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Incoherent, Unfocused Execution Undermines Interesting Premise

Ambition is hardly something Sacred Seven lacked.What the Sunrise-developed series didn't have, rather, was any ability to meet that ambition. At the end of 12 episodes, Sacred Seven felt, at once, both too short and much too long.The show starts off on, if not the right foot, at least an ...

Reviewed by VRMN on Oct. 15, 2011
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Croisee Teases an Interesting World, Never Really Delivers

Few things are as irksome as lost potential. Ikoku Meoru no Croisee, despite having a really likable female lead and numerous teases at something deeper to explore, leaves those many threads at just that.At the beginning, the premise sounds fairly interesting, if not especially exciting. Yune has some from Japan ...

Reviewed by VRMN on Oct. 14, 2011
Steins;Gate Avoids Most, But Not All, Time-Travel Pitfalls

Time travel is always a tricky mechanic to work with in fiction. It's something the audience is often willing to stretch suspension of belief to accept, but almost inevitably this creates issues in keeping the plot coherent throughout.Steins;Gate focuses on Rintarou Okabe, who insists on being called by the pseudonym ...

Reviewed by VRMN on Oct. 14, 2011
Bunny Drop Turns Eye-Raising Premise Into Touching Story

"Don't you think the world is better than you expected?"Bunny Drop, despite only posing this question in its closing credits, encompasses it throughout.One might expect a series that opens with a funeral to be much less happy, but happy is something that Bunny Drop shouts at nearly every opportunity. Things ...

Reviewed by VRMN on Oct. 14, 2011
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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