I am not a heavy Anime watcher, not because I don't want to, but because I don't have time. Anyway, most of the time I enjoyed action and/or magic Anime (DragonBall series came to mind), but I also like to see something very different. My earliest Anime I watched (and enjoyed) includes Ikkyu-san, Voltes V and Candy-Candy. Three very different style of Anime, but all of those I enjoyed pretty well. Because of that, you might see me as 'neutral', and I will try to be as much as possible. The problem is, everytime I watched something, my 'standard' rose up. I like Candy-Candy (TV) some years ago, but last time I watched Candy-Candy (Movie) it looks below average. Maybe I got spoiled with better graphics and better storyline. Well, enjoy the movie!
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|Bloodlust||Buy||See Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust|
Candy Candy the Movie
Candy, an orphan, a fighter, a carer, who tried to be the best for everyone, faced with the choice of friendship or happiness. A classic 'poor girl' story who willing to sacrifice herself to make everyone else happy, yet still fight for the rightness of people.
|China's Best||Rent||See Chuuka Ichiban|
In the early 19th century, Chinese cooking was the top art of the country and chefs were respected everywhere. One such chef is Mao, a young talented boy on the road to becoming a "Super Chef". Along the way he meets new friends as he journeys China to improve his ultimate cooking techniques. Through the many cooking competitions Mao endures he will prove himself to the world.
|Cooking Master Boy||Rent||See Chuuka Ichiban|
|D 2000||Buy||See Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust|
|Duplicate entry - Initial D Battle Stage||Watch||Duplicate entry, see Initial D Battle Stage; 1 review to be transferred.|
Hikaru no Go
One of the greatest Go players in history, Fujiwarano Sai, has been trapped inside a goban (a traditional Go board) for hundreds of years. A young boy, Shindo Hikaru, has the power to free Sai, and by doing so, opens a spot in his mind for Sai to stay. As Sai is a spirit (or ghost) visible only to Hikaru, they find themselves strangely bound together. With very little in common, Sai urges him to attend various Go clubs to permit them to play against strong opponents and begins to teach Hikaru how to play Go. And slowly Hikaru becomes drawn into the strange world of competitive Go. Hikaru accepts Touya Akira as a rival and sets his goals on becoming good enough to defeat him, while Sai wishes only to attain skills for the ultimate Go-play, a move called "The Hand of God."
|Rent||When an 18-year-old tofu delivery boy named Tak begins to casually get involved with the street racing scene, he unexpectedly goes up against a street racing legend in one of his first races. Soon, Tak has acquired a reputation and finds that other racers are lining up for the chance to take on Tak and his famous "Eight-Six of Mount Akina".|
Initial D Extra Stage
|Watch||An OVA that take place after Initial D, with Mako and Sayuki of the Impact Blue team as the star. Mako has been feeling down since the recent events with Iketani, and Sayuki can see it in her lackluster driving. But as if on cue, some members of the legendary Emperor racing team show up in Usui right after defeating the Night Kids on their home ground. Will Mako and Sayuki be able to meet this challenge?|
|Initial D First Stage||Rent||See Initial D|
|Initial D OVA||Watch||See Initial D Extra Stage|
Initial D Second Stage
|Buy||Takumi has beaten Takahashi Ryosuke, but now the Emperors arrive. Lead by Sudou Kyouichi and driving the incredibly fast ↗Lancer Evolutions, they are out to be the fastest in Gunma!|
|Initial D The Movie||Rent||See Initial D Third Stage|
Initial D Third Stage
|Rent||Takumi is still working at the gas station, when Takahashi Ryosuke pulls up and asks Takumi to be part of Project D, and help him complete the "Fastest driver in Kanto" Project. As graduation nears, Takumi is forced to face himself and his desires to find out what he wants out of racing, his friends, and his life.|