Well, well. What have I got to say... That was some pretty good words coming from a guy who has spent so much time trying to get her to wake up again. This Sci-Fi romance film was something I wouldn't have expected to be extraordinary, I kind of kept my hopes down for the entire film. But after watching the movie, it felt... decent? good? I was confused at that point. However, what I CAN say is that the romance was implied pretty strongly on the main character. Spending 10 years to save a girl you literally
just started dating with? That's some sheer determination there my good old friend. Enough sputtering filler phrases, let me start my review on Hello World.
To begin with, the story felt... confusing? Especially at the end, it might make you go, "what just happened?" Well yeah, that was me as well. But if you got confused at any part during the movie other than the last, I suggest you go watch Steins;Gate again to turn yourself into a true mad scientist! (Not sponsored by Dr. Pepper) However, you got to catch the information quickly especially at the first when it was the most crucial about his future self explaining about ALLTALE Quantum technology. If you missed that, good luck trying to understand the whole movie. If you didn't miss that however, good for you then! You have just gotten the whole gist of the movie. Now onto the romance, as a romance-freak, I don't know I should be happy or not. But all Naomi did was just follow his future self's instruction and got her in the basement. Why can't that happen to me as well? I want my future self to get me a girlfriend too! Sadly, this is indeed a Sci-Fi movie so I cannot complain and whine about it, but still!
Now onto the art & animation, which the art felt lackluster in emotions for a Romance film. However, do keep in mind that this a full CGI film, so get ready to see some wack animation. I only noticed one however, but it downgraded the whole thing since that animation was literally one of the simplest ones that is given a lot of time, I can probably do it as well. Back to the art, although lackluster, there were a few scenes that were incredibly cute thanks to the visuals. So it depends on whether you care about the Romance or the Sci-Fi, and then you see it yourself from a specific viewpoint then on. What I have to seriously criticize on however is the amount of color they used in the movie. Oh my lord there was so much rainbow beams shining everywhere my eyes actually hurt from watching. That is one thing I want everyone to take note of : A LOT OF RAINBOW
Not to mention, the music was pretty dope. It's honestly personal preference though since we all have different tastes in music. But for me, I loved it. As for the voice actors, they've honestly done a pretty good job at... doing their job? There were some moments however that should've been implied harder than what was screened. So... director's issue? I don't understand the industry that much so I assume I have no say in something trivial like this. But still, good job.
Okay, Ruri and Naomi were so cute together it just felt amazing. (and then the story went downhill from there but let's not talk about the sad times) | Naomi in the future felt like a how a mentor should feel like, although there were *some* "disagreements", he has done his part well at tutoring himself in the past. Naomi in the past wasn't a wimp either, you can see the his development throughout the story through sheer willpower to save Ruri. He isn't that wimpy kid that doesn't even dare to enter the library anymore, he is a reliable and independent teen that people can rely on. As for Ruri, the only true character development she got was only when she is with Naomi. But without her, this whole story wouldn't have existed so she is still crucial for the story.
Haha, I know everyone is waiting for this. If you hated this movie, you will want me to type here : I hated this shit 0/10 no watch pls. Vice versa, if you loved this movie, you will want me to type here : I loved this movie omg 10/10 pls watch. I'll be honest here, I have mixed feelings for the movie. For me, I love sci-fi theories and I read a lot about them. So naturally I understood and enjoyed the movie. But at the same time, I love to look at things on an unbiased scale. What about the people who just came here with no knowledge of sci-fi whatsoever? Will they know what's the butterfly effect? A parallel world? A paradox? Naturally, they will get confused and not enjoy the movie as much as I did. Personally, the romance contributed a great factor for those who did not understand the sci-fi stuff IMO. As I said above, I am a romance-freak, so I savored every moment of romance the movie contained. Now for the big revelation, I will get my enjoyment an 8/10.
