Law student watching movies to drown out the existential dread.
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If you're not going to explain why she broke up with Arturo, then maybe don't make part of this story about her boyfriend's jealousy over him, please and thanks. And then this whole gay or straight subplot that went nowhere. And THEN this whole long distance relationship thing. AND THEN her plotitis is still acting up.
Honestly, just watch the third one on its own. The context only kills it. If she had died at the end of the third one, it would have been a 10/10 series.
Me watching the last of the trilogy first: "I mean, she's not great, but I don't quite get the hate."
Me, enlightened after the first movie: "She is a MENACE. Arturo, Get OUT OF THERE."
I mostly listened to it while playing some mahjong, but it's not a complex movie. I'm sure I missed some nice colors and fashion. And, alas, some cute girls.
Marta is one of the most self-absorbed characters of all fucking time, at least of stories…
No payoff for any of the millions of questions raised during the previous five movies, and an incredibly blue balling resolution to the 02 kids tease in the first movie. The only things that get revealed are the identity of Hackmon and an undoing of a facet of the entire premise of the second half of the series. That facet hasn't been relevant since the fourth movie, but it was still a changed status quo.
It even had the audacity…
Kagome kissing Inuyasha is the only reason this movie exists and for that it is indispensable. Also: closing the locket foreshadowing the kiss: this is cinema.