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Kei Tomiyama
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Total Titles at Criticker: 38 - You've Seen 0

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Titles You Haven't Rated (38)
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New Kimagure Orange Road: Summer
For those of you whose hearts were ripped to small shred by the first KOR movie, the second KOR movie is the perfect remedy! Whereas the first movie didn't even mention Kyosuke's ESP powers, the second movie revolves around them. The plot is wonderful and funny. Hikaru fans, this movie is the apology you have been waiting for. Yes, she does get over her obsession with Kyosuke (imdb)
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Ninku the Movie (1996)
The travels of the last four surviving members of the Ninku Ninja bring them to a town in need of protection, where they find that they aren't the only ones calling themselves "Ninku". (animenewsnetwork.com)
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Homeroom Affairs (1994)
Homeroom Affairs (1994) - Direct-to-Video
Tokiro Ehara is a brand new teacher to an all girls school. During his first day on the job, he comes across Miyako, a free thinking senior who will be hard to handle. Through Ehara-sensei, Miyako begins to learn the realities of an adult life, and through Miyako, Tokiro learns that nothing in life is as it seems. (animenewsnetwork.com)
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Legend of the Galactic Heroes: Overture to a New War (1993)
A recap of the first two episodes of the TV series.
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Time Bokan (1993)
Time Bokan (1993) - Direct-to-Video
Who has what it takes to be the baddest of the bad. It's evil versus evil as teams of bad guys compete to be the meanest villains ever. Watch and laugh as the Dorombo Gang and their Kitchen Robot take on the worst of the worst in a wacky race to be the greatest villains in anime history. The only force that stands in their way are the superheroes of anime. (animenewsnetwork.com)
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Chibi Maruko-chan: My Favorite Song (1992)
Sakura Momoko's teacher assigns the third grade to draw an image based on their favorite song to enter a contest. Momoko loves a song she recently learned during her music class and is anxious to make a good drawing based on it. On her way to meet her relatives in Shizuoka, she meets Shouko Kimura, a university student who occasionally draws portraits at the local train station and plans to also participate in an art contest. Fascinated by her illustrations, Sakura meets Kimura once again.
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Gdleen (1990)
Gdleen (1990) - Direct-to-Video
Due to spacecraft failure earthlings Ryu with computer robot "MOS" landed on self-navigated planet Gdleen. There Ryu meets a cute Euradonian fairy Fana. At that time, the planet was in the midst of a dispute over a Gavana temple. Self proclaimed God Gavana captured Fana for a sacrifice. Would they be able to escape? And what the identity of Gavana?.
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Chibi Maruko chan (1990)
The title character, Maruko (born May 8, 1965) is a nine-year-old third-grade student raised in a relatively poor family of six. She is lazy, disorganized and usually late for school, in strong contrast with her neat, calm and tidy older sister (sixth-grader) who must share her room with her. (Wikipedia)
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Kimagure Orange Road (1989)
Kimagure Orange Road (1989) - Direct-to-Video
Teenage romance meets fantasy in this series as a love triangle develops between the main character, an indecisive esper named Kyōsuke Kasuga, Madoka Ayukawa, a mercurial and enigmatic girl with a tough past, and Hikaru Hiyama, Madoka's ditzy and energetic best friend. Kyōsuke falls in love with Madoka, and Madoka wants to return those feelings, but can not because of Hikaru's involvement with Kyōsuke. (Wikipedia)
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Y's: Legacy (1989) - Direct-to-Video
Adol Christin, a young man from the mainland, sails to the besieged land of Esteria in search of adventure. Esteria is being overrun by beasts under the control of the evil priest Dark Fact, and the people of the land are running out of time. However, there is a prophecy that tells of a hero from another land who will come to save Esteria -- and his name would be Adol Christen. (imdb)
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Dragon
In the year 3195, during a war between robots and humans, a sentient combat armor loses his companion in battle and shuts down until his internal systems spot a new human. (imdb)
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Kimagure Orange Road: I Want to Return to That Day (1988)
A follow up to the television series "Kimagure Orange Road" that wraps up loose ends. (imdb)
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Legend of the Galactic Heroes (1988)
Various people, especially two rising commanders, cope with a massive continual space conflict between two interstellar nations. (imdb)
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Maison Ikkoku Final Chapter (1988)
Yagami comes to Maison Ikkoku, not knowing of Godai's and Kyoko's wedding, stating that she is now an adult, which she is, not knowing how to tell her, they panic, but she finds out in the end, and is heart broken. (Wikipedia)
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Legend of the Galactic Heroes: My Conquest is the Sea of Stars (1988)
The prequel to the TV series where Yang Wen-Li and Reinhard von Lohengramm meet for the first time in battle.