Overall, if you have epilepsy, I will not recommend this movie due to the amount of colors and the motion. If you do not however, I can recommend it if you like Sci-Fi or romance. Or else, if you just like anything you watch then why are you here? Go ahead. However, if you are a critic that hates CGI, romance and time traveling. Then please, do not watch this. I already warned you beforehand. Well then, signing off. El Psy Congroo
A Sci-Fi Romance Film themed:
What if you had the chance to change one important day? A new day that can save the life of the only girl you loved. Will you take the risk and face the dangers and consequences?
A man travels in time from the year 2027 to relive his school years and to correct a bad decisions.
"I just wanted to see her smile again."
"Even if the world is destroyed, I want to see you one more time."
Movie Review: (Non-Spoiler)
Great and interesting story. Romance: 10/10.
At first it was confusing for me, then I realized "You're lucky if you've already watched
Steins;Gate" as it's really the best Sci-Fi anime that ever existed. We go back to the movie, since it's a Sci-Fi anime, you would really be confused at first then until there's the time where you'll finally get the flow of the story.
I can give it a 10 overall in the story but there were just some cliche scenes.
That plot twist tho. It made me happy and broken-hearted at the same time.
Animation: 10/10 MINDBLOWING!!
If you're a fan of art or animation scenes then this movie is a must watch for you. There were some aesthetic and realistic sceneries that you'll love to see. The movie is CGI overall. ROYGBIV animation means a lot of RAINBOW colored animation and effects. I get it why they focused on CGI. I loved the animation overall.
The soundtrack is literally great as well as the sound effects. It really syncs with the animation and the scenes
Cute and almost similar to KyoAni (the character designer was from Tamako Market/Love Story so basically that's his reference in my opinion). Best character was Naomi the male lead, his character development throughout the movie was amazing but without Ruri the story would be different.
Japanese Actors/Actress voicing an anime character is not new to me since I'm an avid fan of them and JDrama as well but I love the way they perform each of their roles especially Tori Matsuzaka who voiced the older Naomi. The chemistry of Minami Hamabe and Takumi Kitamura never changed since their portrayal of "I Want to Eat Your Pancreas" Live Action (I love these two ❤)
The movie was not I've expected after watching the trailer several times. It was totally unexpected for me so I really enjoyed the whole movie. I was like, "Ohh, so this movie is something different." Some cute moments etc,. The story, animation, characters, casts and sounds were great overall. ❤❤
Best Sci-Fi Romance anime movie I've seen and watched so far.
Don't tell me I made it overrated. To be honest I just really love Sci-Fi anime and then you add or mix it with romance?? Oh my, it's already a bonus ❤
Must-watch for animation lovers especially those who love Sci-Fi a lot.
Congrats 🎉 and Thank You ❤ to all the people who were behind in making this wonderful movie.
Sword Art Online + Summer Wars + Inspection = Hello World
The Ending is a WTF Moment
I understand the ending 10/10 👍👍
Here's My Own Theory after watching the Movie
Basically Space Naomi is The REAL Naomi, He's the one who got struck by a lightning you can see Adult Ruri's Back has a burn, Adult Naomi said something bad happened right so something happened to Earth that's why they the Left The Earth and Ruri brought her with him in Outer Space she's the one waiting for Naomi's Recovery. and ALLTALE Naomi is just a Tale
we see a Normal Highschool Boy named
Naomi trying to be courage and shizzz @+$+$(#)#($
then The Future Naomi came he wants Naomi to have a Girlfriend awwweeee Ya Future Naomi wants to steal ALLTALE Ruri so the Ruri in Future Naomi's World can wakeup @&#-#+
Ruri Story: Coma Ruri got struck by a lightning, Future Naomi failed to protect her, he's desperate to get Ruri's consciousness back so he and he's fellow weebs made ALLTALE there's Ruri! This time Future Naomi will save Ruri but nope he wants her Data so on and so on
*Future Naomi Successfully Stole Ruri from ALLTALE* Ruri's Data is Back She's Now ONLINE, But Future Ruri still Loves ALLTALE Naomi because her Data is full of ALLTALE Naomi OOF
Future Naomi is Sad, *ALLTALE Naomi gained GOD MODE* OK I'M GOING TO SAVE MY RURI!!! Went to Future Naomi's World,
Future Naomi: Who's There?
