The Night is Short, Walk on Girl Review — A

Kids get wasted and fall in love.

Damn, that was good. Now I really want to rewatch Tatami Galaxy.

Much of what I liked in Tatami Galaxy, I also loved about the movie. It was fast and crazy and loose with any objective reality, all while being gorgeously animated. I think, also, it takes the right approach to a love story. It’s all about the chase, not about the climax. This movie had quite the chase…

I love how in the world of Tatami Galaxy, nobody has any idea what they’re doing or what they want out of life and they’re mostly just fucking around and wining it. It’s very realistic. Some of the characters talk about fate and shit, but it’s obvious from the show that fate’s whatever they make of it.

It’s a very introspective show which revels in diving through the depths of its characters’ minds. And it does so in the most fascinating and inviting way. Most shows when they attempt to do this, it’s slow and boring and you don’t really learn much at all. But not in Tatami Galaxy.

I loved this movie.

  • Storytelling – A – Great.
  • Voice – A+ – Holy shit.
  • Characters – A – Amazing.
  • Attention Grab – A – Easily kept me interested.
  • Production – A – Gorgeous
  • Overall – A

Recommendations – Tatami Galaxy, Uchouten Kazoku

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