It starts out kinda hazy. But the great art compells you to stay glued to the screen and the storyline is nice and it makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside... Cuz u kno itz the holidays and ppl are suppose to feel like that.. Wat!! ... Im nt gay
man this one was equally just as amazing as all the others i now worship you man...
thanx for this episode
I love these series you are the awesomest! (if there were such word) I love you!
Great end to a great series
I reviewed Part 4 when it first came out, so I am a fan of There She Is. When the final part came out I was like "YAY I've been waiting for this for months!" So I opened it up and started viewing it, it started out really nice and sweet, then later when the rock music started playing, the sudden joy filled in, I felt excited all the way and I wanted to keep on watching. I loved it when Doki and Nabi (wow I remember the names) hugged near the end, it made me feel like "BEST MOMENT EVER!". It almost made me cry and how superb the ending was
The Music choice for this one was great because, like all the previous ones, it fits the mood of the animation perfectly.
Now seeing all five, it amazes me on how SamBakZa are awesome at doing series, they only did one other animation but that was removed. What makes them so great was how well they did at gradually making it from a comedy to a full romance animation while keeping fully to a storyline and not make it on one side of the table (meaning not to happy, seeing how good step 4 was). The animation is even more impressive, with the 3D effects used very well and not just there because it is possible.
I might be talking nonsense, but what I'm trying to say is that the There She Is series are superb, it looks like it would be on DVD in the future, though unsure about SamBakZa's future plans I won't keep my hopes high. It's a shame that this is the final one, it makes me sad.
This is my final word and this to me a while to write down: "Amalloc, Song. Songhwa and Sogong, members of SamBakZa. What you brought was a series of epic masterpieces that touched so many peoples hearts. Thank you! Good luck with your future!".