S Top 50 Anime of the Decade: #10 to #1. We're at the end of the line, folks.
You've been riding with us all week as we counted down our picks for the top 50 anime of the last ten years. #50-#41, #40-#31, #30-#21 and #20-#11 are all done. You might have some complaints to give, legs to break or horse heads to leave in my bed (it can fit about 4 with me in there), but you've stuck with us thus far. So, are you ready to check out some of the greatest titles of the last ten years? Is your favorite at #1? Knowing you guys, probably not, but I think you'll be interested to see our choices anyways. Before we begin, a little note: Some directors or studios are so potent that they surpass their mere title and become auteurs to their work.
I'd like to thank Ben Huber for creating the template that you see on the charts, and the entire staff for helping to vote on these titles and give this list a sense of semblance. Honey and Clover is serious business. In a word, he was an illusionist. His works are timeless, plain and simple. Anime Movie Guide. Movie Count: 63 Do you have feedback, questions, movie suggestions or review copy offers?
You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org *protected email* I’ve spent more time than I care to think about watching anime movies in my life thus far. I’ve seen both astoundingly spectacular and horrifically terrible anime movies. To ease the navigation of this guide, here are some anchor links to take you straight to the individual studios: Studio Ghibli | Studio Madhouse | Katsuhiro Otomo | Production I.G. | Makoto Shinkai Shinji Aramaki | Fumihiko Sori | Keiichi Hara | A-1 | Tin House | Studio 4°C | Bones | Brain’s Base Gainax | Shaft | AIT | Square Enix | Gonzo Pre-Ghibli Studio Ghibli was officially formed in 1985. Hayao Miyazaki Lupin III: Castle of Cagliostro (1979) Rupan Sansei: Kariosutoro no Shiro (ルパン三世 カリオストロの城) A random anime-series film that just so happens to have been co-written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki.
Isao Takahata Gauche the Cellist (1982) Sero Hiki no Goushu (セロ弾きのゴーシュ) Ten Anime Films You Should See Before You Die. One of the most surprising, and gratifying, things that has happened since I started my blog, Tim Maughan Books, a year or so ago is the positive feedback I’ve had for the anime reviews—especially from people I know are far from being massive fanboys like myself.
It’s gratifying because its part of the reason I started writing them; to try and introduce the medium to people who had never really indulged in it all, at least not past perhaps watching Spirited Away with their kids. The problem is, once you’ve had your first taste, where do you go next? Type ‘anime’ into Google and the results are bewildering, and without a little bit of guidance and a quality filter finding something to watch can be a daunting task.
There’s a lot of shit out there, plus a lot of stuff that isn’t really meant for you…unless you’re a ADHD stricken 12 year old emo-ninja-obsessed boy that refuses to eat anything except Pocky and instant Ramen. Akira (1988) Ghost in the Shell (1995) My Neighbor Totoro (1988) Anime Database and Recommendations. Watch FREE Anime Online! - Naruto Shippuden, Naruto, Bleach, One Piece, DragonBall Z, Dragon Ball Kai, Fairy Tail and all your favorite Anime Episodes, Anime Shows, Anime Movies, Mangas Subbed / Dubbed online. 10 Strange Anime You Would Never Have Thought of. Sorrow-kun’s List of 50 Great Anime of the Decade 2000-2009 » Behind The Nihon Review. Our staff’s review of the decade continues, and today I’ll be taking on the massive task of trying to list the best fifty anime that came out this decade, as I saw them.
As is fairly obvious by now, I can only list the anime that I saw, and I’ve taken the policy of not putting ongoing series on the list, even though there are a couple of gems that are still currently airing (such as Cross Game and Kemono no Souja Erin). Also, some of the series on this list started airing in 1999, but ending in 2000. You can find a collection of other lists that have been posted on the blogosphere here, and our good friend gaguri, from Ha Neul Seom (하늘섬) has posted his Top 50 here, which I highly recommend. 50. Spice and Wolf The concept of having a economics play such a heavy role in an anime’s plotline is utterly unique, but what makes Spice and Wolf really work is the relationship of the two leads. 49. 48. 47. 10 Anime Series To Watch! // Also available in French With a huge amount of anime series produced each year in Japan, it’s easy to be lost!
You’re wondering what you should watch, this list will help you out: • Plot: Female cyborg Major Motoko Kusanagi and her fellow police officers of Section 9 hunt down a host of criminals in both the real and online worlds. • Why? The easiest way to understand what Ghost is the Shell is all about. . • Plot: Each of the stories in the series involves several unrelated plots intersecting and crossing each other as events spiral farther and farther out of control. • Why? • Plot: Satou, a 22 years old hikikomori (meaning acute social withdrawal), meets Misaki; she claims she will cure him of his hikikomori ways. • Why? • Plot: In a future where the world has been ravaged by a nuclear apocalyse, there exists salvation in a domed city named “Romdeau”, where humans and their android servants, the autoreivs, live in. • Why?
• Plot: A man wakes up in a broken room with no memories.