Three movies I watched recently.

As I wrote on my blog before, the fun begins to pick up in the middle of PART 1.
The day after watching PART 1, I enjoyed PART 2 at the theater. (I deeply regret not seeing PART 1 in the theater.)
Even before I watched it, I felt a sense of elation that I hadn't felt since Avengers: Endgame, and the work does not betray that excitement.
Not only the story, but also the overwhelming visual beauty.
I really want you to see it in theaters, and if possible, in IMAX.

Commonly known as "Dededede"
A work by Inio Asano, known for songs such as "Oyasumi Punpun" and "Solanin," which has the impression of being an overwhelming subculture.
The first teaser ad I saw on YouTube suddenly came up as a recommendation.
When I saw it for the first time, my first impression was, ``Wow, it looks like Eva!'' Definitely go see it. That's what it feels like. (I don't know the original story and haven't read it yet, so no spoilers please.)
To be honest, the ordinary daily life parts from the first half to the middle are extremely boring, but the two main characters' CVs, ``Ikuta Rira'' and ``Ano-chan,'' are simply the best.
I was so hooked that I thought I created a character based on the image of these two people.
The story also moved forward from the middle to the second half.
Perfect for creating the first and second chapters! I want to see the next chapter soon.

The latest film from director Christopher Nolan.
A biographical film about J. Robert Oppenheimer, said to be the father of the atomic bomb.
This film's release was postponed only in Japan. I think you can see why. was finally published.
It's so difficult that it's hard to understand, but you'll be overwhelmed by the speed of the story and the visuals.
To be honest, I recommend gaining some knowledge about this before going to see it.
If you want to see this, you should definitely watch it in IMAX.
I think there are some people who are confused by all kinds of emotions that only Japanese people who have suffered from the atomic bomb can have.

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There are things that are often advertised as haori that can be worn until summer, but in the middle of summer, a haori is not something that a normal person can wear.
People who love fashion will still wear it. (Be patient with fashion. I think this is true.)
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