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Looking for some Marvelous Anime movie? I have got you some astonishing hand-picked collection of the movie. Here is a list of  Top 10 Best Anime Movies You Must Watch.So without any further delay let’s start with our Top 10 Anime Movie List

Top 10 Best Anime Movies Of All Time Patlabor: The Movie (1989)

Many of the films on this list are here because they’re landmark films for their directors, or that they move the art form of Japanese animation forward in meaningful ways. Patlabor is just a good-ass movie made by a bunch of talented people, including future Ghost in the Shell collaborators Mamoru Oshii and I.G Tatsunoko (the early name for the production company that would become Production I.G). Set in the distant future of 1999, Patlabor’s hardboiled sci-fi police procedural explores the connection between humanity and technology, and how we approach law enforcement in an age of automation. Also, this list would otherwise be sorely lacking in giant mech movies – this film has them in spades, and they fight a bunch. It’s pretty cool.

The Girl Who Leapt Through Time (2006)

Studio Ghibli commissioned director Mamoru Hosoda to make Howl’s Moving Castle, but sent him packing after rejecting his initial concepts. Hosoda then turned around and directed The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, an abounding and inventive dramedy that’s as entertaining as it is thought-provoking. Based on a novel by Yasutaka Tsutsui, the film follows high schooler Makoto Konno as she learns that she has the power to quite literally leap through time. First, she uses these powers to get good grades, but she quickly learns that her actions have consequences. It’s a wildly imaginative slice of life and marked the emergence of an important voice in animated films.

Your Name (2016)

Since the release of his first short film Voices of a Distant Star (which he wrote, directed, and animated by himself over seven months), Makoto Shinkai has been described by multiple critics as the next Hayao Miyazaki. With his most recent film Your Name. (yes, the period is part of the title), Shinkai finally steps out steps out of the shadows of the greats and finds his own voice. To describe it as a mere body-swapping film does it a great disservice, as it finds the humor and humanity in a situation where two young high schoolers find themselves in each others shoes and desperately want to find each other. But then, Shinkai pulls the rug out from under you halfway through and Your Name. turns into a different kind of film entirely.

Vampire Hunter D (1985)

Vampire Hunter D is often credited as being one of the first anime films specifically targeted for an older audience, and its success paved the way for many of the films on this list. It’s a slow, haunting burn that follows the titular, monosyllabic vampire hunter as he aids and protects a young woman from a demonic menace. Featuring the brooding character design of none other than Final Fantasy concept artist Yoshitaka Amano, Vampire Hunter D is the dark glimpse into the maturation of anime as a genuine theatrical art form.

Ninja Scroll (1993)

If Akira and Ghost in the Shell were the opening salvos for anime’s initial resurgence in the West as more than Saturday morning fodder, Ninja Scroll was the knockout punch. Releasing in the West around the same time as Ghost in the Shell, Ninja Scroll is a stylish, hyper-violent flurry of over-the-top battles and geysers of blood. Ex-ninja Jubei is coerced under threat of death by a Tokugawa spy to hunt down and defeat the Eight Devils of Kimon, each one with its own mystical set of powers. In an hour and a half, Jubei fights a dude whose skin can turn into stone, a naked snake lady, a guy who can melt into shadows, and a woman who plants gunpowder in people’s bodies and uses them as living time bombs.

Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (1984)

Studio Ghibli is perhaps second only to Disney in terms of cultural relevance and worldwide recognition in animation, and Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind is where it all started. It follows the eponymous young woman as she navigates a post-apocalyptic future where venturing outside small population centers means having to contend with giant insects and a deadly miasma. Here, you will see many of Ghibli’s themes on humanity, community, mortality, and environmentalism converge, accompanied by lush hand-drawn animation and swashbuckling action.

Perfect Blue (1997)

After working as an animator on other films, Satoshi Kon made his explosive directorial debut with Perfect Blue. It’s about a J-Pop idol who leaves behind a music career to pursue acting, and the further she dives into the role, the more reality and fiction begin to blur together. Kon’s signature style seems to spring forth fully realized from the first frame, his unique take on magical realism ensuring you never see the seams until he wants you to. Kon’s career was cut short due to pancreatic cancer, but his influence can be seen everywhere, including Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan and Christopher Nolan’s Inception.

