The Diamond Dust Rebellion is still my kegemaran so far. Great animation, it has an awesome story, an I Cinta that it had so many of the Bleach characters in it that anda wouldn't normally expect in a movie version, its almost like everybody got to be apart of something really cool.
My kegemaran movie was probably the Diamond Dust Rebellion, as it had a lot of background information on Toshiro, which was cool. My kegemaran episode is 308/309 - gin dying, then Ichigo menunjukkan Aizen who was lebih powerful. (Don't get me wrong, gin dying was sad, but I still liked the inherent sadness in the ep)
Bleach episode 327 won my favor. Seeing arguably the fastest and strongest (in terms of muscle) captains duke it out in an epic duel of honor made my day. My kegemaran movie was Fade to Black because the sequence of events kept me interested and amused.
Memories of Nodody... touching, stirring, curious, and was as quirky as it was intense. I felt closer to characters than I had in a while, and so therefore, it maintains a special place in rank for me.
(I have not seen all Bleach Filem after that yet)
I like the episodes of Renji and Rukia's history episode 16, was pretty interesting to me, too. I liked seeing how and where they grew up, how and why their bond formed and then how it grew. There was some history of Byakuya in there, around this as well. I just really liked it.
I would go with Bleach: Diamond Dust Rebellion because 1) the animasi is aawesome 2)the stories mainly focuses on Toshirou *favorite character :3* 3) and lastly just the battle at the end *sorry spoiler* is so awesome :D so yep and theres no possible way i could choose a kegemaran episode out of all those amazing episodes :D
My movie would be Memories of nobody because I found it really funny when Kenpatchi was fighting and turned solid. I was like 'You got what was coming. As for episode so far(haven't gotten that far in the series)....episode 6 I believe when Kon comes in. I laughed when he looked up rukiz's skirt!