Quick Impression: I guess this episode just turned out a lot better than the previous one. And this actually had something good in it, Sakai Wakana’s story which I’ve been itching to find out ever since the principal accepted their club form. In an overall look on this episode, I’m not entirely sure if I’ll look at this series positively and actually hope for things to get better for me. Although it seems that Tari Tari has actually pleased a number of anime fans out there and sadly I’m not one of them. BUT either way, I’ll still continue to watch this series and see what’ll happen next… for more of my impression, click here.
Quick Impression: Comparing how much I like this episode from the previous one I’m definitely going with this episode. With the full feature of the five main characters here, I’m looking forward to further development on them. Seeing Wakana finally get full involvement with them would also be something I’m looking forward to. And probably more of that funny Wien moments :3 For more of my impression, click here.
Quick Impression: As of this episode, Tari Tari hasn’t done anything astounding to make me actually love this series. Sure the music has gotten a lot better – the piano will always take my attention – but the story haven’t gotten much interesting. I’d say that it got a little disappointing from what I’m looking forward to in this series. BUT I’m still expecting more since this is just the second episode. Hopefully the following episodes will be a little bit more interesting. For more of my impression, click here.
Quick Impression: From the many anime out there, Tari Tari simply goes with a typical plot. In a quick overview of where the series will probably go, it’s about the ‘new’ choir club (or whatever it was supposed to be called) that will bring the five main characters together. This first episode generally gives off a background of everybody and has clearly stated where the 13 episodes of the series will go around. There aren’t any particularly interesting scenes in this episode yet but I’m still looking forward for some improvements on the following episodes.
Looking clearly on this episode of Tari Tari, it had made its role very well as an opening episode. It had introduced the characters in a quick but somehow pretty memorable way. At the same time, the main plot of the series has also been clearly stated. The music part of the series hasn’t made much impact but I’m pretty sure that it’ll improve throughout the series(: For more of my impression, click here.
Quick Impression: With how Sakamichi no Apollon had been going in the past couple of episodes, I wouldn’t say that this one came in different because it isn’t entirely different except for the fact that this is the concluding episode. As I always say, Sakamichi no Apollon had been going pretty fast. When the episode started, I think that it opened with a already a year or a few months after Sentarou had gone missing. AND by the second half of the episode, 8yrs had already gone by. I know, it’s pretty sad. In one word, I’m pretty sure everyone has the same thing in mind. This episode is rushed. Really rushed.
Quick Impression: With one more episode to go, I have no idea how this story will wrap up but I have to admit that I was pretty disappointed how things just turned out this episode. Like I said, it was rather fast paced compared to the previous ones but it’s no doubt that it moved me really well. I thought that Sentarou’s issues with his father will be the final drama this series will go through but it seems that it was just a simple opening and an attempt to make everyone think of it that way. With the way this episode ended, I was pretty surprised with what happened, with what Sentarou did. For more of my impression, click here.
Quick Impression: Comparing how this episode turned out to the previews ones, this definitely had that pretty fast pace feel to it. A couple of things happened and I find that this series is taking a one problem at a time kind of thing. There’s no end to it and right now, I don’t know how this will end at all. I have that strange feeling at it won’t be that good but I’m still hoping. I don’t know how long this series will be but it’s definitely a one-cour, I think. As of now, I’m just hoping for the best and would like to see a pretty satisfying ending for this really good series. For more of my impression, click here.