A renowned journalist, as well as a fiction writer, says “I am convinced that stories have the power to change lives. Beyond that the stories that affect us as well as the stories we are raised with serve as the foundation for our hopes and dreams when we are adults.”
In essence, stories define who we are and the person we'll are to become. In the form of manga, books, movies anime, or other types of art forms, they engage people in a variety of ways. For instance: there is a video closely related to one day of cosplayers has become a hot topic overseas such videos and animes play an important role in people’s lives as they influences a larger audience.
One film, in particular, that took the world of anime to the forefront is Kimi No Na Wa (Your Name). It was released in the year 2016. Makoto Shinkai's film was awash with praise from critics and sold out at the box office across Japan and eventually surpassed Hayao Miyazaki's Spirited Away as the highest-grossing anime film ever.
In the two years after its release, the world's fans are experiencing a withdrawal from anime and are eagerly waiting for the future Makoto Shinkai-related. Although Shinkai has teased in a cryptic Twitter that his next project will be released in 2019, nothing is known more other than that. If you're an anime fan like me and need something new to watch during the interim five romantic romances will fill the Kimi Na Wa void.
In the majority of romance films, there is a standard trope of the quiet, occasionally cool, but always the quiet and lonely male hero. The stereotype of the loner is altered by the frequently exuberant or eccentric woman who is a love interest that swoops into his world and transforms his world.