owner is. This Yorozuya will break a conspiracy from Benizakura’s side and Gintoki will join into a battlefield to enter the enemy headquarters. Together, an epic adventure as well as a comedy that will make us laugh at the beginning.

I will not write much about this movie because this movie is just a summary of this Gintama series. Indeed for Benizakura Arc in the TV Series is not epic like this movie, but the dialogues that exist and action scenario is very fascinating. The portrayal that had initially failed a bit in his TV Series began to improve in this movie. Some background music that supports animation and some altered angel cameras make this movie much different from its series.

Benizakura Arc

But what’s make different about Gintama movie and series? The answer has many differences. Because helped by Warner Bros, Gintama for this movie version has something original of his own. For Gintama fans will feel it much different from the series, because they will realize that this is just a remake of some popular arc. If you just watch this movie but never watch the anime, maybe a bit disappointing for anyone new to Gintama because this anime presents an unusual adventure comedy action.

Overall, this movie can be enjoyed by anyone who wants to watch it especially for fans who really like Naruto, One Piece or other mainstream anime. However, Gintama is not a mainstream anime in my opinion. The story is very easy to understand and presents a very mesmerizing action. The movie is good, but for someone who is unfamiliar with Gintama, it may seem strange to them.

Movie – Manchester By The Sea [REVIEW] – The Past Re-opens An Unspeakable Tragedy

IMDB Rating: 7,9/10
Genre: Drama
Director: Kenneth Lonergan
Writer: Kenneth Lonergan
Stars: Casey Affleck, Michelle Williams, Kyle Chandler

Manchester by the Sea is a film that takes the title directly from the location of the making for this film. This film is a masterpiece that successfully proves that a simple story can also be called a film that managed to break a hearts of the audience. From the beginning of the story will be able to guess if this movie will become more emotional again, let alone if the existing of the ending of the story. That’s what I think when watching this movie, there are feelings that make our smile while watching it and there are situations where we will drift into this film.

“Manchester by the Sea,” tells about the fate of a handyman named Lee Chandler (Casey Affleck) suddenly had to hear a sad news that his brother named Joe Chandler (Kyle Chandler) died. Hearing the news, Lee immediately back to his hometown of Massachusetts or called Manchester by the sea which somehow always brings a bitter memory for Lee himself. Not until there, Lee must take the burden to be a father of his brother’s nephew named Patrick (Lucas Hedges) who has symptoms of nervous breakdown. Lee should try to forget his bitter memories and start trying to see a good future for Patrick.

Matthew Broderick, Casey Affleck, Gretchen Mol, and Lucas Hedges in Manchester by the Sea (2016)

Written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan who also wrote a film that is not less interesting with this film named Analyze This and Gangs of New York, Kenneth seems to take us drowned with the main cast in a series of real images that can make us touched by watching. Affleck featured his best acting in this movie where he looks very plain but suffers inside. Of course, Kyle Chandler and Lucas Hedges appear to be interesting in this movie. However, Affleck here gives an acting ranging from gestures with a blank stare, anxiety as the person who keeps his suffering alone, until his habit of fantasizing what has been done in the past.

Casey Affleck, Kyle Chandler, and Ben O'Brien in Manchester by the Sea (2016)

In the year 2016 maybe only this movie and Moonlight that we can drift in it because I also probably have not watched other films in 2016. Films like this should be watched by fans of drama and romance, the story is simple but drifting inside it. Kenneth shows us that it is not the visualization that will make the film good but the story is there and supported by the great actors who make this film so-called masterpiece. Movies that have a strong dramatic, how a life wheel runs are very real, and not exaggerated but very appealing to those who watch it.

Overall, Manchester by the Sea is not a perfect movie in everybody’s to watch because has simple story makes the audience uninterested in watching it. However, this film teaches us that life should not be controlled by our self. Life will be happy and sad, whatever weight it lives because reality will continue to run without ever stopping. A masterpiece that gets us to a high level cinematic.