ALLTALE Naomi: It's Me!
Future Naomi: It's Me Who
ALLTALE Naomi: IT IS I THE BEST NAOMI!!! BETCH!!
Future Naomi: OOF!!!
Ruri: SAVEEE MEEEEHHHH
ALLTALE Naomi went to Future Naomi's World to save his love Ruri, Future Naomi is shookt why is there monsters here? this is the real world right?!! Or maybe IT'S NOT :O *surprised pikachu face* Future Naomi IS WOKE AF he realized this is not the real world, ALLTALE Naomi and The Fused Ruri went back to ALLTALE but ALLTALE Naomi need to delete Future Naomi to stop the Monster *then we cried* oh so sadddd RIP Future Naomi. ALLTALE Naomi and Ruri Happily Ever After well they never existed its just a TALE. MINDBLOWN!
Ending - Naomi is In The Space WHATTTT Ruri WOKE NAOMI!
So it's the other way around Ruri is the one trying so hard to make Naomi wakeup, Naomi is the One who got struck by a lightning see that huge burn on his back, something terrible happened to earth so they went to Elon Musk's Empire In Mars, Naomi's consciousness is still stuck in Earth he later realized that's not the real him so he wokeup. THE END
Been invited to watch this-- advanced special screening in PH. Oct 28.
It's definitely 100% CG but it's not a bad cg. It's a very well made cg, consistent, trippy -- there's so many "inception-ish" going on and I understand why they made the whole thing in cg.
- The characters are likeable like they are straight outta tamako market
- The sound design is outstanding 10/10
- Story is interesting, some parts are cliche but the plot twist is a bruh moment
- art is.. its ajin on steroids
Im gonna rewatch it again when it airs here on the 30th.
PS: I enjoyed this more
than Weathering with you.
"Reality is an illusion, albeit a very persistent one."
Hello World, to me, is a conceptual masterpiece that questions the world's imminent jumps in development.
Conceptually, the plot for the movie was without a doubt, on-par with, or even above-average in comparison to Tomohiko's previous creations. As a big fan on science and futuristic fiction in both Japanese and Western theatres, the overall storyboard was hooking and had me on-board throughout the show.
However, possibly due to the time margins movies are, some areas were somewhat underdeveloped and had a disequilibrium of the movie's two prominent elements, and many unanswered questions It was increasing confusing as
the movie progressed and it took more and more afterthought to understand the story as it reached it's conclusion. In my opinion, too much information was spread to the audience in such a short span of time. Even after the movie, it was really difficult to process the movie as a whole and turned out to be really overwhelming. The terminologies used in the show could also be a potential root to the puzzlement as the audience had been rapidly introduced with terms like "Quantum" and "Limitless exponential increase", so on.
Also adding that honestly, the plot twist was pretty foreseeable.
Art + Animation: (10/10)
In all honesty, I was definitely skeptical the moment I saw the usage of full CGI in the trailer and the introduction of the film. I was scared that the end result of the film would be a handful of lacklustre, unexciting fight/romance scenes when I watched the first 15 minutes. But with the introduction of the future MC, boy I was wrong. REALLY wrong.
Now, discussing about animations that utilise a vast amount of bright, flashy, vibrant colours can be VERY subjective. Some may find it annoying and a pain to your pupils, but others, like me, may think that the usage of flying particles and the crystallisation of the environment actually builds for an enriching experience. The animation during the bicycle chase scene in the later part, especially was MESMERISING. I loved the smooth flow of everything that happened, and really thought that such animation was a big part of why I liked the movie so much.
Not going to shed much focus here as my musical prowess is generally weak. However as a general member of the audience I can list a few good pointers.
