FLCL (Fooly Cooly)

FLCL (2000)

Titles: FLCL
Countries: United States
Source: IMDb

What is it?

The original video animation (OVA) anime television series FLCL (Fooly Cooly).

What is it about?

This is how Hulu describes this original video animation (OVA) anime television series:

FLCL: Naota’s a bit quirky, but he can still pass for normal.

Haruko’s totally quirky and she’ll never pass for normal.

When she runs over Naota with her motorscooter and brains him with a bass guitar, his world doesn’t get turned upside down – It gets incredibly weird.

There’s nothing else in the world like FLCL.

This one’s going to change your life.

What do I like about it and what would other people like about it?

I like that this anime television show is short, unusual, and I like the ending credits; and I think that other people will like that as well.

Final Thoughts

I think that I liked this anime television show better when I first saw it years ago, but not so much now.

It is pretty unusual and nonsensical and pointless, but creative in my opinion.

I am glad that it is only 6 episodes because I would have given up on it if it was longer.

I think that the ending credits and theme are better than the television show itself, and it brings back some memories from a different time and place in my life; and it reminds me of anime and some of my language learning attempts from that time period, Japan, and Germany oddly.

The end,

-John Jr

2 replies on “FLCL (Fooly Cooly)”

Hello The Otaku Judge,

Yes, it definitely is, in a weird comedic nonsensical way.

That is the way to go, it is only 6 episodes so that should make it easier, I watched episode one of FLCL Progressive Saturday on Toonami; so far I am liking it better than FLCL.

Thank you for commenting,

-John Jr

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