Chance Pop Session Complete Collection DVD Thinpak
About Chance Pop Session Complete Collection DVD Thinpak
This Chance Pop Session Complete Collection contains all 13 episodes.
Three young girls, strangers to each other, share an instinctual passion and talent for music. Brought together from distinctly different worlds, they meet by chance at the concert of their idol. The concert strikes a chord in each of their hearts and unites them with a common dream of stardom.
The girls each enroll in the same music school and are brought together again in a special class for exceptional talent. As their voices come together in harmony, the girls realize that they share more than just a passion for song. A mysterious blue stone, a hauntingly beautiful melody... What do these traces of the past have to do with the uncertain future of this gifted trio?
Spoken Languages: English, Japanese, English subtitles.
- Publisher: SECTION23 FILMS
- Media: DVD
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Drama
- Age Rating: 13+
- Run Time: 325
- Release Date: 8/8/2006
- Dimensional Weight: 0.55
- Region Code: 1
Ratings & Reviews
i bought this one a long time ago. this one was a lot of fun and i watch it to this day. The story is a little to predictable. but it was still entertaining. I was very happy to hear some voices for the English characters. I think Hilary Haag is one of the voices ( from such anima's as Full metal Panic..... gods this girl has been in so many i cant remember them all with out my brain blowing up) was one cant remember with out pulling it out of storage. lol i think i might just have to know 8. any way i was very surprised when this came out and i bought it and the original Japanese music was still used with the dubbed version. That made me like it even more. Best idea those guys did for the series.
so i would have to say that the music also made the series for me. I really enjoyed it a lot.
A Fun Ride For Anyone Looking To Unwind A Bit
by Joseph A -
This is a sweet anime with a simple story that works. However, I am going to avoid going into details about the story itself and instead rate its elements.
Art - 3.5
This series felt very 90's in delivery, using basic designs and early CGI. That being said, the later episodes, particularly music videos and dream sequences were better.
Characters - 3
The main characters are likable enough, but while fun they don't impact you. The good characters are understanding and supportive, while bad characters have darker designs and are petty as hell. If it wasn't for a few twists this grade would be lower.
Well that and the dog. The dog kills it.
Plot - 3.5
It's a focused attempt to capture idols efforts to win with a subplot to keep things interesting. That being said, despite the use of clichés and heavy handed foreshadowing, you do get drawn into it.
I hope I am not coming off as too harsh. I enjoyed the experience, but if you have the option get the cheaper edition. Have fun!
See it if you dare on basic plot with extra details on character developing
by BarrioSavage -
I am just reviewing 4 starts because it was complicated looking after this one.
Package is modest and good looking, and it seems all the contents are well preserved.
I saw this one a bit years ago, and I can sure say that its good, sweet but, if you want something else, you will get disapointed. But care of story plot details is what is worth it.