Ghost in the Shell (1995)

Oshii’s adaptation of Masamune Shirow’s seminal graphic novel series is simultaneously one of the most influential and enigmatic anime films ever made. There’s definitely a plot here, as a team of armored police officers leads by Major Motoko Kusanagi attempt to hunt down a mysterious hacker known as the Puppet Master, but Ghost in the Shell is far more concerned with exploring the philosophical ramifications of its transhumanist themes than it is providing any sort of narrative payoff. It’s a strange one to watch, packing a lot of information and world-building into its brisk 82-minute runtime, but its length and structure allow for repeat viewings that are as rewarding as the first.

Spirited Away (2001)

If you want a good snapshot of Studio Ghibli’s history, first watch Nausicaa, then watch this one. Here is Miyazaki at the height of his craft, using advancements in animation technology to enhance but not overpower an Alice in a Wonderland-esque story filled to the brim with strange creatures and imaginative scenarios. It’s a coming of age story about a young girl who finds herself lost in a bathhouse for the spirits, interacting with an assortment of fantastical creatures as she attempts to rescue her parents. That Miyazaki still explores the consequences of the convergence of nature and technology shows how timeless and important these themes are.

Akira (1988)

Akira is a powerhouse of a film, every frame of animation exploding off the screen with kinetic energy and effortless style. It’s based off the first half of Otomo’s massive graphic novel series of the same name (the second half created after the film was completed, explaining the wild divergence in plotlines), following a group of delinquent teenagers in Neo-Tokyo decades after the end of World War 3. One of these boys, named Tetsuo, is abducted by a secretive government unit and experimented on, awakening his latent psychic abilities which quickly spiral out of control. What follows is a strange, gut-wrenching landmark of science-fiction, filled with rad bikes and an absurd amount of destruction.

Did you like this list.Comment your reaction after completing any one of these.Also if you want any list to be done by me feel free and lemme know, If you wanna get in touch with me on social media like Snapchat-Vibsz16 and Instagram you can follow me there ^_^

——– Top 10 Best Anime Antagonists And Their Quotes

A major and most part of a show’s appeal is the villain. Be they suave and sophisticated, or insane and genocidal, they’re always one of the more memorable aspects of a series. With this in mind, I have constructed a list of the Top 10 anime antagonists.

10.Future Rouge – Fairy Tail

Quote – The earth will crumble, the skies shall burn, and the flames of light shall be extinguished, for I am the Dragon King: the emperor born from the.Dragon King Festival!

9.Satou – Ajin

Quote- When I Play Games, I always play on hard mode.Because higher the difficulty….more fun it gets.

8.Neferpitou – Hunter X Hunter 2011

Quote- This person is important to someone who’s important to me.

7.Envy – Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

Quote-uit your pathetic blubbering, you idiot! You were trying to kill one of our most important sacrifices. Do you understand me?! You could’ve messed up the entire plan! What would we have done then?! Huh?!

6.Vicious – Cowboy Bebop

Quote- I’m the only one who can keep you alive… And I’m the only one that can kill you.

5…. CONT READING…

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Looking for some Marvelous Anime movie? I have got you some astonishing hand-picked collection of the movie. Here is a list of  Top 10 Best Anime Movies You Must Watch.So without any further delay let’s start with our Top 10 Anime Movie List

Top 10 Best Anime Movies Of All Time Patlabor: The Movie (1989)

Many of the films on this list are here because they’re landmark films for their directors, or that they move the art form of Japanese animation forward in meaningful ways. Patlabor is just a good-ass movie made by a bunch of talented people, including future Ghost in the Shell collaborators Mamoru Oshii and I.G Tatsunoko (the early name for the production company that would become Production I.G). Set in the distant future of 1999, Patlabor’s hardboiled sci-fi police procedural explores the connection between humanity and technology, and how we approach law enforcement in an age of automation. Also, this list would otherwise be sorely lacking in giant mech movies – this film has them in spades, and they fight a bunch. It’s pretty cool.

The Girl Who Leapt Through Time (2006)

Studio Ghibli commissioned director Mamoru Hosoda to make Howl’s Moving Castle, but sent him packing after rejecting his initial concepts. Hosoda then turned around and directed The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, an abounding and inventive dramedy that’s as entertaining as it is thought-provoking. Based on a novel by Yasutaka Tsutsui, the film follows high schooler Makoto Konno as she learns that she has the power to quite literally leap through time. First, she uses these powers to get good grades, but she quickly learns that her actions have consequences. It’s a wildly imaginative slice of life and marked the emergence of an important voice in animated films.

