Dream (Level 21)

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A solid rom-com crippled greatly thanks to amnesia.

Have some rather mixed thoughts on this one. Golden Time is a romantic dramedy focused around our male lead Banri entering a law school to get caught up in some antics involving another student named Mitsuo and his rather aggressive childhood friend Kouko, who has an requited love interest in ...

Reviewed by Dream on Feb. 22, 2015
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Nothing groundbreaking, but still has some substance to it.

Pet Girl of Sakurasou is a romantic comedy-drama focused on our male lead, Sorata, forced to take residence at a school dormitory of eccentric students skilled in different talents. Upon becoming part of Sakurasou, Sorata has to wind up caring for a female resident named Mashiro Shina who is a ...

Reviewed by Dream on Feb. 12, 2015
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
A fun and decent anime offering from the 1980s.

Cobra mostly follows our titular hero and his cyborg partner Lady Armaroid in their adventures traveling space as they cross paths with an intergalactic criminal organization called the Pirate Guild, which he was a former member of. In a way, the series has parallels to Lupin III as Cobra is ...

Reviewed by Dream on Jan. 31, 2015
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
One of Gonzo's better offerings, even with its flaws.

Blassreiter is a dark action-drama focused around the exploits of a German military organization known as XAT being tasked with fending off the threat arisen from biomechanical creatures called Demoniacs spawned from corpses and infecting the populace. Also battling the threat is a mysterious young man named Joseph who also ...

Reviewed by Dream on Jan. 20, 2015
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Mostly typical fare for a dating sim spinoff.

Love, Election and Chocolate is pretty much another anime based off a dating sim game with our male lead Yuki being surrounded with several girls he interacts with in his school club. To a good extent, the anime essentially milks the typical cliches and archetypes of dating sims, harems and ...

Reviewed by Dream on Jan. 11, 2015
Perfect for children, forgettable for anyone else.

I actually seen this baby nearly 20 years ago when I was a kid. But due to how little I could recall of Little Nemo, I never got around to writing a proper review for it until I got a copy of the film just recently to cover.A little known ...

Reviewed by Dream on Jan. 10, 2015
A fun stylish romp for a shounen title.

This first series of recent Jojo adaptations adapted two story arcs from the manga, Phantom Blood and Battle Tendency. With that being said, I will be reviewing both arcs to the series separately since their quality varies between both.Phantom Blood's role is to introduce Dio Brando and how he would ...

Reviewed by Dream on Jan. 8, 2015
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
An okay sci-fi rom-com for what it has to offer up.

This one's a bit of a mixed bag for me. World of Narue seemingly mixes around sci-fi, romantic comedy and slice-of-life in its focus on our female alien lead Narue who gets a human boyfriend named Kazuto as they try maintaining a normal relationship despite Narue's alien origins leading to ...

Reviewed by Dream on Jan. 4, 2015
A poor attempt at incorporating story from Makoto Shinkai films.

The premise for Psychic School Wars was a bit misleading. I was assuming that this was some sort of sci-fi drama about struggling against psychic control over a school. Instead, I get a film that appeared to be trying to create something like Makoto Shinkai films that involve long-distance relationships ...

Reviewed by Dream on Jan. 3, 2015
Rather standard and dull fare for a space opera anime.

Heroic Age is mostly standard fare for a space opera-style series as humanity gains a powerful ally in the form of Age to lead them against the threat brought about through the powerful Silver Tribe, who have their own group of members who are as powerful as Age. The characters ...

Reviewed by Dream on Dec. 31, 2014
Offers a unique character bond in an otherwise typical adventure.

Patema Inverted focuses around a teenage girl named Patema who lives her underground home to discover that gravity is distorted for the humans living on the surface as she encounters a boy named Age living on the surface. The movie focuses on the two bonding through their rather unique situation ...

Reviewed by Dream on Dec. 27, 2014
A surprisingly insightful sci-fi title with social integration.

Gargantia is a sort of social sci-fi/ action series focusing on our male lead Ledo trying to integrate himself with the Earth fleet of Gargantia in a post-apocalyptic future after Ledo finds himself isolated from the militaristic space fleet he had been raised with to battle a seemingly alien threat. ...

Reviewed by Dream on Dec. 21, 2014
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
A rather underwhelming sequel to one of 2012's top titles.

This second season of Psycho-Pass introduces a new villain in the form of Kamui who is trying to shake things up with the current society in place being ran by the Sibyl System much like Makishima did in the prior season. Akane has a mostly new team of Inspectors and ...

Reviewed by Dream on Dec. 18, 2014
3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
A decent entry in FMA's anime run despite having nothing new.

Sacred Star of Milos was made in mind as a final cash-in for Bones to milk off their rebooted adaptation of FMA via Brotherhood. As a stand-alone film, Milos is a decent anime-only storyline with Ed and Al having to tend to a complicated conflict occurring in a valley town ...

Reviewed by Dream on Dec. 14, 2014
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Despite some storytelling issues, this is worth a look.

Sunday Without God is a title set in a post-apocalyptic future where the concept of death no longer exists in the world as those who die are no longer able to pass on and those known as Gravekeepers are the only ones who have the ability to allow those among ...

Reviewed by Dream on Nov. 29, 2014
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