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Please Twins - Three's Company (Vol. 1)

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Please Twins - Three's Company (Vol. 1) DVD

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  • Format: Animated, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Bandai
  • DVD Release Date: November 23, 2004
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00030590S
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #244,879 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Merida Stark on November 2, 2004
Format: DVD
The plot in this series has got to be the cutest! It reminds me of some others I've seen, especially in movies that aren't animes, where the main character only has a few clues as to where they come from and what their past is. This is partially one of THOSE movies - as is to be expected! But there's something more in Maiku and his "sisters" than meets the generalness of the plotline.

(By the way, that plot is:)
A guy name Maiku Kamishiro doesn't know his past but he has a clue: a photo. The photo is of two kids (brother and sister) in a pool in front of a house. He finds the house in the photo and moves there so it will be easier to find his twin and just when he gets settled in and living good, two different girls (Mina and Karen) show up claiming to be his twin sister. Since he has no clue which is really his real family, he lets them both live with him (not smart!) until things get sorted out and they can find out. He's got school and work and stuff to do - not let girls get in the way; especially since he may or may not be falling in love with one of them. It gets kinda crazy.

Filled with happy and sad, touching and embarassing moments, this is one anime that is surely going to keep you watching, if only to find out which of the annoying girls (personal opinion; not widespread!) is actually related to Maiku. You'll have fun finding out... I think.

If you liked Please Teacher (Onegai Sensei), then it's not very likely you'll enjoy Please Twins! I didn't really see the connection between the two, so if this is supposed to be a sequel, it fails! Meep. You may be looking for a fanserviced anime, in which case this one's good. It gets crazy, but it's worth a try!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dennis Jiang on July 19, 2005
Format: DVD
Today was the first day that I viewed please twins and I have got to say that it has a great story line. It starts with a boy named Maiku Kamishiro and how he is the main character in this crazy anime. Through out all of his life hes been left to an orphanage until one day he just decided to get out of there and start a life. Maiku has one place that he has always dreamed of getting away and now he has found a place of his own. The basic story was that he was left with a photo of himself and another child believing that there was another twin sister. Unfortunately he doesnt have any clues to whom the sister is until one day two girls named Miina Miyafuji and Karen Onodera show up. Both of them claim to be his long lost sister, but there seems to be a problem. Even though they both have the same eye color as Maiku there was only one other person in the photo. Both of the girls present Maiku with the same photo and all of them were in an orphanage until now. Maiku must now find a way unlock the secret and find out who the sister is and who the stranger is. This anime is definitly a must buy. It may not be a sequel to the series Please Teacher, but it has a good story line and I recommend this series to any fan that enjoys love, comedy, and relationship type movies. One more thing this is a 16+ anime and there is nudity in it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 28, 2005
Format: DVD
Maiki Kamishio is an orphan, and only has a photograph of him and his twin sister as a clue to his family. One day, he sees a news report on TV and recognizes the town from the photograph. He visits that town, finding the house in the photo, which is now rundown, and decides to rent it and fix it up. Two months later, two girls show up on his doorstep, Miina and Karen, each with a copy of the very same photo. It seems that one of these girls is his twin sister, the other a stranger. He allows the two of them to move in.

Things get very interesting from there, that is to say, very hilarious, as both Miina and Karen start to have romantic feelings towards him. To make things even more interesting, there is an alien that visits them from time to time. And what about his teacher, is she an alien too? And his gay friend that is always coming on to him, the class president who is stalking him, and the clas vice-president who also has a crush on him...things get very interesting indeed
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. Savino on December 8, 2004
Format: DVD
First off let me start out by saying that Bandai,you did it again.You have made this one complete package,they always have the best extras;cd soundtrack,photo album,and collectible postcards!This is definately a series to own.Okay lets start the review!

The players:

Kamishirow Maiku(pronounced like "Mike").

Miyafuji Miina.

Onodera Karen.

The plot:

Maiku Kamishirow has only one clue to his childhood,a photograph.This photo shows two children,one apparently Maiku,and the other his twinn sister.With this one and only clue Maiku moves out on his own to the house shown in the picture.Hoping to get some clue as to who he really is and to finally find his true family,or at the very least find the girl in the photo.Just when things begin to settle down both school and his job as a computer programmer,ol' life has a way of messing things up.Enter Miina Miyafuji,a 16 year old girl claiming to be his twin sister."We have the same color eyes."(You are going to hear that alot.)Because this is the only lead he has, he decides to let her live with him in the house they were born in ......maybe?As if things could'nt get any worse(wink,wink)knock,knock!"If you're some girl claiming to born in this house Go Away!!""So I can't come in then?"Theres ol' life again,meet Karen Onodera, who also happens to have the same color eyes as both Maiku and Miina.I don't want to spoil the rest of the episodes so you'll have to buy it yourself and see just how good finding a family is, even if it is just for awhile!

Please Twins is a sure bet if you enjoyed last years Please Teacher(Onegai Teacher).But even if you did'nt I highly recomend adding to your collection,you will not be dissapointed.
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