Page, Akira, Box, Taiko and Izumu are five otaku living in the Akihabara district, each with their own different characters. They are connected by the fact that they have each sought help from the website 'Yui's Lifeguard'. In honor of Yui's death, they decide to create a search engine that is unique to each user. Their idea is picked up by Nakagomi, the CEO of Digi Capital. A story of friendship and standing by each other.
After reading all the bad reviews and comments about this movie I only watched it because it has a good cast, and I kinda wanted to see them playing a different role. I won't lie, it started much better than expected, I even thought that maybe it was not going to be THAT bad... but I was fooled. It was as bad as expected.
At first I thought it was an story about a different and deep friendship between otakus, each one of them with their own habits, pecualirites and background, and I became to like it since it showed the life from the deepest inside of Akihabara. But then it started developing in a rather weird and unrealistic film that looked more like an anime to me, they even had this gundam outfits at some point. Not to mention the random violent scenes I didn't get at all; they only made the thing looking disgusting.
I'm only giving it 2 stars because of the acting. Narimiya Hiroki and Yamada Yuu were flawless (I knew those two wouldn't disappoint me) while Oshinari Shugo followed his usual line of giving a different touch to the movie, which I totally love. Miura Haruma was as pretty and dull as usual, but well, at least this time it suit the character and he didn't end up making the whole thing boring as hell by himself. But the best thing was Sasaki Kuranosuke. That man is really something great.
To finish this, unless you're a fan of any of the actors in this movie, don't watch it.