Mirai (Mirai no Mirai) [Sub: Eng]
In adventures that speak of more powerful events related to animated animation. This animation story begins with a 4-year-old boy struggling to cope with the arrival of a small sister in the family. Everything seems to be fine, as the mysterious park in the backyard of the boy's house becomes a gate that allows the child to return in time. On the other hand, his mother is confronted as a young girl and his great grandfather as a young man wants to achieve more.
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Critics Of "Mirai (Mirai no Mirai) [Sub: Eng]"
January 04, 2019 Mirai is by no means a perfect film, but it may yet be Hosoda's best to date.Read in Source
The Lonely Film Critic
February 12, 2019 Beautiful [animation] work that stands out on its own, and worthy of an Oscar nomination. When surrounded by everything else, however, it becomes an exception to an otherwise disappointing whole.Read in Source
Spirituality and Practice
January 08, 2019 An entertaining animated film about a young boy adjusting to a new baby with the help of his ancestors.Read in Source
November 30, 2018 Merits comparison to works of similar relevance and poetic ambitions, like Shoplifters and Roma, masterworks that share its inquiries about familial ties, parental insecurities, and the inescapable pull of the past.Read in Source
November 30, 2018 Mirai doesn't really speak for young viewers, just down to them.Read in Source
November 30, 2018 The latest gem from Japanese anime master Mamoru Hosoda concerns a little boy's conflict with his baby sister. It may be the animator's smallest film, but it stands tall. You'll be enchanted.Read in Source
One Room With A View
February 07, 2019 An absolute delight from start to finish, Mamoru Hosoda's family fantasy is packed with true-to-life details that keep it grounded.Read in Source
New York Magazine/Vulture
November 30, 2018 Like Hayao Miyazaki, whose mantle Hosoda is often considered to be on an unofficial short list to pick up, Hosoda tells this child's story at a child's eye level, and the diversions feel part and parcel of that point of view.Read in Source
December 20, 2018 There's enough wisdom to be found in this engaging tale for a trip to the theatre. Whether to take the whole family is up to parents to decide.Read in Source
Wall Street Journal
November 30, 2018 Expands into a lyrical realm that is both very Japanese and entirely universal.Read in Source
January 10, 2019 A gentle family comedy of manners, which really takes off at the film's final reels. Without being groundbreaking, it still provides a wormhole to look further away than your own courtyard.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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