Charlie Gordon is mentally handicapped and all he wants in life is to be a genius. When he gets picked for experimental surgery it looks like his dream may finally come true. But the ... See full summary »
"From Five to Nine" is a romantic comedy drama. It is a story of girl who works as an English teacher and dreams of moving to New York, but unexpectedly, she encounters a handsome monk, and the story begins.
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 »
Michiko Shibata, A 30-year-old woman who has no job, no money, no boyfriend starts working for her former boss (Who she thinks is her arch nemesis) in a café until she settles in once more. But after spending a long time with her former boss she falls in love with him.
Hotaru and her manager Seiichi work together, by coincidence live together and soon fall for each other. In the way though is two seasons of drama, romance, propriety, overseas assignments and friends and colleagues.
If it can be treated one second earlier, the heart might start beating again. If there is one extra helicopter, another life in danger may be saved. If one more life can be saved, the ... See full summary »
Algernon Ni Hanataba O is a drama with a touching story. The first part was really good and the main character was lovable. That part made you want to watch more, to see where the story was headed. The second part, however, was kind of boring. The plot fell in the cliche romance trap and most of the twists were predictable. At least, the ending was realistic and, for me at least, it suited the drama and brought the story back on track. The performances, moreover, where exeptional. So, six out of ten, because the second part was not as good as the first part and the romance was a bit off.
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