Your Name (2016)

Since the release of his first short film Voices of a Distant Star (which he wrote, directed, and animated by himself over seven months), Makoto Shinkai has been described by multiple critics as the next Hayao Miyazaki. With his most recent film Your Name. (yes, the period is part of the title), Shinkai finally steps out steps out of the shadows of the greats and finds his own voice. To describe it as a mere body-swapping film does it a great disservice, as it finds the humor and humanity in a situation where two young high schoolers find themselves in each others shoes and desperately want to find each other. But then, Shinkai pulls the rug out from under you halfway through and Your Name. turns into a different kind of film entirely.

Vampire Hunter D (1985)

Vampire Hunter D is often credited as being one of the first anime films specifically targeted for an older audience, and its success paved the way for many of the films on this list. It’s a slow, haunting burn that follows the titular, monosyllabic vampire hunter as he aids and protects a young woman from a demonic menace. Featuring the brooding character design of none other than Final Fantasy concept artist Yoshitaka Amano, Vampire Hunter D is the dark glimpse into the maturation of anime as a genuine theatrical art form.

Ninja Scroll (1993)

If Akira and Ghost in the Shell were the opening salvos for anime’s initial resurgence in the West as more than Saturday morning fodder, Ninja Scroll was the knockout punch. Releasing in the West around the same time as Ghost in the Shell, Ninja Scroll is a stylish, hyper-violent flurry of over-the-top battles and geysers of blood. Ex-ninja Jubei is coerced under threat of death by a Tokugawa spy to hunt down and defeat the Eight Devils of Kimon, each one with its own mystical set of powers. In an hour and a half, Jubei fights a dude whose skin can turn into stone, a naked snake lady, a guy who can melt into shadows, and a woman who plants gunpowder in people’s bodies and uses them as living time bombs.

Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (1984)

Studio Ghibli is perhaps second only to Disney in terms of cultural relevance and worldwide recognition in animation, and Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind is where it all started. It follows the eponymous young woman as she navigates a post-apocalyptic future where venturing outside small population centers means having to contend with giant insects and a deadly miasma. Here, you will see many of Ghibli’s themes on humanity, community, mortality, and environmentalism converge, accompanied by lush hand-drawn animation and swashbuckling action.

Perfect Blue (1997)

After working as an animator on other films, Satoshi Kon made his explosive directorial debut with Perfect Blue. It’s about a J-Pop idol who leaves behind a music career to pursue acting, and the further she dives into the role, the more reality and fiction begin to blur together. Kon’s signature style seems to spring forth fully realized from the first frame, his unique take on magical realism ensuring you never see the seams until he wants you to. Kon’s career was cut short due to pancreatic cancer, but his influence can be seen everywhere, including Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan and Christopher Nolan’s Inception.

Ghost in the Shell (1995)

Oshii’s adaptation of Masamune Shirow’s seminal graphic novel series is simultaneously one of the most influential and enigmatic anime films ever made. There’s definitely a plot here, as a team of armored police officers leads by Major Motoko Kusanagi attempt to hunt down a mysterious hacker known as the Puppet Master, but Ghost in the Shell is far more concerned with exploring the philosophical ramifications of its transhumanist themes than it is providing any sort of narrative payoff. It’s a strange one to watch, packing a lot of information and world-building into its brisk 82-minute runtime, but its length and structure allow for repeat viewings that are as rewarding as the first.

Spirited Away (2001)

If you want a good snapshot of Studio Ghibli’s history, first watch Nausicaa, then watch this one. Here is Miyazaki at the height of his craft, using advancements in animation technology to enhance but not overpower an Alice in a Wonderland-esque story filled to the brim with strange creatures and imaginative scenarios. It’s a coming of age story about a young girl who finds herself lost in a bathhouse for the spirits, interacting with an assortment of fantastical creatures as she attempts to rescue her parents. That Miyazaki still explores the consequences of the convergence of nature and technology shows how timeless and important these themes are.

