Life Stories of a Korean expat

June 2011 - Dec. 2014 Lahore, Pakistan
Jan. 2015 - July 2017 Almaty, Kazakhstan

Jun 20, 2010

Where the Wild Things Are & Hokuto-no-ken

I got these DVD from my x, well... I think he is still my x, last Tuesday(June 15).

When I needed to stay at home taking a rest after getting acupuncture from my Chinese doctor, I watched them. The first one, Where the Wilde Things Are, was a boring one. The brief plot is a boy making troubles at home and often going too wild for his mother to control runs out of the house and meet this wild monsters. There's one troubled monster the boy becomes a friend with. He learns some lessons while staying with those monsters as a little king, and he gets back to re-unite with his own family. I won't recommend.

I was always facsinated by those great Japanimation ever since I've watched 未来少年コナン(The Incredible Tide, 미래소년 코난) and 天空の城ラピュタ (천공의 성 라퓨타). Naturally my favorite person in the Japanimation scene is Hayao Miyazaki.

北斗の拳 (ほくとのけん) was once the representative Japanimation along with Dragon Ball. The cartoonist is Hara Tetzuo((原 哲夫). It's bloody violent but worth watching.

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