Peach Girl is one of those shows you will love and also hate at the very same time; and you will enjoy every minute of it.
The story is about Momo Adachi, a girl who's entire life changes when her best friend pries in her love life and causes a lot of confusion and misunderstandings. Momo's best friend Sae is a conniving and manipulative girl who will do anything to make herself feel better than others-- including hurting Momo, lying about her and manipulating everyone into believing her. In an attempt to keep Sae from ruining things with her crush, Momo lies and tells her
she likes someone else. Momo is then caught in a love triangle when both her real crush and the boy she lied about liking actually like her back.
The story was enjoyable enough despite sometimes being super over-the-top. I liked the pace of the story because I honestly never felt bored with what was happening. In Peach Girl, there is a continuous struggle and just when you think everything is solved something else will happen. Momo is a likeable protaganist. She does everything she can to put others before herself and is willing to help people even when they have hurt her very badly in the past (Sae). All of the characters had a lot more depth than most characters in this type of anime normally do. I liked the fact that all of the characters' personalities/actions were explained and you understood why they would react that way. I literally went from hating Sae in the beginning to liking her and wishing she could have a happy ending. So yeah, you should watch Peach Girl. Just do it right now. I liked it enough to write a review of it at 3am!
Man what a show. I don’t think I’ve ever experienced an emotional rollercoaster like the one Peach Girl has took me on. I’ve had so many different opinions about this show while watching that I just didn’t know what to think at the end of it. But after giving it some thought, this is probably one of my favorite Shoujo anime!
I originally wanted to drop this anime in the beginning. Early on I was fed up with how annoying pretty much all the characters were. It seemed like everyone in this show was a moron. Momo’s “best friend” Sae, constantly tried to stir up drama
to make Momo’s life a living hell. Yet even after realizing this, she still keeps going back to her. And why does Sae like to ruin Momo’s life? Well that’s just how she is. Now let’s look at the main love interests, Toji and Okayasu. Both of these guys are also complete morons. A lot of Momo’s anguish came from Toji falling into Sae’s trap, and basically becoming her puppet. He believes everything she tells him over his long time friend (Momo) who is also the girl he loves. As for Okayasu, I can’t say too much without spoiling anything, so I’ll just say that he takes what he has for granted.
Even though I still think the characters are morons after I finished the show, they became likable morons. In their own way, the main characters all grew to become better people not just for the sake of others, but for themselves as well. Characters are given enough time to possibly change your view point of them, whether that may be for the better or worse. Giving characters time to grow is one thing that Peach Girl does so well. Unlike other anime with romance elements that involve more than one possible love interest, Peach Girl gives both Toji and Okayasu enough screen time for the viewer to decide on which guy they want to root for. Even if your favorite guy doesn’t win, at least they were enough time to actually feel like they mattered and impacted the story (In a way that would make it a completely different story if they weren’t there) rather than feeling like their entire existence in the show is pointless.
For me Peach Girl was a hidden gem that I’m glad I watched. I laughed, I cried (not really but there were moments that just pulled my heart strings) I cringed, I was mad I was happy, and in the end, I was satisfied.
Oh. My. God. Never in my life have I seen so much backstabbing. Was is really too much to ask for a normal sweet romance between a male and a female lead? I guess it was, because what a got was a love polygon revolving around a girl named Momo, two guys that are in love with her, but she can not pick which one of them she really loves, a girl jeaulous of Momo that tries to sabotage her relationship at least once in every single episode, a couple of random dudes that got involved in the story, fake pregnancy, fake rape attempts (well,
kind of fake) and so many other random stuff that I do not feel like writing about because it drains all my energy. Seriously, it was too much. At some point I was not able to watch it anymore so i skipped to the last episode. After I found out how it ends, I watched the remaining episodes. Best decision ever. I am not saying the series was bad, but it made me feel anxious all the time and Momo being wishy-washy certainly did not help either. What you need are nerves of steel to pull throuht this one.
I want to give a fair warning if she had not ended up choosing the guy I wanted her to I would have give a 0 if I could, but all worked out in the end.
The story was awful, and it had a twisted concept at that. A girl in love with a guy, and a "friend" who does everything in her power to make the main characters life miserable, and along with this another boy who is also in love with the main character makes the story all the more complicated. I hated the story! She had a "friend" as I mentioned literally make
the class mentally and physically abuse her, and yet the main character can still forgive her "friend" over and over even though her "friend" pulls the same kind of crap every time. The only reason I even give a 2 is because she ended up with the character I like the most.
