I just finished watching this for the first time /a/, let's cry together
What was sad about a bunch of retards screaming in the forest?
Cry about what?
All they did was scream and cry so much that it felt forced, so there's nothing to cry about
Unless you're a huge faggot.
I just finished this recently too so I'll cry with you.
>muh drama anime
This so much. Found it sad, but it was too sappy / overkill I was cringing rather than crying
I was to busy laughing at how in sync all the fucking tards were in the fucking funny forest with the cheezy I'm fading shit. I really like the music though.
The drama felt forced and not all that sad. Best thing about that show was the dad.
Did Ginta ever got ghost blowjob?
I did that a long while ago, so no tears left here for you Anon-oniichan.
Although, I must say, that the ending drama felt forced. Almost the same level as in Little Busters: Refrain ending episodes. I still cried and howled like a little girl, but I must agree with forementioned statements.
Why didn't she just stay with Jintan as a Ghost? She was maturing accordingly and could touch each other. Who's to say that she'll speak to everyone once she reincarnate?
everyone has mixed responses. some people cried alot, such as i did, and others felt as if it was forced.
the stuff people usually cry from, i think one of them was tokyo magnitude 8.0 or another show, i didnt cry much at all. it wasnt really that tragic. the family gets back together in the end and everyone is all happy. no one of importance dies.
kindly refrain from tossing shit like a fucking wild animal when your shit doesnt smell any better than ours.
I think most of the people who says they didn't cry were the ones who got into it because someone suggested it or something similar. Of course I'm not saying everyone. Anyone can find it forced for all I care.
I'm saying though that you're most likely to shed a tear or two if it caught you off guard. The sound direction was really good that it amplified anything you might be feeling. I did cry a bit, on that part where they were all crying in their meeting place and popo breaking down, then that one where the music start as they opened the letters and when Menma answered back.
Looking back though, it does look forced no matter how you look at it. But it was a good experience.
Just finished it last night. Fucking great in my opinion.
All I can say in the end though is I hope that bitch dyke Yukiatsu better have gotten cancer
God I hated him.