planning a movie night...

Sweeeet. Im gonna buy. This based on the game or kind of goes off of it??

Originally posted by Tenchimaru Draconis
[b]<img src=“”> I don’t recommend that you show them .hack//SIGN if this is their first time with anime. I didn’t really like it, and I’m pretty sure that if you show it to them as one of their first things, they’ll be turned off from anime. See, the anime is 26 episodes of talking about the same subject. Besides the fact that that’s like 9 hours of stuff, it isn’t really a good first impression to show them something relatively “boring” :stuck_out_tongue:

Trigun and Kenshin are also series. Never watched them, but Kenshin is like 90 episodes, so I doubt you’d want to show them that :P[/b]

Trigun is 26 eps so yeah I agree with the fact that watching a series wouldn’t be good for a movie marathon night.

Also there are Kenshin/Samurai X OVA’s that can be taken as movies. I’m not too educated in the matter, but those would be good to watch to start off Kenshin.

TD I recommend you watch Trigun, it seriously rules.

<img src=“”> Sure. Give me HD space and/or money. But Trigun is very, very, very low on my “to watch” list, so it’ll probably be a while.

The Yu Yu Hakusho movie.

Originally posted by Tenchimaru Draconis
<img src=“”>But Trigun is very, very, very low on my “to watch” list

It shouldn’t be. :stuck_out_tongue:

<img src=“”> Well, it is :stuck_out_tongue:

Just saw the Cowboy Bebop movie. Go for it. Even if it’s for Ed alone. Never saw any eps of it, though.

Kite, Jin-Roh, and…I’d mention more but some of them were already mentioned. ^^

Anime wise I would suggest Grave of the Fireflies, then you can really find out which of the guys are emotional. It’s a very sad anime, but a very well done anime as well.

EDIT: Sorry, didn’t realize Tenchimaru beat me to it.

you should probably start out with ghost in the shell and then show teh Tenchi Muyo OAV, and then the two extra movies (Tenchi in love and tenchi the movie two) those are great…