"Kimi ni Todoke makes its whole raison d'etre putting a bit more depth into every aspect of the banal anime rom-com genre tropes"
"It's in the carefully handled tone where Fragtime finds its success"
"The boys aren't nice people, and it contributes to the silliness."
My philosophy for rating anime has changed over the years - all in the hope of becoming more accountable for my opinions.
I've been racking my brain, thinking which trope is the worst offender.
"the show's inability to keep the tone straight isn't just lacklustre - it's utterly dire"
"For the majority of this episode, the pleasant gags and strong background humour gave me a good smile"