Monthly Archive: December, 2014

Nightcrawler

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Nightcrawler follows Lou, a man that scavenges the night of Los Angeles for news worthy footage of crimes and accidents in exchange for a nice profit at the local struggling news station desperate… Continue reading

Anime Wrap-up 2014: The Best, The Worst and The State of The Anime Medium – Part 1

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Welcome to The Vault’s 2014 anime wrap-up where I, Logically Sound, shall run through some of the anime series that defined 2014. I’ll rate how each anime fared — from the 2013 leftovers… Continue reading

Boyhood (2014)

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I’d decided to watch this film on a relatively lazy Saturday (lazy because I couldn’t summon the willpower to do actual work). With a film boasting 100% ratings on Metacritic and 99% ratings… Continue reading

Masterpieces–Hence, Evergreen. Aoi Bungaku Review

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These are masterpieces, says the narrator. Hence, they’re evergreen. These words herald the start of each episode of this collection of classic tales. Aoi Bungaku (Blue Literature) is a 12-episode show, produced in… Continue reading

Review on Aldnoah.Zero

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In 2012 there was SAO. In 2013 there was Attack on Titan. In 2014 there was Aldnoah.Zero… …well, if only it had lived up to expectations. I only needed to watch the first… Continue reading

Review on Hoshi o Ou Kodomo (Children who Chase Lost Voices from Deep Below)

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This 2-hour long animated film was directed by Makoto Shinkai, whose other famous works include 5 Centimeters per Second, The Place Promised in our Early Days and The Garden of Words. Although this film has… Continue reading