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Kimagure Orange Road OVAs + Movie Blu-ray

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SKU: 875707840026

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About Kimagure Orange Road OVAs + Movie Blu-ray

Kimagure Orange Road OVAs + Movie Blu-ray Contains all eight original OVA episodes and the first movie, Kimagure Orange Road: I Want to Return to That Day.

Kyosuke Kasuga has learned the hard way that being a high school kid with psychic powers isn't all it's cracked up to be, especially when you're trying to hide your abilities and juggle the affections of two girls! Follow Kyosuke, Madoka, and Hikaru as they navigate the complexities of young love and supernatural curses,with often humorous (and awkward) results.

From body swapping hijinx to vacations gone awry, Kyosuke can't help but get himself into trouble. But high school can't last forever. With college on the horizon, Kyosuke must make some hard decisions... even if it means breaking someone's heart in the process.

Details

  • Publisher: DISCOTEK
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Themes: School Life, Supernatural
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Run Time: 340
  • Year Created: 1988
  • Release Date: 8/27/2019
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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5 star rating out of 5

The Movie concludes the KOR TV series

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For those who want to complete the KOR TV series, you must know the KOR Movie was originally released theatrically in Japan (back in the day) to conclude the TV series. So the KOR movie is a must have for this reason alone.
The OAV's are an improved animation quality from the TV series, but the OAV's aren't in chronological order here, as I own the old KOR comic books or manga books.
In my subjective opinion, the ideal chronological order to watch the OAV's are in-between episode 34 to episode 46 of the KOR TV series. Then, watch the final 2-part storyline in episodes 47 & 48 in which the 'promise of six years ago' will make more sense. Finally, watch the KOR movie "I Want To Return To That Day" to conclude the series...or not.

Yes, there was another movie released years later titled "KOR: Summer's Beginning" but have no news if this company owns the rights to this anime for a Blu-ray release as yet.

Enjoy!

4 star rating out of 5

I was not prepared for it to end

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This second set completes the KOR collection by adding in some additional episodes (the OVAs) and a big movie to bring the whole story to a nice conclusion.

The thing is, while the series is a ridiculous science-fiction paranormal rom-com, the movie dumps all of that for realism. This is the end of a love triangle, and while the series neatly sidestepped any messy confrontations, this movie leans hard into it. It's emotional whiplash, and a bit raw. And the "power" can't spare anybody's feelings this time. You've been warned. Also, not every character gets a conclusion in the movie. Really only the main 3.

The OVAs feel just like regular episodes. They're fine.

The only negative here is just how little content you're getting for the price, especially compared to the first set's 48 episodes.