Nice Guy Keiichi is doing his best as a poor student at a tech college, but his good nature is taken advantage of relentlessly. One day he is attempting to order a pizza over the phone (...
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While the Goddesses hold the CD that can trap her in Limbo, First Class Demon Marller finds a human to make a deal with, letting her defeat the Goddesses and fulfill her mission on Earth at the same ...
Nice Guy Keiichi is doing his best as a poor student at a tech college, but his good nature is taken advantage of relentlessly. One day he is attempting to order a pizza over the phone (being stuck at the dorm to take messages for upperclassmen) and by fate reaches the Goddess Help Line. Before he knows it he is presented with a real live goddess named Belldandy who will grant him one and only one wish. Still suspecting he is the butt of an elaborate joke, he wishes for her to be by his side forever. His wish is granted! It would seem his luck has changed, but he finds out that having a goddess is no way to avoid trouble.Written by
Ah My Goddess Fans consider the Fighting Wings Anniversary Special and the three OADs released in 2011 to be a stand-in for the third season that never quite happened after the show went on hiatus. An unofficial third season, that chronologically takes place after the end of the Manga, was made in the form of a bootleg video comic titled Ah! My Goddess: Bad Goddess in 2017 without the consent of Kodansha or Kosuke Fujishima and released on various internet sites, such as YouTube, for the Ah My Goddess Internet Community. The context of that season is it was intended as a Storyboarded Practical Joke Pitch made by an intern at a Public Access Station who was suffering a nervous breakdown due to bi-polar disorder and sleep deprivation. The joke premise is that it's so tongue in cheek, outspoken, and terrible, that it could never conceivably be greenlighted for production, unless that producer was insane and didn't care about his future career. It's also a psychological allegory film. See more »
In Episode 1.1, Keiichi is told to get a phone call for one of his dorm mates at exactly 7:00PM. The entire second half of the episode focuses on him getting home to receive the call. At precisely 8:00PM [as shown by the clock on his table] he picks up the phone to contact his dorm mate about the call, and accidentally calls the Goddess Hotline. It is very clearly shown he does this at 8:00PM. In Episode 1.2, during the sequence where Belldandy talks to the electronics in Keiichi's room, the LCD clock on the Betamax player reads 7:30PM. See more »
Didn't see the Anime or Manga. Decided to watch the movie instead. At first it gets a bit confusing because you don't know the background but you quickly catch up. It truly is a romantic action filled with love story that has the power to touch your heart and wish for true love or a lower just like our Goddess. I did love the concept of having Goddesses helping you out, alas it's true only in the Anime.
Overall, it was pretty great. I enjoyed it fully, I was close to tears at some point but held it together. I just wish I could find someone that I could love unconditionally as well.
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