They’re the best Anime that 2006 has to offer! We counts down the best anime to come out this year, including the likes of Bleach Movie 1: Memories of Nobody, Hokuto no Ken: Raoh Gaiden Junai-hen, Doraemon Movie 26: Nobita no Kyouryuu 2006, and more!
5: Bleach Movie 1: Memories of Nobody
English: Bleach the Movie: Memories of Nobody
Japanese: 劇場版 BLEACH MEMORIES OF NOBODY
MAL Score: 7.44
When a life ends, its soul departs to its final resting place known as the Soul Society. However, if a soul is left to wander in the human world for too long, it ends up turning into a corrupted “Hollow” that feeds on other souls. In such cases, spirits called “Soul Reapers” are needed to eliminate the Hollows and guide the lost souls to the Soul Society.
Ichigo Kurosaki and Rukia Kuchiki are two Soul Reapers who are used to dealing with Hollows that appear in Karakura Town. But when they encounter the hostile “Blanks”—souls devoid of memories and immune to the “soul burial” used by Reapers—they are thrown for a loop. Senna, a fellow Reaper that neither Ichigo or Rukia are familiar with, comes to their rescue and manages to fend off the Blanks. The mystery deepens when a mirage of the human world suddenly appears over Soul Society. What could be the reason behind the strange phenomena, and how is it connected to Senna, who avoids any questions about her identity?
I really like the story, about the Memory Rosary, the bad dudes, and of course Senna. I really liked her interaction with Ichigo, and it made me start thinking of shipping IchigoxSenna. Of course, she was a movie-only character… unfortunately. I liked the beginning of the plot, and how it moved along during the movie.
Of course, they could’ve used at least twice the amount of time to give it some more meat around the bones, but they actually did pretty well the way they did it, and I’m satisfied with what came out.
So, this is a great movie, and if you like Bleach, you shouldn’t omit watching this movie.
The first thing you will notice is that it feels like a movie, and not just because of the beautiful animation. When someone is sent to soul society in the series, most of the time it feels routine; just something they always do. In the first scene, however, everything is different. I was completely moved. The main reason for this was the way they cut into the title screen. As I watched the girls’ spirit rise through the air, they began playing an original theme song. I always say that anything can be enjoyed more when you feel the connection between audio and animation. From the moment I heard that song, I knew this film was one to be remembered.
I liked how you get to see all the characters from the series again, most of whom were not seen after the end of the soul society rescue arc (Kenpachis’ entrance is just awesome). Although most of them do not get much screen time, it is not a problem. The focus of the movie is on Ichigo, a shinigami named Senna, and these mysterious white figures. It does a good job providing us with the background of Senna. We get just enough information to keep us curious. The villains are somewhat typical, but I do not want to spoil anything. It is for this reason that this gets a 9
Bleach: Memories of Nobody is an unexpected treat that is very enjoyable, and does the series a great justice. An overall amazing movie.
A generic, so Bleach-like story about blanks, a random girl getting kidnapped, and Ichigo going rambo one-man-army to save the poor kid. And yeah, expect to see the famous "we-hog-screentime" team, which is Hitsugaya, Renji, Matsumoto, Yumichika and Rukia. Byakuya makes a 1-minute appearance and Zaraki even gets cut!! Righhhhttt..
–> Animation (7/10):
Personally I found nothing really great in Bleach: Memories of Nobody (MoN). The animation is not bad, but it’s not extremely good too. The backgrounds are well drawn and somewhat beautiful to look at. The character design and environments are well done too. There are some issues here and there about badly drawn things, specially body parts. Like ridiculously small feet for example, or ridiculously small hands. Nothing very serious, but who strike out at you if you are careful.
–> Sound (8/10):
As always, I never really pay great attention to sound in anime. I didn’t find anything bad here too. The sounds fit the storyline. The action scenes are ok, although sometimes the music lacks the energy, or the punch to really highlight the action. Character voices are satisfactory. And SFXs are used in the correct places. Nothing to complain here. Complaining comes afterwards.
–> Story (6/10):
Now, I am gonna complain! I’m going to avoid spoilers, but I need to say it: The story is extremely predictable, if you have ever watched Bleach (anime) before. In fact, according to me, it’s just the same as the Soul Society arc. Swap Rukia with Senna, swap Soul Society with the Whispers Canyon or whatever it was called. The 3/4 of the time of the movie is plain boring. They just elaborated on Senna and why the "Dark Ones" are around. No great details are given before the very end of the movie. You’ll just sit there, and say "Why doesn’t it go faster?". And yes, if you are careful, you can know from the beginning itself what role Senna plays in the story. As you might guess, since she’s the main female lead, she’s got the principal role. Same as Rukia in S-Society arc.
