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Ouran High School Host Club: Complete Series (Classic) [Blu-ray] (2012)

Caitlin Glass , Vic Mignogna , Caitlin Glass  |  NR |  Blu-ray
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  • Actors: Caitlin Glass, Vic Mignogna, J. Michael Tatum, Todd Haberkorn, Greg Ayres
  • Directors: Caitlin Glass
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Animated, Box set, Full Screen
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: May 15, 2012
  • Run Time: 650 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (229 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007NU53YS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,238 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Ouran Academy: An institution of extravagance and prestige where learning comes secondary to luxury. Only those of the highest pedigrees and the wealthiest families are lucky enough to attend, and the truly elite are the members of the Ouran Host Club. A group of the handsomest boys on campus with far too much time on their hands, the Host Club dedicates every afternoon to entertaining the lovely young ladies. Just think of is as the academy's elegant playground for the super-rich and beautiful. But for studious Haruhi Fujioka, education is a privilege that must be earned, being on scholarship and out of place among the moneyed. That is until the day Haruhi stumbles upon the Host Club, a stumble which leaves the freshman indebted for millions of yen. And the only way to pay for the damages? Well, Haruhi will work as a Host. There's only one problem: Haru-he is actually a Haru-she!

Ouran High School is a private academy, catering to the super-rich, the super-cute, and the superficial. To amuse themselves--and earn a few extra yen--the richest, most attractive boys in the school have set up a host club, where they dispense tea and charm the girls. Haruhi Fujioka, a scholarship student who's such a schlump no one even realizes she's a girl, stumbles into the club and breaks an antique vase. To repay the staggering cost of the vase, the members demand she dress as a boy and join the club. Although she's an outsider and a "commoner," Haruhi soon becomes everyone's favorite. Club president Tamaki (who represents the "blond prince" type) falls for her; Mitsukuni (the "Lolita boy") adores her, as do identical twins Hikaru and Kaoru ("forbidden brotherly love"). Despite their good looks, social prominence, and wealth, the boys have led lonely lives, which they recount in the later episodes. Hikaru and Kaoru never paid any attention to anyone else until Tamaki recruited them. Mitsukuni had to follow his family tradition and became a martial arts champion. The Host Club has given them the one thing they lacked: a sense of belonging. Similarly, Haruhi finds a level of acceptance she's never before experienced. The warmth of those realizations doesn't prevent the Hosts from squabbling and playing pranks, but it gives the series a balance that keeps it from feeling too silly. The success of Ouran High School Host Club (2006) suggests that a reverse harem comedy can be just as much fun as the standard nerdy-guy-in-a-houseful-of-beauties model. (Rated TV 14: risqué humor, including allusions to homosexuality and lesbianism) --Charles Solomon

(1. Starting Today, You Are a Host! 2. The Job of a High School Host! 3. Beware of the Physical Exam! 4. Attack of the Lady Manager! 5. The Twins Fight! 6. The Grade School Host Is the Naughty Type! 7. Jungle Pool SOS! 8. The Sun, the Sea and the Host Club! 9. A Challenge from Lobelia Girl's Academy! 10. A Day in the Life of the Fujioka Family! 11. Big Brother Is a Prince! 12. Honey's Three Bitter Days! 13. Haruhi in Wonderland! 14. Covering the Famous Host Club! 15. The Refreshing Battle in Karuizawa! 16. Operation Haruhi and Hikaru's First Date! 17. Kyoya's Reluctant Day Out! 18. Chika's "Down with Honey" Declaration! 19. Lobelia Girl's Academy Strikes Back! 20. The Door the Twins Opened! 21. Until the Day It Becomes a Pumpkin! 22. Mori-senpai Has an Apprentice Candidate! 23. Tamaki's Unwitting Depression! 24. And So Kyoya Met Him! 25. The Host Club Declares Dissolution! 26. This Is Our Ouran Fair!)

