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Earlier in the week I had finished up Arakawa Under the Bridge and Attack on Titan, and although there are plenty of good/new anime that I could watch, Netflix flashed some shiny nostalgia at me. Digimon Adventure!
I was attracted to it like a moth to a flame.
I was 10 when Digimon started airing in North America. I remember seeing all sorts of previews for it, and asking my mom if we could tape it (knowing that we wouldn't be around to watch it live). I think my parents still have that first episode on VHS somewhere in their basement.
Now I know that I shouldn't expect anything I enjoyed as a child to hold up when I'm an adult, but I still like DragonBall Z, right?
Hardly anything in the first season of Digimon Adventure even makes sense. I'm so disappointed.
So my question is: Are there any shows/movies from your past (not even necessarily your childhood), that you remember as amazing, but you realize are pretty bad after returning to them later?
If you don't want to talk about this, then feel free to talk about anything else!