I don't want to be so hard on the art because this anime aired in 2005 I believe (sorry if I have the year wrong) , but I found the art to be bad either way. I will say' even though it was bad I think it was the highlight of the anime.
I do not really have any idea what to say for sound because I cannot remember anything sound related in the anime besides the opening. In other words the sound didn't leave even the slightest impression.
I hated every single character!! The main character was dense, and did everything she shouldn't have done. (Near the ending wasn't as bad, but it was still hair pulling) The "Friend" who kept on making the main characters like a LIVING HELL! I have no idea who the made her out the way they did, but I really wish the made her more lovable, because I feel bad about myself for having sympathy for an incident involving the "friend", but any how i'll leave characters at that, because the two main male characters were no where near as bad.
Well I wish I hadn't started the anime to be honest...I liked the ending so I guess it wasn't as bad, but I highly recommend you stay away unless you LOVE drama, because this anime has a ocean of it, and it is extremely annoying to me, and I have watched plenty of drama anime, but this one was the worst anime not to mention drama anime I have ever watched.
I LOVE shoujo, romance, school, drama anime but this!?
THIS PIECE OF COW DUNG!?
During Ep 4, after some annoyingly, flat and irritating drama that could have been resolved by the characters if they just said f*cking hi to each other or something.
No, Toji gets mad at the Peach Girl (forgot her name, thats how lame this anime is and I just clicked pause 15 secs ago druing the middle of ep 4) for kissing the Oyka-whatever guy BEFORE they were dating while he himself kissed Peach's "best friend" (who is an evil mastermind) WHIIILE they
were dating. AND HE GETS PISSED!?
That crap was the last straw. I lost my shit and came here to vent.
So there, if you want a hernia from all the annoying shit these characters do, then watch it and then commit suicide.
I would'nt watch this even if I got payed.
I would start by saying that Peach Girl explicitly conveys racial discrimination, but that would be inaccurate since they're all Japanese. Contrary to your belief that this review is going to be me solely trashing the component of Peach Girl which encourages light skin as more beautiful and aesthetically appealing to men, and how the leading heroine, Momo, is accepting of this prejudiced assumption shown throughout her emotional qualms of having darker skin— that will be my last mention of it. Despite the inherent negative message this sends to viewers, I review based on the romantic aspect, so let's stick to that.
Peach Girl was
actually a fair anime, with a decent romance which develops nicely throughout the series. Momo, our tsundere lead is a charming character, and is easily relatable with the female audience given the realistic conflicts she faces daily—boy troubles. The initial idea is a bit cliche and overdone, but the good thing about Momo is that she has flaws, and her love isn't entirely preposterous. She is flawed, and has confidence issues, and the love interest she pursues, Kazuya, does not reciprocate her feelings. This eliminates the horrible pot-hole that far too many romance animes which have the potential to be successful fall into, a pseudo "Mary-Sue" character. Essentially a lead which may have flaws to the audience, but makes them irresistible to all other love interests, creating boring and predictable development. Momo's pursuit of Kazuya is not overly dramatic, but resembles what a real girl would face while going after the one they like.
The familiar love-triangle, we all know it well. It is sort of a double-edged sword in most romance anime because as the audience, we develop attachments to one of the two possible suitors. Of course one must lose, and that can generate negative feelings towards the show, but at the same time it adds spice and thrill if executed well. Peach Girl is an example of a good execution. I will neglect any spoilers, but Momo's eventual romantic interest is not a complete loss for either side, and the events which transition to her decision are easily followed, and logical. People can empathize with her, so it leads to a greater sense of satisfaction when finishing the show.
The characters were very well balanced. Momo is sort of that rough around the edges girl, who can be cute and charming. Her love interests: Kazuya and Okayasu, are not complete opposites in personality. This actually works to the show's benefit, because it doesn't feel as damaging when Momo chooses one over the other. Momo's "best friend", or more appropriately, her biggest foil, Sae, gives the audience several reasons to hate her wholeheartedly. At times her cruel actions are a bit overdone and add a bit too much acidity to the relationship, but Sae has moments which make the audience feel a bit relieved, and she certainly has a passionate side.
