Alright, in the first episode, five girls work together at the same place. Four of them are engaged or have a significant other, and one of them doesn't have anyone. She's just kind of a loner. Her name is Shizuka... anyway. Shizuka's friend from the office (named Maki) decides to help her find someone to share her life with. They try all sorts of things, like dating services, phone calls, and dressing up and going to the park. Nothing seems to work, though. Maybe the answer is near Shizuka, but she's searching so hard for it that she misses it. Will she ever find someone?
In the second episode, all of the girls are sisters. Kiyomi is the only girl left single here. On the day of her sister's engagement party, she is in town getting groceries. While she's away, a guy calls for her. Kiyomi's sisters want to get their sibling together with this guy, and they invite him over. He comes by, very nervous. He wants to propose to Kiyomi, and they try all of these crazy plans to get him to do it right. When Kiyomi comes home, though, she doesn't want to go to the movie. Will she ever see the feelings this guy is showing her? Will she get married to this young man?
There's basically nothing offensive, except maybe some swearing. The box said ages 3 and up.
Oh, yes, and this stars the girls from Sailor Victory and Graduation. Yay! (They just look a little different).
5/5 Cute and sappy.
5/5 Oh, you knew all of the women were love-obsessed peoples.
5/5 Really lovey and deep in parts.
5/5 Cheesy, but cute.
5/5 Nothing. maybe a mention of it in a class, but that's it.
5/5 Nothing again.
4/5 Probably one swear word.
5/5 Really cute and fuzzy. It's such a shoujo show.
Totals: 49/50, or good. It's definitely one that girls will like. Or at least the typical girl. Hey, come on, even I liked it!
To start off with; girls, this is a cheesy shoujo flick. PLEASE don't make any guys who don't want to watch it. Trust me, they'll be bored out of their heads. Now, on with MARRIAGE. It stars the five girls from the GRADUATION and SAILOR VICTORY series. They're all grown up now, and in the first episode, pretty much all of them are married. Shizuka, though, is too shy. So Maki decides to help 'er out. They follow guys around, try dumb dating services, etc. Will Shizuka's red string of fate ever catch on to someone? (buy the way, if you want a REALLY good explanation on the red string of fate, watch Urusei Yatsura: Movie 3, Remember My Love, not Glove) What a question. . .
In the second ep., the girls are all sisters, and Kiyomi is the only single girl left. Even Mami, the youngest (she had green pigtails in the OVA Sailor Victory), is engaged. So the sisters get a call for her while she's out getting groceries, and it's guy. They tell him to come over. His name is Mikimaro. Anyway, he REALLY likes Kiyomi, and he wants to take her on a date. Eventually, he does, and they go to a movie that's sappy and sweet. At dinner, he tries to get up the courage to propose to her.
Okay! The funniest parts were these little SD things in the middle with a class that's learning how to get married, facts about it, etc. There's really nothing offensive, maybe some swearing. . .
5/5 Oh, sweet and cheesy. REALLY shoujo.
5/5 Oh, they all showed their sweet, innocent sides.
5/5 It was cute.
5/5 It ALSO, was cute.
5/5 Nope, no SC.
5/5 I don't think there was even a drop of blood. Total shoujo.
5/5 Very nice.
4/5 A teeensy bit of it, I do believe.
5/5 It was really good, but FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, WATCH IT SUBBED!! The voices sound like Charlie Brown or something! Girls should REALLY like it. All they talk about is getting married! Hee hee. . . *gack*
Totals: 49/50, or watch it suuuubbbiiiieeeed. Really non-offensive. One for the females!
TOTALS (both reviews coined together) 49/50. Goo. Very goo. (goo=good).
**We own this tape, unedited, dubbied and professionally done. ***
|Original Creator:||HEADROOM/SOFIX/SHOGAKUKAN/VICTOR ENTERTAINMENT (it's a company project, okay?)|
|Rating: (not professional)||
G (let's just get married, for God's sake! Nothing offensive)
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Marriage is a girl's series. It's about five girls who either are married or engagd who help out a friend who, for some reason, isn't. It's not offensive in pretty much any way, and the characters are loveable. Just watch it subbed. Femmy guys might like it, though. . .