1. Very solid soundtrack. Definitely synchronises with the mood of the movie.
2. The SFX during intense scenes were also pivotal to the scene's atmosphere. SFX used in a good way, can really enhance the viewing experience.
Once again, after seeing the general tropes in anime being displayed at the introduction of the anime's cast, I was afraid of the anime turning too generic.
However, throughout the movie, particularly at the later stages, a LOT of important developments were made, and I would say was ample to at least grant the audience sufficient understanding of the characters' dilemmas. I really loved the development of Naomi, the male MC. It was really wholesome between the current and future personalities of him and allowed for many short gags to exist.
The relationship between Ruri, the female MC and Naomi was also very heartwarming. Knowing that this very connection is what drives Naomi's desire and emotion was also important to the development of Naomi, which actually depicted the themes of personality change and growth really well.
Like every other drama anime, it takes you on an emotional rollercoaster. The climax at the end really draws out sadness and shows how much love can factor into one's decisions.
The implementation of the final scene however, was extremely clever in my opinion, and was the zenith of the anime's conceptual creativity, and really does make you, as the audience reflect back, making this film all the more memorable.
SF and romance are two of my favourite genres and the movie, conveniently, is a good mix of both! I thought it turned out rather interesting and enjoyable, and was DEFINITELY worth the time and money.
I was going to hold this review back, but upon seeing what made it to the forefront of the reviews, I thought some differing opinions could spark conversation.
TL;DR Score: 5 First half good second half bad.
Most of the problems stem from the flawed and convoluted story. To put it simply, it's split into 2 parts. The first part is a fairly pleasant romance drama. The second part is mostly an action flick with scifi themes. I also don't mean that there are 2 stories, rather that the 1 story really shifts gears halfway through following a decent plot twist.
The first part is
actually fairly reminiscent of Orange, although with the key difference that the future MC time travelled instead of a letter. Basically, the future MC aims to hook up present MC with a girlfriend to avoid later tragedy. This is actually pretty good, because the future MC is a very decent character with fun interactions (I'll get back to this later). The pacing is pretty well done because we're always on the edge of our seat to see how the MC and his future self manage to pull off this unlikely romance. Unfortunately most of this part is retroactively made worse by the fact that most of the plot here doesn't actually make sense when given information from the second part. To put it simply, most of the events that future MC ended up changing weren't necessary at all because they would've happened anyway, unless he lied about his original timeline somehow. The only reason that the ultimate goal ended up being so difficult was because all the previous unnecessary changes pinged the antivirus. It was still enjoyable in the moment at least.
The second part is mostly cheap action scenes with some scifi themes overlayed on it. It just seemed like an excuse for animations, and in my opinion they went on for far too long. The second part also has another plot twist halfway through, but unlike the first twist, it is barely expounded upon and seems likely to confuse the audience unless they do some mental gymnastics. At the very end of the movie they reference that twist again (and failed to explain it again), and by that point most of the audience forgot about the twist because they didn't understand it so they're confused again. As a result the ending is not very satisfying, even as someone who >mostly< understood the twist. I saw some other reviews compare the twists to Steins;Gate, and I disagree here not because the twist wasn’t complicated, but because unlike Steins;Gate it establishes the rules, makes a plot twist by breaking the rules and implying the rules were false, and completely fails to properly establish what the true rules were in the end. So basically, it is extremely unforgiving to those who miss clues or such, which is not a good thing. People who are proud of understanding the plot twist should be proud, but that’s not good for a movie that supposed to have widespread appeal. Perhaps they could’ve spent more time on explanations rather than incessant action scenes.
Something that perhaps only I didn't enjoy was that the technology was rooted in reality to the extent that I completely failed to suspend disbelief when they begun to stretch it. To try and explain one example without spoiling, for some reason specific data can only be moved but not copied... for some reason... when the data was originally a copy to begin with...
Another stretch was the hilariously impractical visual portrayal of the antivirus.