Overall, Peach Girl was a good watch. Nothing which absolutely stood out from others, but the plot was fairly consistent, and the characters were generally likable. There were probably more dramatic and shocking moments than heart-fluttering romance, but if you're interested in a simple series which provides the bare minimum in romantic aspects, I suggest you give this a look.
This anime is perfect for if you just want to waste a day watching an anime. It isn't really meaningful or life-changing, but it's cute and the love triangle is fun to watch. The heroine is really cute and headstrong, and unlike most girls in anime, she actually initiates skinskip! The story revolves her and the love line, and nothing else, really. Some episodes have nothing to do with the plot except for about 5 minutes, but like I said, it's good to waste time! It's kinda like when you eat a bag of chips you eat all the time, and halfway through the middle,
you get tired of the same taste but still eat it cause it tastes good.
The music was typical anime music, with nothing standing out. The opening and ending themes were nothing I would go out and downloaded, and I skipped them everytime.
The animation was average. Nothing new and kind of boring. Except for how pretty everyone was. Especially Kari, who looked like a girl randomly during the show, but was still amazingly cute. Why do they always make one manly man and one pretty boy? Even though Touji was basically a pretty boy as well, they made him a baseball player and a more manly voice than Kairi to show that he was the "manly" one. LOL.
The characterization was also bland but still enjoyable. Sae was a freaking psycho and I don't understand how someone could be that well-liked and still that crazy. They made her over-the-top, and she wasn't really understandable or relate able.
Kairi was the saving grace of this show. He provided comedy and was the life of the party. Whenever he wasn't in an episode, I felt like something was missing. He might as well of been the main character for all the time I invested in his story and his character.
The fact that she chose Kairi was the saving grace of this show for me. If she didn't chose him, and chose to go with Touji, who had been MIA most of the show or just a character to help the other mains to inspire conflict, I would've been seriously pissed. I watched this a second time with my sister, and I think it's safe to say that most girls would want Kairi.
All in all, an enjoyable anime and one I would recommend if you have nothing better to do.
I did not like this anime. I will say it had the potential to be one of my favorites. What killed it for me was basically the creators views on dark skinned people and the main character Momo. As I watched, I had so many questions and wondered what audience this anime was targeting.
Why was the fact that she was tanned bad? Why is it because she was tanned or darker skinned she was considered a slut? Why was her skin color and obsessive use of sunscreen to keep from becoming darker even apart of the storyline. Why was Kairi wearing a confederate flag shirt.
These are questions I asked myself as I watched this anime. It made me extremely uncomfortable. And made it hard to look past to enjoy this show.
Outside of being offended at the clearly racist storyline. What I didnt like was the character Momo and how she changed men throughout the story. How she was so quick to judge and get upset with her love interest without hearing their side. How she allowed that demon bestfriend back in her life knowing what she was capable. Thats just stupid. I dont care how nice she seemed to be or if she seemed to have turned over a new leaf. Once youve seen what someone is capable of you need to distance yourself from them. I have so much I want to say but I will wait until I have finished the show.
First of let me say I have finished the entire anime version of Peach Girl and i am working on the manga. That being said, i will continue with the review.
This review contains a spoiler box, click at own risk.
Lots of Drama, which is what i like, and tons of twists, but a terrific ending.
Great art work, a little strange compared to other anime
believable but slightly unrealistic characters
I couldnt stop watching this anime. I was hooked from episode 1!
This is one of my alltime favorite animes.
Okay so The main character MOMO has this thing for TOGI. But
she thinks he doesnt like girls like her who are tan and look like a beach bunnie. SAE is an evil little twerp *my opinion* who wants whatever MOMO has. KAIRI is perverted but deaply in love with MOMO, and he is the only one who SAE cant trick.
MOMO and TOGI start dating. SAE blackmails TOGI into going out with her and dumping MOMO. MOMO falls into a deep depression. KAIRI gets her out.
MOMO falls in love with KAIRI but KAIRI has to go to find himself or something. While KAIRI is gone, MOMO finds out what Sae did and is confused about wether or not to give TOGI another chance.
KAIRI is depressed when he comes back and sees them together and almost drowns. But MOMO saves him and they end up together.
The anime didnt stray too far from the manga as far as i can tell, there a few small differences, but nothing that majorly affects the story line.
If you like NANA you will love Peach Girl.
Peach girl is a a show that is not to sappy for its genre type and is only let down slightly by the male characters having eyes that look wired in a freakish way.
