I was thinking of dropping recaps for this show since I got so behind because of my computer, school, and the holidays, but I’ve had this one typed up for a while so I figured I might as well post this recap and finish up the recaps before the new drama season (and school) started. I still haven’t finished the show myself anyway, so maybe writing recaps will motivate me to finish.
Keizoku 2: SPEC ended almost year ago leaving many of us scratching our heads and begging for some sort of explanation. Finally, the first trailer for the movie has been released and while it doesn’t answer any questions (like what the hell happened during those last five minutes of the finale) the movie looks great and hopefully will be at the same level as the drama. The clip is only long because it includes a recap of the drama after the trailer and short interviews with the new cast brought in for the movie.
So. Excited. SPEC-TEN starring Toda Erika, Kase Ryo, Kuriyama Chiaki, Ito Atsushi, Asano Yuko, and Kamiki Ryunosuke is scheduled to hit theaters on April 7, 2012. That’s a long wait for us outside of Japan, but hopefully the special that’s scheduled to air early in 2012 will hold us over.
I’m guessing we’re at least halfway through at this point so it’s about time that something major happened, right? Well, sort of. There’s finally some background on Yu and Emi’s relationship, but otherwise the drama didn’t throw anything that we didn’t already see coming, though the logic behind some of these things leave me scratching my head. Continue reading Watashi ga Renai Dekinai Riyuu Episode 5→
This episode is all about healing and moving on. The girls finally seem to be moving out of the love desert as the new guys start to make their moves. Of course, new love means new problems, but I’m just happy that we’re not plodding through the same conflicts anymore. Continue reading Watashi ga Renai Dekinai Riyuu Episode 4→