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The Golden Bird (1987)
A golden apple is stolen from the King's garden. The King orders his three sons to guard the apples in turn and to find out who is the thief. When the youngest son, Hansu, presents a feather that he got from the golden bird that stole the apple the king sends his three sons to bring this bird to him and so Hansu journey begins.
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Robot Carnival (1987)
Robot Carnival (1987) - Direct-to-Video
A clockpunk anthology of various tales told in various styles with robots being the one common element among them. Starlight Angel, Cloud, Deprive, Franken's Gears, Presence, Japan in late 19th Century, Nightmare (imdb)
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Leda: Fantastic Adventure Of Yohko (1985)
Yoko Asagiri is in love, but is afraid to confess her feelings so she writes a song to express her feelings. Much to her dismay, the love song she wrote acted as a bridge connecting the world in which she lived in to that of Earth's alternate world called "Ashanti." There, the ruler of that world wants her song so that he could use it to open a doorway to Yoko's world and conquer it with his armies. (animenewsnetwork.com)
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Final Yamato (1983)
Final Yamato reunites the crew one more time to combat the threat of the Denguilu, a militaristic alien civilization that intends to use the water planet, Aquarius, to flood Earth and resettle there (having lost their home planet to a galactic collision). Captain Okita, who was found to be in cryogenic sleep since the first season, returns to command the Yamato and sacrifices himself to stop the Denguili's plan. Susumu and Yuki also get married. (Wikipedia)
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Nine 2: Sweetheart Declaration (1983)
Second part of the Nine film trilogy.
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Nine: Original-ban (1983)
Just before entering Seishuu High School, track star Katsuya Niimi and judo champion Susumu Karasawa see a girl crying as the school loses a baseball game. The boys decide to join the team and improve it in order to make her smile. The girl turns out to be Yuri Nakao, daughter of the baseball coach, and they learn the baseball team will be shut down if it doesn't start winning. The series follows the three, as well as pitcher Eiji Kurahashi, as Niimi and Karasawa learn about baseball and what...
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The Professional: Golgo 13 (1983)
The action packed life of the professional assassin Golgo 13 (AKA Duke Togo). This guy makes James Bond look like Maxwell Smart. (imdb)
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Arcadia of My Youth (1982)
Space captain Harlock, the latest in a family of proud aerial warriors, begins his journey to free the oppressed Earth from the despotic Illumidas Command. (imdb)
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Ohayô! Supanku (1981)
Spank is a dog whose owner went missing on the high seas. While awaiting his return he meets Aiko Morimura, a student, whose father went also missing and who lives with her uncle, Mr Fujinami. In the course of the anime Spank begins to lighten up her gloomy mood as he is a clumsy and merry dog with lots of heart. (en.wikipedia.org)
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Space Battleship Yamato 3 (1980)
This time around, earth is in the same predicament as Gamilus was in the first series, and most of the series, Yamato (with several other unnamed ships which are implied to be upon the same task) seeks for another planet for humanity to migrate to. Somewhere deep in space, Desslok is engaging in a war against another superpower, the Bolar Federation, and soon Musumu Kodai and his friends are in the middle of this armed conflict. (imdb)
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Be Forever Yamato (1980)
Be Forever Yamato, set in the year 2202, sees the Black Nebula Empire launch a powerful weapon at Earth, a hyperon bomb which will annihilate humanity if they resist a full-scale invasion. The Yamato, under new captain, Yamanami, travels to the aliens' home galaxy only to discover what appears to be a future Earth--defeated and ruled by the enemy. (Wikipedia)
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The Ultraman (1979)
The Ultraman (1979) - TV Series
Jonias (AKA: Joe), a new Ultraman from U-40, merges with young Science Garrison member Chôichirô Hikari to defend the Earth in this, the first-ever animated Ultra Series. (imdb)
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Space Battleship Yamato: The New Voyage (1979)
