Post Reply Casshern Sins
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Posted 9/10/17 , edited 9/11/17
Hey there! this is my first review of an anime so don't burn me too bad if it isn't up to par But I just thinking about about this anime and it really had my attention when I did watch it one day. For the most part, I actually did enjoy this anime for some reason. It is more on the depressing side of anime, but it was done so well to the point of where i would even consider it poignant in a lot of respects. Granted it was depressing as all get out, but it was still a very good piece of work and it still in my top ten anime for good reason. The plot was rather vague because when i tried to first watch it, i had no idea what was going on because there wasn't a precursor to the anime, which was eventually told but not until much later. The feeling i had when I watched it were very spot on with which, I take it, as the anime was intended to be in the first place, sadness and death, but at an acceptable level if you catch my drift. I rate this anime a 10/10 for animation fluidity at the time, and for good art work. It is a master piece to behold and i would recommend anyone to watch this if they are into action/philosophical anime. Let me know what you all think!
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Posted 9/11/17 , edited 9/11/17
I think you need to go more in-depth with your review. I found too many nebulous usage of adjectives that do not help me understand the anime and why I should watch it. Anyone can use words like "intelligent" or "emotional" and apply it to nearly anything, but the rationale for why you think it is, the logic connecting why the adjective fits this anime, is a bit too vague. My questions after reading it are "Why is it philosophical", or "What do you mean by sadness and death? or "What about it is poignant?"

Of course, you're restricted by spoilers, and I have not seen the anime in question to judge an acceptable amount, but it seems you could do be more persuasive without sacrificing either.

Huh, what were we talking about? Casshern Sins?
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Posted 9/13/17 , edited 9/14/17
Casshern Sins..

Thats an old one now circa 2008 although not a lot of young ones has seen it.

I can say Cashern sin is a scifi anime wherein humanity has long gone and the robots android that rule the planet has been in the process of decay becuase of an incident
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Posted 9/13/17 , edited 9/14/17
I don't really care about Casshern Sins (mediocre anime and so is Ghost in the Shell). I watched this series for MAL's Anime Challenge, but I won't ever watch it again.
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Posted 9/14/17 , edited 9/14/17
The atmosphere in Casshern Sins is incredibly crucial, if it doesn't jive with someone I can't imagine the show being very tolerable; I'd agree with that from the outset but it's even more apparent rewatching it (which I'm in the middle of atm).
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Posted 9/15/17 , edited 9/15/17
I only watched a few episodes of it, then dropped it. I didn't really like the theme or setting.
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