Movie – Hacksaw Ridge [REVIEW] – When The Order Came To Retreat, One Man Stayed

IMDB Rating: 8,2/10
Genre: Biography, Drama, History
Director: Mel Gibson
Writer: Robert Schenkkan
Stars: Andrew Garfield, Sam Worthington, Luke Bracey

When watching some Mel Gibson’s movies feels like different from the rest of his most popular movie of all time, Braveheart. Directed and starred by himself, Braveheart certainly became the best history movie of all time. In 2006, Mel Gibson created a pretty good film called Apocalypto and the next 10 years who never seen finally creating another masterpiece that is not less well named Hacksaw Ridge. This film is the resurrection of a Gibson as the most expensive producer in Hollywood.

“Hacksaw Ridge,” based on a true story of a hero who lived as a soldier who refuses to take up arms. This soldier named Desmond Doss (Andrew Garfield) who is generally different from other military soldiers. Since the beginning of a military entry, Desmond firmly refused to take up arms. In addition, Desmond refused to work on Saturday because Saturday is the day when he should worship according to his belief. It was his attitude that made him become ostracized and bullied by his colleagues and considered a dissident to the jail.

Andrew Garfield and Luke Bracey in Hacksaw Ridge (2016)

I try not to mention anything that will happen in this movie, but maybe for you who have heard or studied about Desmond’s history will become a familiar story. Speaking of Desmond Doss, Andrew Garfield who cast Desmond is no longer exaggerated. Andrew who is known for the Spiderman image is indeed if playing Desmond is very different when compared with his role in the movie The Amazing Spider-man. Seeing Garfield in this movie seems to see the original figure of a Desmond in his youth.

Andrew Garfield and Teresa Palmer in Hacksaw Ridge (2016)

Mel Gibson knows very well about how to become a genius director. Gibson presents a drama and war story that will make us stunned when watching it. Gibson gives us a visualization of how a war was known to be cruel in World War II. For Andrew Garfield, Hacksaw Ridge became the debut of a handsome actor. See Garfield in this movie as we’ve forgotten Spiderman character. After a decade, Mel Gibson is absent because he never made a new masterpiece again. In the beginning, Hacksaw Ridge could doubt especially if competing with other popular films. In fact, Hacksaw Ridge became a film that won two Oscars for Best Achievement in Film Editing and Best Achievement in Sound Mixing.

Overall, Hacksaw Ridge can be a very promising movie, especially if this film brings a big name from Mel Gibson who almost forgotten. It’s not wrong that Mel Gibson and his films managed to bring his name to the Oscars as the best director of all time.

Movie – Moonlight [REVIEW] – This Is The Story Of A Lifetime

IMDB Rating: 7,5/10
Genre: Drama
Director: Barry Jenkins
Writer: Tarell Alvin McCraney
Stars: Mahershala Ali, Shariff Earp, Duan Sanderson

It’s so hard to experience something new, especially when discussing gay or other simple things. How is the path that taken by the main character so that he can find his true identity or he just sits silently in his place and doesn’t follow his heart it? That’s what happens in Moonlight, the crowd will be able to follow the flow and feel what the main character that mixes our emotions. Barry Jenkins reminds us when a movie can tear a hearts of his audience.

“Moonlight,” is divided into three chapters of a simple story where the lives of Chiron Harris (Alex Hibbert, Ashton Sanders, Trevante Rhodes) will be told from childhood, adolescence, to adulthood. As a child, he was always bullied by his classmates for his innate. Hide behind Juan (Mahershala Ali) who is a drug dealer is also very sympathetic to Chiron. For Chiron, Juan is a figure he considers as his father while Juan’s girlfriend Teresa (Janelle Monáe) feels like his mother. Paula (Naomie Harris) is a mother of Chiron who is a drug addict also always tortures Chiron. As a teenager, Chiron was still bullied by his friend and had a best friend named Kevin (Jaden Piner). After the incident that made Chiron have to deal with the law, Chiron eventually became a handsome adult young man but still trapped in his past and still loyal to nostalgic.

Naomie Harris in Moonlight (2016)

Moonlight is presented regularly as a coming of age drama of a casual black man from Miami. Jenkins uses cinematography techniques that can be somewhat unique uses a close-up technique in the form of dramatic effects that can be felt by the audience. Jenkins seems to be very well aware of how the actors who play in this movie looks very amazing and clearly so real around. The capture of everyday imagery is unusual but packed dramatically and the results have a remarkable effect. As a result, Jenkins is like someone who tells a bedtime tale that can stir up our emotions.

