This is very like Makoto Shinkai’s most serious, original film in lots of ways. For instance, there is an actual magical factor to the story beyond his previous films that are set simply on realism. The pacing is far quicker and serious. You will find there’s unusual amount of laughs in the script, producing the chemistry between the characters even more light-hearted together with comically exciting as compared to expected ones. All of this is carried out through a narrative view point so emotional, so shockingly realized, that I am positive everyone at the Anime Expo world premieres screening was tearing up. So… let’s begin the Kimi no Na wa reviews and analytic in my point of view.
Without providing a spoil, what primarily goes this movie’s story is a dynamic of the protagonists’ connection. These two interact is exactly very different, completely unique, and lovely. The concept itself enables them to bond on a more personal level, even more thrilling when compared to a teenager love story where boy meets girl. Lastly, you will feel so invested in their strange relationship, that when most of the action falls, it is no longer just suspenseful, it can also be essentially heartbreaking.
Editing and sound design engage in a huge role in this immersion. There’s rarely a single dull moment as a result of how gripping and emotionally run the timing of each one cut is. The design blended with a pleasant music score is wonderful. Subtle and moving when creating feels, sturdy at times of dramatic conflict. In fact, the same can be said for simply all of the visual appearances, which if I do not have mentioned about, are excellent. This will be a terrific example of surprisingly jaw-dropping animation mixed with robust strorytelling.
Kimi no Na wa is not just any anime film. There are the possible to be seen and researched as art cinema. It is so delightfully crafted carefully detailed, I find myself like I did not even comprise 70% of its accomplishment in this Kimi no Na wa review. For working at that, I have to watch this anime film once again, maybe couple more times before I can really appreciate this nearly perfect masterpiece.