It does fairly well when it sticks to 2D animation and some fairly simple 3D animation (like during the romance drama scenes in the first half). When it tried to do more dynamic 3D animation, although sometimes it looks pretty good, it ends up looking atrociously bad at times. I only have the impressions of when I watched it in cinemas, but I remember thinking that some action scenes look like they could've been made in Counterstrike. The overall variable quality of the animation actually did end up detracting from my enjoyment, which I consider to be very unusual considering the fact that this was a movie.
Unfortunately I did not pay too much attention to sound, but it was pretty good and I don't remember any music being used in inappropriate contexts or such.
These were good when they were the spotlight of the movie, rather than 3D fight scenes. The MC is rather generic, but at least he has some personality. The future MC's snarky attitude and overbearing nature was actually pretty good. The main girl's personality was sufficient to understand why the MC would be attracted to her, and they have cute interactions. One thing that I did find fairly amusing was how the main girl, despite having no knowledge of the scifi shenanigans, just completely rolls with everything when being thrown into the deep end during the second half.
One characterization moment that I did appreciate was when they showed how the MC's passive nature affected his everyday life, and later contrasted it with the personality of the main girl. Although perhaps it was a bit on the nose, it worked and was a nice touch.
One characterization moment that I didn't appreciate as much was how they developed future MC, because he ends up being a bit of a lone wolf character despite the fact that he didn't really need to be and that nothing in his backstory would suggest such a thing. He seems to have very good relations with his coworkers and such, but does not confide anything to them. This had fairly heavy implications on the plot as well.
Although I enjoyed watching the first half, the incessant action scenes and incredibly convoluted nature of the second half drained all the enjoyment out of me.
I gave it a 5, mostly carried by the first half.
Hello world is a movie I did not have much high hopes for. Mainly because of how its all 3D animated and sci-fi romance isn't really my type. What got me into watching this movie was because the trailer claimed that it was from the same company that made Weathering With You and Your Name and you know damn well how great those movies are so I had to give this one a chance.
Let's start off with the the pros of the movie
The biggest point I can personally think of after watching Hello World was the animation, art and the soundtrack.
Despite the whole movie being CGI, they did such a great job with it that I first thought to myself, "Am I really watching a 3D anime?". The scenes were very crisp and did not look choppy at all, the animation looked realistic and the art made it really seem like a 2D animated movie. The soundtracks also complimented the scenes very well, when an action is happening, the soundtrack playing makes you really pumped. When some romantic scenes happens, there's a piano track to suit the scene. Honestly, these points are all the great points I also thought about after watching Weathering With You and Your Name.
Now for the cons of the movie
I'll have to say the weakest point of the movie are the characters and the story. I personally like the character designs of the movie (kinda like Shinkai's works where the main characters dont stand out too much from the rest of the cast) but it lacked in character depth(?) should I say so myself. Ichigyo Ruri is definitely my favorite from the cast but damn she had no backstory at all! (or idk maybe i was dozing off when that happened lol) I felt like they could have done more to Ichigyo to make her more interesting like telling her backstory or at least giving the reason why Naomi liked her in the first place. The story was way too focused on the two main cast which are both the same characters but from different timelines just trying to get Ichigyo to like him. Aside that the story gets more confusing the longer it went especially the ending which I'm not going to spoil, what I'm just going to say is that the ending felt so much like Fireworks. Pure confusion.
Overall, I give this movie an 8/10 rating. The movie was very enjoyable and had an unexpected twists, I honestly didn't expect this much action but I liked it actually. The art, animation and OST is really amazing but it kinda lacked in character depth and story. I do recommend watching this if you are a fan of Shinkai's work as it had just as eye-catching scenes.
