Digimon Adventure tri. 4: Soushitsu

Digimon Adventure tri. Loss

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English: Digimon Adventure tri. Loss
Synonyms: Digimon tri. 4
Japanese: デジモンアドベンチャーtri.(トライ)第4章「喪失」


Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Feb 25, 2017
Producers: Sonilude
Licensors: Shout! Factory
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Original
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, ComedyComedy, DramaDrama
Duration: 1 hr. 22 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.311 (scored by 2734527,345 users)
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Ranked: #23472
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Popularity: #2466
Members: 50,380
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The Chosen Children have been reunited with their Digimon partners, who no longer remember them due to the effects of a digital reset. While everyone tries to reconnect with their digital monsters, Sora Takenouchi encounters resistance from Piyomon, who stubbornly refuses to speak to her. Suddenly, an attack by a hostile Digimon separates the group, scattering them and their Digimon across the Digital World.

Back in the human world, Daigo Nishijima of the Incorporated Administrative Agency receives a warning that a new entity is in pursuit of "Libra," which he believes to be an alias for Meicoomon. For some reason, Meicoomon retains all of her memories and therefore still recalls her partner Meiko Mochizuki, who has come alone to the Digital World to find her. If they hope to identify what other forces have been driving the incidents thus far, the Chosen Children must survive the obstacles of the recreated Digital World and make their way back home.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Iwahata, Gouichi
Maeda, Ai
Theme Song Performance


Opening Theme

"Butter-Fly~tri. Version~" by Kouji Wada

Ending Theme

"keep on~tri. Version~" by AiM

Feb 24, 2017
curvedtree (All reviews)
There will be spoilers, be advised.

First and foremost, don't watch "Digimon TRI 4: Soushitsu" with any preconceptions of how the episodes will be, don't expect anything whatsoever, otherwise you might end up deeply disappointed.

From the last movies we could already expect that the digimons didn't have any memories from the digidestined, but did they really have to stall for 3 episodes, 75% of the movies, to make the digimons "trust" again their digipartners, thus evolving? The first three episodes will be just that, specially focused on Sora and the word "helpless", (bonus game: drink a shot every time you hear someone calling the other "helpless").

Also, read more
Feb 24, 2017
Raito (All reviews)
The fourth movie of the sequel to our beloved Digimon Adventure franchise sure turned out disappointing.

I don't even think at this point that the creators of this movie have any love for this franchise, this is garbage compared to the original seasons. Let me clarify on something;

Since when has a rookie level Digimon done anything to a higher level Digimon, in the first episode of Digimon Adventure the whole gang used their rookie level moves on a champion level Kuwagamon with barely any results and now some newborn rookie Digimon pulls out a 10 second stun on a mega level Machinedramon with a bark!? At read more
Feb 25, 2017
Polkadottedsky (All reviews)
So here we go...after a long await that is.

Story, since this continues off from the previous movies, I'm basing this off as a "per movie" ideal instead. I've enjoyed how Sora and Piyomon's relation came out in the end so I'd say this bit would be at least an 8 or 8.5, however there was quite the confusion and errors unfortunately making it at least a 6. Especially how Salamon can land a stun (lol). Also there was one moment with Sora with Gennai that made me laugh tremendously but that wasn't entirely necessary at all sadly. So I want to say, story wise, 7 read more
Feb 25, 2017
Tacas (All reviews)
It has been a long wait since the third film of the Digimon Adventure tri. Franchise, Kokuhaku, has aired. As it ended on a cliffhanger, many Digimon fans could not wait to see what would happen next. Unfortunately, Soushitsu, the long-awaited fourth film, does not fulfil all expectations satisfyingly.

At its beginning, the film expands on concepts of the TV series and becomes very emotional while explaining the motives for the actions of a certain character. It manages to build onto loose ends without disturbing the continuity of previous instalments. As great as these few scenes may be, this high quality introduction unfortunately is the climax read more

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These Movies are only good during the last 10 minutes.
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