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|Polanator||A Summer In Andalusia|| Are you ready for a relaxing bike ride? Well tough! Nasu: A Summer in Andalusia (or Nasu: The Summer of Andalusia) is first time director Kitaro Kosaka’s (worked under and learned from Miyazaki Hayao) take on professional cycling. The story is based off of the manga Nasu, written by Iou Kuroda . . . (More)|| ||01/27/05|| |
|CrowingHorse||Aragami: Duel||In 2002, film producer Shinya Kawai challenged directors Yukihiko Tsutsumi and Ryuhei Kitamura to create a film based on a simple premise: a duel. Each film could only have two actors, one setting, and the movie had to conclude filming after only one week. (Imagine...only ONE WEEK to make a movie!).|
Aragami is Ryuhei Kitamura's su . . . (More)
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|Polanator||Arahan||Arahan – Englightened state when one has nothing more to learn.
For centuries, the way of Tao has enriched the lives of many people. However, as years past by, modernization and technology filled the part of people in which the ancient ways once resided. A lot of these people have also adapted to the modern world, whi . . . (More)
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|Polanator||Prince of Tennis Part 3 (54 - 80)||PLEASE KNOW THAT THIS REVIEW IS FOR THE AV SET, NOT THE MANGA THAT THIS REVIEW IS UNDER! I RECEIVED THIS SET FROM ANIMENIACS, SO THIS IS THE ONE I’M REVIEWING. END NOTE!
Couldn’t get enough of the first two seasons, eh? Well, you’re in luck! Season 3 is here, or as I like to call it, “The Tezuka Years”. Aside from . . . (More)
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|Polanator||Prince of Tennis Part 2 (27 - 53)||PLEASE KNOW THAT THIS REVIEW IS FOR THE AV SET, NOT THE MANGA THAT THIS REVIEW IS UNDER! I RECEIVED THIS SET FROM ANIMENIACS, SO THIS IS THE ONE I’M REVIEWING. END NOTE!
Ryoma Echizen and the rest of the boy’s tennis team at Seigaku is back in a whole new season of The Prince of Tennis. If you th . . . (More)
|Polanator||Wild Striker TV Box 2 (25 - 48)|| Welcome back to a new soccer season at Jyoyo Akanegaoka High. After the defeat to Kokuryou at the inter-school finals, Kyosuke and the rest of the men’s team have been training to bring victory to their school. Now, it is a new semester and the boys are ready to play. Their goals: To defeat Kokuryou and make it to the National Tourname . . . (More)|| ||01/10/05|| |
|Polanator||The Twilight Samurai|| Seibei Iguchi (played by Hiroyuki Sanada) is not your everyday samurai. After the death of his wife, Iguchi was left to take care of his two daughters and senile mother. The setting for the film takes place in Shonai Province, during the late nineteenth century. Our hero of this tale is a samurai/accountant for the Unasaka Clan by day, . . . (More)|| ||01/03/05|| |