Boku no hero is back! After finishing its fifth season, this January 6th will present his new film «World Heroes Mission», where this time our young heroes unite to save the world from a new threat better known as Flect Turn.
This new installment was produced by the well-known studio Bones, together with the direction of Kenji Nagasaki, which probably sounds familiar to you since, he worked in Monster And not only that, but it also helped in the previous film of this saga; My hero Academia: Two Heroes Y Heroes Rising. The script was written by Yosuke Kuroda, together with the supervision of Kohei Horikoshi and the character design is in charge of Yoshihiko Umakoshi, which since 2016 has focused on giving the best quality to each of our heroes.
Before continuing, we want to stop you here, because SPOILERS are coming! Well no, but if you want to go to the cinema totally to enjoy the movie and go through all the surprises it has, we recommend that you go back to read the note on January 6th and if you are from Colombia and Venezuela, the January 13thDon’t worry if you haven’t finished watching the anime or the manga, as “World Heroes Mission” doesn’t take up many events that happened before. Now, compared to its predecessors, this new installment has a plot with a deeper background, since beyond the classic confrontations between villains and heroes, we were given the opportunity to learn more about the ‘Theory of the singularity of gifts’, which we had only heard a bit in the anime, but now they will show us that the gifts or better known as QuirkThey are constantly evolving, to the point that they will become so powerful that possibly in the future they will represent a danger to everyone.
This is how our trio of protagonists come into action, Deku, Bakugo Y Todoroki will be in charge of finishing this mission against the clock against the organization Humarise, which aims to eliminate people who have a gift, or as they say, a disease. Although this has a more interesting plot versus its past installments, there is a big problem in the development of the story as well as in the characters, since we could not see advancement of skills in any of them, both in protagonists and in secondary . On the other hand, the soundtrack is very appropriate to the scenes, however, that time could have been used to further nurture the drama.
In terms of animation and dubbing, it is like being on a roller coaster, there are scenes where you want to get up from your chair and applaud the animation, but there are several moments that leave much to be desired. The same happens with dubbing, phrases that in Japanese convey an emotion and add to the film, are lost in translation, not to mention that they sometimes used very far-fetched phrases considering that it is a hero movie.
In conclusion, it is an excellent movie to enjoy a weekend, perhaps it could have been better, but it fulfills the objective of entertaining. Although if you have the opportunity to see it in Japanese, it is probably a better option.
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Original title: Boku no Hīrō Akademia Za Mūbī Wārudo Hīrō zu Misshon
Director: Kenji Nagasaki
Guion: Yosuke Kuroda