This is the list of the anime I've seen entirely. It's growing constantly since I watch a new anime every chance I get.

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Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound (movie 9) Excellent Zangya was smoking hot!
Appleseed: Ex Machina (movie) Excellent Yes it was produced by John Woo and he improvised some of the ideas of this movie, but that didn't mean it was awful to watch. Cause I found the story to this sequal to be satisfying in most ways.
Astro Boy (U.S. movie) Good While it does retain the robot civil rights which has always been the subject of all Astro Boy related stories. I felt this movie could of had some improvements, because I think the Imagi team were trying too hard in Americanizing it to resemble other average CGI movies in America. Some Astro Boy fan might be disappointed with it though.
Paranoia Agent (TV) Masterpiece What do you get if a highly acclaim director directs his own TV series. Well a TV series that completely stands out more than the ones on TV. Paranoia Agent is one amazing mystery/suspence anime. Sadly it was the only TV series that Satoshi Kon ever made. As he probably would of made another one.
Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan (movie 8) Good Vegeta & Goku appear to be not the only two surviving pure blood Saiyans.
Memories (movie) Excellent Three entirely unrelated segments done by the masters of other highly acclaimed anime including other segment anime.
Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion (movie) Good Those who were left hanging after watching Death & Rebirth will be glad to see a conclusion to what was left unfinished with what was considered the new ending for the TV series.
Megazone 23 Part II (OAV) Excellent Those who were disappointed with the ending of the first one will rejoice to see a sequal.
(The) Skull Man (TV) Good Those who have seen Cyborg 009, will recognize some of the characters who make a few appearances in this TV anime. However despite it having a complex mystery and some humor, it's a very morbid anime to watch. The origin of Black Ghost and some recognizable Cyborg 009 characters are one of the reasons why I cared about this anime in the first place.
(The) Galaxy Railways (TV) Very good This was the series that first got me into Leiji Matsumoto's works.
Fist of the North Star (live-action movie) So-so This tv movie makes the anime look weak. The sets are two dementional and doesn't at all feel like the entire earth is a waste land. Plus it bothers me how Gary Daniels speak with a British accent when Kenshiro had no such accent in the anime.
Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence (movie) Masterpiece This sequal focuses on Batou who was assigned to solve a case with Torugawa. The parade scene is one of the best scenes of the movie.
Tales of the Street Corner (movie) Very good This one's cool to watch it has all the elements of what you'd see from a "Midnight at the bookstore" related cartoon. While the animation looks like it was done by the UPA company from the 50s.
Doorbell (movie) Good This one is define with deja vu and experimental films.
Gatchaman (TV) Very good This is where the origin of Sentai shows came from. The characters are so appealing that there's atleast one character you'll likely to relate yourself to.
Lupin III: Voyage to Danger (special) Excellent This is when Lupin TV specials start to change what was previously done before. In this case a new director and art style which changes within the later tv specials until the 2001 TV special.
(The) Wonderful World of Puss 'N Boots (movie) Excellent This is the reason Toei has a cat for their mascot.
Dragon Ball Movie 3: Mystical Adventure Good This is the only Dragon Ball film to have a complete redo of most of the character's roles and backgrounds. But it's also a bit confusing for an alternate retelling.
Burst Angel: Infinity (OAV) Good This is an OAV that serves as a continuation of the back story of Meg & Jo. Including how Jo got her hair short in the first place. So in order to watch this you'd have to watch the entire tv series first.
Blue Gender (TV) Good This is a very underrated sci-fi horror series. Which is known for having a morbid and sexual themes combine. Keep in mind to not get to close to some characters in this series as there is a lot of death scenes.
Animal Treasure Island (movie) Excellent This anime version of Treasure Island may seem average, but the story and cast of characters is what made this movie so memorible. It's something kids would watch no matter what year it is.
Rune Soldier (TV) Excellent The women in this series are just wonderful to know, and it's plot makes it not your average medievil anime.
Lupin III: The Legend of the Gold of Babylon (movie) Decent The weakest Lupin anime theatical film ever. If it wasn't Lupin related I could care less about it.
Project A-Ko (movie) Excellent The two main characters are wonderful to know and love in this fan service and brawling movie.
Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine (TV) Excellent The TV series every Lupin fan wanted to see happen, and it's nothing like what we predicted it to be. Which is great cause it does something no other Lupin series accomplished before which is having the whole TV series focus on Fujiko and the art style be inspired by the original manga. Almost like what was done in Dead or Alive movie. If you love Michiko to Hatchin, then you'll love this series cause it was directed by the same director so it has some element you'll find from that show. This also shows off more of the talents of the new cast members for Fujiko, Goemon, & Zennigata as oppose to the 2011 TV sepcial. With the success of this TV series, it proves that Lupin III can be a great anime to watch if done correctly.
School Rumble Sangakki (OAV) Very good The true ending to School Rumble, except don't expect it to have the ending you'd expect to happen.
Lupin III: Angel Tactics (special) Very good The story's not perfect but has the best animation seen in any Lupin anime.
Clockwork Fighters Hiwou's War (TV) Decent The story is ok, but those who hate whinning kid characters will be tortured by the ones in this anime.
Cencoroll (movie) Excellent The shapeshifting characters and story are so great, that you'll be asking for more.
Ashita no Joe (movie) Very good The Rocky of anime, Joe is also a struggling underdog boxer trying to get to the top of Japanese Boxing. A really well done story with some interesting secondary characters.
Second Renaissance (OAV) Very good The prequal to how the virtual reality took over the earth as seen in the Matrix.
City Hunter (live-action movie) Good The only time you'll ever see Jackie Chan cosplaying as Street Fighter characters.
Dragon Ball Z: Plan to Destroy the Saiyajin (OAV) Good The only OAV that was derived from a video game and unlikely to ever be released in America. It's worth checking out if you desire to see all of the Dragon Ball animes.
On Your Mark (movie) Excellent The music video is so amazing, you'd want to wish that you can be in that world. That's what happens when they hired Miyazaki to direct this music video anime.
Lupin III: Island of Assassins (special) Good The most violent Lupin anime ever made. Worth checking out, except the story might not be for everyone's appeal.
Gunsmith Cats (OAV) Excellent The main heroines are so cute that I can't see any reason to hate this OAV.
Lupin the 3rd: From Siberia with Love (special) Excellent The last Lupin TV special that shares the same art style as it's predesscors. The story for this one makes the previous one look less appealing.
Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon (movie 13) Excellent The last and best one of all the DBZ movies.
Aeon Flux (U.S. TV) Very good The heroine is cool, and the world she lives in is a cross between 1984 and THX 1138. I like the idea of how you can watch any episode in any order and not feel confuse at all. However there were moments where the weirdness got more weird than nessacary.
One Piece (TV) Masterpiece The greatest pirate anime out there.
Dragon Ball Z: The History Of Trunks (special) Good The full story of the alternate future that never was.
Lupin III: Crisis in Tokyo (special) Excellent The first, if not the only Lupin TV special with Zenigata as the center of the attention.
Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles (U.S. OAV) Excellent The first true sequal to the tv series, and I love it! It's a type of movie I'll watch from time to time.
Momotaro, Sacred Sailors (movie) Excellent The first true full length anime film that is also the last WW2 anime made during WW2. Like the first one this one also portrays the Americans as idiots only this time we actually see the American speak more than they did for the first one. The climax is the best part of this film along with the construction of a Japanese tropical base.
Lupin III: The Fuma Conspiracy (movie) Excellent The first OAV of it's kind. Fuma Conspiracy was always a Lupin of a different color when it didn't use anyone from the original cast due to it being a low budget OAV.
Dragon Ball Movie 1: Curse of the Blood Rubies Good The first movie isn't much, but watching it uncut is way better than the censored version.
One Piece: Dead End (movie 4) Excellent The first great One Piece movie, that makes the previous three look like second choice movies.
Fullmetal Alchemist (TV) Excellent The first Funimation anime I got into. Plus the plot is really addictive to get into where it'll change what you think of alchemy for life.
Batman: Gotham Knight (movie) Excellent The first Batman anime of any kind. My favorite favorite thing about this movie is that the "Man in Black" is the only villian in this movie to not originate from the comics. Though he does have the striking appearance of Firefly.
Golgo 13: The Professional (movie) Masterpiece The first anime to include CGI.
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