As if making working at McDonald’s look like a slice of life anime wasn’t enough, the Don Draper/Makoto Shinkai hybrids of the Japanese ad world have now released a brand new animated promotional video. The subject this time? Canada.
Color is undeniably the most important innovation in film since the invention of the talkies. Color helps convey mood, create atmosphere and evoke emotions in a way that black and white movies just can’t. It also helps make the films more vibrant, more interesting, easier to the eyes and generally more fun to look at.
In honor of the biggest event in gaming this week, E3, let’s share the moment we fell in love with video games. I’d like to share my first time playing Pokémon.
Recently, I was finally able to watch the K-ON! movie. The movie itself was tremendously enjoyable, and to the series’ credit, the characters and settings were memorable enough that I was still able to follow the story even after three years.
About a year ago I was in Japan for a short exchange program when our student guides toured us around Kamakura, just outside Tokyo for a day. We went to see the sites like the famous Daibutsu or Great Buddha and the various other shrines in the vicinity. During the trip, I noticed that one of my friends excused…