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My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising

Duration: 104 min

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IMDb: 8.0

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Class 1-A visits Nabu Island, where they finally get to do some real hero work. The location is so calm that it is more like a holiday… until they are attacked by a villain with an unfathomable Quirk! His power is eerily comfortable, and it looks like Shigaraki had a hand in the strategy. But with Might retired and citizens’ lives at stake, there’s no time for questions. Deku and his friends are the second generations of heroes, and they are the island’s only hope.
“In terms of storytelling and animation quality, this anime experience is a step forward from its predecessor, My Hero Academia: Two Heroes. While both movies have stories which are more focused and easier to follow than the typical hydra-headed cast-of-thousands storytelling approach is so common to anime, My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising includes a more sophisticated and innovative cartoon style than Two Heroes, while generally avoiding the awkward attempts at humor that marred the first film. Even though it occasionally veers dangerously close to flying off the rails, in the end, casual viewers will probably have the ability to enjoy this film as far as anime superfans.
There is, comparatively speaking, a focus and restraint into the narrative and a taste for letting the chaos happening in the battle scenes as opposed to in asides and subplots that distract and contribute to dead ends. Clunky tries to make character backstories where they’re not needed fall flat. Still, the movie never meanders too far from the central narrative, averting confusion for anybody who’s not 100% familiar with all the previous movie or the manga where they’re based. The end result is a film with a story that’s as engaging as it is visually exciting.”


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