Rebellious Reviews! Demon Slayer The Movie: Mugen Train

Hey guys! Welcome to this week’s Rebellious Reviews! This time I’m going to be reviewing the Demon Slayer movie. No worries though, I won’t spoil anything—at least not on purpose eheh. Well then! Let’s get to it shall we?

Graphics

  • Each cinematic scene was brilliantly done.
  • You could feel like you were there with each battle.
  • It would suck you in and you couldn’t take your eyes off of the screen.
  • The looks of each character are very crisp and clean.

Score: 10/10

Characters

  • If you have seen the anime you know that the characters already have so much depth to them, but this movie game them even more.
  • You get a scene where it gives us a look into the characters—Inosuke, Tangiro, Xenitsu, and Rengoku. It is insanely powerful because you really get a look at how the character’s personalities are, well at least two of them, the other two…I’ll leave that surprise for y’all to see for yourselves.

Score: 10/10

Story

  • I knew the ending was coming but I still cried—if you know you know. Again, no spoilers
  • It hints at a possible season two which yay! That’s been long awaited.
  • Gripping and at times, completely and utterly terrifying
  • Some deep psychological stuff here, like damn.

Score: 10/10

Sound

  • The voice acting is completely phenomenal. I have only watched the Sub version so far so I can’t speak for the Dub, but I’m sure they did an excellent job as well.
  • You can really tell the raw emotion in some of the scenes—cries.
  • The music is quite good as well, it adds to each scene and really sets the tone of the scene.

Score: 10/10

Final thoughts

  • I would watch it again and again.
  • I watched it in Sub, and it was excellent, I’m actually quite curious to see how the Dub is.
  • So many cosplay ideas so little time.

Score: 10/10

Final score: 50/50

Overall this movie was absolutely amazing and heartbreaking at the same time. I could easily watch it again and again. And usually, I don’t give perfect scores unless something deserves it. This movie definitely deserved it.

Well, that’s all for now…

Rebel Fae out!

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