To those of you out there who never could say "I love you" — This story is about ordinary highschoolers and how love makes them fired up, shaken, laugh, cry, and hurt. Whether things go well or not, this story of adolescence and romance will show you how they spend their precious youth. Every character is the main character here, and you're sure to find one you can sympathize with.
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MY 1ST REVIEW :D MIGHT BE SOME SPOILERS ACTUAL REVIEW STARTS FROM 2nd PARAGRAPH . READ THE 1st PARAGRAPH IF YOU LIKE :) SOME LAME WORDS :) Tired of watching those 10 hours long romance anime where romance never happens . Tired of all that ,senpai we made a promise when we were kids and our senpai has some amnesia and he never remembers . Tired of someone coming right into the room when our couple is just about to kiss in the last freaking episode after whole day of waiting . Tired of those rushed,lame and filler endings . well fear not because this anime is here . ACTUAL REVIEW So the story is about 4 or 5 different couples and the romantic interactions between them . Every episode has like 3 to 4 differet parts going through each couple randomly. Every couple is unique and share different kind of story . All the couples are in same school but thier stories dont collide with each other , so basically it straight up girlxboy romance anime no love triangle not that much of drama either . Anyways this anime is unique and adorable . Every character is good and I personally liked all the couples . Animation is good , simple just the way for a light hearted anime . Opening is good . Overall this anime is worth watching . If you are sucker for romance just like me :) and watch everything as long as it has romance in it , trust me you will love it . the only bad thing about this is its way too short , its not that the ending is lame or anything its just that you want to see more of those lovey dovey couples :D . Each episode is like 13 min long with total of 12 episodes so ya if you love short anime definately watch this it wont disappoint you . I hope everyone that is reading this is having a really good day. And if you are not, just know that in every new minute that passes you have an opportunity to change that. (copypasted lul :P) HAVE AN AWESOME LIFE :) BYEBYE :D
I'M SORRY!! But I cannot be the only one who genuinely did not like this anime. I am usually a sucker for romance anime no matter how cliche and tacky. No matter the predictable plots and overused tropes. But jesus was this a compilation of the worst things in romance anime. Constant misunderstanding no matter how obvious, obvious comunication problems and that's only naming a few. I do love myself some short and sweet animes to season your day. But man so many of these plot lines were so useless. I couldn't even tell you the name of one character. And the other plot lines (couples) moved to slow to function and care. Like you'd spend so long watching other couples progress and than you come back to a couple you haven't seen in a while and they haven't progressed in the slightest and to make it worse the little screen time they get is just repeating the issue with no progress gained. All for what? A rushed ending that isn't satisfactory at all. Don't get me wrong I liked maybe 1 or 2 couples but jesus not enough to put myself through this again. I know I know what were you expecting from such a short romance anime with so many couples and characters to cover. You shouldn't approach this anime expecting depth and relief. You should watch it when you have time to waste and even than that's still a stretch. (I sound super mean and I have nothing against the anime or the fans. Just thought it wasn't that good.)
Tsurezure Children is a brilliant, heartfelt high school romance dramedy that’s been run through a dicer and given to us in sweet little snack-sized morsels. And, like all snack-sized morsels, one just isn’t enough. And also you need a scorecard to keep up. Hm? Oh, right—that last bit isn’t at all like snack-sized morsels. But it is very Tsurezure Children. For a short anime built on a series of two-minute “meet cute” moments (and, usually, the weeks that follow), the cast is stupidly big. Which, at first, is a downer, because it seems like the show will be nothing but a series of new couples doing slight variations on that “meet cute” theme. But then you notice that, eventually, couples you’ve already met come back and make some kind of progress—you think. You’re not sure. Because there are 900 characters, in the first three episodes, and only a few of them have distinct enough features (physical or otherwise) to make them look memorable. But it’s these few memorable characters (who you will give nicknames because you can’t remember 900 different names) who, ultimately, do appear with fair regularity—seemingly because the show (mostly) knows who you’re going to love watching week to week—and who, in so doing, excitedly keep you coming back. (…and wishing the show was a little more traditional in its structure. Because, later in the series, the individual vignettes become steadily more intertwined, and it is fantastic.) Whether it’s Oblivious-chan & Friendzone or Straight-Arrow & Delinquent or Class Reps: Green + Red! (I told you you wouldn’t remember their names), each pair is distinct and fleshed out and believable—and, of course, intensely adorable in their own special ways. The surprise, of course, is the depth to the show, which, because each episode is so short (and then further subdivided within), sneaks up on you as the stories progress—and, in some cases, progress to a climactic, emotional, decent stopping point. For others…well, I have to imagine there’s a second season on the horizon. And by “imagine” I mean “hope desperately,” because one, frankly, just isn’t enough.
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