Netflix screwed up with Bleach twice. First of all, they only had the first season, OUT OF 16! This meant that for those unfamiliar with Bleach until
watching it, they will have had no idea that there was so much of it, and gleefully sat down to watch the one available season, only to discover there
is more story that they cannot access. This was utterly ghastly and annoyed me no end, because I am damned if I am purchasing access to another
platform, just to get what I should have had from Netflix.
Second, they got rid of Bleach the series, and threw in this film, which I have avoided because there is NO way they could have told any of the story
I have already seen, without pissing me off entirely, and from your description, that is exactly what actually happened.
Basically, Netflix does not understand anime. If it did, it would NEVER purchase one season of a show to display, but would ALWAYS get ALL seasons of
a show to display, like SENSIBLE PEOPLE!
The movie was okay considering I went in thinking it was going to be a trainwreck. I liked how Rukia and Ichigo's voices matched the originals in the
Also...the actor that played Ichigo was absolutely gorgeous.
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