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Aa! Megamisama! The Movie (2000)

A young man and his Angel bride must stop an angry Archangel from destroying Earth by proving that love is the ultimate force in the universe.

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After his literal goddess of a girlfriend has her memory of him erased, a mortal student must try help her remember him while battling a divine fugitive responsible for the mind-wipe - a rebel ultimately determined to upset the very foundations of Creation itself. Written by NwappMX7

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Earns its place among my top 5 Anime Movies
30 July 2004 | by (Pretoria, South Africa) – See all my reviews

I bought this DVD because I recognised the picture on the cover from an image in a 3D modeling competition.

At first, I thought I had bought myself a dud as the story starts off quite slowly. But then the plot thickens as the story starts to unfold.

It's difficult to place this movie under a singular genre as it contains a little of everything. The characters (even the more background ones) were developed well and one gets drawn in by both the main characters and the story line. I did not manage to guess what the ending would bring, up to the last few scenes. The music is emotional and lovely. The animation is brilliant and what's truly striking is the attention to detail the artists put into this movie. I cannot say a single bad thing about it.

This is a must see!!!!! Definitely worth buying the DVD.


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