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Mahoromatic: Something More Beautiful: V3 All Good Things (ep.10-14)


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  • Actors: Richard Cansino, Bridget Hoffman, Mona Marshall, Doug Stone, Ayako Kawasumi
  • Directors: Itsurô Kawasaki, Ken Andô, Shôji Saeki, Toshimasa Suzuki, Yorifusa Yamaguchi
  • Format: Animated, Color, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, Digital Sound, NTSC
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Bandai Entertainment Inc.
  • DVD Release Date: December 16, 2003
  • Run Time: 120 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000DFZZ5
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #432,769 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Mahoromatic: Something More Beautiful: V3 All Good Things (ep.10-14)" on IMDb

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I've thoroughly enjoyed the entire series.
Kurt K.
The second season has a nice intermission of the holiday season and then jumps right back into the conclusion of the series.
Joshua Powell
I get a kick out how some people like to say that this anime has a lot of fan service that is not needed.
J. Duran

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By "deserteagle7" on February 22, 2004
I really enjoyed this whole series, regardless of all the sexual referances and lot of nudity. I read alot of reviews that said the ending is incrediblely sad. it is sad but not as bad as a lot of the endings I seen. Don't read on if you haven't seen the ending. In the end that girly looking cyborg from managment is sent to kill Suguru. Mahoro and Suguru run away to try and escape while Slash and Suguru's grandfather kill all of Managment. The girly cyborg find Mahoro and Suguru but Mahoro self destructs to kill him and save Suguru. With Managment dead peace is made between Humans and Saint but Suguru is thrown into a depression because everyone he has ever loved has died. He moves to a neutral colony and becomes a half human half machine Managment cyborg hunter who greatly resembles Gene Starwind from Outlaw Star. Saint reserects Mahoro to finally make Suguru happy and he moves back to earth to see all his friends again. This is a somewhat good ending but i would love another season where everyone is an adult.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Shane Martin on December 23, 2003
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If you haven't seen the rest of Mahoromatic, I reccomend starting from disk one and watching the whole thing in one sitting. This ending had to be the most powerful, emotional, and psychologically amazing ending I have seen in a series in a very long time. Hell, I've never seen an ending quite like this. It made me angry...and I was on the verge of tears. Even now, 2 hours later, I am still knee deep in shock.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kurt K. on May 23, 2004
Holy Mackerel! I'm still in a state of shock the day after viewing the final two episodes. I've thoroughly enjoyed the entire series. You're totally drawn in as you get to know each of the characters and begin to care and feel for them, particularly Mahoro and Suguru. When I first started watching it I was just expecting a typical light-hearted comedy along the lines of the Love Hina series. But late in the first season and especially at the end of the second, you see a much darker and sinister side to it and you become totally engulfed in the events that are to transpire. Without giving anything away, the writers could have taken the easy way out as the series wound to a close. But their final solution was, shall we say, unique but definitely original; so you've got to give them credit for that. I had to watch the final two episodes each a second time just to try and take it all in and to confirm and reassure myself that what I had just witnessed had actully happened. Basically the series runs the enitire gamut of emotions. It's got it all: comedy, drama, romance, suspense and even a slight aura of mystery about it. Yes, the ending is sad and somewhat depressing, but certainly plausable and as I said before, unique and original. I've certainly never seen anything like it before. It definitely makes you think. For it to be able to have such an emotional impact and still have you talking about it the next day, how could it not succeed?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By George H. Rowland on December 17, 2003
The first 2 disks of Something More Beautiful had a lighter mood than Automatic Maiden (1st season of Mahoromatic), but that changes immediately at episode 10. This story is a tragedy at it's heart and these 5 episodes are a headlong plunge into betrayal and death. Episode 14 tries to give you a little hope to end the series with, but you may want to watch this disk alone if you don't want anyone to see you cry. Do watch it though, this has got to be the finest heroic tragedy in all of anime.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By KevinB on November 18, 2012
Mahoro is a retired combat android. She has a little over a year left in her operational life span. She decides to spend it helping people. She takes a job as a live in maid for a middle school boy named Suguru. She quickly works her way into his heart with her devotion and pure intentions. They become very close and overcome many challenges. A sexy teacher who has her eye on Suguru is always trying to split them up, an old enemy returns to settle the score with Mahoro, and Mahoro's impending fate weighs heavy on her heart. Despite these trials, their bond remains strong. Thye may be able to overcome any challenge together, but what will happen when her life span comes to an end?

This is a great anime. It is very similar to Steel Angel Kurumi. It also has a bit of a Love Hina, and Girls Bravo mood about it. I personally like it better than Kurumi, and Love Hina. The animation is pretty good, there are lots of great characters. The voice acting, and soundtrack are also very decent. My favorite part about this show is the many different genres it spans. There is action, comedy, drama, and romance. This show has a very sweet love story going on, but there is also a lot of nudity and pervy stuff thrown in there. This show has everything. I can't believe that I just found out about it by accident. It's over 10 years old. I'm very glad I discovered Maharomatic. I think any mature anime fan can find something to love here.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By John IV on October 6, 2005
This was my first school/harem type anime and I must say it was quite enjoyable. In the near future Earth is under attack from an alien race called `Saint'. A secret society employs humanoid combat androids to fight against the attackers. The greatest of these is Mahoro, in the shape of a comely 19 year old. When her tour of duty is done she requests to be allowed to live out her limited lifespan caring for a young 14 year old named Suguru. The son of a war casualty she feels responsible for. Mahoro meets Suguru and passes herself off as a simple maid who happens to have been a warrior in her prior life. The series then moves through a slow arc as the two sweetly come to love each other while dealing with the more mundane scholastic existence of Suguru and his friends. Meanwhile the darker side of the plot continues to fester in the background as Saint's greatest warrior goes after Mahoro. In the second series Minawa a young android from a third faction called Management comes into play. As Mahoro nears the end of lifespan things escalate, both feelings of love and the plots against her where she must make a decision that will affect her and Suguru for years in the future. The final episode is one that has been ravaged by fans, I will admit that it really emotionally hit me hard seeing Suguru in such a state. Anyone that has loved and lost will feel a twisted knife of a reminder in their heart seeing what he has gone through. The dichotomy with the rest of the series is quite extreme as it got back to being so serious in the last couple episodes after the majority of the lighter versions. Taken together though the Mahoromatic series is a lot of fun and an engaging love story with plenty of fan service and a nice ensemble collection of secondary characters. Recommended.
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