The ending of the movie, frankly, was expected. You have all the great battle scenes of the movie crammed in the last 20 minutes of the movie. Just Ichigo and the usual team fighting the bad guys, and a soul society intervention at the very last moment. Sometimes, you ask yourself what the hell these guys of S-Society have been doing all this time.
–> Characters (8/10):
The characters, if you have watched Bleach, have no secrets now, excluding Senna. If there was one thing I liked about MoN is the character development. It was well done, slowly and feeding you the details droplets by droplets. It’s kind of nice, and keeps you stuck to your screen till the end of the movie. Even at the very end, there are some more secrets revealed. Check the end of the credits too. A few seconds of video, just to ease up on the dramatic ending. Senna is a fun character to know about. A nice blend of humor, suspense and action makes her a cool character. Only negative point: She completely loses her fighting role at the end of MoN.
–> Enjoyment (7/10):
Since the story was sooo predictable, I didn’t really enjoy it. However, I appreciated the last battle scenes and the elaboration of the story. I’ve learnt not to expect too much from Bleach. Usually, the plots are very predictable and often mimic the Soul Society arc. MoN makes a good watch if you have nothing better to watch at that time (eg. no episode of your fav anime out).
–> Overall (7/10):
I gave 7/10 for some enjoyment value, beautiful backgrounds and good battle scenes at the very end. The story line is ok, although very predictable. And the Senna character is fun to watch evolve. Now, go check and rate for yourself. As always, thanks for reading my review!
4: Hokuto no Ken: Raoh Gaiden Junai-hen
English: Fist of the North Star: Raoh Side Story Junai Arc
Japanese: 真救世主伝説 北斗の拳 ラオウ伝 殉愛の章
MAL Score: 7.46
Kenshiro is the heir of the legendary martial arts known as Hokuto Shinken, which can kill a man with a single blow, by striking the pressure points in the enemy’s body. Hokuto Shinken can be passed only to one successor at a time. When he was chosen as the successor, he parted ways with his brothers, Toki and Raoh. The former decided to use what he knew of the art to cure people… while the latter has chosen to use his supreme strength to install peace in the world by power.
Kenshiro is accompanied by Lynn and Bart, and the movie’s story begins when an overlord starts kidnapping children to use them as slaves for building his own pyramid…
I hate to admit, but I have not seen the original show. I tried, I struggled with it as it is just (sorry to say but) too old…
Therefore, I was so delighted when I heard that they are making a movie series out of it.
Hokuto no ken is the grandfather of all fighting animes, the most testosterone-filled anime I have ever seen (Jojo’s bizarre adventure being a close second).
This story is like a living fossil. I have no second thoughts if I say, that the creator was one of the few masterminds who came up with the universal recipe for a great fighting anime:
The ingredients are pretty much:
– An epic and righteous hero
– Some beautiful girls (just to mess with their minds)
– Lovable supporters
– An epic antagonist
– A unique fighting style
When all of this is mixed together in the right proportions, something amazing will be born.
The story might seem a bit of a cliché, however, most likely, everything else that is similar was inspired by this show.
The post-apocalyptic world filled with anarchy where people live in fear and despair, waiting for the one hero that will save them. It is pretty clear, not much to explain.
I personally love the art style (Jojo’s bizarre adventure is very similar to this). The modern art and character design make it very enjoyable. Remaking this show was probably the best thing ever. Also, it is surprisingly well done for something made in 2006…that was 10 years ago!
The background is also very nicely done but everything apart from Toki’s home is very dark and depressing. Also, to my greatest joy, there is no 3D effects whatsoever in it.
Hokuto no ken Raoh Gaiden Junai-hen has all the arch-types of characters that are needed for a good show. The righteous hero, rivaling brothers, the badass female hero (a bit like Casca from Berserk), lovable background characters and lots and lots of evil ones.
It is very interesting to see the relations between the main characters. I am not entirely sure who is good and bad at this point. I hope to see lots of character development in the next movies.
