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Digimon Adventure tri: Reunion (2015)

Digimon Adventure tri. Saikai (original title)
After years of inactivity, the DigiDestined regroup with their Digimon to save their world, but have the years changed their characters too much?

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Credited cast:
... Biyomon / Maki Himekawa (voice)
... T.K. Takaishi (voice)
... Matt Ishida (voice)
... Meiko Mochizuki (voice) (as Cristina Vee)
... Joe Kido (voice)
... Daigo Nishijima (voice)
... Gatomon / Meicoomon (voice)
... Kari Kamiya / TV News Reporter (voice)
... Izzy Izumi (voice)
... Gabumon / Garurumon / WereGarurumon / MetalGarurumon / Omnimon (voice)
... Gomamon (voice)
... Sora Takenouchi (voice)
... Greymon / MetalGreymon / WarGreymon / Omnimon (voice)
... Yuuko Kamiya (voice) (as Dorothy Fahn)
... Narrator / Additional Voices (voice) (as John Bentley)
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After years of inactivity, the DigiDestined regroup with their Digimon to save their world, but have the years changed their characters too much?

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[Vic Mignogna] previously voiced Christopher Aonuma in [Digimon Fusion (2013)]. Like Matt, Christopher was the main rival to Mikey the main protagonist. See more »

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Okay if you liked the old show.
16 September 2016 | by See all my reviews

I was a fan of Digimon as a kid, but unlike Dragon Ball Z and Escaflowne, I'm not a fan as an adult. Digimon just doesn't hit that sweet spot anymore I guess. I was expecting stellar animation like that which was in the previously theatrically released Digimon: The Movie, and safe to say I was disappointed. In this new film the animation was choppy, the facial and eye artwork was sloppy, the sound design was jarring, and overall the pacing was way too slow. A 96 minute long movie never felt so long.

And yes, I know Digimon: The Movie was three short films edited together to make a full length movie. And yes, I know that most fans don't like the English version of this movie because of the bad editing. But it still has stellar animation, no matter what Fox Kids did to it.

I saw this movie in the English special theatre release. I liked the voice acting, though Vic Mignogna as Matt was jarring because Matt is blonde haired and blue eyed, which just made me think of Edward Elric from Full Metal Alchemist the whole time.

I get that this isn't technically a movie, it's the first four episodes of a new series. In any case, it's still slow and choppy. I get too that it only had a small budget, which was obvious in the amount of still shots in the movie, but even so, the artists could try a little harder on the faces.


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