However this small fault aside the story is very well written and you soon find yourself drawn into the story, OK the ending is kind maybe a bit to fairy tale in its result you'll find your self not being disappointed by the story in anyway.
If you like stuff in this genre type then this should be on your list.
Seriously, this has to be the best romance anime out there along with paradise kiss. I mean it actually happen to have a kiss in as early as the first episode. Unlike all the other romance anime out there peach girl actually have a realistic point of view. i mean things that actually happen in real life. it all about relationships and switching from one guy to another then back to that guy then finaly realising that she is in love with the second guy then going back to him again. i know you may say ahh what a slut by believe me she is
about the most honest girl you will ever find. i don't wanna let out any spoiler so watch it and you will see for yourselves
This anime seriously pissed me off. All that drama could have been avoided if people had just TALKED to each other... People can't all be THAT stupid, can they? And those girls make me feel ashamed of my gender. This is the kind of shoujo that I absolutely don't like.
Please don't read if you don't want spoilers. They are minor, but still uncover some of the plot twists.
"Peach Girl" is a typical shoujo. Sweet boys and girls, sweet artstyle, feelings-feelings-feelings, everything is abnormally simple, after all. However, surprisingly, "Peach Girl" managed to distinguish itself in a bad way even here.
1) an AWFUL LY primitive storyline. I was fed up with the twists like “somebody sees X with another person and misunderstands”. It delivers at the very beginning, but starts to annoy soon, as the situations never vary. The last five episodes were a lucky exception, but still I couldn’t but think the show was
TOO long and thus boring. Fifteen episodes would be perfectly enough to cover ALL the plotlines, I guarantee it. – 4/10
2) the only characters I approved of were Touji and Sae. Touji was the “most male” character here, but in my opinion he was too patient towards Adachi. He definitely deserves a better girlfriend than she is. Sae caught my attention due to the path she managed to walk. Unlike other characters, she was able to learn and grow in a spiritual way though it took some time and efforts. Moreover, later she was able to change others, f.e. Ryo and Kairi. Besides, Sae was a great fun when she misbehaved.
Adachi hasn’t impressed me as she cannot be called a strong personality though she looks strong from the very beginning. Risa from “Lovely Complex” is a lot stronger. Most of the time Adachi is crying or hesitating whom she likes most or arguing with her current boyfriend which is very pathetic. Plus, she depends on the opinion of other people greatly and tends to do what she is said to do without thinking herself. Well, she may seem to think but later acts spontaneously which turns out to be extremely stupid and childish. Moreover, she NEVER learns and keeps repeating the same mistakes again and again. I really doubt she managed to make her final decision as she still hesitated in the last episode. Basing on the number of times she changed her mind I may assume she does it again. With her indecisiveness she is always making the people loving her suffer which I really disapprove of.
Kairi was okay at first but later changed to worse as soon as he fell in love with Adachi. He proved himself to be weak-willed as he gave up easily in his love affair towards Adachi. Moreover, he was crying and hesitating most of the time, as well as Adachi did. His manlike actions were rare and didn't impress in comparison with Touji's actions. I guess Kairi and Adachi are birds of the same feather, so the ending is quite fair. But I really doubt why Kairi was rewarded while Touji wasn’t, for Touji sacrificed as much as Kairi did?
Besides, the character scheme included numerous love triangles and harems, but I doubt they are worth speaking of. The only thing I may say is that there was too many of them. In addition, most of the characters were whiny. – 6/10
3) the artstyle reminded me of “Lovely Complex”, however, here it was worse. Sweet colors and sweet pop-style characters, nuff said. The faces had abnormally plump lips (even the boys’ ones) which was supposed to look hot, however, as for me it wasn’t. The worst example of this cheesy Barbie-style was the ending. What’s more, some scenes, especially the most romantic ones, were simply moving pictures. – 6/10
4) the sound didn’t impress me either. The seyuus’ work was ok, but the music was average J-rock. Nothing impressed me here. – 7/10
5) enjoyment and overall – according to my impression, it is a 6. I cannot say I disliked it completely, but still it wasn't as interesting and fresh as I expected. If you like shows about relationship worries, clothes and makeup and/or have nothing else to watch, you’re welcome. Else, be warned about the show you are going to watch, or you are gonna be a bit (or a lot) disappointed.
