Thursday, March 31, 2011

Review: Season 2 of Kimi ni Todoke

I like the way the creators explore the characters' feelings. They really captured the essence of first love, and the whole awkwardness of it. I admit, it's a typical boy loves girl, girl loves boy and they fall in love kind of story, but I think that the difference between this anime and those out there is the innocence that was portrayed. Sad to say, but many of the romance stories end up with more explicit scenes that I rather do without, and this anime series is atypical.

The comedy scenes are awesome, and they were injected at the right place. With the right combination of comedy and serious/thoughtful scenes, it just captured my attention all the way to the last episode, and left me wanting more. It's no wonder that a life movie has came out in Japan, and on DVD.

Now, if only I can get my hands on the DvD....

And Haruma is in the movie too, acting as Kazehaya. He seems to be very popular in the Japanese dramas recently. I hope it's as good as the anime....

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