DreamWorks SKG will release its first features this fall: ImageMovers films will be financed by and distributed by DreamWorks SKG domestically, with Universal handling video and international distribution. However, the deal is not exclusive, so Robert Zemeckis can still direct for other studios. Business is business, however, and the nation-wide Japanese opening is being rescheduled.
Closely related to Wrong Genre Savvyalthough the consequences of the latter tend to be much more dire. Reality Ensues is the exact opposite of this trope, though it might be a Justified case for the former.
The stock phrase itself can be major Narm for some people. In this case, it was used to signify a lighter tone than the Darker and Edgier Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam — at least for the first half of the series. If you take the time to check the rest of the lyrics, the song actually does fit the tone of the series better.
It's either about a bratty kid trying to convince the grownups that his daydreams have some kind of significance, or to convince them there's more to life than their dreary, buttoned down worldview. Which interpretation you prefer will probably tell you all you need to know about whether or not you'll enjoy this polarizing series.
This is what a real battle looks like - wild and unpredictable - not carefully scripted like a movie. And there's nothing glorious about it. Danced around in the final episodes of Martian Successor Nadesicoin which several characters point out that reality isn't as black and white as anime.
If we lose, we cannot just start from scratch, we are dead! Trapped Behind Enemy Lines and surrounded by a hostile army searching for them, Kaname is reminded of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and suggests that such movies should have a happy ending instead. Her voice startles some birds, bringing down an immediate hail of fire.
Fortunately, help choses that moment to arrive. Tadakuni, Hidenori and Yoshitake are attacked by Zakus and embark on a heroic fantasy quest on their way to school before Tadakuni complains there aren't meant to be any mobile suits or heroic tales in a Slice of Life.
In fact, the anime goes to great lengths to reinforce this trope. In Macross IIHibiki's mentor tells him off for only wanting the "good parts" of the battle reported on, stating that "they're not making some series to get ratings.
Lucky Star does this all the time. It's a pretty consistent source for jokes involving Konata. In one episode, Ash confidently declares that he's not a "cartoon character". In the early episode "The School of Hard Knocks", a student claims to have learned Pokemon strengths and weaknesses from using a battling simulator, to which Misty remarks "this is real life!
Oddly, in the first scene of this same episode, Brock's line just before the title card is "we've gotta start the show"though the context is ambiguous regarding whether he might have meant it metaphorically. The introduction to Haruhi Suzumiya is exactly this; Kyon begrudgingly accepts the fact that he lives in the real world, where ali enstime-travelersand espers don't actually exist.
In the second episode of Shakugan no Shanathe title character says this.
It's actually an inversion, since he says this to make him face facts, after explaining the Awful Truth. He's not some anime character. It's a Light Novel. Erika and Walker, as well. They're both complete Otakus and theorize on "if this was a manga" and "I'd like to go to the 2D world.
When will the climax of our little play take place? When will all three of you come together and meet up for the last time in your final scene together? The main characters miraculously discover the secret hideout of the sinister magic user.
But then suddenly fall into a trap and get separated, and each of them encounters a formidable enemy. What do you think, quite an exhilarating story, isn't it? And obviously an unexpected plot twist is needed to crown the climax and bring our drama to its bloody conclusion. This isn't some kind of play, this is real life!
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Catholics try, rather unconvincingly, to show how conferring sainthood is different in principle to the pagan apotheosis (the process that made Claudius, for instance, into a God), but the distinction doesn't quite wash.
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