Aggretsuko stresses the importance of being true TO yourself while being honest WITH yourself. A fun, pure, heartfelt time that resonates fiercely with the Millennial experience.
Owarimonogatari (2nd Season)
A great wrap-up for the series ... satisfyingly rooted in a sense of reality and introspection the way a good spiritual supernatural story should be.
Mostly an OVA collection of half-episodes, except there are a few plot-critical episodes, specifically near the end. A nice breather before diving into the final seasons.
Despite (or perhaps due to) being a completely different vibe and style from the rest of the Monogatari series, this is hands down my favorite.
Owarimonogatari (1st Season)
Solid Monogatari with added mystery and great character-digging dialogue.
Not bad for progress of overarching plot, but awkward ecchincest is back.
Very good arc here, all the good supernatural, psychological intrigue, with hardly any of the annoying ecchi aspect. Praise.
Monogatari Series: Second Season
It's worth slogging through Nisemonogatari and Nekomonogatari to get here. Fantastic arcs.
The Garden of Words
Short, sweet, and ridiculously beautiful in animation.
A quality comedy that does a surprisingly good exploration of the struggles of “making it” in life.