A Kid being Inexplicably Bullied for no reason? Honestly that is Believable to me as I suffered as such for years.
Yes, but narratively it doesn't make sense. In a story where a plotpoint hinges on such a detail, you need to legitimize it. As in the episode, it's literally they come up to the little kid after just passing by the kid and set themselves on him. And then Gunmajin comes in, they are no longer relevant to anything, nor were they relevant in the first place to begin with; only there to pad out the episode and not for any realistic sake.
If anything, such a misuse of that kind of plot is even more disrespectful to your situation. I too was in that situation, but there are times when realities, both personal or otherwise, do not fit the purposes of the narrative.
Uh, didn't expect a dbza reference, but with gunMAJIN, it does make sense. Anywho this show is pretty bad, I don't blame it on the writers, it it's still pretty bad. Though trust me, it somehow is better than fiveman, at least this show didn't put me to sleep
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Thanks for the review, Merry Christmas.
(edited due to errors and lack of completion)I had heard that Tamao Sato was such a dismissive diva behind-the-scenes, but the fact that it bit her so hard in the ass is news to me. Considering that, yeah, I was also surprised to learn she was brought back for Gokaiger. Actually, not long after Ohranger, she was the narrator for the Japanese version of the Pikachu short accompanying Revelation Lugia. Meaning, she was able to revive her career to a certain extent...and ideally, she learned her lesson. Which is more than what could be said of Toei, as you said, and what can be said of most companies that take the wrong message out of trying to find what appeals to audiences *cough*R-ratedheromovies*cough*MMPRnostalgia*cough*.
This has got to be the worst Deus Ex Machina no jutsu until Power Rangers Super Mega Force.