18 May 2013

Shiritsu Bakaleya Koukou Movie Review

Title: Shiritsu Bakaleya Kouou
Genre: Comedy, Teen, School
Origin: Japanese
Release date: October 13, 2012
Cast: Morimoto Shintaro, Matsumura Hokuto, Shimazaki Haruka, Oba Mina and Takaki Yuya.

After finally managing to merge Catteleya#2 and Bakada as one, the school board has decided to move the students from one class to Catteleya#1 for a month. This worries the class, mainly the class president Fumie (Shimazaki Haruka) since the rules of Catteleya#1 are harsher and stricter, and one little mistake can expel a student. The boys on the other hand are pretty sure of themselves, even though a split amongst the Bakada boys has happened.
Arriving at the school the “Bakaleya” students are met with disgust and hostility, by the new school president, who sees the girls as “failures” and the boys as “possible danger”. The boys somehow manage to stay under the radar, but when a different school starts to ravage other delinquent schools aiming for Bakada, the boys have a hard time sitting still. On top of that Fumie gets an offer she has a hard time declining…

If I think about the drama - which happens since it’s a continued story from the drama - this movie seems more like a last episodes. I can’t believe people went to the movies to watch this.. I mean it’s not worth a movie ticket at all. It has the typical drama feature, but it was completely like the drama, very low-budget, and same rhythm.. like the possibility of getting suspended, the save the friend in need, and the girl vs. girl competition.
Only reason I could enjoy it was because I watched the drama, and wanted the ending of this drama - which wasn’t all that.
Watch if you liked the drama, though if you haven’t you can still follow it, and understand it, but sort of becomes boring if you haven’t.

☆☆☆½ / 3½ out of 5 stars

♥♥♥½ / 3½ out of 5 hearts

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