Ashton Sanders and Jharrel Jerome in Moonlight (2016)

Thanks to Mahershala Ali and Naomie Harris as an actor who can make the most of his audience’s emotions. Ali looks like a man who is so sympathetic, while Harris looks like a woman who always emits his emotions out. Of course, we don’t forget the cast of 3 actors who play Chiron namely Alex Hibbert, Ashton Sanders, and Trevante Rhodes. In fact, Monae is also playing well and bringing her character with emotion. All the cast in this film has their own uniqueness by emitting their emotions in their own way.

Overall, Moonlight is not a movie that is seen on its cover only. In Indonesia itself, this film is very hated for telling about gay. This film even beat La La Land that people say is a film that should win Oscar. Jenkins managed to introduce us to a life that looks simple but many of the issues that have to face the main cast make this film are so different from any other drama films.

Anime – Your Name [REVIEW] – Will Distance Be The Only Thing To Keep Them Apart?

MyAnimeList Rating: 9,24/10
Genre: Supernatural, Drama, Romance, School
Studios: CoMix Wave Films
Author: Makoto Shinkai (Story), Ranmaru Kotone (Art)
Seiyuu: Mone Kamishiraishi, Ryunosuke Kamiki, Kana Hanazawa

A masterpiece that ranked #1 in MyAnimeList finally succeeded being shifted by the best anime of all time, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. Your Name is definitely a masterpiece by Makoto Shinkai, even in all theaters in various countries showing this movie to be enjoyed on the widescreen. Your Name is sure to be selling well both in Japan and internationally, even winning many awards, especially at the Awards of the Japanese Academy as Best Music Score and Best Screenplay. Of course, this anime also entered the Asian Film Awards nomination as Best Screenwriter.


“Your Name,” tells about a teenage boy and girl named Taki Tachibana (Ryunosuke Kamiki) who lives in Tokyo while Mitsuha Miyamizu (Mone Kamishiraishi) lives in a countryside. For less obvious reasons, they always exchanged while they were sleeping. This makes their life become a mess because of their different behavior every day. Finally, they both keep a record of all the activities of what they experience to sustain their lives.

When compared to Makoto Shinkai’s works like The Place Promised in Our Early Days, Your Name has a rather long duration of 1 hour 46 minutes. Makoto Shinkai looks like trying to keep his pacing so much better for his audience didn’t feel bored when watching this movie. Makoto Shinkai uses his time very efficiently to keep the story closer. Stories are shown will always alternate from character to other characters so that the stories we enjoy will also always made curiously. The character and pacing of the existing story make Your Name better than any other Shinkai films like other popular works by Shinkai, 5 Centimeters per Second and The Garden of Words. Of course, both films are more successful and have become a habit of Shinkai to handle it.

Kimi no na wa

In addition to stories and characters, Makoto Shinkai’s works always dominate an animation that looks very stunning to watch. Just like The Garden of Words that uses the theme of rain, Your Name also presents a no less amazing atmosphere like The Garden of Words. Starting from the movement of a very smooth character to the beauty of a village and urban in Japan that looks beautiful. To the extent that the audience can recognize all the objects easily because of its detailed animation.

Overall, Makoto Shinkai is not someone who can make anime with a beautiful animation like Hayao Miyazaki because both of them also have different techniques. For anime like Your Name, of course not a lie if this anime is said to be the most hype anime in 2016. Makoto Shinkai’s movies aren’t to be missed.

Movie – It [REVIEW] – You’ll Float Too

IMDB Rating: 7,9/10
Genre: Drama, Horror, Thriller
Director: Andy Muschietti
Writer: Stephen King
Stars: Bill Skarsgård, Jaeden Lieberher, Finn Wolfhard

For some people, It is not unusual for someone who has never thought that this horror series does have previous versions that aired many years ago. 27 years ago exactly 1990 years ago, a TV mini-series from one of the best legendary novelist of all time Stephen King published one of his most scary novels and the most difficult to manufacture due to a complex story that contains ambiguity. If seen not as frightening as The Shining or other Stephen King horror novel, maybe this could be as interesting as horror movies in 2017.

Bill Skarsgård in It (2017)

“It,” tells about children in town of Derry always disappeared one by one because of the terror of a clown named Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård) who is actually a demon that can change shape and appear every 27 years. In his action, Pennywise hunts a child by exploring their fears and phobias by entering their consciousness. The presence of Pennywise has led a band of children to join in searching for Pennywise presence which also happens to Bill Denbrough (Jaeden Lieberher) who is curious because his younger brother has suddenly disappeared.

