Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Please Twins - Three's Company Series Box and Collectables|
Genres: Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
Studio: Infinity Resources Inc Release Date: 11/23/2004
Endearing, entertaining and... annoying!
Grace K. Williford | 11/03/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The plot in this series has got to be the cutest! It reminds me of some others I've seen, especially in movies that aren't animes, where the main character only has a few clues as to where they come from and what their past is. This is partially one of THOSE movies - as is to be expected! But there's something more in Maiku and his "sisters" than meets the generalness of the plotline.
(By the way, that plot is:)
A guy name Maiku Kamishiro doesn't know his past but he has a clue: a photo. The photo is of two kids (brother and sister) in a pool in front of a house. He finds the house in the photo and moves there so it will be easier to find his twin and just when he gets settled in and living good, two different girls (Mina and Karen) show up claiming to be his twin sister. Since he has no clue which is really his real family, he lets them both live with him (not smart!) until things get sorted out and they can find out. He's got school and work and stuff to do - not let girls get in the way; especially since he may or may not be falling in love with one of them. It gets kinda crazy.
Filled with happy and sad, touching and embarassing moments, this is one anime that is surely going to keep you watching, if only to find out which of the annoying girls (personal opinion; not widespread!) is actually related to Maiku. You'll have fun finding out... I think.
If you liked Please Teacher (Onegai Sensei), then it's not very likely you'll enjoy Please Twins! I didn't really see the connection between the two, so if this is supposed to be a sequel, it fails! Meep. You may be looking for a fanserviced anime, in which case this one's good. It gets crazy, but it's worth a try!"
The classic boy meets girl meets another girl???
S. Savino | Williams,AZ USA | 12/08/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"First off let me start out by saying that Bandai,you did it again.You have made this one complete package,they always have the best extras;cd soundtrack,photo album,and collectible postcards!This is definately a series to own.Okay lets start the review!
Kamishirow Maiku(pronounced like "Mike").
Maiku Kamishirow has only one clue to his childhood,a photograph.This photo shows two children,one apparently Maiku,and the other his twinn sister.With this one and only clue Maiku moves out on his own to the house shown in the picture.Hoping to get some clue as to who he really is and to finally find his true family,or at the very least find the girl in the photo.Just when things begin to settle down both school and his job as a computer programmer,ol' life has a way of messing things up.Enter Miina Miyafuji,a 16 year old girl claiming to be his twin sister."We have the same color eyes."(You are going to hear that alot.)Because this is the only lead he has, he decides to let her live with him in the house they were born in ......maybe?As if things could'nt get any worse(wink,wink)knock,knock!"If you're some girl claiming to born in this house Go Away!!""So I can't come in then?"Theres ol' life again,meet Karen Onodera, who also happens to have the same color eyes as both Maiku and Miina.I don't want to spoil the rest of the episodes so you'll have to buy it yourself and see just how good finding a family is, even if it is just for awhile!
Please Twins is a sure bet if you enjoyed last years Please Teacher(Onegai Teacher).But even if you did'nt I highly recomend adding to your collection,you will not be dissapointed."
Please! More Twins!
E. Kendrick | Brea, California | 01/05/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you are someone who likes serious in-depth anime with a rigid story line and characters of immense background battling it out in robotic morphing suits....then this is by far not the anime for you. But if you are the type of person that likes to kick back and watch something with a good storyline and cornball characters that you can either relate to, fall in love with, or just plain laugh at, then do yourself a favor and get every episode of Please Twins you can find. I am the type of anime fan that likes things such as Azumanga Daioh, Love Hina, Excel Saga, Happy Lesson etc etc and I have to say that after watching the first DVD I was eagerly awaiting the second, and now the third. Assuming that this was somehow connected with Please Teacher I went and purchased the entire series but have to say with all conviction that it is good, but the characters are not as easy to get immersed in as that of Please Twins."