I would probably read it, but I'm certainly not at a lack of activities for my free time currently. I'm not sure about Perfect Blue or Paprika because I just don't do horror very well, but Tokyo Godfathers is on the list for sure. If I picked just one, I would say The Night is Short, Walk on Girl, for a variety of reasons. Of the three, it's the one with the least anime appeal - in that it's less an anime film and more an animated film. Which is to say it relies less on established anime tropes and plot points, if that makes sense? Just as a film, it's also the most narratively and visually fascinating of the bunch, though that may come to no surprise since it's both an adaption of a book by the same author as The Tatami Galaxy and directed by the same individual as The Tatami Galaxy. Granted, I can't recall if you watched The Tatami Galaxy and if you liked it or not. If you didn't, then maybe not that one, since it's definitely similar in a lot of ways. In that case, Penguin Highway is just a good anime film with sci-fi elements, a story that weaves both spiritual and scientific themes, and an overall fun story and cast of characters. All of this is wrapped up in some really top notch visuals and animation. Aah, gotcha. I probably haven't heard the obvious ones though as I'm not really in communication streams that talk about non-anime TV series.