It is a movie that can be said this film is a film with a very deep impression, especially for those who love the horror-themed movies. Indeed when compared with 1990 version will be worse by 2017, when compared with the use of costumes, visual effects, and others. Andy Muschietti created a version of himself that also all worked very effectively and never far from the original source. Andy Muschietti even make things improve compared with previous versions.

Wyatt Oleff, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Jaeden Lieberher, Finn Wolfhard, Sophia Lillis, Jack Dylan Grazer, and Chosen Jacobs in It (2017)

It tends to emphasize more of the traumatic and fearful sides of our childhood that the audience never imagined. Intelligently, this film injects with a combination of light-dark modd which is fairly smooth. The impression is fairly creepy but presented with a very cold. There are a lot of flaws that exist in this film mainly visual effects and cinematography that looks a little defective, the story of this film is also spelled out very thick like the movie Stand By Me and Stranger Things. Just a collection of bully, very weak children, the romance of children, bromance, and their curiosity about the mysteries that surround them. It not only keeps its audience focused on the horror theme but it brings more personal touches such as fear of loneliness, bullying, racism, sexual harassment, and so on. But of course this movie is packed so well that there is no explicit element.

Overall, It is not an adaptation of Stephen King’s best novel when compared to The Shining or The Thing. But, hopefully the director has tried to make a version that is very clear and much better than previous versions. The Dark Tower also lost when compared with this film. In fact, both films are also the result of the adaptation of Stephen King. It manages to create a masterpiece that everyone can watch.

Movie – WALL·E [REVIEW] – In Space, No One Can Hear You Clean

IMDB Rating: 8,4/10
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Family
Director: Andrew Stanton
Writer: Pete Docter
Stars: Ben Burtt, Elissa Knight, Jeff Garlin

Another one of the films from the collaboration between Walt Disney and Pixar entitled WALL·E. This movie is hilarious and touching at the same time. How is it possible if the story when the earth is no longer inhabited by humans and only live on an artificial planet called Axiom while the earth itself is full of garbage. It is not unexpected if this film is able to make the audience touched and laughed at the same time while watching it. Successfully brought 1 Oscar award in the category of Best Animated Feature Film of the Year in 2009, this film is very suitable to watch even though this movie is animated.


“WALL·E,” tells about a world that is already too full of rubbish and all humanity left the earth to live on an artificial planet called Axiom. A robot named WALL·E (Ben Burtt) or referred to as Waste Allocation Load Lifter – Earth-Class is one of its very lonely residents. This robot is tasked to clean up all the waste on earth after humanity has gone. Suddenly, a robot that attracts the attention of WALL·E named EVE (Elissa Knight) or Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator comes to earth to find signs of life by carrying evidence of a plant. WALL·E who have found it first tracing EVE and the adventure of that robot junk is started.

When compared with the animated films in general, WALL·E has its own uniqueness mainly on the part of characters that only communicate through emotional and physical. So as long as you watch, this movie will be a lot of a pantomime conversation between characters that is easy to understand each movement.

WALL·E (2008)

Of course, even children can understand when watching it and adults will also be interested to watch it. The depiction of the earth in this film where the future is already filled with garbage looks real if we imagined. How the robots look alive and there is a romance story that’s also no less touching with other animated films.

Overall, this movie is very suitable to watch with family, especially with children. Where the lessons we get in this movie are very much in touch with a life that is beginning to be filled with junk as well. Humans do have to keep the earth where they live, not to pollute it.

Movie – The Shining [REVIEW] – The Horror Is Driving Him Crazy

IMDB Rating: 8,4/10
Genre: Drama, Horror
Director: Stanley Kubrick
Writer: Stephen King
Stars: Jack Nicholson, Shelley Duvall, Danny Lloyd

Stephen King and Stanley Kubrick, who don’t know the two big names after The Shining is a movie with a classic psychological horror movie that is very successful and mandatory to watch. This film is an adaptation of a novel entitled same from the mystery of Stephen King, successfully translated perfectly by Stanley Kubrick who is not half worked in this film. Stanley Kubrick is one of the most legendary directors who will be memorable from his movies, even other directors follow his stunning cinematography technique.