Let me just start out by saying, this drama will not be for everyone. It is VERY dramatic, so you will probably hate it or love it. I side more on the loving it, but maybe a big part has to do with the nostalgia of reading it in my middle school days and liking Okayasu Kairi. I think it starts getting good in the middle and finishes off well (I mean, the ending itself, at least). It can become unrealistic, but the enjoyment was still there.
There's nothing special about the story. It's about a tan girl with hair dyed by cholorine due
to her swim team days and gets judged wrongly due to her appearance. It just basically follows her as she goes through love and friendships. Again, there's LOTS of drama. But you get rewarded in the end with who she ends up with (which I believe the author got it right).
While there are some scenes that look pretty, the art is kinda hard to look at. The art didn't bother me when I read the manga, but it just doesn't look as good in the anime form. It's kinda choppy, but I got used to it after a while. That was just the characters though, the scenery was fine.
I don't remember much about background music. I remember some scenes hit it right. And at first, I didn't like the beginning and closing songs, but they grew on me.
Some characters you will just hate, others you will love. I see Momo as just a normal girl. There's nothing striking about her personality, but maybe the author wanted to write about someone who was normal. Toji's the ever nice guy who's perfect but naive. Kairi's the pervy yet straightforward, honest, considerate, nice guy who always has Momo's back (who's won my heart!!!). And obviously from the get-go, Sae is one to be hated. She does improve by the end, and even helps the couple get together (and gets her own manga sequel). These characters to tend to become unrealistic (especially Sae), but what do you expect from an anime or a drama? Without them, it wouldn't be as interesting to watch.
Again, like I said, I probably enjoyed this more for the nostalgia. It reawakened my love for Kairi and what a great character he is (even with his slip up). If I had watched this without knowing what happened in the story, I would probably have dropped it (due to liking more light hearted romances). There were moments I couldn't bear to watch because Sae was just too evil, there were moments when I wanted to slap Momo or Toji, there were moments when I was so happy to have Kairi in the picture. It really is a roller coaster of emotions you go through.
This just happened to be an anime I watched on a whim. Originally I had started reading the manga series, and after I decided to give the anime a go.
The story is one of those plots you're either going to be intrigued by or deterred from in my opinion. It all depends on if you can handle frequent downfalls in the story. Because in here, the main antagonist will be constantly wreaking havoc on the main character. Just when you think things are starting to calm down, there she is again making her mark! Lot of action, some suspense and quite a bit of sympathy
for the main character as she is hit with constant waves of hurt, frustration, heartache and betrayal.
I thought the art was pretty good. I haven't really watched all that many anime that I thought the art was lacking though.
The music was not my cup of tea. In fact, I found myself muting the intro and ending themes because the singer's voice was like chalk on a chalkboard to me. Too scratchy and even after the sound has stopped it still lingers in your mind. But minus the actual beginning songs (which are sung) the rest of the soundtrack (or rather, score) wasn't bad. It fit the emotional themes in the anime and in the end that's what makes all the difference.
The characters were decent in my opinion. Minus the main antagonist until the very end of the series. You can't help but hate her and how nasty she is throughout the anime. Toji left me feeling rather irritated in the fact that he is oblivious to the antagonist's schemes. However, I couldn't help but like Kairi. As much as I wanted to dislike him, I ended up liking him even more the more I tried to dislike him. The main character Momo was tolerable. She has her sweet moments, but her short outbursts of anger got to be annoying and rather dislikeable.
Once I got past the constant ups and downs of the series, I think it was a good anime. However, since there is so much turmoil I can't say whether I would watch it again. Overall, I think it's an ok anime to watch, but be prepared for a rollercoaster of a ride.
"A dead battery can be recharged and brought back to life." -a quote from this anime. Wow, what an emotional roller coaster!
I'm not going to write a novel on this anime but I do want to express my overall feelings towards it and why it is now one of my favs.
What is the number one thing that everyone is searching for? Happiness maybe? Don't we all want to find happiness? One thing that this anime taught me is that in order to find true happiness, you must first be honest with your own emotions. You must question yourself first. Ask yourself about the
situations in your life? Why do you feel empty? Why are you alone? Why doesn't anyone like you? Why are you so popular? Why are you not so popular?.....When you find the answers, you will better understand where you stand in this world. You will also understand that there are people in your life that genuinely do care about you. If you don't have that yet, some day you will if you desire it.
