Kuroko's Basketball Last Game
Accordingly, the final film for Kuroko no Basket also plays after the respective seasons, as soon as the generation of miracles has finally fought its way.
The characters are now confronted with an American team, which includes two other child prodigies. It has been made as antagonistic as it could have been done at all. In that sense, also a 1: 1 copy of "Hawk" from Hajime no Ippo as the main antagonist.
As a closing film, it wasn't bad, it had momentum and a subtle closing ceremony for the characters and their new paths.
However, this whole movie felt completely forced and like an
oversized Ova episode. Just the fact that the final opponents were terribly meaningless and the whole reason for their duel was a badly provoked joke. You should either have chosen a different plot or at least somehow connected it to the series. There was another character over the course of the second season who was significantly better than a potential antagonist.
There is nothing to complain about in terms of optics and animation. The game had a certain dynamic, fluid animation and was good enough for the eyes.
And that has been the biggest problem with the whole Kuroko no Basket anime for the most part. It's subtle as a sports title and can entertain, but it's mostly just something for the eye.
The series ultimately lacked a lot of character, detail, and atmosphere. Nonetheless, you can definitely watch the anime as long as you let yourself be put off.