Mesmerizing Meek Moments: Say “I love you” anime review

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Introduction

Tachibana Mei has had no boyfriend and couldn’t even make friends until one day she injures Kurosawa Yamato, the most popular boy in school, and for some reason Yamato takes interest in her. Mei will undergo the pains and pleasure of leaving the safety of her solitude.  It seems that he takes a liking to her and one-sidedly claims that they’re friends. Furthermore, he not only protects Mei from a stalker, but does so with a kiss…?!!

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Review

This anime was probably one of the more brutally honest ones I have seen in awhile. With both protagonists making mistakes along the way, they learn from these and manage to salvage a train wreck into a very interesting journey of young love. The animation is better than most but not to my taste, as more often than not everyone just seemed to be tall and slender with a rather small margin of varying sizes. The characters were so easy to relate with that the actual character fades away. All supporting roles seemed to have better impact than any of that between the protagonists. Sound and music was washed out so nothing too impressive. Lastly the story was nothing original and was quite dull, but should you ever be in the mood for some clumsy puppy love slice of life anime this can be one of them.

This anime barely speaks up and gets a 2 and half Dashes of Battle out of 5

2.5/5

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