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(1562) 6.6 53 min 2018

Chiisana eiyû: Kani to tamago to tômei ningen is a movie starring Alex Cazares, Jessica DiCicco, and Scarlett Estevez. An anthology of three original shorts written and directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi, Yoshiyuki Momose and Akihiko...

Starring
Scarlett Estevez, Todd Haberkorn, Jessica DiCicco, Alex Cazares
Genres
Adventure, Animation, Family, Fantasy
Director
Akihiko Yamashita, Yoshiyuki Momose, Hiromasa Yonebayashi

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Adventure, Animation, Family, Fantasy
Director Akihiko Yamashita, Yoshiyuki Momose, Hiromasa Yonebayashi
Writer Yoshiyuki Momose, Akihiko Yamashita, Hiromasa Yonebayashi
Stars Scarlett Estevez, Todd Haberkorn, Jessica DiCicco, Alex Cazares
Country Japan
Also Known As Invisible, Ponoc Short Films Theatre: Volume 1 - Modest Heroes, Héroes modestos: Teatro de cortometrajes de Ponoc, Modest Heroes: Ponoc Short Films Theatre, Héroes humildes, Ponokku tanpen gekijô, Kanîni to Kanîno, Kanini & Kanino, Ponokku tanpen gekijô: Chiisana eiyû - Kani to tamago to tômei ningen, Samurai egg, Samurai Egg, Tômei ningen, Ponoc tanpen gekijô, Kanini and Kanino, Heróis Modestos, Modest Heroes, Ponoc Short Theater: Small Heroes - Crab, Egg and Invisible Person, Kanini to Kanino, Invisible Person, Ponoc Short Theatre: Small Heroes - Crab, Egg and Invisible Person, Chiisana eiyû, Ponoc Short Films Theatre, Volume 1, ちいさな英雄 カニとタマゴと透明人間, Ponoc Short Films Theatre, Volume 1 - Modest Heroes, Ponoc tanpen gekijô: Chiisa na eiyû - Kani to tamago to tômei ningen, Ponoc tanpen gekijô: Chiisana eiyû - Kani to tamago to tômei ningen, Samurai eggu, Skromni bohaterowie: Krótkie filmy Studia Ponoc, Small Heroes: Crab, Egg and Invisible Person, Life Ain't Gonna Lose, Small Heroes, Bescheidene Helden: Ponoc Short Films Theatre, Modest Heroes: Ponoc Short Films Theatre, Volume 1
Runtime 53M
Description An anthology of three original shorts written and directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi, Yoshiyuki Momose and Akihiko Yamashita.

Top reviews

Monday, 31 Aug 2020 02:22

Possibly the best movie I've ever seen. The only one I've seen that manages to contain all the emotions that I feel from the three main characters. Both Kiki and Nico are extremely good, as are the others. There is just something about this movie that it can never really be touched or truly appreciated. The plot is simple. A girl who lives a very lonely life of being a human being and a princess of the forest. Kiki's mother is extremely strict. She believes that her child is destined to be queen, or at least a queen, just like her own mother. Despite her supposed power, she has a very weak personality. Her father is much more polite, just like her mother, and seems to have the exact opposite reaction as Kiki's mother. This can be quite confusing at times, and Kiki finds this very annoying. But Kiki's attempts to please her mother by going on a journey to find her own mother are the main themes of the film. However, the main theme of the movie is not really about finding her mother. Kiki's mother never really appears in the movie, and the true plot is the journey that Kiki takes to find her mother. The three main characters, Kiki, Nico, and the one girl that lives with Kiki, Nao, are all quite interesting, and I found myself really interested in them. They all have different personalities, and I find that sometimes it is harder to know which one I like more. Even the main villain, Momiji, is more interesting than Kiki, but she is a far cry from the main character. Nico is more caring and better at understanding the world than Kiki, but Kiki is the only one that has the same personality as Nico. Overall, this movie is definitely not for everyone. It is probably too serious for some people. But I don't find this film very difficult to watch. I found it really interesting. You can definitely tell that a lot of care went into it.
Monday, 03 Aug 2020 11:49

I've always loved "Legend of the Guardians of the Galaxy". It's an amazing cartoon with a great message to kids and adults. The graphics are great, the characters are amazing and even the story is beautiful. The story goes like this: Star Lord (Dave Bautista) a young Storm Trooper is captured by the evil J.J. Abramsian Galactic Empire (they're the evil empire) who wants him to use his power to keep them safe and stop the bad guys. The movie introduces two heroes to the Guardians: Rocket (voiced by Bradley Cooper), an extremely skilled pilot who gives life to the aliens he meets and Groot (voiced by Vin Diesel), an intelligent tree who is the perfect friend to Rocket. The second hero is the warrior Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) a talented adventurer who loves flying and travelling the world. This film goes in a dark path towards the end with lots of action, fighting and explosions. Although the CGI is amazing and I would say "Gods and Generals" of CGI, it's not that spectacular. You can tell it's not as good as the other Disney films. The story of the movie is very beautiful, but I think it has a bad ending. It's like they got rid of the message by making the ending so rushed and bad. Still, it's a great movie for kids and adults, it's great for space adventures and space battles. The action is amazing, especially when the Guardians of the Galaxy fight with the J.J. Abramsian Empire. It's a great movie for kids and adults. My rating: 8/10 (there are some bad ending of the movie, but it's not bad enough to be a no. 1).


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