Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi - Rock Forever|
Actors: Ami Onuki, Yumi Yoshimura, Grey DeLisle, Janice Kawaye, Keone Young
Director: Darrell Van Citters
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Kids & Family, Music Video & Concerts, Television, Animation
The band's about to take the stage and you've got a front row seat. Get ready to rock with Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi! This DVD contains 12 episodes from the hit TV show for girls.Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: CHILDREN/FAMILY Rating: ... more »
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Lighten up and have fun!!!
David Kennedy | 12/20/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This show is adventerous and fun, it's new and fresh. And first and foremost it's a cartoon show for cryin' out loud. The previous reviews are harsh and insultful. I find this show very funny and I, for one, adore their music. The above reviewers sound as if they are the same ones that would like cartoons like Tom & Jerry removed form the air for being 'too violent'. Hey everyone, it's great that opinions can be shared and expressed, and my opinion is this show rocks! I also love the girls' 'indie rock' sound. This show is a keeper, right up there with the likes of Billy & Mandy and Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends."
Reviewing Puffy Ami Yumi
Lei Lei | UK | 01/06/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"HiHi Puffy AmiYumi is a decent animated show. It has the fun attitude that most animated shows lack. The Puffy AmiYumi show is an animation that is based upon two Japanese Rock Stars known as Ami and Yumi along with their manager Kaz. They tour around the world in their tour bus, having different adventures in each episode. The rock band also bases the animation around their J-Rock style music which is known as Japanese Rock'N'Roll, Their music is very catchy and can also be enjoyable to listen too, the animation used in the show, places Ami and Yumi off as two cute best friends. They also use their friendship to help each other to acomplish various goals in each episode, which shows how strong a friendship can be. Thats the basic story of the animation.
This animation has a funny and carefree aspect meaning that any age group would be able to sit down and enjoy it. The show can also contain rude and spiteful comments which are harmless. Others say that the characters are rude,nieve and disrespectful. But you'll find that in 70% of animated shows that are shown at this present day a.k.a (Simpsons, Megas XLR etc)
This is my review on the HiHi Puffy AmiYumi Show, i hope it helped you. Thanks for reading!"
Fun and loveable show
J. Allen | Bremerton WA USA | 03/19/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"How could anybody not like this show? It's so cute and fun it makes me feel like a little kid inside and I'm 19 years old! haha, I seriously wished they had this show when I was 8 years old.
The animation is very nice thanks to the great artists, the storylines range anywhere from the girls being super heros to them being on tour and making pit stops into awkward situations, etc etc.
Overall this is one of the most original cartoons on television. Compare it to everything else on tv, there's nothing like this. And that's why I like it so much!
My only complaint is that there weren't any good extras. There were a few but they were too short...
Just beware that some retailers may jack the price up on the DVDs so be sure to shop and get your moneys worth. There aren't too many episodes on the DVD so don't buy it if someone sells it for $20. I got mine for only $10.99, you just need to look around before you buy.
If you have their cds, the DVDS makes a great edition to any Puffy AmiYumi fans."
Puff up the volume !
Tim Coogan | Millville, NJ | 07/07/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Step aside Powerpuff Girls, 'cause Cartoon Network's got a new "kawaii overdose": "Hi Hi Puffy Ami Yumi" !!!
This is number two of the TV series DVD collection. It's got even more episodes starring an anime-esque version of the awesome J-pop twosome and their friends. They include:
"Team Teen" - The singers become superheroes.
"Rock and Roe" - The girls go through a wild dream world after eating bad sushi.
"Scowlitis" - Yumi wears a strange smile-inducing device.
"The Oddyguard" - Manager Kaz hires an overprotective bodyguard.
"Song Sung Bad" - Kaz plays a rather horrible solo performance.
"In the Cards" - The two battle over a cute guy through trading cards.
"Koi Fish" - The girls get some weird information from a talking koi fish.
"Ami Ami" - Yumi thinks she's Ami !
Bonus features include a Puffy music video - karaoke style ! Also, there's "How to speak Japanese with Puffy". Now that's very helpful; especially if you're rather "lost in translation".
So get ready to say "HI HI" (or "konnishiwa", if you prefer) to the latest rockin' pair this side of the far East !"