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Joined:  16 Jan 2008
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Sahbiot's drama votes (2)
My Boss, My Hero [マイボスマイヒロ]
One vote from me! Definately one of the greatest highschool comedy dramas ever made. Credit goes to lead actor Nagase Tomoya for really taking the character to the limits of imagination.
Utahime [歌姫]
One of the best comedy/romance/feelgood jdorama I've seen, definately worth watching. This series will appeal to all ages, and has an ending that I truly applaud. One of the few series that you will feel content with at the end.

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Sahbiot's dramas (1)
Utahime [歌姫]
Rating: 10/10 (Watched)
A must see! Nagase Tomoya who play Taro really did a wonderful job, in the end you really respect and admire his actions and choices through out his journey. Comedically he was hilarious, there were countless times when i would laugh out loud. I can honestly say he was perfect for that role. Aibu Saki who plays the adorable Suzu, you will surely fall in love with this character and really feel for her when she faces hardship. She looked great for her role, very kawaii, and had really good chemistry with Taro. The rest of the cast did great job as well, i think the entire cast deserves a lot of credit. The story is about memory loss, but has enough comedy and emotion in it to make it into an outstanding story. The ending was fanatistically satisfying which i find quite rare these days. Definately if you like a happy unpredictable ending this jdorama will satisfy your needs!

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