We Never Learn: Bokuben (2019– )

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Animation, Comedy, Romance


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Yuiga Nariyuki tutors three genius of different subjects in highschool to get a scholarship. Furuhashi Fumino is a genius on literature but horrible in math, Ogata Rizu is a genius on ... See full summary »


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26 February 2021 | henrysama_hw
6
| We never go forward with the story
The premise of the anime is interesting, the animation work is competent, but it fails upon delivering a substancial experience that will make this show stand out from the crowd. The whole high schooler having to deal as a teacher thing can lead to so many possibilities of story telling in a romantic comedy. The anime "The quintessential quintuplets" proves that you can make a harem anime that treat its characters with respect and make wholesome and funny moments that will drive the story forward. Which is not the case with "We never learn". I was having some fun with the anime and the tipical absurd romantic comedy cenarios until I realised that the show had no intention of developing ANY of the characters relations. The results are the same will-they/won't-they cliche jokes over and over again leaving us with only a few and far between touching moments. You can enjoy the simplicity of the story but if you're looking for anything more than a simple story with the same pattern repeating over and over again, you better look for something else.

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Release Date:

7 April 2019

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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