Kaguya-sama: Love is War uses stubborn characterization and expressive animation to demonstrate the frivolity of dating.
I grill the shortcomings of the popular "Cells at Work!".
I compare the environmental commentary of two Studio Ghibli films and that of two Western animated films to analyze the former's unique conveyance of theme.
I use the classic 1995 film Ghost in the Shell as a challenge to an Enlightenment thinker's understanding of consciousness and existence.
I take Hal and Colorful as examples of how films can use twists to expand their meaning and value.
I explore Seita's allegorical role in the classic Studio Ghibli film Grave of the Fireflies.
I introduce a new, more brief series of postings for anime I write about in class by using Hal (2013 film) as a pilot.
I explain why the shortcomings of School-Live! and the clear superiority of its source material upset me so much.
The Tatami Galaxy's social commentary on the world's endless wealth of life decisions receives a quick analysis.