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Okay, since no one has reviewed this titled as of yet I think I will go first.
A mysterious new transfer student who claims to be psychic, arrives and changes the lives of a group of students.Meanwhile, Kenji wants to confess his feelings for a girl he likes.
The movie was pretty interesting it wasn't just some typical teen romance drama or a school filled with kids with superpowers. But, rather a mixer of both.
The character were pretty interesting I especially find the love chemistry with Kenji and Natsuki very cute, I am not a romance guy but their bound with each in the movie makes you want them to be with each other.
Animation and art style was very interesting and it holds pretty well with the graphics.
The voice cast was pretty good but my only fault with the dub was in flashbacks while Amy did a decent job as young Kenji since Graham likelyhood finds it hard to voice a kid, Cassandra Morris sounded very jarring when she did Natsuki as a child but fitted here present day form very well. In my opinion they should have used children to voice in those flashbacks since they used children the japanese. But other then that it was a solded dub.
I have no idea why it has got only 5.9 on IMDB I think it should get higher.
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