Aoi lives in an apartment by herself. Shusei moves in next to Aoi's apartment. Shusei is a very popular student. Due to a mistake, Aoi makes the sprinkler go off in his room. Until his room is fixed, he stays with Aoi.
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Sakurai Misaki is a patissier who dreams of having her own business in the future and has prioritized work to the extent that she has forgotten how to kiss. But one day, she is suddenly ... See full summary »
Based on the manga with the same name, the story follows Yu Akabane who is moved to the dormitory following her father's transfer for work. While she is excited to be living in the same ... See full summary »
About one gloomy girl named Mei who injures the most popular male student named Yamato. Somehow, Yamato likes Mei and one day, Yamato saves Mei from a stalker by kissing her. From that kiss, their love story begins.
Ninako confesses her love to Ren. But get rejected because he is already have a girlfriend. They promise to stay as a friend. Some other guy confess their love to her but she rejects them. Is it because she still wants to be with Ren?
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If only the comedy feel remains stable throughout the movie
The comedy aspect is strong in the first 30 minutes of the movie, it deserve 10/10 even. Extremely funny and unexpected, refreshing, at first you may think "Hey, it's really worth watching." Pity it turns out into a boring high-school love drama. I watched the movie until the credits roll, hoped that there would be some plot twist or unexpected comedy scene, but nothing more than vanilla romantic scenes. From all characters, I like Nakajima very much; her "I-don't-give-a-damn" attitude win me. The 'illogical' thing is how she don't seem really mind that Hatori keeps calling her 'stupid' over and over. Nakajima looks like a smart girl, instead.
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