Well the entire Dina debacle has died down for the most part over at the Mighty No. 9 forums. Mainly because it has been replaced with the 2nd Call Vote, which as sparked a massive war between those who vote for Call E and those who vote for Call F (Because apparently no one bothers to remember that there is also Call H in the running). I voted for Call F because she looks the most capable of being a fighter and she compliments Beck's design the best, despite the countless accusations that she is just a Roll clone, which I kind of understand why people say that, but on the hand she isn't really that similar to Roll if you really dissect their designs. Anyway, Christmas is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate it then by reviewing that anime Christmas Classic Perfect Blue.... What? I'm reviewing Tokyo Godfathers? Well it's done by the same director.
|Three homeless people and a baby, sounds like a bad sitcom.|
|We've secretly replaced one of these characters with a 1930's cartoon.|
|We've secretly replaced one of these characters with a 1950s cartoon.|
This is a charming movie from beginning to end and really encapsulates what makes a Christmas movie a Christmas movie. It has a lot of comedy and several scenes that are just uproariously hilarious, but more importantly it has a lot of heart to it. It's that feel good spirit that even the people who believe they have nothing still have a home and family to go to if only they look for it. Tokyo Godfathers is a Must Watch, and a movie to play on Christmas along side whatever version of the Christmas Carol you prefer. (For me and my family that is The Muppet's Christmas Carol).
Until next time.
Merry Christmas from Crescent Reviews!