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K-On! The Movie (2011)

Eiga Keion! (original title)
In this continuation of the K-On anime, the girls from the band "After School Tea Time" go on a trip to London.

Director:

Naoko Yamada

Writers:

Kakifly (manga) (as kakifly), Reiko Yoshida (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Stephanie Sheh ... Yui Hirasawa (voice)
Cristina Valenzuela ... Mio Akiyama (voice) (as Cristina Vee)
Cassandra Lee Morris ... Ritsu Tainaka (voice) (as Cassandra Lee)
Shelby Lindley ... Tsumugi Kotobuki (voice)
Christine Marie Cabanos ... Azusa Nakano (voice)
Karen Strassman ... Sawako Yamanaka (voice)
Xanthe Huynh ... Ui Hirasawa (voice)
Michelle Ann Dunphy Michelle Ann Dunphy ... Jun Suzuki (voice)
Amanda Céline Miller ... Nobuyo Nakajima (voice) (as Amanda C. Miller)
Carrie Keranen ... Kawakami (voice)
Mela Lee ... Mika Saeki (voice)
Erika Harlacher ... Keiko Iida (voice)
Martin Billany Martin Billany ... Sushi Shop Manager (voice)
Tony Oliver ... Teacher / Father (voice)
Aki Toyosaki Aki Toyosaki ... Yui Hirasawa (voice)
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Storyline

In this continuation of the K-On anime, the girls from the band "After School Tea Time" go on a trip to London.

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Certificate:

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese | English

Release Date:

3 December 2011 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

K-On! Film See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Was the highest grossing movie based from a late night television series, until it was surpassed by Puella Magi Madoka Magica the Movie Part III: Rebellion (2013). See more »

Quotes

Yui Hirasawa: [the girls have just arrived in London] London sky!
[Mio snaps a picture]
Yui Hirasawa: London Taxi!
[Mio snaps another picture]
Yui Hirasawa: London English! All of us in London!
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Connections

Follows K-On! (2009) See more »

Soundtracks

Unmei wa Endless!
Performed by Aki Toyosaki
Lyrics by Shoko Omori
Music by Tomohiro Oshima
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Loved it
23 July 2012 | by darth-necroSee all my reviews

Bit surprised actually. It wasn't really about the trip to London. They don't go there until 40 minutes into the movie, and when they leave there's still over half an hour left. Instead the main focus is actually on the 4 graduating girls writing the song for Azusa that they sang in the graduation episode, and Azusa being worried because Yui's acting a bit odd.

That said, the part in London is the best part of the movie, and I was surprised that they got actual English people to do voices, which impressed me as I've seen plenty of anime with obviously Japanese people masquerading as native English speakers, which can be painful to my ears. (Looking at you, Beck)

If you liked the show, you'll love this movie. All your favorite characters are back, and just as likable as ever. The songs are just as impressive. It can be hilarious when it wants to, as well as make you cry at points.


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