Ao Haru Ride (Review)

Yoshioka Futaba has a few reasons why she wants to “reset” her image & life as a new high school student. Because she’s cute, she was ostracized by her female friends in junior high, and because of a misunderstanding, she couldn’t get her feeling across to the one boy she has ever liked, Tanaka-kun.

Now in high school, she is determined to be as unladylike as possible so that her friends won’t be jealous of her. While living her life this way contentedly, she meets Tanaka-kun again, but he now goes under the name of Mabuchi Kou. He tells her that he felt the same way as she did when they were younger, but now things can never be the same again. Will Futaba be able to continue her love that never even started from three years ago?

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Alright let’s get this review party started. Just kidding. Okay now this a romance anime if you haven’t guessed yet. It’s rather adorable and cute. The story was pretty good. Actually my first AMV was based off this anime. Although back then I only had Windows Movie Maker. It’s only good for some things but crappy for AMVs. That was during the time 5 Seconds of Summer was hot lol. Which was gosh a few years ago. Back to the review. Okay I admit I like fantasy, action and a little romance. Alright you got me I like a lot of romance, but not to the point where it’s overkill. Sorry, but when things switch from being cool and awesome, to overkill it kills things for me. Lucky for you this anime was so cute and I really recommend it. It was so amazing to see these characters work together to overcome things in their past. Then at the end they get together if you haven’t figured it out.

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