Trouble Chocolate (1999–2000)

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Cacao a young student, finds that he might be a powerful magic user.

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18 November 2013 | killerkat52
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This anime... this anime was one of the craziest things I have ever watched and I have seen Uncle Grandpa! The animation is awful, Script and Plot is the worst thing ever to grace my ears. There is nothing that makes sense in this anime, if it can even be called that! There is one thing that saves it from getting a very low score, nothing. The point that it doesn't have a point is hilarious. Humor and jokes are used for awful transitions but as the story progresses it gets incredibly funny if you can look at it that way! Unlike newer cartoons, such as Uncle Grandpa, the point is not looked at 24/7. A good look at this is how Uncle Grandpa's name is the shows title. In Trouble Chocolate it is mentioned a bit but not every 5 seconds. It is the moment something hilarious happens in Trouble Chocolate does it becomes an instant face palm. When I recommend this anime, which I have, the first words out of my mouth are, "Its so awful, its funny!" The point of this review is to say watch it with the mindset of itsfromthe90snotgoingtobeamazing. The one good thing about Trouble Chocolate is how awful it is, and that earns it a solid 6 and a good chuckle.


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8 October 1999



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