Best Anime Movies on Netflix

Don’t know how to use your Netflix subscription in full? Below are the animes you should look out for. The films listed below are unique as a custom essay order you can make online to spare some watching time for yourself.

GANTZ: O (2016)

If you are a lover of explosions of bodies occurring during fights between monsters, then you should thank Netflix for posting up GANTZ: O. Equipped with perfect CGI, a group of reincarnated people wakes up in the afterlife. They are given war overalls and weapons from an unknown source and find themselves in a warring fight with monsters. They have to fight for their afterworld to survive.


BLAME! (2017)

It is a dark sci-fi anime. It entails a story of automation that has reverbed and gone wrong. In the distant future, robots that have an installed feature of replicating themselves have taken control and are on a quest to eliminate all of the people. In a remote village, Killy, a mysterious traveler, is the only leverage and hope. The characters in this piece are well built and managed that they depict the real stakes.


Miss Hokusai (2015)

If you are bored with action, this is the movie for you. It is a historical drama that stirs up vignettes and takes us through the story of a painter and the father. It follows up an art period that she hid her talent within.


Expelled from Paradise (2014)

The main character is Angela Balzac, a fighter whose main job is to defend people who lack physical bodies. Soon, most people live in a virtual world. They don’t have their minds as they are digitized and scrapped from their bodies. Angela is given a body and sent on a quest to get a hacker that gets into the virtual Reality surrounding and infiltrates it on Earth, now abandoned. It got directed by Seiji.


In This Corner of the World (2016)

In times of war, the people who reside in the war zones continue living their lives. Most people forget this. In 1944, Suzu, 18-year old, moves away from her ménage in the city of Hiroshima to get married to Kure. In the process of settling to start her new life, the war begins, and this brings many challenges like food shortage and many obstacles that humanity dreaded. The movie is compelling and gets told by people struggling to survive.


A Silent Voice (2016)

The movie gets marred by a series of explosions. It is a critically acclaimed movie drama. The piece focuses on a bully named Shoya Ishida and Shoko Nishimiya, who is a classmate with a hearing impairment. The story follows the duo all along with their school life, depicting a trauma of events intertwined in childhood cruelty. It is a bright animation and carefully shows how bullies dull the light of beautiful souls.


The Castle of Cagliostro (1979)

It is slightly different from Hayao Miyazaki. There was the making of Howl’s Moving Castle. It is part of a franchise that belongs to the series of Lupin III, who is a thief that has mastered his craft. It got inspired by the literary character in the dawning 20th Century, Arsene Lupin. The storyline is somewhat more adventurous and falls in between Sherlock Holmes and comedy. The movie closely follows the character of Lupin in his quest to follow up on some fake money. Naturally, this is the money he stole and hid.


Fireworks (2017)

What is the best spot to view the fireworks? What is the perfect time for coming-of-age? Should 6-grade girls run from home? These questions are answered in the anime called Fireworks. Story of young grief, first love, and a magical place out of time.


Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You! (2017)

A favorite adventure story for an older audience and new favorite for the young one! The start of the story is very similar to the original one, but then we’ll see new movie-exclusive pokemons.


Mary and the Witch’s Flower (2017)

Do you want to be a witch? Even if it’s for one night only? Young Mary Smith found a magical flower that can transform her into a witch for one night. She will find new friends, a magic school, and some adventures. Definitely watch-worthy!

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