So I've been wanting to watch these doramas recently but dunno where to start to hoping you guys can pitch in....
BUT before we begin: Tbscreenrider don't you DARE start mentioning Nijiro's stuff! His stuff is already on my official 'must watch asap' list and not this list which is 'thinking of watching' COMPLETELY different list xP I'm especially interested in watching 'Why Don't You Play In Hell?
' first of his...
These are two I've been meaning to watch for a LONG time and STILL not gotten around to them! Library Wars
(futuristics, I think libraries are bad in this future) and Yuusha Yoshihiko to Maou no Shiro
(comedy, fantasy, nice to see Yamada do comedy).
And then there is the massive amount of Suda Masaki that turns out I haven't seen!!! o_O
Soko no mi ni te hikaru teraku, Akegarasu, Chocolietta, Hidamari no Kanojo, The Backwater, The Boy Inside, and Assassination Classroom
I met with my friend yesterday and she seriously recommended these films to me too...
Romeo, A.K.A. Kosuke Matsuyama, is a second-year high school student. A nice, normal, nonviolent type, he suddenly finds himself in the middle of a rampaging crowd of Korean boys, outraged by insults perpetrated by several of his idiotic class-mates on two Korean girls. He makes a narrow escape, but soon after, he and his best bud Norio Yoshida are sent by their home-room teacher to invite the Korean students to a friendly soccer game as a way of restoring the peace.
Trembling like black-uniformed leaves, they enter enemy territory, where Kosuke encounters a doll-faced, but serious-looking girl Kyung-Ja Lee playing a Korean folk song, "Imjin River," on a flute. He and Norio Yoshida are also nearly lynched by her older brother Ang Son Lee and his gang, but he is already smitten -- and eager to learn that haunting tune.
The story begins with Sekiuchi (Kitamura Soichiro), boss of the Sannokai, a huge organized crime syndicate controlling the entire Kanto region, issuing a stern warning to his lieutenant Kato (Miura Tomokazu) and right-hand man Ikemoto (Kunimura Jun), head of the Ikemoto-gumi. Kato orders Ikemoto to bring the unassociated Murase-gumi gang in line, and he immediately passes the task on to his subordinate Otomo (Beat Takeshi), who runs his own crew. The tricky jobs that no-one wants to do always end up in Otomo’s lap.
ALSO! My flatmate JUST recommended this to me!Like Father, Like Son
So what does everyone think?!