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The Last Love Song on This Little Planet (2005)

Saishû heiki kanojo (original title)
Quiet, introverted high school girl Chise, who is madly in love with Shuji, a confident, arrogant athlete. They both go to the same high school in Hokkaido, but it takes Chise all of her ... See full summary »

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Robert Baldwin
Masatô Ibu
Shihori Kanjiya ...
Akemi
Takuji Kawakubo
Ryô Kimura ...
Atsushi
Shunsuke Kubozuka ...
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Chise
Kenji Motomiya ...
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Satoshi Nikaido
Miki Sakai
Kiyohiko Shibukawa
Kanji Tsuda
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Quiet, introverted high school girl Chise, who is madly in love with Shuji, a confident, arrogant athlete. They both go to the same high school in Hokkaido, but it takes Chise all of her courage to tell Shuji about her feelings for him. The two hit it off and form a strong, loving bond, which only intensifies when war breaks out in Japan. But Chise has a secret, one so dark, so terrible that it may threaten not only her relationship with Shuji, but also her life, his life and the future of the entire country. For Chise is no ordinary girl, she is the ultimate weapon of mass destruction, a genetically engineered cyborg built specifically for military use - and when she goes into battle she strikes fear in everyone around her, including her own troops. Written by Anon

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Ai shiteiru kara, hito de irareru (I am in love, so I can remain as human)

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Action | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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28 January 2006 (Japan)  »

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Saikano - Tagebuch der Liebe  »

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Remake of Saishû heiki kanojo (2002) See more »

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not as good as anime or manga
24 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have to agree that this movie wasn't that good, especially if you saw the anime or read the manga. I was looking forward to this movie, I think they should of stayed more true to the anime/manga. The personalities of the characters were altered, Chise who is supposed to be clumsy wasn't really portrayed that way, Shuji who is honest and upfront even if it means being harsh was portrayed differently, Akemi who is supposed to be a loud mouthed tomboy was different in this movie and they didn't really develop the relationships of the characters like they should have. I agree that if you are a fan of the series or manga watch the movie just for the sake of completing the series but this isn't a good place to start if you haven't seen or read saikano yet, as it may alter your take of a very good anime/manga.


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