Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train delivers an emotionally turbulent spectacle that can anesthetize its audience, defeating “Spirited Away”, animation
Although the moviegoers do not really follow the series or the manga, the neatly arranged storyline on the big screen version has attracted attention with a touch of emotional kinship, humor and the appearance of typical images of Japanese anime that are loaded with expressive looks.
In the anime Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train, it still tells of Tanjiro Kamado’s journey with his younger brother Nezuko who transformed into a monster. A journey to forge himself into a monster exterminator. Compared to the series that explains more about the origins of the life change tanjiro kamado and his sister Nezuko then this anime version also incorporates into the storyline with the manga version. This is what makes the big screen version highly anticipated by fans.
The cold hands of Demon Slayer creator Makoto Shinkai (5 centimenters per second, Your Name, Weathering With You) have become a lot of discussion in every screening of the anime, from cinemags monitoring starting from his native Japan, Thailand, to Indonesia.
In addition, the captivating storyline brings a strong bond between Tanjiri Kamado, Nezuko, Inosuke Hashibira and Zenitsu Agatsuma to a level higher than the death appeal of the monsters, so that between conscious and in the dream world the four of them work hand in hand to carry out the main mission of eradicating monsters in any way. The compactness of these four characters, which are complemented by their advantages and disadvantages, makes the atmosphere un monotan and the rhythm of the storyline awake up and down, providing breathing space for the eyes to see.
Overall demon slayer anime – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train , is able to provide a memorable spectacle during this pandemic and can attract viewers to watch it through the big screen, where the viewing room gets more satisfaction when compared to watching through the media lannya.
Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train is available in theaters from January 6, 2020
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