Hokuto no ken Raoh Gaiden Junai-hen is a true legend in the anime world. It focuses on such pure and fundamental values that I just cannot give it a lower review score.
I recommend this to anyone who wants to see where most of today’s animes came from.
In addition to all of this, needless to say, there is absolutely NO fanservice in it.
Do not be afraid that it is old. It is truly a unique masterpiece.
Fist of the north star is probally one of my favorites of all time. The legend series was a good rebuild for the anime and it has some good parts and some parts that were less. Also please correct me on some parts since it was along time after i watch the movie also i’m suck at memorizing
The story was based on the original anime although it has some additional characters into it so the story were more enchanted since there were new characters like Raoh’s retainers from the gaiden series
I like how the art was well-drawn and it looks like a more condesed version of the anime’s artstyle following the Souther arc. But the fight scenes were not crispy enough, that’s why i gave it an 8
Most of the characters are brave men whom fights for either glory or other people’s sake. The additional characters were Raoh’s retainers, Soga and Reina. There were also a cameo character from the season 2 anime, Akashachi(Shachi’s father). Soga’s trick to get himself killed were also a good plot twist
The sound is better than the sequel which takes place after the events of the souther arc. This one is genuienly better, the voice acting wasn’t rushed and the soundtrack is good
No matter how i watched this before, this movie still enjoyable and entertaining. The original might be had more emotions but i like to see them in high defitinition
3: Doraemon Movie 26: Nobita no Kyouryuu 2006
English: Doraemon the Movie: Nobita’s Dinosaur 2006
Japanese: 映画 ドラえもん のび太の恐竜2006
MAL Score: 7.47
Nobita finds a fossilized dinosaur egg by accident, and with the help of Doraemon’s tools, they hatched the egg and began raising the dinosaur. Knowing that they can’t keep the dinosaur forever, Nobita was forced to send it back to prehistoric times where a group of hunters from the future threatens to endanger the dinosaurs. Determined to save the dinosaurs from the claws of the hunters, Doraemon and the gang returns to the past and sets out in a prehistoric adventure.
The story is very interesting and makes you very emotional at the end if you are into Doraemon.
The Art is really beautiful for that time and the sound was perfect aswell.
The characters are amazing and you can really see how they develop.
Enjoyment is on 100%
Overall Ill give it 9/10, as I said it really made emotional at the end and thats what I like about these sorts of animes.
I really dont see anything I didnt like about this movie, it really was just very good.
Recommended to all anime lovers!
The movie is about friendship, courage, love, fighting for good,… typical doreamon story, but it will lighten your soul from ecchi, dark anime nowadays.
What i like about this movie was the story and music, Sukima Switch did very well.Although it was a remake, but it carried out a lot of things: lambent,lively,colorful art ; the sound is well-made: dinosaurs’s roar,running sound very true…
The original movie could not be outdone but this remake kept most of the good parts from the original and successfully breathed new life into the franchise with refreshing animation and many nice new additions.
My recommendation: watch it with your loved one or family and have a funny, feeling times or you can watch it alone to think about something deeply? LOL
May be after watching it, you will find something that you missed?
2: Tekkon Kinkreet
MAL Score: 7.97
The streets of Treasure Town are said to belong to “The Cats.” They know everything that goes on in the city, and no one can stir up trouble without going through them first. In reality, The Cats are a pair of orphan boys called Black and White, who aren’t afraid of anything or anyone.
But their rule of the streets is challenged when the Yakuza come to town and start making changes. The wild Black and the carefree White have no one to rely on but themselves to get their Treasure Town back to the way it was. But their bond is tested as they quickly realize going back to how things were may no longer be an option.
Tekkonkinkreet is also known as Black and White, and so named are the two main characters; both being delinquent street kids who live out of a rusty old used car in the concrete city-scape Treasure Town. Despite being mere children, their gang, the (stray) Cats, dominate the violent underbelly of Treasure Town’s yuppie society, their attentions feared by thugs, police and yakuza alike. As is immediately clear, Black and White aren’t normal kids at all; for a start, they can fly, but mostly, they are defined by their emotional eccentricities.
Black is just that; a black-hearted, blood thirsty thug who is constantly looking for a fight; his attraction to violence borders on sadism and often he can be seen with a giant crow perched on his shoulder, the meat-eating birds that feed off of human garbage aptly symbolizing his pessimistic views on life. His snot-nosed buddy White is the exact opposite; optimistic, innocent and constantly laughing, he has dreams of a future outside of Treasure Town; a vision of rolling blue seas and sparkling golden sand. Black and White live for each other; Black protects White from the city’s violent undercurrents, while White’s very existence anchors Black’s true departure into darkness.
