The roughly animated misfire To Your Last Death boasts star power in its voice cast and not much else.
Animation Blu-Ray Reviews
An interesting premise driven by a superhuman killer and fresh anime visuals mark Kazuto Nakazawa's dark criminal thriller B: The Beginning.
Cutting-edge theatrical anime from Studio 4°C, Children of the Sea provides more flash than substance in this faithful but limp manga adaptation.
Director Makoto Shinkai delivers another compelling teen fantasy romance in Weathering with You, though the impact is lessened this second time around.
Deathstroke's first solo movie earns its R-rating with visceral and bloody action, exploring the internal conflict in the killer as he attempts to save his son.
The colorfully animated space comedy/adventure Final Space introduces the goofy Gary and his comedic sidekicks, a group of bizarre aliens and aliens.
Satoshi Kon's affecting and inviting portrait of three homeless, Tokyo Godfathers, is a humanistic triumph, moving beyond regular anime conventions.
Studio TRIGGER delights the senses with an incredibly expressive, cel-shaded anime adventure Promare.
A derivative story sinks the otherwise gorgeously animated Swift, set in France and using the locale for all it can.
A fine sequel trilogy to the original, Donten: Laughing Under The Cloud sees the possible return of Orochi.
The Point is primarily remembered today for its wonderful songs penned by music legend Harry Nilsson.
Another Day of Life's blend of animation and documentary testimony works as manipulative and dishonest piece of propaganda about the devastating civil war in Angola.