Inuyasha and company have finally destroyed Naraku. And each start to go in their separate ways. Sango going to find her younger brother Kohaku; Miroku back to his old home; Inuyasha, ...
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Inuyasha and company have finally destroyed Naraku. And each start to go in their separate ways. Sango going to find her younger brother Kohaku; Miroku back to his old home; Inuyasha, Kagome and Shippou go to gather the rest of the Shikon shards. Unfortunately this peace is not to last. Shortly afterwards the full moon rises, and just keeps rising each night bringing with it the promise of danger. Kagura and Kanna go in search of a mirror, where locked inside is the ruler of the eternal night, Kaguya. To set her free they must gather five items and drop them into the five lakes of Fuji. Setting her free means the worst danger for Inuyasha and the others. Who are forced to face this new threat.
A great way to add to the television series, this movie is shocking yet adorable. When I first saw it I had to watch it over and over due to the laughter and such that it caused.
Being a follower of the InuYasha series, I found this movie an amazing example of anime at its best.
Some parts contain things that most people wouldn't believe could ever be in the show, and some you know and love like the back of your hand. Some parts would never fit into the series such as they did in the movie, although they were a huge success to those on some character's sides.
The beginning is awesome. It is beyond belief. The slap mark on Miroku's face was so entirely funny and if you pay close attention to the voices, you may recognize them from (believe it or not) the Barbie movies. I actually hadn't noticed this because I have never seen a "Barbie" movie in my life, but my friend pointed it out.
The English subtitles had some misspellings, but everyone could easily tell what they meant by it.
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