I enjoyed this movie. It’s a fun, kid friendly superhero adventure. It’s not a masterpiece or particularly heavy. It’s just fun.
And Pixar has done it once again. I keep expecting them to mess up this franchise like they did their other franchises (Incredibles II was low impact, Inside Out was meh, never saw The Good Dinosaur), but they made yet another great, emotional Toy Story movie.
This movie was average. I read somewhere that it serves as an epilogue to Endgame and a set up on what happens next in the Marvel cinematic universe. It doesn’t do a good job as an epilogue or a set up. There is a big end credits scene with consequences for Spider-Man, but that doesn’t do much for the rest of the MCU.
Details: This is a review of all three movies in this trilogy; Tekketsu, Nekketsu, and Reiketsu. More information can be found at https://kizumonogatari-usa.com/
Kizumonogatari is a trilogy of movies that belong to the Monogatari franchise. There’s a whole bunch of seasons of anime that came out before these movies, none of which really matter to me. I don’t know anything about the franchise and only decided to watch these movies after seeing a clip of one of its very well animated action scenes. After watching these films, I can confirm that these movies contain some of the best animation I’ve ever seen.
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Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles smashes together two popular children’s franchises. The result is a forgettable movie that you should feel free to skip.