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    Sir-Mass-a-Lot Sylux's Avatar
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    If you haven't already lost faith in humanity browse Ozz's posts to make sure you really do

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    And watch Boku no Pico
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    Yes if you still believe humans are good people watch Boku no Pico

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    It's an emotional roller-coaster ride. Worth watching.

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    I recently started watching an anime entitled Pico to Chico, and all I can say is… Wow. Unlike so many modern shows that stumble over every excruciating minutia of their characters, Pico to Chico tastefully crafts a story and leaves the characters to mystery (only a fool would dare call the character development “shallow”). Post-modern existentialism is the soup of the day as we progress through their adventure, only to find that materialism is the only thing that keeps us living, but it’s not in a pompous, pseudo-intellectual style that implies that’s a recent phenomena; it’s handled delicately but will impact you in a way that leaves you asking “Why?” Unlike our hack-ridden film industry, Pico to Chico uses metaphors in an excruciatingly subtle way. Sharp-eyed spectators should be able to spot the humanistic properties Chico’s sister displays. Just when you think all of the questions raised will be answered, the film comes to a halt, leaving you, the viewer, left to ponder the hidden questions scholars have kept to themselves up to their untimely deaths.

    I don’t think this film justifies an arbitrary rating of stars; it’s much better than that. It deserves a place among the highest modern philosophical works of our world. Nietzsche, thy name is Pico.
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    holy shit what the fuck you guys why did I google that whaaat the fuuuuck

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    lol
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    Oh god, haha.

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    i'm really liking working'!!, though it's almost a moe anime, it doesn't rely on fanservice at all and it's got awesome characters AND it's pretty damn funny...!

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    Hyouge Mono, why is no one subbing this?
    ;_;

    It's so good.

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