Thanks for reading my dumb review of the movie lol
The movie is disappointing and tried to do more and failing in the end. Has it achieved what it wants to set out to do? No. The movie's half-baked, it wanted to tell a love story with a mix of science fiction but in the end, it's just a bog-standard romance anime. The "Science" in the movie could just be replaced by "Magic" and nothing different could have happened. There isn't any world-building and in the end, it just fucks us over by just saying that there McGuffin disappeared into some other dimensions
or universes. In conclusion, the movie isn't fun and give it watch to know what I mean.
Finally, a sci-fiction movie about time travel that actually makes some fucking sense. Because it's a teen movie, or it could be not the excuse, the atmosphere was light on the chest, often times the dialogues making me chuckle. Yet there is one line in the movie, which the plot revolves, that the comedic and adventure-themed animation didn't do any justice on the story.
There's no denying that its' background design is full with futuristic themes. However, on the late stages of the movie, it is basically, a unit spammer. You'll know what I'm talking about if you've seen them robots swarming. Animation on
the characters is good, but not incredibly detailed. Soundtrack was a bop to the ears, feeling retro, and quick paced. I loved it. Character development went along, unforced, and truly, just for the story. When it comes to dialogues, the main character broke my spirit at times, with simplicity and normalcy.
Honestly, the movie is good but not too good nor too bad.
Have you ever felt trying to repeat something in the past because you could've prevented it? The film shows this feeling exactly the way I wanted it to be. The feeling of wanting to take something back from the past, driven by love, forcing you into harsh experiments just to get it back.
In all honestly, the movie is good but not too good nor too bad.
Why do I say so? It's simply because the plot wasn't fully showing us what was happening. Some
parts do not make sense because it felt like they were stretching the plot to get to the end. The journey towards the end was really messy. There are a lot of plot holes and unexplained concepts (I won't go into full detail because of spoilers). The audience were kept being shown different concepts and the movie kept doing so until we reach the end only scratching our heads. At that time the entire cinema audience were asking each other, "What really happened at the end?", "Why did all of this happen?". These questions are still yet to remain in our heads due to the lack of explanation and the clarity of the plot.
The use of CG in this film was the main star of the art. The way they used it is like "eye-candy". There are scenes where rainbow colors would sprout out of something, and honestly it looks really beautiful. The color schemes of each scenes really fit the feel. The orange-red sun shining around the school balcony makes me feel anxious, the bright greens and yellows of the forests makes me feel happy. Not only that, the reds in some scenes really show an "end of the world" feeling.
Not only color exceeded my expectations but the amount of flares from bright sources, such as sunlight and lamps, add intensity and a cinematic feel.
The soundtracks felt relevant to the plot. The electronic music plays during something sci-fi happens. Overall the use of music made the scenes feel and sound way better. The sound effects were crisp. Although until now the sound of "monsters" sounded goofy. The voice actor for Ruri Ichigyo sounded as if she had braces on, which was quite irritating and funny to hear at the same time. Although her voice makes her a rememberable character, props to that!
I gave this part a fair score because the main character, Naomi Katagaki is generic. I immediately already forgot about him and what he did because of "genericness". He's the type of guy who follows someone he doesn't even know and doesn't expect something to go wrong about that. He's your typical introvert character from a school setting.
On the other hand, Ruri Ichigyo was an interesting character but not original. The character designs are from Yukiko Horiguchi which gave everyone a "Kyoto Animation" feel. Not only that but the other characters had a cute and fluffy feeling to it I can't explain. Somewhat a charm given to us by Yukiko Horiguchi, who worked for Kyoto Animation.
The film is enjoyable. It's worth talking for a while. The only downside on this part is that the messiness of the overall plot makes it less enjoyable. Also some jokes weren't just funny in my opinion.
The show is enjoyable because of the great usage of CG and colors. The sound makes you feel the film through your ears. The plot is quite messy but despite that it's an okay show.
The premise of a future mc helping out the current mc to get a girlfriend was an interesting concept. It would have been great if they kept the plot as beIng a romantic movie, as the first half of the movie was just that, awkward mc trying to get to know the female mc. I would have accepted if the movie did not elaborate much about the future mc so as to move the plot along.
