|And for some reason the yellow becomes green for this PV.|
I think the worst thing about Wonderful Cupid, for both the song itself and the PV, is that it is just too simple. I mean Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star sounds like a more complex tune than Wonderful Cupid and is only beat in the fact that WC (a perfect abbreviation for such a flushable tune) runs on for 2 1/2 minutes longer than it should. Honestly they just needed to do something with the song's melody to change it up a bit more and it would have been so much better. The monotonous feeling of this song just makes it feel like it's dragging on and trying to bore you into a stupor instead of sing you to sleep.
The PV is okay. It fits the song, for better or worse, but does not seem to try to much else.
|Let's see what Yamada did on his summer vacation.|
|Yamada wishing he was in any other book than this.|
I do actually like how you have the song lyrics as the book's text. Though the fact that all the kanji has furigana is a rather big indication on the ages this release is most likely aimed for, pre-teens.
I really do not care for how light Nakayama Yuma's hair color is. But part of it could be more from how light the PV in general is and it might look better if set against something that would contrast with it.
|Random white girl walking fake dog.|
|Yamada showing the others his ingenious plan to get out of the PV, walk out.|
|And this is pretty much the climax of the entire PV...|
|Yuma, where did you get your animals for your pet store? That hamster is bigger than the cat.|
|Even though he's smiling I can't help but feel his eyes are screaming "Save me!"|
And I really have nothing to say at this point as my brain kept thinking of anything else than this song and PV so it could keep itself awake. Though I do wonder how the boys felt about this song and PV. I mean they must be getting to the point where they would want to do something else with NYC than sing songs like this.
|And now let us never speak of this again.|