Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation was an absolutely crazy journey. With 25 volumes in the light novel, 1 fully animated season and a second half of season 2 to be animated, it is an amazing journey anyone who loves the fantasy genre to indulge. Although there are some darker themes, the overall world building and characters are next level.
Horimiya was an entertaining love story with many great comedic elements. With a great cast of characters, a cozy atmosphere, hilarious moments, and overall solid plot, Horimiya has everything you could ever want from a slice-of-life rom com.
FOE was an interesting movie that explores love through a different lens. With a compelling story and interesting story, I was intrigued throughout the whole movie. The ending was especially interesting.
I enjoyed the visual and audio aspects of A Child of Fire, but the movie didn’t hold my attention like a big movie set in space should.
There are no conclusion, nothing gets resolved, and I’m left with more questions than answers. We actually get introduced to more things as the episode comes to a close, which is usually fine and dandy as a cliff-hanger for the next season, but it just doesn’t work when you don’t finish anything in your final episode.
Episode 7 drops the ball in more ways than one. Instead of an exciting, dramatic lead-up to the finale, we get a boring, disconnected deep dive into Lillian’s character that should have been left on the cutting room floor.
Overall, A Haunting in Venice is another fun and compelling Hercule Poirot mystery. With many twists and turns, compelling characters, and a horror element that makes this entry distinct this checks all the boxes of a fun whodunit mystery. So, if this is a genre you enjoy I would definitely recommend you check it out!
It’s not bad by any means, but episode 6 was the worst episode so far. The acting was really solid, and the story was interesting, but it felt lacking. The amount of content in this episode felt short compared to the other episodes, and the entire episode left me wanting more, not just the cliffhanger ending.
Our actors are doing great, the story is really picking up, and the world-building has been great so far. I don’t know where our story is headed, but I am really enjoying the path we are on right now. Look for this show to get weirder as we go, and probably darker.