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Those unfamiliar with the Urusei Yatsura series which ran between 1981 and 1986 are advised not to make their opening acquaintance with Always My Darling, the last and least of the series. With its doe-eyed, surreal, cosmic jumble of characters, plot non-sequiturs and animatory quirks, Urusei Yatsura is, in any case, like braised dog, a distinctly acquired and non-Western taste.--David Stubbs --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Some familiarity with Lum, Ataru, and all the other characters of Urusei Yatsura is ESSENTIAL if you are going to make any sense out of a film that even the writers admit they... Read morePublished on 25 Aug. 2006 by M. J. Webber
This is bassed on the final story of Urusei Yatsura writen by Rumiko Takahashi - famous for this series, Ranma half and Inu-Yasha to name just a few. Read morePublished on 16 May 2004 by tasukidaisuki
Great film however abit long and drawn out, Ataru is at his greatest of infatuation and lum almost leaves him, its great.Published on 15 Oct. 2001 by firstname.lastname@example.org
I loved this OVA from start to finish as it gave some of the characters who didn't really get much to do in the anime I've seen (come on someone release the dvd tv series boxed... Read morePublished on 5 May 2001
Aaaahhhh , Urusei Yatsura ... claimed by many to be one of the best animes out there . I'm one of those people , and this was the movie that swayed me from being Lum-aware to being... Read morePublished on 10 Dec. 2000 by email@example.com
this OAV has excelent animation, made just befor the last movie(allways my darling,10th aniversary) it rolls around ataru, lum chan and shinobu who get to see a glimps of there... Read morePublished on 18 Sept. 2000