Also I just noticed you haven't logged on since like 2 weeks ago.
So you might not even read this. But whatevs.
Psycho-pass was okay. Like everything, like I said before, was a very good repolishing of a lot of motifs and themes done a lot in media but it had some strong characters.
However the ending was a pretty downer. I felt that the death of Makishima came short of what I expected with respect to closure on his relationship with Akane, especially after killing her friend, and didn't really explore as to why Kougami was so goddamn obsessed with him (other than the whole "their destinies were interwined" and "he killed my friend" and on that subject, I thought his friendship with the enforcer would play a more prominent role than "oh he killed him, there's your motivation GO").
Finally, Sybiel's final conversation with Akane wasn't very strong nor did it bring any sort of closure. It was basically Akane trying to make some powerful statement saying that the system will grow obsolete in the future and someone will stop it and yet, she herself knows how much society and public order depends on the system, and will most likely live as a pawn for the rest of her days; it would have made a lot more sense if it came from someone like Kougami who lived beyond the bounds of society and law and doesn't compromise his ideals than her. I thought it was a pretty big cop out on the end of the writers who had run out of episodes.
Ironically, the final scene introduces the new inspector, coming around in a full circle from the beginning. Much like the two circles before them, with an inspector (1st Kougami, 2nd Ginoza) becoming Enforcers, the Sybiel system still reigned over the populace. I find it pretty fucking hilarious that the scene before that had Akane proclaiming that Sybiel will fall to someone, and yet, as the clock turns and as characters rise and fall, what is will probably remain the same.