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    Top 100 Anime Movies of All Time

    What is the best of the best and where are the best of the rest? Right here. One hundred entries plus a list of honorable mentions, this a list of anime movies to enjoy for all occasions.

    10. Barefoot Gen
    9. Summer Days with Coo
    8. Spirited Away
    7. Princess Mononoke
    6. Only Yesterday
    5. Perfect Blue
    4. Wolf Children
    3. A letter to Momo
    2. Time of Eve
    1. Colorful

    The final ten are not the only titles worth your time. Every movie on this list is a must see for any anime fan. From musical intrigue to epic space operas this list of classics will provide endless hours and options of entertainment. There are a variety of titles that may not even be known at all but still deserve to be known. This is a list guaranteed to provide hours of entertainment for those willing to seek these movies out. From personal viewing experience numbers 93: Escaflowne: A girl in Gaea, 89: Redline, 72: The place promised in our early days and 71: Origin: spirits of the past, are worth checking out at least once. Possessing a blend of emotional depth and exciting action these films are worth checking out and are a new breed from the dime a dozen anime that are widely available. It is needless to say that the additions from Studio Ghibli that do make their way to the list are worth a look. A brief glance at this list will definitely do any anime fan a huge service.

    • That's A Good List You Got There :) – ymkilskh 4 years ago
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    • Great list, will definitely check some of these out! – Emily Deibler 4 years ago
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    • I'm always looking for some awesome new anime movies from various directors to check out. The latest film I watched was Psychic School Wars which was definitely interesting. I like forward to checking some of these out for myself! – Kevin Mohammed 4 years ago
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    • Watched Time of Eve as the ONA series it originally aired in. Need to watch the movie version to see how the pacing is affected and which to recommend to all the people that should have seen it by now but haven't.Great to see it so high up! – JekoJeko 4 years ago
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    • I can't wait to watch to all of them. – KittenBob17747 4 years ago
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    • Solid list. I love that everything is linked for more info. Great job. – CheesyJ 4 years ago
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    • Excellent list! Excited to check out some of these. Sword of the Stranger is one of my personal favourites and I was delighted to see it on the list. – andreacr 4 years ago
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    Latest Comments

    Two words. Kenshiro Soma XD

    Shokugeki no Soma: Why You Should Watch for the Food and not the Nudity

    Oh definitely. I might need to pick up the book sometime.

    The Once and Future King: Nostalgia for Feudalism, Contempt for Modernism

    Oh without a doubt. Might need to get my hand on the book

    The Once and Future King: Nostalgia for Feudalism, Contempt for Modernism

    I had no idea the movie had this much background makes me look at it in a new light.

    Childhood ruined?

    The Once and Future King: Nostalgia for Feudalism, Contempt for Modernism

    I had no idea the movie had this much background makes me look at it in a new light.

    The Once and Future King: Nostalgia for Feudalism, Contempt for Modernism

    I have yet to play this but it looks interesting. I think its refreshing to see an established formula be tackled in a different style.

    Rivals of Aether: A Variation of the Super Smash Bros. Recipe?

    While I agree with some of the statements made I have to respectfully disagree…to an extent. Skin has a way of making itself known. While I think it is possible to utilize fan service properly I also think it is better left not done if necessary. Also while I will not deny that NGE was atmospheric I doubt that the claims about its use of fan service were intentional. NGE’s main themes were its psychological and religious allusions. The “fan service” was part of Shinji’s coming of age. Not necessarily as part of a commentary. Kill la Kill makes for better commentary because the screwball plot revolves around the use of clothing and nudity.

    Fanservice in Anime: Perception Versus Intent