Boku no Hero Academia the Movie 1: Futari no Hero

My Hero Academia: Two Heroes

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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)~
English: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes
German: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes
Spanish: My Hero Academia la Película: Dos Héroes.
French: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes
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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Aug 3, 2018
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Bones
Source: Manga
Genre: ActionAction
Theme: Super PowerSuper Power
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 1 hr. 36 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.541 (scored by 463691463,691 users)
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Ranked: #17202
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #263
Members: 752,202
Favorites: 1,412

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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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Apr 6, 2024
Let's address the first point: yes, this film falls into the category of a generic superhero movie. However, amidst the current landscape where superhero narratives are being deconstructed and substituted with tales merely featuring superheroes, rather than embodying the essence of heroism, this film manages to distinguish itself more than ever. Remarkably, it has aged better than the heavily politicized content churned out by both DC and Marvel.

I would argue that what sets this film apart is its embrace of classic hero storytelling and its willingness to revel in the inherent absurdity of a world teeming with superpowered individuals and the societal shifts that accompany ...
Oct 13, 2023
Mixed Feelings
It was fun, I mean it wasn't spectacular? It was fun. Do you know what I mean? As stated before by others, it's incredibly predictable and unoriginal (that sounds so bad but come on, what did we really expect) but it's still a pretty good time. I would say it is not necessary to watch this movie to understand the series at all. It has some lore but I don't think will affect the main series in the slightest.

Art style remains the same from the series, very high quality.

The characters are as you would expect from the series: kind of generic, predictable (sorry but let's ...
Nov 23, 2021
Unambitious anime movie that exists primarily so that there would be at least one movie attached to the series. If anything is impressive about it, it's the relative diversity of "requisite anime tropes" it draws from. They go to a carnival island where the rules of the main story apply less (never relevant), they need to climb to the top floor of a tower (that is never visually interesting), the movie is a movie-original escort mission (which never goes over well), the climax of the movie is two of the main characters combining their main attack. Being derivative isn't bad; it's often very good. However, ...

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