Better-animated with epic mythological scale & apocalyptica thrills expanding the canon and bridging gaps between generations alongside a provocative villain, PTM2 is more corporatized w. setting, plot, score issues, but ~okay sequel for fans. 7.5/10.
The maximum cinematic potential of pocket monsters captured in vignettes of the most epic classic moments from throughout game-lore, Generations is the mature [beautifully-stylized & interpretive] PKMN animé fans have waited lives for. 9.2/10.
Blithe, colorful, and fun as its new region, games, & creature set, TJS reunites the trinity and expands the mythos w. [albeit too many ep’s] new genres, villain arcs, emotion, & characters – continuing the spirit/charm of the original animé. 8/10.
A heartbreaking, powerful, avant-garde fantasy dreamscape of grief expositon from origins as raw and dark as a little girl’s tears after losing her father: a canvas of pure emotion, masterpiece world building, epic-scale action, & depth of allegory. 9.2/10.