Mappy wrote:It is two and three quarter hours of slow, with lots of quiet pauses that provide nothing to the film. It could have been 100 minutes long and not have lost anything. I don't have that much to complain about with the actual plot.... In a way, I'm angry at KyoAni and their Endless Eight for pushing this out of the tv series. It would have made a better ending than the actual final episode. And, of course, it brings up future continuity that isn't guaranteed to be made into anime form, either....
I'm not a Yuki fanboy, so that doesn't concern me. We didn't need eight episodes of Endless Eight to convince us she would have been driven completely stark raving bonkers enough to do what she did in this film.
I beg to differ, The silence in the movie is what adds character and depth to the situation that Kyon finds himself in. Sure its not as fast paced as the first season was but it is not and was never meant to be, it was a culmination of the results of Endless Eight. Any person who sat through all of E8 has come to love this movie dearly because we can feel Yuki's "pain." E8 was a gamble and it paid off, sure it was annoying but it was still daring and new, no other studio can boast of such a feat.
I dont know I guess it sucked if you just were not a fan of the franchise as a whole. But honestly speaking it is one of the best anime movies I have ever seen, and I know im not the only who thinks this.