Can Paradise and Hell exist on the same plane, at the same time?
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Episode 4 review.
While it's nice to get that Pegg/Frost cameo that the live-action movie sorely lacked, real Blankies are repping that notorious heterosexual Griffin Newman. I don't know why he has a different minor role in every single episode like he's animation's Stan Lee, but I'm glad for it.
Definitely not the strongest episode; it follows the formula so far a little too closely to stand out on its own; recap an Evil Ex's life, this time Lucas Lee,…
The ups and downs of a queer relationship in the mid-00s. It's low-key, strangely paced, and satisfies your needs for a mostly happy story. There's some heavy emotions in here, but it's a lot looser, a lot more interesting than most contemporary queer romance movies.
There's a lot of intimacy here. Physical, yes, emotional, definitely. Not a lot of plot, but a lot of time passing, a lot of characters growing.
Sad that it's got that crappy 00s early-digital cinematography…
Since nobody else on here's seen it yet (it came out today), I get to make the comment first: Pokemon: I Choose You! is the End of Evangelion of the Pokemon series.
Okay, that's not quite accurate. It's still very much a kids' movie and doesn't feature heavy subtext or eye vaginas. It does get pretty weird though and features some psychological elements along with metafictional commentary that is a bit more than I'd expect from a Pokemon movie.