The plot is simply a means to that end, and quite frankly, isn’t so important. Treasure Town is being steam-rollered by an unscrupulous theme park franchise and hence, they need to get rid of the tourist-scaring delinquent kids. Unfortunately for them, Black sees the city as his town too, and his unrelenting intent on causing trouble begins what is a gradual descent into violent madness. The heart-rending characterisation extends to an entire cast of misfits, not least of all a scar-faced ex-yakuza struggling against the tide of violence to forge a better future for his pregnant girlfriend. Early in the movie, this same yakuza shows his professional streak when he gleefully removes the ears from one unlucky fellow.
The tragic and emotionally intense characterisation is well balanced by extended sequences of brutal and kinetic action, not least of all an Akira style opening scene that sees Black and White chasing a group of rival punks across colourful roof-tops and moving traffic. The gravity defying jumps, flips and kicks are well complemented by an emotive electronica score courtesy of British dance group Plaid. Of special note is that the music really captures the beautiful and surreal elements of Tekkonkinkreet, whimsical dreams of a flower-laden future totally at odds with Treasure Town’s overflowing urban metropolis.
A truly three dimensional effort; the excellent Tekkonkinkreet is a rewarding and exciting movie that offers bitter-sweet moments of friendship and family, morals and loyalty, set in an unrelentingly violent and cruel world dominated by industry and capitalism. Animated with beautiful perfection and stylized to the point of surrealism, it’s a great looking film that both exploits and cherishes the inherent contradictions of the human spirit.
Story: Black and White, Kuro and Shiro are orphans, and they’re the "Cats." In a word they’re street thugs and it’s mainly Kuro (Black) who does the fighting. Shiro (White) is missing something in his head and he constantly "phones" outer space to let them know how he’s doing. The main relationship is between these two and it’s expertly crafted. There are two police officers who really do a great job of balancing the anime. Their presence really keeps the movie level. The antagonist is Snake, he’s trying to milk Treasure Town for all it’s worth, to do this his plan is to create an amusement park. Kuro doesn’t want that to happen. I’m finding it very difficult to explain the story and I really don’t think that I can do it any justice at all. The story is multifaceted and multilayered. There are no scrap characters and every conversation is important. There are absolutely no wasted scenes in this anime. I was getting a huge Steinbeck vibe, I was feeling that this anime was doing a great job of channeling his "Of Mice and Men." White’s dream of going to the ocean is a lot like Lennie’s dream of owning a farm and tending rabbits.
Art: The art is amazing. Every scene is breathtakingly beautiful. The backgrounds are detailed so well that I occasionally paused the screen just to admire their beauty. The art is probably the best I’ve seen in an anime and the details are beautifully rendered. The characters style is slightly minimalistic. Compared to the backgrounds the characters are very bare, but this suits the feel perfectly. The characters fit in so well with the backgrounds and interact with the world so well. The art is absolutely beautiful. Every scene of animation is beautiful. There are so many sequences that took my breath away, there is never a choppy scene, no scene feels clunky. The animation is so perfectly fluid and I cannot express how amazing it is, it has to be seen to be believed. The one thing that I thought was perfectly done was how the art and the mood of the anime clash wonderfully. The colours are very bright and vivid, and if you really weren’t paying attention you’d think that this is a very bright and happy anime. But the anime is dark, it’s quite dark and the art only shows that darkness at certain intervals, but for the most part the anime is bright and colourful, whereas the mood is dark.
Sound: This is one of the first anime that I’ve seen where I was activally paying attention to the background music. It was all perfect, it was all fast and just amazing. I’m a firm believer in that music in anime does not make or break it, it either makes a good anime better, or worse; or a bad anime better or worse. In Tekkon Kinkreet, the music makes an already excellent anime even better.
Character: Every character is incredibly, and sometimes painfully, human. With the exception of the alien assassins of course. The relationships between the characters, especially between Black and White are so beliveable and so incredibly real. I found myself caring so much about all of these characters, which is not something that I regularly do. It’s amazing because every character changes and every relationship changes as well, it’s rare to see how realistically each character’s change is portrayed.
