English: InuYasha the Movie 4: Fire on the Mystic Island
Synonyms: Inu Yasha: Guren no Houraijima
Japanese: 犬夜叉 紅蓮の蓬莱島
Dec 23, 2004
1 hr. 27 min.
PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
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SynopsisThe mysterious island of Houraijima has reappeared after 50 years, and with its reappearance has brought the attack of four gods, the Shitoushin, who have their eyes set on the powers that protect and sustain the island. Now it's up to Inuyasha and his friends, along with Sesshoumaru, to find a way to defeat the powerful Shitoushin.
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Ending Theme"Rakuen(Paradise)" by Do as Infinity
fire on the mystic island, the fourth and last inuyasha movie to date. well, seeing that this one has no reviews on it, i will do the honors of writing it one. as an inuyasha movie, this one had some of the typical characteristic aspects to it as such: fighting demons, romance, jokes/humor, an event that happened in the past brought back, and the group coming to the rescue once again. this one played more on mythology that i found to be enjoyable and expanded on the half demon relationship with the world. it had a suiting story line to carry on like that of the first and second movies. the one big thing i noticed about this movie was how similar the art was to the anime itself. it seems that from the first movie that was different, they slowly made their way back to this point where the fourth one is almost the same but not quite. i found that to be very appealing on the eyes and familiar as an inuyasha fan. the music in this movie was was beautiful and fitting to me. it sounded like something that belonged with an inuyasha movie and was rather beautiful. oh and don't forget that the english voices that gave the characters their personality, despite others ripping on the english dubs, are all back in action. this movie kept my attention with some of the cuter points in it and the back story to it i found enjoyable/fitting of an inuyasha movie. overall, i found it to be a good movie and i would re watch it anytime. i'm just sad that the movies are over now xD i want more! read more
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