why is there so little doujin of psycho pass despite having so many hot girls?what did you think of the movies morality?
Psycho pass the movie
Only women liked that show. Thus there is no reason to draw porn for it.
Ginoza is the only hot girl.
I'm a girl
Harmony did what PP tried to do, but a lot better.
Only women liked that show.
why?it has blood,gore and entry level crime drama stuff.
Pleb. Yayoi is best girl, Ginoza is second best girl.
I'm sure I'd remember somebody like that appearing in the show.
You better remember faggot.
aoyanagi risa looked hot before the end.
You pleb. Pp would be better if it were about Gino adventures with dogs and plants, and lesbian sex background.
Why not both?
in the movie Tsunemori goes on about how people have to choice the system but what is the point?is not she just saying it for her own moral smugness,after all once the first generation dies from old age the descendants won't have any real choice,6 generations later people are not going to be able to change the choice mostly because they won't have the power or may even be conditioned that way.
That's the same for every kind of government.
now that is true for nuclear governments.you can still have overthrows in Pakistan but thats besides the point.should not fast implementation take priority so that the suffering can be minimized?
What are you even saying? Try proper English please.
They had already implemented it. The groundwork and everything was done. One election doesn't take too much time, especially when things are already semi-orderly.
It's also the only way to appease certain anti-government movements.
in the show I found myself siding with the system majority of the time and I felt that every time Tsunemori tried to change things she ended up making them worse.Did Sup Forums feel the same way(I did not track reactions to this show) or am I just into statism
What did she try to change other than making the system self-judging?
yes but presenting as a moral duty is bit over the top and all they have is groundwork which is 100 times smaller than the country.
way to appease certain anti-government movements.
if illusion of choice is what it takes then one has to ask if they are worth saving.
is that not enough?That started area judgment which will raise group stress level and turn every person into a busybody state spy.
No, they started crowd-personality judgement.
They did area judgements long before that.
Did you even watch the show?
they started crowd-personality judgement.
They did area judgements long before that.
How are the 2 different?They took steers measurements to send out warnings if area stress went up but I don't recall there being rules for area punishment and group responsibility
For a whole duration of the movie i wanted Touma to appear and destroy their illusions.
How are the 2 different?
They're completely different.
They took steers measurements to send out warnings if area stress went up
Area judgement. Happened all the time.
I don't recall there being rules for area punishment and group responsibility
Do you not recall the bit where they pizza'd everybody in that house, including one agent?
That was before crowd personality judgement.
Crowd personality judgement only affects people like Kamui or Sybil.
Seriously, rewatch the show. You have no idea what you are talking about.
Was there ever an interview where they explained why most of the movie is in Engrish?
sentence structuring was still Japanese so it would sound strange even when delivered by an English speaker
why use english at all though?
entry level crime drama stuff
What the fuck was that movie even supposed to tell us? Something something colonialism, based on the nigger's book choices?
I willingly swallowed S2, but the movie was just garbage.
I have no idea.What location was it at?First looked like Africa then twain but the long haired guy looked Chinese(the way Chinese look in anime)It was a made up country so they picked a "cool" language and it was English because more people are likely to get it and finding French,German speakers would be harder
That just how all Japanese dramas are,even the live action ones.people love it for gimmick like "autistic sidekick solves it" or something like that.
Because two thirds of it are set in Cambodia, but nobody knows how to speak Khmer.
My conclusion was that counter revolution is never far when you take control by force,international support just turns your gov into a puppet,intentional supporters have a bad grasp of the situation on the ground and you should not force anything on to the people even if its in their best interest.I disagreed but I think that is what they said.
why not just speak japanese and let the audience assume they're speaking a foreign language like most other movies
So American-style democracy is bad. Got it.
Akane switches on her translator after being introduced to Colonel Wong. Most of the movie is in Japanese then.
I guess they also tried to render the quotes in the original form. (though one of the books was French)
because to churn out physiological drivel for every episode your head needs to be up your ass to such level that you make a lot of "artistic" choices
American-style democracy is bad
more like American-style foreign policy
Is there an S3 in the works ?
They announced a Yayoi-centered SOL spin-off, but not an S3.
a Yayoi-centered SOL spin-off