Enjoyment: If you haven’t noticed already, I love this anime, it’s completely and utterly perfect. There is not a boring or meaningless scene. There are no pointless characters, every character is unique and human. Kinkreet is very original and it really does an amazing job of everything that it does. I cannot express how enjoyable this anime is, you really need to watch it for yourself.
If this isn’t at the top of your list, put it there. I believe that in order to appreciate anime you have to see both terrible and amazing anime. To me there are very, very few perfect anime, I would have a hard time listing them on my hands. However, this anime is so close to perfection that I would myself, call it perfect. Watching this anime reconfirms the reasons why I started watching anime in the first place.
This isn’t going to be an easy one to review. I have very mixed feelings towards Tekkon Kinkreet. It’s one of those anime that to me wasn’t great and certainly wasn’t bad. However, that isn’t to say it was average. It’s more accurate to say it was simultaneously spectacular, and a total piece of shit…so it ended up in the middle.
Oh and Spoiler alert! I can’t really talk about why I’m conflicted with this film unless I go into some spoiler territory.
Plot and characters:
We are introduced to a wild and beautifully animated city. According to the director, this city was created by taking elements from Japan, China, and India. Our main characters are 2 orphans named Black and White. Black is an angry, brooding, violent anti-hero. White is a special needs kid who remains pure and innocent despite being surrounded by crime and poverty. Together they balance each other out and form a very obvious Yin-Yang dynamic. The first 1/4th of the film is Black and White living together in the slum called Treasure Town and defending their turf from Yakuza. We get some very touching scenes of brotherly bonding. We’re introduced to the city and Tekkon gets to demonstrate its beautifully fluent animation and vibrant colors. Everything is going great. The movie at this point is safely in 8/10 territory. Then everything starts going wrong.
Around 1/3rd through the movie, an evil foreign real estate developer is introduced. This guy wants to destroy the slum where our heroes live in order to build a giant amusement park. That’s right! It’s time to rip off the plot of such great films as “Breakin 2 Electric Boogaloo and basically every Disney TV movie from the 90s. It gets better. The evil real estate tycoon introduces 3 super powered assassins who can fly. We’re just going to throw in super powers and kick any small sense of realism out the window halfway into the movie. The tycoon’s plan is to have the assassins kill Black and White. Once the 2 orphan defenders are dealt with, the rest of the slum will give up hope and evict themselves…I guess. The first assassin is dealt with when White pours gasoline on him and sets him on fire. White is pretty pleased with himself and says “Maybe this whole rotten city should burn!”. WTF Tekkon!? We’re over halfway through and out of fucking nowhere you turn the sweet retarded kid into Rorschach?! White ends up getting injured by the 2nd assassin and is taken into protective custody. We also get a touching, tragic scene in which one Yakuza thug is forced to kill his old boss at the behest of the tycoon. The Yakuza guy loved his old boss, but the Tycoon will kill his family if he doesn’t obey. The boss understands this and accepts his fate. It’s probably the best scene in the entire movie and if had ended here, we would still be in 7/10 territory.
Now we enter act 3 and here is where things REALLY fall apart. The foreign real estate tycoon succeeds in tearing down the Treasure Town slum and building an amusement park…surrounded by more Chinese/Indian slum. I can’t wait for Disney World to build a park in the endless, sprawling slums outside Bengal! The tycoon though is STILL obsessed with killing Black and White! He develops a plan to kill Black in the middle of his own amusement park using his remaining assassins. Never mind the fact this would create a massive panic and badly hurt visitor numbers to his park. Character motivations in this film make zero sense. Speaking of which, the yakuza thug reports back to the tycoon and just decides “fuck it! I hate this guy too much!”. The thug kills the tycoon and gets shot in return. Whelp, his family is fucked. It also completely undermined the best scene in the movie. We aren’t done yet though! Black goes completely insane without having White by his side and develops multiple personality disorder. We’re 90% in and its time to just throw in multiple personalities. Since we have no time left, Black quickly kills the assassins and banishes his dark personality in 5 minutes simply by thinking about White’s innocence. This is definitely the fastest and easiest I’ve seen dissociative identity cured in a movie! It’s almost like it had no reason to be here! Black reunites with White and the film subverts expectations yet again by ending perfectly happy with them playing at a beach. As for the 5 or so murders and 12 assaults Black commits in this movie with tons of witnesses? Who gives a shit?! It has zero repercussions! The film just kind of ends and I don’t feel like anything was really learned or accomplished.
