Sunday, December 2, 2012

OtakuNick Reviews Momo e no Tegami (a letter to momo)

Hey guys I know its a bit latter then I sed it be her but I finally got around to watching a letter to momo. So befor I make you wait any longer hears the review.

First up is the story  Momo is a young girl who grew up in a big city. However, following the premature loss of her father, she has to move with her mother to the old family house on a remote island. Here, time seems to have stopped: old wooden buildings, holy shrines surrounded by trees, fields painstakingly carved out from steep hills.

momo's heart is still feeling uneasy about an unfinished letter left by her father. A letter that contained only two words: "Dear Momo..." 

One day, exploring the attic of her new big house, Momo finds a dusty and worn out book. And from that moment, something really unexpected starts happening around he. what may that be well thats for you guys to find out because Im not saying its to good of a movie to do that.

Now most of you mite think this is a ghible from how the art looks but no this is a prodoction IG movie and the  Art Director is non other then Ohno Hiroshi. Whos Ohno Hiroshi you ask well hes non other then the Art Director of God Mazinger witch is the sudo Sequel to the Great Mazinger witch is to this day one of the all time clasics of mecha.

the voice work in this anime is good not all that ground bracking but the cast do a good job and speeking of the cast its full of a mix of old talent that never rely got big and new talent. But they all do as I sed a good job

okay I will say one bad thing about this moive the sound trak isint all that good. Truth be told I didint rely hear any of it during the movie. Shis seems to be one of thos movies that takes the soundtrak vary sparingly. But I rely do thing a bit more music could have rely don sum good but what do I know Im only a otaku how has watched 741 anime all the way thew.

Over all Im gana have to say this is a much watch for the story alone all the other parts ether just do there job or fall short abit but the story is rely what gets you and holds you in.

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