Boku no Hero Academia the Movie 1: Futari no Hero


My Hero Academia: Two Heroes

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Alternative Titles

English: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes
Synonyms: My Hero Academia the Movie: The Two Heroes
Japanese: 僕のヒーローアカデミア THE MOVIE ~2人の英雄(ヒーロー)~

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Aug 3, 2018
Producers: TOHO animation, Shueisha
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Bones
Source: Manga
Genres: ActionAction, ShounenShounen, Super PowerSuper Power
Duration: 1 hr. 36 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 7.801 (scored by 188710188,710 users)
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Ranked: #8032
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Popularity: #338
Members: 342,166
Favorites: 1,125
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Synopsis

U.A. High School's students of Class 1-A have made it to summer break. Izuku Midoriya accompanies his mentor All Might to a celebratory superhero festival on I-Island, an isolated patch of land dedicated to researching Quirks and everything else associated with the hero business. Midoriya is granted the opportunity to meet All Might's friend Dave and Dave's daughter Melissa, two talented hero equipment engineers. He also encounters his classmates, most of whom have been given the opportunity to spend part of their summer break at the festival.

However, a mysterious squad of villains infiltrates I-Island, and it is up to Midoriya and his friends to confront them, using their developing Quirks to fight off the new enemy and uncover a treacherous plot.

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Staff

Nagasaki, Kenji
Director
Mima, Masafumi
Sound Director
Kuroda, Yousuke
Script
Suda, Masaki
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Ending Theme

"Long Hope Philia (ロングホープ・フィリア)" by Masaki Suda



Aug 3, 2018
ttcchen (All reviews)
Not the greatest anime movie I've seen, but definitely far from the worse. The plot is kind of predictable but the fact that it's not a filler movie that pulled a plot out of its arse, it actually provides us some background story of All Might and adds to his characterization earns an 8/10 from me.

Story: 8/10 Plot didn't really get me super excited as I watched (maybe I was expecting too much after seeing the plot of this series). The movie's plot is rather simple. Twists are predictable. But the fights and character interaction makes up those flaws.

Art: 7/10 some part of the art read more
Sep 25, 2018
websky (All reviews)
Boku no Hero Academia the Movie: Futari no Hero is predictable, from the very beginning, but still a typical shounen movie that will make you smile.

It's an enjoyable movie, but this is overshadowed by the fact the artwork looks like a budget episode from the series (most of the time anime movies have better animation, but I find it's the opposite here).

They introduce the new characters well. Melissa despite being a little bland you can get behind her actions. Dave as well, when you find out his motivation and relationship with All Might.

Though I find the movie gives quite a bit read more
Feb 22, 2019
KanonDE (All reviews)
I watched this movie some days ago and it's one of the worst movies I have watched in a long time and entirely just feels like a cheap cash grab.

Story
The story is the first big problem with the movie because the movie relies completely on plot conveniences and it's incredible just how predictable everything is I literally knew how everything will end in the first 10 minutes of watching it.

Art
Simply put, the art/animations in this movie are horrendous and it's unbelievable that Studio Bones released it like this. In some scenes they used really ugly looking CGI which didn't fit at all and somehow it read more
Aug 19, 2018
Nutmeg_Juice (All reviews)
This movie is what you would expect from a MHA movie. It centers around the lovable and diverse cast of characters, all in a self-contained arc of heroism and villainy. I walked into this movie expecting well animated action scenes mixed in with fun character interactions and dynamics. The movie did indeed match my expectations in that regard.

Story: 7
Not the strongest aspect of this movie, as it was pretty predictable and cookie-cutter for a movie about heroes. The plot can be basically boiled down into good guys hitting bad guys - which pretty much completely sums up the content of this show. Not all read more

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