Art and Sound:
The art and animation is amazing! This film just oozes with style and personality. It has a very unique aesthetic that kind of reminds me of Yuasa’s style. The soundtrack is honestly nothing special and I wasn’t impressed with the voice acting. This anime was written and directed by an American guy. If this anime is famous for anything, it’s that little bit of trivia. So I went with the English dub. Big mistake. White’s voice actor is a 6 year old child who had no prior acting experience and according to IMDB has never worked again after this. The dub is just fucking painful in places and the soundtrack does this film no favors.
Tekkon Kinkreet is a visually stunning film! If you consider anime to be a purely visual medium and ONLY a visual medium, you can still love every second of this film. I just want to make it clear that I’m not some uncultured asshole who gives low ratings to purely visual experiences. I didn’t go on Letterbox or IMDB and give low ratings to “Man with Movie Camera” or “Olympia”. Those are great films and I rated them accordingly. Tekkon is in fact a narrative story and to me doesn’t just fail in telling that story, it failed HARD. It still has individual scenes that are good, but the total project is just…ugh. It has this weird obsession with subverting expectations in the stupidest possible ways. I think the director just gets giddy to jerk the wheel and send us all over a cliff. Tekkon Kinkreet is like watching City of God as written and directed by a drunk Rian Johnson. No matter how pretty it looks, I just can’t personally rate this one above a 6.
1: Detective Conan Movie 10: Requiem of the Detectives
Japanese: 名探偵コナン 探偵たちの鎮魂歌[レクイエム]
MAL Score: 8.06
After receiving a strange invitation, Kogorou Mouri pays a visit to the Miracle Land theme park along with his daughter Ran, Conan Edogawa, and the Detective Boys. Once there, Kogorou and Conan are tasked with finishing an unsolved case by a mysterious stranger. Realizing that the invitations were actually an elaborate trap, the two have just 12 hours to solve the case or face grave danger.
With the help of familiar faces like Heiji Hattori, Kaitou Kid, and even Saguru Hakuba, the group of detectives must unravel the web of clues surrounding the case in order to find the culprit and bring them to justice before it’s too late.
The only saving grace about this movie is its story, which has Conan and the other detectives try to solve a case for a client before they all explode. There is some semblance of a looming sense of dread, as every moment is leading closer and closer to death as the movie goes on. There are even a few decent character moments here and there. Of course, this is where the praise for this movie stops.
While the story itself is good, the execution is extremely lacking. Despite being under pressure to solve a case as soon as possible, the way the scenes are shot fail to capture that urgency. Everything feels so slow and plain that it eliminates any semblance of tension that the characters may be under right now. What also ruins this movie even more is its art and animation. The Detective Conan movies usually have a level of polish that puts them above the anime series. Here, there is no trace of quality or refining done to either the art or animation. It is, quite literary, an extended episode.
If this were a TV special, then I wouldn’t mind it so much (then I wouldn’t even need to review it). But this isn’t just a movie; it’s a movie celebrating the 10th anniversary of the series. When put into that context, what does it have going for it? What can you watch in this movie that you can literally see in any other movie? Heiji and Kaito Kid? They already have their own movies. Everyone is going to be killed if Conan doesn’t solve the case? Try the Eleventh Striker. Requiem of the Detectives’ main problem is how basic it all is; every other movie before and after it did the same things that this movie does but even better. It’s almost like this movie only had the story to work with and just did whatever with everything else.
Before I end this review, I do want to stress that this only just me speaking and that my opinion may not apply for everyone else. These movies are like different flavors of ice cream. Some are like chocolate. Some are like strawberry. Some are even like pistachio. If I had to define Requiem of the Detectives as an ice cream flavor, it would be vanilla. Not French vanilla or vanilla bean; just basic vanilla. Some people like vanilla and that’s okay. Even I’m morbidly curious what maple bacon ice cream tastes like. As such, Requiem of the Detectives will always be somebody else’s favorite Detective Conan movie no matter what I think of it.
Did YOUR favorite anime make the cut? Let us know in the comments below!
1. Detective Conan Movie 10: Requiem of the Detectives
2. Tekkon Kinkreet
3. Doraemon Movie 26: Nobita no Kyouryuu 2006
4. Hokuto no Ken: Raoh Gaiden Junai-hen
5. Bleach Movie 1: Memories of Nobody