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(1335) 8.1 104 min 2019

My Hero Academia - Boku no hîrô akademia THE MOVIE - Heroes: Rising - Hîrôzu: Raijingu is a movie starring Felecia Angelle, Christopher Bevins, and Brendan Blaber. A group of youths aspiring to become professional superheroes, fight...

Starring
Christopher Bevins, Brendan Blaber, Johnny Yong Bosch, Felecia Angelle
Genres
Sci-Fi, Family, Action, Comedy, Animation, Adventure
Director
Kenji Nagasaki

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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 Sci-Fi, Family, Action, Comedy, Animation, Adventure
Director Kenji Nagasaki
Writer Yôsuke Kuroda
Stars Christopher Bevins, Brendan Blaber, Johnny Yong Bosch, Felecia Angelle
Country Japan
Also Known As My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising, My Hero Academia: Héroes Rising, My Hero Academia the Movie 2: The Heroes Rising, My Hero Academia: Ascensão dos Heróis, 僕のヒーローアカデミア THE MOVIE ヒーローズ:ライジング, My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising
Runtime 1H 44M
Description A group of youths aspiring to become professional superheroes, fight in a world full of people with abilities, also known as quirks. Deku and his fellow classmates from Hero Academy face Nine, the strongest villain yet.

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Wednesday, 02 Sep 2020 21:53

For some reason, there's this buzz about the movie "Harem" (2016) and its remake "Shura" (2015) being so similar. It's not. The main plot of these two movies is different, but they both tell the same story, about a girl that travels from one city to another. And the only thing they have in common is that they're not from the same city. In fact, the two movies are completely different. It's like comparing an English textbook and a text book. The story is not the same. The setting is not the same. And the characters are not the same. That's why I think the differences between these two movies are small and insignificant. The differences between these two movies are not even remotely the same. But I didn't expect a difference. The other difference I didn't expect is that these two movies are two of the most successful movie franchises in Japan. The two movies I mentioned before are the #1 and #2 most successful anime franchises in Japan. They were so successful that they spawned movies and spin-offs, to the point where the other franchises have their own "Harem" movies. They also managed to spawn a series of live-action movies. The anime adaptations were successful in Japan because of the growing popularity of the anime and the growing popularity of the anime adaptations. And while these anime adaptations were successful, the live-action movies were not. Now the live-action movies are just beginning to make the movies successful in America. It's the same story, with a different setting, a different story, but the same success story. I can't wait to see what the live-action movie will be like. Maybe they'll even make the live-action movies and the anime adaptations the same.


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