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Demon Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train 2021 Movie Review Poster Trailer Online
Director: Haruo Sotozaki
Writer: Koyoharu Gotouge
Stars: Natsuki Hanae, Akari Kitô, Yoshitsugu Matsuoka
I was worried because the movie is in the train, and I was afraid it will become boring. After I finished the movie, i realize that I shouldn’t worried about this thing from the start. Every scene in this movie is really well planed, if the action scene start getting too long they will change it into another scene so we will not get bored with the action (I mean the composition of action and te conversation is balance.)
And then the effects, both 3D and 2D. It’s P E R F E C T. Even though we only have 2 hours to know Rengoku character, but the feeling, the emotion still really hit me. Like I cry a river in the cinema😬
It’s really recommended! But please remind this in your mind that you need to watch the season 1 before you watch this movie.
This movie’s story is not a great or a new one. We’ve seen it a million times, in animes and countless fantasies. If you are expecting the movie to tell you one great story, its really not for you.
The movie, however does not let you blink. Its just too damn beautiful. Soundtracks, are spot- on and worth listening to over and over again. The animation is… the best out there is any anime. A lot of cliche, more than a few unfunny gags, but the animation makes up for it. The studio really has done their job well to keep me glued to seat.
These days it’s not easy for us to go out to leisure facilities, needless to say, due to covid-19. Movie theaters are a few exceptions even in Japan where infection hasn’t been relatively severe. That most foreign films don’t play this year helps only domestic films such as “Demon Slayer” play unusually many times a day.
Covid also brought a serious blow to Japanese businesses which had already been in an economic slump for many years. Particularly in the pandemic era, people are likely to lose their ways and not to have an idea what they should do.
Demons originally symbolize unknown terrors to humans like earthquake, eruption, flood, or plague. The very classic story line, “a brave boy who has a sense of justice beats demons”, gives people a hope of salvation and brings about catharsis. The old-fashioned and creepy ambience depicted by a lavish, high-quality animation exactly fits with the current time.