Hikari Tomonaga (Suzu Hirose) enrolls at Fukui Chuo High School, and joins its cheer dance club for the sole reason of cheering on a boy she has known from their junior high days. However, ...
See full summary »
Hibiki is an awkward, 17-year-old high school sophomore who hasn't known romance. But she's about to fall in love for the very first time. With whom? A man who isn't great with words, but ... See full summary »
Teiichi dreams of one day being the ruler of his own empire, but to get there he needs to make sure that his candidate for class president at his elite high school wins the election. This ... See full summary »
Momo Adachi is a female high school student. She appears to be a wild girl due to her tan skin and dyed hair, but she is a actually naive and sweet student. Since her days in middle school,... See full summary »
Arata Kaizaki is 27 years-old and unemployed. He quit his prior job after working for the company for 3 months. Arata Kaizaki decides to take part in a research program "ReLIFE." He takes ... See full summary »
Twenty-somethings Hisashi and Mai are engaged. When suddenly Mai's heart stops and she falls into a coma all Hisashi can do is remain by her side, albeit without knowing whether she might ... See full summary »
Aoi and Riku, who have been friends since they were five years old, are part of a band with other students at the university they attend. Riku is known as being unflappable and "perfect" to... See full summary »
A high school girl with a terminal illness opts to make the most of her few remaining months, be cheerful and experience as much as possible before it is all too late. She has a crush on a ... See full summary »
Hikari Tomonaga (Suzu Hirose) enrolls at Fukui Chuo High School, and joins its cheer dance club for the sole reason of cheering on a boy she has known from their junior high days. However, the club's coach, female teacher Kaoru Saotome (Yuki Amami), is a harsh and no-nonsense task master who suddenly declares: "Our aim is to become U.S. champions! No fringes or boyfriends allowed!" As older students quickly quit the club, the presence of Hikari's teammate Ayano (Ayami Nakajo) encourages her to decide to stick with cheer dance for the time being. Will the club achieve their goal of becoming U.S. champions? These ordinary schoolgirls set off on a long journey toward making their dream a reality.Written by
First of all, I don't understand why every single Japanese in this film wants to come to America. Trump and the trigger happy have made it hard to believe.
Second, Miss Hell was not hellish at all. What? She argued twice in this film and spent the rest of it being disappointed or concerned. So ummm.. not a good film.
29 of 34 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this