You have no emotions.
There there child. Its okay to admit. Let them manly tears out.
How bad was the movie in comparison to the series?
It's not often you think of the term "forced drama" as anything but some meme and stupid shit. But Ano Hana was the epitome of "forced drama". The writer, who also did Toradora, is just complete shit, having her characters speak so esoterically and nonsensically, with emotions that could hardly be called human at all, that it just killed the story. I mean, there is survivor's guilt and PTSD and crap like that, but then there's whatever emotions those kids felt in that story. It was just awful to watch, because the expression of emotions were not the way any normal person would react. Of course, those Toradora fags will come rushing in and defend this shit as well. Goddamn this fucking writer, she needs to learn that humans are more than capable of coping for shit like this and won't devolve into whatever the hell those fucking kids changed into.
I was about to pick this up until you mentioned Toradora.
>/a/ calling AnoHana forced drama
Yet the film for next weekend is already sold out. Care to explain THAT?
It's bullshit. Okada didn't write Toradora, just adapted it.
A forced drama can sell well too. Not that I don't like anohana. The only negative aspect it had was the 5/6 man crying/screaming session at the end, other than that it was a really good story.
Yea anon, I bet that you have experienced losing a friend at a young age. And since everyone is as emotionally/mentally stable as the badass guy you are, anohana's protagonists are REALLY unrealistic characters!
Yeah I cried like a pussy. The only complaint I had with the show is that the group doubted Jinta for like seven episodes and then Menma was like "Fuck this shit, I'm going to show them I'm really here." Why didn't he just have her do some shit earlier? But besides that, I have zero complaints about this show, I loved the hell out of it.
It was shit, only effective for japs to selfinsert.
most of okada stuff is much better
by your logic toradora is the best romantic anime and stephanie meyer is the tolkien of love stories.