Synonyms: Eiga Sekaiichi Hatsukoi, Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi Movie
Japanese: 劇場版 世界一初恋 横澤隆史の場合
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 15, 2014
50 min. per episode
PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
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Score: 8.231 (scored by 6444 users)
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SynopsisMovie adaptation of the Sekaiichi Hatsukoi: Yokozawa Takafumi no Baai BL light novel.
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Ending Theme"Yasashii Kiseki (優しい軌跡)" by Shuhei Kita
*Taken from my AniList Review, I am using the 0/100 scoring, instead of 0/10.
Story (70/100) The Case of Yokozawa Takafumi is by all means no masterpiece. In reality, it is far from it. It is filled with cliché moments found scattered all about in the Boys' Love genre, and Nakamura is no stranger when it comes to said cliché. (-10 points). When you look at it as a whole, if this was any regular story, it would be rated extremely low. But since this is the ever-so popular BL genre, it is safe. You start out with Yokozawa awaking in a stranger's house. Seems...okay, right? Well, YtnB stays like that throughout the whole movie.
'Okay'. Nothing too exciting happens. Man meets another by accident (in this case, they sort of knew each other), they hang out for awhile (in actuality, Yokozawa was blackmailed), and love sprouts off-screen, instead of showing them actually falling in love. (-5 points). This is where I thought it might have been better as a 4 episode OVA. I dislike how Yokozawa gained affection for Kirishima off-screen. Over the course of what seemed a few days, or maybe even weeks by the minute. (-5 points).
After falling in love, of course there is a huge conflict that keeps them from confessing. It always happens. Whether it be a past lover/break-up, misinterpreted cheating or anything else in the bag of cliché. (-5 points). In the end, they live happily ever after. (-5 points).
Character (85/100) Despite all its' cliché story ideas, Yokozawa is by far one of Nakamura's best characters. He acts like a true person when it comes to breakups and love. No one is able to get over your first love so quickly like most BL show. You can see Yokozawa's inner dialogue throughout the story, and you understand why he is the way he is. Why he is so rude. Why he is unapproachable. His gentle side, too. Although I dislike how Yokozawa is tsundere, and even Kirishima points that out.(-5 points).
Kirishima is your typical seme (-5 points). but with a twist;He has a daughter. And he loves his daughter. He wants the best for her, like any caring dad. His constant antics toward Yokozawa are quite amusing, as well. But he does them for a reason. That doesn't take away that he's a typical topper, though.
You have your other known characters as well, such as Takano and Ritsu. It sort of goes into their relationship as well, but what Ritsu tells Yokozawa is unlike him. (-5 points). I can't just see Ritsu up and telling Yokozawa what he did.
Visuals (80/100) I'm not really a fan of Nakamura, so for me, that retracts 5 points. (-5 points). But the visuals were done very nicely.
Now the bad things. Typical. BL. Bodies. HUGE hands, tiny heads, and odd proportional bodies. (-10 points). . Some of the movements looked weird because of their distorted bodies. They weren't fluid because of it. (-5 points).
Audio (95/100) Audio was done very well. I don't really complain when it comes to audio, though. Everyone's voices fit perfectly fine. I don't remember any of the OST's, if there were any. (-5 points).
Enjoyment and Final Scoring (82/100) 70+85+80+95+80=410/5=82
Overall, it was a nice movie to pass the time, and since I'm a sucker for BL, I had to watch it, seeing as how there are barely any adaptations of BL manga. If you love Nakamura and Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi, I recommend this. If not, and you are just a BL fan, then dive right in. read more
Yaoi/shonen ai which has tsundere uke, somehow there is a child girl there, and there is a blackmail somehow too and a persistent seme somehow too, again. One is a movie and the other ovas but the duration is practically the same. And of course Koisuru Boukun is more explicit.
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