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Dragon Ball Z

This is a second season of Dragon Ball Anime, the story continued and show us the story around Goku life, his friends and his family. This time Goku and his friend must faced the evil Vegeta, Raditz and the most powerfull alien Freza at Planet Namec. After returned from planet Namec Goku must faced the evil Cell and the Android which created by the former enemies the Red Ribbon on earth. After the Cell chapter Goku must defeat new enemy the evil Buu which have the ability to absorbs his enemy ability.

Dragon Ball

This anime revolved around Son Goku an alien raised by an old man. Goku meet Bulma and the adventures is started to collect all the seven dragon ball. The next thing this Japanese animation show how Goku defeat the army of Red Ribbon. After that the story evolved around the World Martial Arts Tournament (Tenka Ichi Budokai). Goku learn a move called Kamehameha from the old man to defeat all the fighter. Goku meet a lot of friend on his journey and then he must defeat the Evil God Picolo.

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This Japanese animation is based on the hit video game by Nippon Ichi. After two year slumber, Laharl, the prince of the Netherworld, finds the Netherworld in chaos after the death of his father, King Krichevskoy. Not wasting any time, Laharl with the help of his father’s former vassal Etna, sets out to conquer the netherworld and proclaim himself Overlord. I loved the Super Deformed character in this anime, they have funny and cute design just like the video games.

Chobits

The story of this anime revolved around Hideki. Hideki is a typical 20 year old slacker. He didn’t get into college straight out of high school, so he’s working a dead-end job, can’t find a girlfriend and is perpetually broke. If only he had a persocon (a humanouid robot) to keep him company, perhaps things wouldn’t be so bad. The problem with persocon is they are incredibly expensive and it would take Hideki a lifetime to afford one. Then, one day Hideki finds a particularly cute female persocon dumped in a pile of trash, so he decides to take her home. As they say, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Persocon that Hideki found was a special one with special ability.

Castle In The Sky

The magic touch of master animator Hayao Miyazaki is visible from start to finish in Castle In The Sky. This anime is an imaginative tale full of mystery and adventure. The high-flying journey begins when Pazu, an engineer’s apprentice, finds a young girl, Sheeta, floating down from the sky, wearing a glowing pendant.






Together, they discover both are searching for the legendary floating castle, Laputa, and vow to unravel the mystery of the luminous crystal around her neck. Their quest won’t be easy, however. There are air pirates, secret agents and astounding obstacles to keep them from the truth and from each other.


The American version was filled with spectacular animation, a fabulous musical score and the voice talents of Anna Paquin (Sheeta), James Van Der Beek (Pazu), and Cloris Leachman (Dola), this sensational anime will become a classic entertainment for the entire family.


Blood The Last Vampire
















The story of this anime takes places in Japan at the year 1966. Saya is the main character, she was part of a secret team destroying daemons. She is sent undercover as a student at the Yokota Air Base in Fussashi, Tokyo. Just before Halloween, she discovers that two of her classmates are vampire in disguise just as they are preparing to attack the school nurse, meanwhile her colleagues have discovered another vampire acting as a bartender in the local red light district. A spectacular battle is begin to demolished the vampires.

Arc The Lad

Seeking Whitehouse, Elk and Lieza find themselves lost in the desert, but being rescued may turn out to be an even worse fate. An unlikely ally comes to their aid and at long last Elk begins to learn the truth about the enigmatic Arc and the genesis of the Chimeras. But truth can be a bitter pill and there’s a horrifying revelation lying in store for our heroes. This Anime told a story about Elk and Lieza journey with great story, cool airship and magic.

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor



After his son is tricked into awakening a cursed Chinese emperor, Rick O'Connell (Brendan Fraser) and his family seek a way to send the megalomaniac and his 10,000 warriors back to their graves.

The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor has one huge thing going for it. That "thing" is that it's aware of the rules. It creates Yet, it's out of thin air and makes up plot points to get from scene to scene but it doesn't make monkeys the central attraction.

There are other parallels. Mummy 3 has a terrible accent too, because Maria Bello is to Rachel Weisz as I am to Muhammad Ali. The Mummy: TotDE also has that "cartoon violence" feel with the tacit understanding that everything will work out just fine. The only difference is the pedigree. Indy was set up in the real-life archaeological world with elements of the fantastic interspersed.

Mummy is set up in the made-up archaeological world with fantastic elements carrying the entire plot. So then, we must give Mummy much more leeway when it comes to idiotic points. Fine. Let's do that. There, that's done. But let's get away from Indy and get down to some "serious" criticism. You've waited this long. Let's first tackle Luke Ford, the son of Fraser and Bello, first.

I don't know whether to blame the script or him -- but either way the whole subplot of "healing the father-son relationship" hurts me like fire. It's painful.
But the whole Roadrunner/Wile E. Coyote aspect of this film was done well in the first two editions and done well enough so that you don't black out in this one. As for Chinese history and culture ... well, everything takes a header. It doesn't really matter that the movie takes place in Shanghai. They really do make up things like "Well, he'll be immortal if he gets to that cave, EXCEPT for if we stab him with this KNIFE!" (cut to shot of knife in Brendan Fraser's meaty paw).

But it has some nice action, and it's fine enough for a summer actioner. Just found this quote: "Rachel Weisz announced that she will not be reprising her role of Evelyn due to different interests with the screenplay." Yes, I can see her point. But The Mummy has to be considered slightly better than average because it's not actively offensive. You might feel dumber for having watched it but you'll never get the sense that they think they are fooling you. The film has simple goals and it meets them.
Fine for a matinée, Fine for a family, fine to get us into early August. Not fine up against real movies with plots, and not good enough to rave about afterwards. Brendan Fraser continues his epic journey on the vanilla highway and Rachel Weisz proves that she's worth at least a letter grade to any film she appears in. Other than that, this one is really slippery. There's not much either way to latch on to ... unless of course you're passing the grain alcohol around while those bright lights assault your senses. Then I suppose this would be a hell of a good time.

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Angel Heart

This Japanese animation is a sequel from City Hunter. A young Taiwanese professional assassin codenamed Glass Heart committed suicide by jumping off a building, and her heart was pierced by a metal fence. After the accident she was hospitalized and miraculously her life was saved by heart transplantation. During her recovery she began to experience strange dreams she saw a glimpse of memory, which led her to Japan looking for the donor of her heart, who happens to be Kaori Makimura, former partner of City Hunter. Personally I’m a big fan of City Hunter manga because the story is very funny, the City Hunter Anime is interesting too but I don’t like what happened to Kaori Makimura in this Angel Heart Anime, but I keep watching Angel Heart to see the continuation of the story and plot.


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