Rosegirl18's Honey and Clover Tv Review

Honey and Clover

Rated: 8

The true genius within Honey & Clover would be the way it is presented. I found myself to be very impressed with the direction, as no episode is boring, despite the simple plot.

A series such as Honey & Clover could have very easily turned into a boring drone of an anime, but the subtle bursts of humor as well as the realistic evolution of the characters make Honey & Clover a very enjoyable watch.

I recommend this series for its drama and purity. Its dialogue will pierce your heart by the way it delves into the very core of growing up and the emotions that surround it.

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Kori's Honey and Clover Tv Review

Honey and Clover

Rated: 10

Honey & Clover II is a must for those who have seen the first season as it doesn't cover it all, especially when it comes to Morita's character. Much that is left unexplained in the first season is explain in the second. And also, this season gives a final closure to the anime and it ends just wonderfully, in my opinion. It left me breathless, and even though I wouldn't mind seeing more, I feel satisfied with what it has given me.

Honey & Clover is a realistic anime, covering and discussing many topics that will cross a lot of people's paths. Deep and emotional, it speaks of friendship, joy, sadness, love, determination, decisions and much much more.

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Cal-reflector's Honey and Clover Tv Review

Honey and Clover

Rated: 10

A quick glance at this forums quickly reveals one common factor: Practically all posts regarding the show are remarkably well-thought out, which speaks much for the show's thought-provoking effect on its more mature intended audience. Much of the story is advanced by subtle body language and expressions, and the absence of dialogue only makes the viewer more acutely attentive towards each character's action and words, scrutizing for deeper meanings; the indirect characterization was simply sublime.

The story is told from a variety of perspectives, with overall narration done by the main character Takemoto. This introspective view allows the viewer to connect intimately with the characters and their experinces with one another.

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Yieloon's Honey and Clover Tv Review

Honey and Clover

Rated: 9

Honey and Clover is one of the more low profile show of 2005. I hardly heard any hype or rave about it. Luckily i randomly stumble upon it on IRC and I watch all of it under a week. This is one of the best show of 2005. It is well presented and after watching it I really started to think about my own life. The humour is well presented. I found myself laughing almost as much as when i watch Azumanga Daioh or School Rumble. Show like Honey and Clover come once in a blue moon. It might seen bland from the screenshots or synopsis but its content and concepts are great. There is drama in it and on the same time it is also a comedy, it switches between them so easily that you would not even notice it. It is one of the most original anime I ever watch.

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Lelei's Honey and Clover Tv Review

Honey and Clover

Rated: 8

As much as I rave about the originality of the series, there are points where it comes out a bit dry. Until one who you might consider to be the "main" character, Takemoto, does a bit of "growing up", his storylines are often frustrating and not exactly... entertaining. By volume seven I would say the storyline has properly evolved and matured, but, taking the anime into consideration, which ends right as Takemoto completes that journey of maturity, I'd have to say that the progression will probably be too slow to keep most viewers interested. The other storylines however have a great balance of humor and serious moments (honestly, I'm more tempted to call it a comedy than a romance).

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