“The Shining,” tells about Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson) who just got a new job as a caretaker at a luxury hotel located in the mountains of Rocky Mountain, Colorado during the winter. Previously, there had been a massacre that happened inside that hotel 5 years ago and later, Jack and his wife Wendy Torrance (Shelley Duvall) and his son Danny (Danny Lloyd) who will stay alone for 5 months at the hotel. Strange events popping up when Danny who turned out to have a capability called ‘The Shining’ began to see the terrible sightings that made him very frightened. Jack begins to graduate slowly by the evil supernatural power and drive him mad.

Shelley Duvall and Danny Lloyd in The Shining (1980)

After an exhausting filming with a script that often alternated all of a sudden, this film makes all of the actors paid satisfied after seeing the results of this film. A horror with a thick psychological element and tremendous tension can really be a must-watch movie. The terrifying memorable classical music that been the opening act of this film, with the atmosphere inside the hotel makes it all horrible and thrilling to watch. The camera moves that very smooth and dynamic makes The Shining is the best horror movie ever.

Jack Nicholson in The Shining (1980)

Jack Nicholson as Jack Torrance does have a very serious expression and make this movie will always be remembered every audience. Jack Nicholson displays a fierce expression that sometimes also appears for a moment’s cute and crazy expressions. Shelley Duvall who is called a tortured actress throughout the filmmaking to perform optimally. The pressures of Stanley Kubrick demanded him to be a perfect actor who turned out to be able to make Duvall an actress that same as Nicholson, even though Kubrick’s way of suppressing him was wrong.

Overall, The Shining is the best horror movie that is required to watch among horror movie lovers or not. With the psychological elements of the merging between Kubrick and King, it makes the all of the audience very difficult to sleep after watching it.

Anime – Grave Of The Fireflies [REVIEW] – Why Do Fireflies Die So Soon?

MyAnimeList Rating: 8,56/10
Genre: Drama, Historical
Studios: Studio Ghibli
Author: Akiyuki Nosaka
Seiyuu: Ayano Shiraishi, Tsutomu Tatsumi, Akemi Yamaguchi

A masterpiece created by the legend studio named Studio Ghibli in 1988 was a long time ago. However, this anime does have its own uniqueness if in its own review. Grave of the Fireflies is a classic anime that has uniqueness in its artwork. Talk about picture quality indeed when compared to anime even cartoons are now not that good. However, this anime has the most realistic message in terms of feelings of life compared to other fantasy anime.

“Grave of the Fireflies,” tells about a sister named Setsuko (Ayano Shiraishi) and Seita (Tsutomu Tatsumi) had to live after her mother died of an atomic bomb and their father was also unreported. Seita at first didn’t want to tell his sister that his mother had died. After their house was destroyed, Seita invited Setsuko to stay at his aunt’s house. However, their aunts consider both to be a nuisance, but their aunts are selling her second legacy for her family to eat. Eventually, they went to find a small cave in a hole near the river. Every night, Seita has to catch a lot of fireflies because at night it takes a light. As usual to release the fireflies in the cave that had been covered by the curtain, the morning the fireflies died. Setsuko always digs the ground to bury everything.

Hotaru no haka

The facts say that Grave of the Fireflies is a film that managed to make all the audience sobbed when watching this movie. No wonder if Akiyuki Nosaka always describes how is the artwork of detail and don’t forget the storyline provided in it. Compared to an American that always produces war films that portray them as American heroes, then Japan will describe them with stories from victims. Akiyuki Nosaka looks for a bright idea and tries to explore a point of view that many people can’t think of.


Akiyuki Nosaka if seen isn’t too concerned with what is in this anime depiction although he also has been trying to make it as detailed as possible. However, there is no need for a film to be drawn in full detail. Enough with a story that is rich in uniqueness and makes our emotions mixed up. Grave of the Fireflies is a film that has been proven to hurt, drain emotions and leave deep scars for the audience, though this is anime that is a bit difficult to digest children.

Overall, this anime doesn’t look good in artwork when compared with the anime now especially when compared with Makoto Shinkai’s stunning outfit. However, this anime can indeed make the audience cry like a baby if who watch it doesn’t cry nor may he have no feelings.