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98 of 106 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Review on the Actual Product, Not the Series Itself April 1, 2010
I just got this item today and have looked through some of the extras and I must say they are pretty entertaining. They have the "outtakes" section, which is basically a blooper reel from all the episodes, and while it doesn't show the actual voice actors, it does show the the scenes with the dialogue of the voice actors messing up or doing some improv. Some of the other extras include audio commentary on certain episodes and the textless songs. There's a preview for the manga provided by Viz and it shows some shots from one of the volumes that's big enough to read but don't expect it to be the complete volume. The episodes themselves are pretty good quality and you can choose from having English or Japanese audio and subtitles.
The packaging is pretty nice, too much pink for my taste, but still nice and it has some quotes and pictures throughout. There isn't a booklet but after the case is taken out of the sleeve it folds out to show an episode guide on the left side and what to find on each disc.
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90 of 99 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I didn't expect It would be THIS cool March 18, 2010
By Colby
I won't go into too much detail, because part of the fun of this anime series is just hanging on for the ride, not knowing alot going into it.

But basically the story is about a girl who enters a very nice, prestigious high school where rich kids are numerous and poor people are thought of as fairytale material. She meets the highschool's Host Club, which is basically a group of young men who entertain the school's young ladies. Keep in mind they're all rich, and somewhat arrogant, so they kind of just sit around and talk about rich kid stuff.

The Host Club thinks she's a guy, she accidently breaks an expensive vase and instantly earns herself a very large debt, and the only way to pay it off is to join the Host Club.

This is just the beginning. Like I said I don't want to go into too much detail because Ouran High School Host Club is the type of anime that is best enjoyed when not too much is known about it going in.

I was mainly interested in the series because I thought they were all guys (she looks like a guy when she works as a "Host Boy") and I thought it would be fun and romantic (and gay) to watch.

It is fun, and romantic too. But Its not what I expected. However, I never thought it would be THIS good! I am really enjoying the series (almost finished with it) and I like how each episode brings enough humor and character movement to keep you interested. And speaking of the humor, I find myself laughing out-loud alot. This type of comedy is just the thing I have been looking for. And there's just enough gay humor too!

The animation is really cool. Very detailed, and cartoonish (if only to add to the comedic effect). The music is nice, but nothing worth freaking out over.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Seriously my favorite anime EVER! September 13, 2010
By Emily
I usually hate anime. I'm the type of person that complains every time I see a book made into a movie, just because I don't think adaptations do justice to the original work. I'm a big fan of the manga, so I thought I'd give the anime a shot. I was extremely shocked when I began watching. This show is just as good as the manga. It follows the story line, with the addition/subtraction of some plot points and a different Ouran Fair plot. Each of the voice actors (in English and Japanese) do each character justice. The characters themselves are hilarious and diverse. The plot is entertaining. Don't let the pink covering fool you; this show isn't even that girly/shojo-y. The fact that I actually bought the series really says something, especially since I watched the whole series twice through a friend before buying it on Amazon (and I'm super duper frugal). Since buying it, I've watched all the episodes at least two more times, my favorites more. This really is a must have. If I could, I would give this series a higher rating.
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27 of 36 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Anime!! April 10, 2010
This is one of the greatest romance comedy. I mean I could watch this anime over and over. The characters are so colorful and full of life. This anime is a real enjoyment. I love this anime and I watch it over and over!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Kiss Kiss Fall In Love! September 8, 2010
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Well the series lives up to its reputation. Its a great watch. I've seen both the Japanese and English dub and I must say that both of them rock. Vic Mignona's reputation proceeds him. Though I think Caitlin Glass's voice at times gets annoying its a great story. Greg Ayers (Kaoru) is amazing.
A young genius has been accepted to the prestigious academy of Ouran where only the wealthy attend school. Haruhi is but a poor girl going to school on the merits of her brain, she dresses sloppily and is a real loner. But the one day seeking refuge she goes into a music room for peace and quite only to find the chaotic host club who attend to the lovely fantasies of young women at the school with their dashing looks. You have Tamaki, the romantic king. Kyoya, the cool type. Honey, the boy lolita type (who is second to the oldest surprisingly when he's so short). Mori the silent and stoic type. And Hikaru and Kaoru the mischievious types. Haruhi ends up breaking a vase that puts her in so much debt she is made to be the dog of the host club attending to their errands until they catch sight of her charms and decide to use her as a host as well... freaking out after they finally discover she's a girl. It is up to Haruhi to make sense in the chaos that is the host club and finish her debt. But will love find a way in the host club?
The only thing I must say that's negative about the series is no darn kiss between our favorite couple nor the ending isn't like the book, then again the manga is yet to end.
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