However, when the movie tried to incorporate too much scientific manbo jambo ala inception in the second half, it became boring in the sense that things became too complicated. Virtual
world within a virtual world trying to rectify things in yet another virtual world.
Plot should have stuck to mc in the opening, trying to win the heart of the female mc who is in a coma in the real world so that she can “wake up”.
This movie is an example of why Sci-fi and romance anime should never mix.
Romance part 8/10 science part 2/10
FYI: This is my first ever anime review so there might be some stuff I miss out.
Firstly, the story is interesting and refreshing. It is not something as generic as weathering with you or Your name. Reading some reviews which have mixed ratings for the ending, I would say it is deeper and require deep understanding. Just note that it requires overthinking to understand the ending and not just with the "oh".
I'll divide the art into 2. The artwork itself is beautiful. The way they draw the characters are clear and the contrast works with the Sci-Fi genre. However, the animation or 3D
animation felt very rush. They way they ran, the way it was animated felt odd.
It is a very subjective matter. In my opinion, I have been spamming the song a lot even before I watched the movie. It suits my taste and it just moves to the groove. Though maybe there is 1 song that I didn't like, however it felt like the genre is just right for the moment.
The character design, on the other hand, is unique. The male and female MC could've improved a little bit since the voicing felt a bit off from the animation and the situation voice felt weird at times. There is Rie Kugimiya but.. as expected from her I guess. (FYI: when her voice appeared, the fanboy in me... let's not continue with that). The character's portrayal is interesting and the way they showed the adult version and young version with their views and struggles are definitely a plus point.
Also, for those who reviewed as steins;gate carbon copy or time travel genre, it is not and from the start, it was never meant to be a carbon copy. So, please stop with the "time travel" cause it clearly wasn't meant as an actual time travel anime.
Overall, I enjoyed it even more so than weathering with you(I watched it twice in the cinema). Some parts felt like they were rushed due to deadlines but the story was covered pretty well and they did not really leave out much details for the audience to overthink it.
Though the ending does gives you the need to over assume how and why it happened.
Oh boi! I just finished watching this movie earlier and i have a lot of things i want to say about this Anime but first of all i want to say that this movie exceeded my expectations. when i first saw the movie trailer and at the same time knew that it was the same company who makes the movie Kimi No Na Wa and Weathering with you possible (by all means, i'm fully aware that Hello World was not created by the same author as the 2 anime i mentioned above which is created by makoto shinkai), i admittedly expecting it to have an
open ending but it i was mistaken, So without further a do this is my full review about Hello World
Story: I wont bother telling the summary cause you can read it here on MAL. So for starters the story was pretty interesting(Note: i read some part of the source material ,so i have a vague idea of what will happened in the story), The Story revolves around a certain boy who's so indecisive and a girl who has strong personality, sooner and later they became friends and the story moves with this development. The Anime has a concept of time travel(Technically), A Big Bang(yep your reading it correctly) and a romance/comedy( yup this going to be a sweet vanilla sugar story so if you a have high blood sugar then.... nah watch it anyways, its worth it!). What i love about this movie is they ended it with a conclusion(no left hanging and no plot holes) Score: 10/10
Art: What should i say about this? The art and the animation won't disappoint you. Score: 10/10
Sound: OH my goodness should i mention that i'm listening to the song while writing this review(yup i definitely should and already did it) cause that's how good the songs and soundtracks they put in this Anime. Score 10/10
Character: I think i found a new waifu <3 aside from new waifu the character development of each main characters was notable and amazing. Score: 10/10
Enjoyment: Oh boi I enjoyed this movie so much and i really think that this movie was far superior compared to Kimi No Na Wa and Weathering With you(At least for me). Score : 10/10 would rewatch this definitely.
Overall: if you read my review there's nothing much to say Here aside from one world to describe the Anime Movie and that it is a "MASTERPIECE" Score:11/10