The human world has been attacked by an unknown force. Using poisoned thorns, it has put all humans to sleep. Agumon, Gaomon and Lalamon are the only ones left to defeat this enemy. Guided by Rhythm, a young girl they saved, they learn that their enemy is called Argomon. But what can the three digimon do, when they can't even evolve.
Digimon films have a weird habit of being called films despite having double episode length. However, most of the still manage to have some sort of plot, cool action, interesting new characters or act simply as a reminder of how awesome the Digimon season was. This is where the Savers film probably surprises fans. Unlike the usual double episode we got single episode “film” and, even more surprisingly, less characters than in original season. Why the creators did that is completely beyond me.
Evil Digimon attacks and seals all humans. So the Digimon have to release them and defeat him. Sounds nice at first, right?
We can see Digimon used to get help from humans do something on their own. Of course, let’s not forget that one of the biggest charms of Digimon, evolution, is gone. So, we’re left with rookies fighting all Digimon. Still sounds nice since they’ll have to use some strategy. What if their strategy is run as fast and far as you can and leaving team members behind? Still looks interesting? In that case you’ll freaking love this film because that’s where the plot and characters end. Oh, there’s also tons of cliché and meaningful talks all around. Just go along with it if you want to enjoy it. This is about as pointless and cliché 20 minutes full of plot devices as can be.
Savers art. Nothing else. They didn’t even try to do something spectacular or different.
Totally memorable stuff. Just don’t ask me to name something. I don’t even remember the opening or ending. If there were any.
Just our four main Digimon and a mysterious girl. If you really want some mystery in this, don’t think. Because the second you do, all mystery will be lost. The mysterious girl plays a very important role in this film. She’s the most colourful thing in the world, so they have to preserve her to fly her into the sun. No, not really, she’s just a colourful bush to drag along, I just needed to write something here. There’s really nothing else.
If this category was called “boredom” I would rate it 11/10. Throughout the whole thing, I was wondering why the hell they did this. Was it to punish fans and laugh at them? Was it to milk? Was it to show off character design that was scrapped (she really doesn’t serve any other purpose)? I really have no idea. This has no story to tell, no deep meaning, no character development, the interesting setting is completely butchered and if you think about it, you’ll know the end before it even starts.
I’m very biased about rating Digimon. Being longtime fan, it doesn’t matter how bad they are, I can’t rate them lower than 4 since that’s the line of my “hate” rating. So, it leaves with “overrating” because if this were any other universe than Digimon, it wouldn’t get higher than 3 on my scale.
Like most other Digimon movies, this one starts out with no back story and just drops you into wherever the writers thought was a good place to start.
The story wasn't original, actually, there wasn't much of a story at all, worlds in trouble by some super digimon, main characters have to defeat that digimon to save the world.......thats it, pretty much the same story from every other digimon movie and anime, so nothin new there.
The art was good, its average quality but still pleasing to look at and the sound was ok as well, some of the voices annoyed me but it was good acting.
characters are the exact same from the anime except for some girl digimon that cant really do anything.
I didnt really like this anime mostly because it was to short and they probably could have done a much better job just by making it an hour or more, the fighting was rushed and unrealistic (well i cant spoil it, you'll just have to watch to see what i mean) and after it was over i didnt feel satisfied but somewhat dissapointed.
I dont want to sound like i hated it but it could have been better if it was longer, i dont really have anything more to say but i hope someone likes it more than me :)
after watching this alot of questions arise. but im not going to give many spoilers as its fairly worth watching.
This story drops you in to a story that has not been explained but you find out that the world (some how) has been taken over by a digimon named argomon. he has trapped all humans into cocoon like pods in a deep sleep as Argomon is annoyed that humans have been destroying the world. You are also introduced to a girl names Rhythm who seem to be the only human not in a cocoon but but has come from the digital world and has
something to do with argomon.
it ends with an awsome battle, a kick-ass rock ending theme and a fairly funny blooper clip show during the credits. worth watching