The story opens in late 2201. In the film, later modified into a theatrical movie, Desslar sees his homeworld, Gamilas, destroyed by the grey-skinned aliens, and its twin planet Iscandar next in line for invasion. He finds an eventual ally in the Yamato, then on a training mission under deputy captain Kodai. (Wikipedia)
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Space Battleship Yamato 2 (1978)
A year has passed since the Star Force returned to save the Earth but another danger now approaches from deep space. A gigantic White Comet hurtles toward our galaxy, obliterating everything in its path. But it is no ordinary comet--it is the deadly Comet Empire, conqueror of worlds... and Earth is the next target! Against orders, the Star Force blasts off to investigate, but even if they can get past the flagship Andromeda, they don't yet know the true nature of their new enemy! (myanimelist.net)
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Farewell to Space Battleship Yamato (1978)
The Comet Empire approaches, and the Yamato is ready to face them. But this will be the last battle for both sides. (imdb)
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Space Battleship Yamato (1977)
In the distant future, the war between the human race and the aliens known as the Gamilons have sent radioactive asteroids that have devastated the planet making the its atmosphere uninhabitable. In an effort to assist the Earth, Queen Starsha of the planet Iscandar offers the Earth Forces a device that can completely neutralize the radiation. The space battleship Yamato is launched from the remains of its World War II ancestor. They have only one Earth year to travel to Iscandar and back. (Wikipedia)
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Candy Candy (1976)
This story is about a girl, Candy, who is a orphan. She is a nice and optimistic girl and she has a warm heart. When she was a child, she lived in an orphanage called Pony's Home. She had a good friend called Annie. And she met the "Prince of the Hill" who is a important person in her life, on the hill behind the orphanage. She was adopted by the Leagan's family. What's awaiting her are the bad-hearted Neil and his sister, Eliza. (myanimelist.net)
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Grendizer, Getter Robo G, Great Mazinger: Decisive Battle! Great Sea Beast (1976)
A giant sea monster known as "Dragonsaurus" has emerged from out of nowhere, terrorizing the depths of the oceans. Great Mazinger, Grendizer and the Getter Robo G team join forces to combat the new threat. But their task becomes more complicated when Dragonsaurus swallows up Boss Borot and makes its way toward Tokyo. (myanimelist.net)
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UFO Robot Grendizer (1975)
Duke Freed is an alien who has escaped to Earth after his home planet was invaded by the armies of Great King Yarban. Five years have passed and now Yarban's daughter, Princess Teronna, is on a mission to find both Duke and his spaceship Grendizer by invading our planet with their fleet of flying saucers. (animenewsnetwork.com)
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Space Battleship Yamato (1974)
In the distant future, the war between the human race and the Gamilon has taken its toll on the planet Earth. Constant bombardment of radioactive asteroids has rendered the planet's atmosphere uninhabitable. As a means of relief aid, Queen Starsha of the planet Iscandar offers the Earth Forces a device that can completely neutralize the radiation off the planet. For this task, the space battleship Yamato is launched from the remains of its World War II ancestor on a 148,000 light-year journey. (myanimelist.net)
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Little Wansa (1973)
Little Wansa (1973) - TV Series
The hero of Wansa-kun was Wansa, a puppy who is sold for a pittance, then escapes, and spends much of the rest of the series looking for his mother.
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Attack No. 1 (1970)
Kozue is a high school girl and an enthusiastic volleyball player. Her dream is to play on the Japanese national volleyball team. Over the course of the series she makes it from the school district league up to the Japanese volleyball finals, step by step until the international volleyball championship. But the faster and higher Kozue climbs, the more she is confronted with the dark side of success: too-high expectations, self-conceit, and envy.
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Taigâ Masuku (1969)
Tiger Mask is a feared heel Japanese wrestler in America who is extremely vicious in the ring. After returning to Japan and meeting a young fan, Tiger is inspired to become a heroic wrestler. (en.wikipedia.org)
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