Akira (1988)

Akira is a powerhouse of a film, every frame of animation exploding off the screen with kinetic energy and effortless style. It’s based off the first half of Otomo’s massive graphic novel series of the same name (the second half created after the film was completed, explaining the wild divergence in plotlines), following a group of delinquent teenagers in Neo-Tokyo decades after the end of World War 3. One of these boys, named Tetsuo, is abducted by a secretive government unit and experimented on, awakening his latent psychic abilities which quickly spiral out of control. What follows is a strange, gut-wrenching landmark of science-fiction, filled with rad bikes and an absurd amount of destruction.

Did you like this list.Comment your reaction after completing any one of these.Also if you want any list to be done by me feel free and lemme know, If you wanna get in touch with me on social media like Snapchat-Vibsz16 and Instagram you can follow me there ^_^

——– Top 10 Best Anime Antagonists And Their Quotes

A major and most part of a show’s appeal is the villain. Be they suave and sophisticated, or insane and genocidal, they’re always one of the more memorable aspects of a series. With this in mind, I have constructed a list of the Top 10 anime antagonists.

10.Future Rouge – Fairy Tail

Quote – The earth will crumble, the skies shall burn, and the flames of light shall be extinguished, for I am the Dragon King: the emperor born from the.Dragon King Festival!

9.Satou – Ajin

Quote- When I Play Games, I always play on hard mode.Because higher the difficulty….more fun it gets.

8.Neferpitou – Hunter X Hunter 2011

Quote- This person is important to someone who’s important to me.

7.Envy – Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

Quote-uit your pathetic blubbering, you idiot! You were trying to kill one of our most important sacrifices. Do you understand me?! You could’ve messed up the entire plan! What would we have done then?! Huh?!

6.Vicious – Cowboy Bebop

Quote- I’m the only one who can keep you alive… And I’m the only one that can kill you.

5…. CONT READING…

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Not many people can handle dark anime. Well, mainly because it’s dark.
But, some of the dark animes are among the highest rated animes. Today I have made a list of 12 dark anime that you should totally watch.

12. Monster-

This is an anime that you definitely need to watch if you haven’t watched it already. Monster follows the story of Kenzo Tenma, whose life takes an unexpected twist after he saves a boy named, Johann.
11. Death Note-

One of the best anime of all time. Death Note revolves around the story of a boy named Yagami Light, who comes in possession of the Death Note, which is a mysterious notebook that kills anyone whose name is written on it.

Also Read- Top 10 Strongest Logia Devil Fruits In One Piece

10. Hellsing Ultimate-

Hellsing is one of the dark anime that I highly recommend watching. It follows the story of Hellsing, an organisation who hunts down vampires. However, their ultimate weapon, Alucard is the greatest weapon of destructive ever made.
9. Tokyo Ghoul-

Ghouls are creatures that live off humans. They have caused a lot havoc, but there are people who fight against them. These people are known as Doves and these Doves ensure that innocent people aren’t killed.
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In this list we will be ranking 11 Adult anime that you should be watching. These anime are highest rated by fans on MyAnimeList and imDB, hopefully you will like these anime as well.

11.Claymore


In a world rife with deadly creatures called “youma”, a young silver eyed woman, Clare, works on behalf of an organization that trains female youma half-breeds into warriors with the ability to destroy these creatures

10. Shigurui: Death Frenzy


The series starts off at a tournament where a one armed samurai faces a blind one and quickly flashes back to reveal the history between the two fighters.

9.Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex


The futuristic adventures of a female cyborg counter intelligence agent and her support team.

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Chinese anime are really underrated. There are some really chinese anime out there. So, today I have made a list of the best 10 Chinese anime. I hope you all watch them. Let’s begin!

Top 10 Chinese Anime To Watch – Updated 2017

10. Nuwa Chengchang Riji-

This is an anime which combines both the ancient history of China with the present day China. The animation is in line with modern day China. However, the subject matter is based on actual deities from Ancient China.

Also Read- Code Geass Collection Film Trilogy Announce Teaser Video [UPDATED]

9. Reikenzan-

It is a classic anime. I really recommend watching it. It follows the story of a boy named Oriku. He was blessed by a mysterious spirit that was related to the comet crash. The Reiken clan are on the look out for the most powerful people so that they can turn them into sages.
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It’s that time of the year again: the time where we get to scare ourselves and our friends just because we enjoy it so much! And of course we can’t forget all those creepy and horrifying anime, that are even spookier on a Halloween evening!

If you feel like frightening yourself tonight with some Japanese animation, but don’t know where to start, check out these 5 horror anime we recommend if you haven’t watched them yet!

