A_Yellow_Dress (post: 1500962) wrote:My post is not here anymore...? Maybe it didn't work. I WILL RANT MORE! (:<
Vampire Knight. Hate it.
I hate it with the passion of a thousand suns.
And the description of the second season was like... No. I don't care if it has good reviews. That is wrong. On. So. Many. Levels.
I know hate is a strong word but...
(Sorry to anyone who likes it.)
Juliannesan (post: 1501620) wrote:LOL.
I only watched one episode, and that was all I could do to keep from laughing. I've never really liked any sort of Vampire-themed show or movie though.
A_Yellow_Dress (post: 1501639) wrote:I'm a "completionist". (I think I've only ever dropped three or four titles, and that was because they turned out to be fanservice or ecchi.) So I forced myself to sit though it. The music was good, but everything else: just horrible.
Juliannesan (post: 1501651) wrote:What was the thing that annoyed you the most about it? Characters, art, storyline, what?
A_Yellow_Dress (post: 1501656) wrote:I found the characters to be walking cliches. Especially Yuuki (I dunno if that is how you spell it). She was too much like other main heroines in the majority of vampire pop culture today. The art was pretty, but the lack of a plot, goal, or storyline (without well-written characters to carry it) made it very, very dull.
I guess the reason why I hate it (instead of just shrugging it off as mediocre and leaving it at that) is because I had heard such great things about it and then it just wasn't very good. It was like spending a half-hour every couple days with someone you didn't like. Annoying.
Thanks for hearing me out and tolerating my ranting. ^^
Juliannesan (post: 1501680) wrote:Hahah, no problem. I actually found your rant rather amusing and funny, and I can definitely relate to that with another show. Hana Yori Dango (Boys Over Flowers)
Trust me, save yourself some pain. Haha.
Atria35 (post: 1501683) wrote:That's probably because HYD basically CREATED all those cliches. It wasn't cliche when it was written.
Nate (post: 1501857) wrote:The music in Initial D is amazing and therefore it is a great anime and if you disagree you are wrong.
Juliannesan (post: 1501862) wrote:well, then...
I'm sorry I'm missing out.
I'm not really into car or robot shows much.
There has to be strong characters and stuff for it to really grab me.
Like G Gundam, I don't normally like Gundam shows, but oddly enough I really enjoy G Gundam.
Neane (post: 1501972) wrote:You Mean Tequila Gundam?
And Zebra Gundam from Neo Kenya?
Neane (post: 1501972) wrote:Also, I recently watched another anime that I would like to add to the list of Worst Anime ever: Sleeping with Hinako. It is an anime in which you get to see a Young Lady sleeping in her bed. That is the whole plot. Don't EVER WASTE YOUR TIME ON THIS ANIME! I nominate this anime as the WORST ANIME EVER MADE.
This is what I felt like after watching it:
I can't believe I sat down and watched the whole thing.
mkalv wrote:The worst anime I have ever seen is Kirby: Right Back at Ya! I couldn't make it past the first episode.
Maokun (post: 1501963) wrote:Music? Was there music? I cannot remember at all.
Shao Feng-Li (post: 1502174) wrote:My first thought:
Neane wrote:Now after mentioning the worst possible anime in existence
Nate (post: 1502413) wrote:But you didn't. Regardless of how pointless and pathetic the anime may be, it does not have what something like, say, Eiken does. That is, Sleeping With Hinako is not blatantly offensive. Stupid? Sure. But no one would watch it and get angry or offended by it. They'd get bored, maybe even annoyed. But offend them? No way.
Things like Eiken are blatantly and horribly offensive though. Thus, Sleeping With Hinako cannot be the worst anime ever created, on the grounds that it is not offensive.
Davidizer13 (post: 1502265) wrote:Yes. There was music. Having not seen the show myself, the music is all I have to go on.
Imagine the cheesiest techno ever, as cheesy as humanly possible. No, cheesier than that. More than that, even. It is so incredibly cheesy, in fact, it wraps around and becomes absolutely and unequivocally awesome. If the rest of the show is half as good as the music, then it is far from the worst anime ever made. (Of course, again, I haven't seen it, so I wouldn't know.)
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