No matter how manly you are, or how popular you are, this series grabs you. A lot of people look at the animation and instantly drop it. I watched the dubbed, which was actually a lot better than the subbed version. This series will make you laugh, anger you, frustrate you, make you applaud certain characters, and you might even shed a tear. The opening theme maybe upbeat, but the lyrics make more and more sense as the series goes along. EVERYTHING ties together at the end. I'm not going to spoil anything!
This series taught me that no matter how scary the results may be, JUST BE HONEST. Tell the truth. It WILL change your entire life. Sometimes we are afraid of hurting other people's feelings. Sometimes we are afraid of hurting our own feelings. No matter the situation, just know that things will eventually work out for you. The last puzzle piece to your happiness WILL be found.
I've heard people saying the didn't like peach girl but i stumbled across peach girl when i was bored one night and just decided to click on the name without checking reviews etc... my word i pulled atleast 3 nights of about 8 hours or so watching peach girl it got me that hooked! The storyline for me was kind of relating back to real life as you see people do this but even though am a boy i did find it touching but then again romance animes with drama in it always get me really interested! :)
I caught this show on FUNimation and was pleasently surprised. It's not something I would normally watch, as it has a kind of high school soap opera feel to it, but it is well done and funny. The artwork is a little different, particularly how they draw the lips, which I found to be a refreshing change of pace. I watched the English dub, and the voice acting was pretty good. The voices matched the faces, and subtleties such as when crying was forced or real came across in the acting.
The story was allright, I got involved in the
story, thinking of what the characters should do, and when they didn't, thinking: you dummy. Momo and Sae were interesting characters who had motivations, ups and downs etc. But the two main male characters were a little dense at times though. It was a fun show as they keep you in suspense up until the last show as to who would end up with whom. Nothing too serious other than high school dating, but it's a nice way to pass the time.
Shojo is not my genre of choice - I had to announce that first.
Peach Girl is not too original - something else I had to announce.
(also, I can't spell)
Why would I give this a 9 out of 10?
Simply because it's hysterical...
Though this isn't catagorised as comedy, it should be, as there are roughly 12 cliche's per episode and possibly the most indirect-dope of a female lead you will ever see, but for some reason, it works:
Momo, an innoffensive teen girl is being picked on at school down to her appearance; she's resembles members of a particular social group that are viewed as unnattractive down to
their repputation, Momo is therefor unfair pre-judged, ontop of this, someone is ruining her reputation further; someone close by.
Momo has decide she's in love with the popular sports-type boy, the popular joker has fallen for Momo = love trianlge.
Dispite the story not being too special and the characters seeming like the typical 'youths of school age who are in a rush to grow up', the characters are highly effective, we have:
- The female lead - Naive isn't the word, she falls for mistakes anyone with an gram of common sense wouldn't, then falls for virtually the same mistake again, ontop of this, she's; selfish, quick to jump to conclusions and quick to over-react; bad combinations, however, we are always bought back to the fact that she's non-malicious; her heart is in the right place and unlike many other anime girls, she aknowledges her faults, she's allerted to her mistakes and the author hasn't sculpted the story to make her look like the victum every time things don't go right for her
- Male love interest 1 - A male who is just as naive as the female lead; no real personality or atributes apart from being the typical 'strong silent' type. the 'jock' and bishounen(?)
- Male love interest 2 - The joker who is suprisingly wize his surroundings; not naive like the two above, but bessoted enough to do anything for the female lead; litterally, lap-dog
- The other 'woman' - a highly calculating big bad bully who could possibly be one of the best anime villians ever; she manages to be; highly passive aggressive (using ever aspect of passive aggression there is) aswell as confrontational, whilst looking like the innocent party; she's the type to make or break a person
As stated previous; the cliche's (I'd say is the number one reason).
They aren't the typical anime related cliche's such as ecchi related missunderstandings (guy falls on girls cheast or guy walks in on girl naked), they're the type of belivable and highly inconvenient type, such as; one character catching their partner with another woman/man and not asking questions, or character from the past showing up at a crutial moment etc; it's actually a fun activity in itself sucessfully predicting what's going to happen in the next few seconds.
Predictability aside, I suppose the love tri-angle is played out quite well; it may not be too obvious to some who the leading girl would end up with, also, the ride to finding 'the one' wasn't a smooth one; others have came into the scene.
As I stated previously; this may not be a comedy, but it is funny.