Opening songs
OP 1- Ichiban Ippai (Aki Toyosaki)

Ending songs
ED 1- Singing! (Yoko Hikasa)

Genre: Drama, Comedy

Another anime movie review! Its going to be my second one thus far, but it shouldn't be too much different from normal anime reviews. So without further ado, let's get down to it. Today's movie is "K-on!"'s movie. It doesn't have a particularly special name to it, so lets just call it the "K-on!" movie (Bleach movie was called "The hell verse"). What can I say? Its "K-on!", that alone would sell to a ton of fans already. Even if the movie sucked major balls, all the moe-hungry fans would still rush to the theaters during the premier to catch a final glimpse of their favorite moe high school band. Does that mean the movie sucks? F**king no, far from that.

We'll probably never forget about them, even if we won't ever be seeing them again.

The opening song the movie is "Ichiban Ippai" by Aki Toyosaki, seiyuu of Yui. Like most the "K-on!" anime openings, this is another fast-beat catchy song that gets you off your feet. The cute and high pitched voice of Yui works here, and it'll probably make a good "Osu" or "Stepmania" beatmap :). The ending song is "Singing" by Yoko Hikasa, aka Mio. Its awesome, probably my 2nd favorite of her "K-on!" related songs, right behind "Sweet bitter beauty song" and "No! Thank you!". Great stuff, there's just no denying that as a J-pop fan.

Rating: 8.0/10

It's a great movie. Come on, don't give me that look. "K-on! is a wonderful franchise that I would never want to part ways with, and this movie just made me feel even stronger towards that. I kind of wanted a direct sequel to what happened after season 2, but wishful thinking isn't enough, because its not. It takes place somewhere near the end of season 2, and while that wasn't what I wanted, it worked out pretty well in the end, because I thought that this was a funny, entertaining and heartfelt movie. Everything we love about "K-on!" applies  here, but in a larger scale I guess.

That's right girls! Keep staying adorable!

Taking place in season 2, the story of the movie begins as Yui, Ritsu, Mio and Tsumugi pass their university entrance exams. All of them are going to the same university....except Azusa, who has another year to go. In the midst of celebrating they decide where they want to go for their graduation trip...they settle for London, of all places. So without much to decide upon, they head to London, and you do know that 5 japanese high school girls, especially such retarded and ditsy ones, going to London without any adults pretty much spells trouble. Putting their musical talents to good use, they attempt to spark the life of Japanese music into London among all the mess.

If movies are all about the substance, then you've got what you came for when you decided on this movie. Fans of  "K-on!" are probably the ones who are going to watch this anyway, so I can safely say that if you're a fan, this is pretty much a win-win situation, because everything we know and love about "K-on!" is probably present in this movie. This may or may not be the last we see of "HTT", but I sure as hell hope we do see more.