#1 Yami Shibai

Episodes: 13 (3 Seasons total)
Aired: Juli 2013 – Sep 2013
Genres: Horror, Supernatural

The episodes of this anime may be very short, but they sure know how to frighten you in just 4 minutes!

In this story we have a mysterious man with a yellow mask, who always appears at dusk to tell children spooky Japanese urban legends. He uses a “kamishibai” (“paper play” – a miniature set of illustrated boards that was popular for storytelling in the 1930s) to make his stories even more horrifying. This also makes the art style very unusual and unique, which gives the anime an even more mysterious atmosphere.

#2 Shikabane Hime: Aka

Episodes: 13
Aired: Oct 2008 – Dec 2008
Genres: Action, Horror, Material Arts

Makina Hoshimura and her family are murdered – but instead of leaving earth just like her family members, she turns into a so-called “Shikabane Hime”, which is basically a living corpse. The only way for her to reach heaven is to kill 108 other corpses. Luckily her friend Keisei Tagami is a priest and ready to help her in this abnormal situation. But once his little brother gets involved with everything that’s happening, Makina’s goal to reach heaven starts to become even more difficult.

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10. Freezing

9. Ladies Versus Butlers!

8. Maken-ki!

7. Shimoneta: A Boring World Where the Concept of “Dirty Jokes” Does Not Exist

6. Manyū Hiken-chō

5. High School DxD

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In this list we will be ranking 11 Adult anime that you should be watching. These anime are highest rated by fans on MyAnimeList and imDB, hopefully you will like these anime as well.

11.Claymore


In a world rife with deadly creatures called “youma”, a young silver eyed woman, Clare, works on behalf of an organization that trains female youma half-breeds into warriors with the ability to destroy these creatures

10. Shigurui: Death Frenzy


The series starts off at a tournament where a one armed samurai faces a blind one and quickly flashes back to reveal the history between the two fighters.

9.Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex


The futuristic adventures of a female cyborg counter intelligence agent and her support team.

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9. Ladies Versus Butlers!

8. Maken-ki!

7. Shimoneta: A Boring World Where the Concept of “Dirty Jokes” Does Not Exist

6. Manyū Hiken-chō

5. High School DxD

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Playing Pokemon, many trainers know of the oddly discolored Pokemon they may never actually get to encounter. Much like that in the mobile Pokemon Game, Pokemon GO. There are several Pokemon that have a chance of being shiny now, however, many players are finding it’s not as simple as they thought to find this rare form. Recently, rural players have came to save the day.

Hyper shiny spawns have been found in Pokemon GO. What is a hyper shiny spawn? Well, still collecting data on spawn rates, but several players have found that collecting Pokemon that have a chance to be shiny in the same spot as getting a shiny before, have an increased chance of being shiny.

This doesn’t mean the shiny spawning points are the only spots these rare Pokemon will spawn. Though, a greatly increased chance. It all started when a player found 4 shiny Pokemon in the same spot within a week. Then another player ended up getting just one there, but still increase suspicions.

Letting other players know of this possible discovery in the rural town nearby, one player has been lucky enough to find five shiny Pokemon within a few DAYS. With the current even going on right now, shiny spawns have been increased a little, but to get 5 in a few days. That should be proof enough. The only problem is, how do you find these spawn points?

Well, it’s not like you can just walk up to a spawn point, find a shiny, and continuously gather shiny Pokemon from that location. As far as data shows, this is only an increased chance of shiny spawns, not the only spawn points that have a chance of spawning shiny Pokemon. This means it can be difficult to find there Hyper spawns. Though, not to hard. As of now, the shiny chance is around 1 in 400 encounters. These locations seem to have a chance of 1 in 50 to 1 in 100. Actually hard to tell being a rural player and only enough data to confirm these spawns.

The best chance in finding the locations, at least in larger cities would be to pay attention to the locations in which others find their shiny Pokemon or even yourself. Check back there for maybe a week or 2 checking any Pokemon that has a chance of being shiny. If you hear of people collecting shiny Pokemon from that location or you yourself get a few more within that time frame. More than likely, that location is a hyper shiny spawn point. This method works the same for rural player, though, chances are you won’t find or hear as much about shiny Pokemon. Don’t give up if that’s the case. Happy hunting everyone!

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