Digimon Adventure Tri.: Reunion
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Its been six years since that summer adventure when Taichi and the rest of the DigiDestined crossed over to the Digital World and nearly three years since the final battle between Hikaris group and BelialVamdemon. And, at some point, while the peaceful days went by, the gate to the Digital World mysteriously closed.
But when a Kuwagamon suddenly appears in Odaiba, its rampage leaves the town in ruins, and the people there in turmoil. Taichi chases after it, in an effort to halt its rampage. But theres nothing he can do against a Kuwagamon. Not by himself.
And thats where a new adventure begins…
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Digimon has always been a series that didn't shy away from subjects that aren't usually included in your typical Saturday morning cartoon series. It dealt with real world problems that allowed every person who has watched the series be able to relate to at least one of its many characters.The TRI series- thankfully- kept true to the original. It's has taken the iconic characters to a whole new level as they approach adulthood. This movie specifically deals brings up the issues of profiling a (in this case species) based on one's actions, the effects of media coverage, and the influence of technology in this modern era.
We have many of the original voice actors reprising their roles including Joshua Seth who came out of his Voice Acting retirement to reprise his iconic role of Tai Kamiya (and Joshua, I can't express my gratitude enough) Popular VA, Vic Mignogna, stepped in to take on the role of Matt. Although his voice is distinctly different than the original, he brought his own interpretation of the character effectively. I can see his involvement being rather poignant as we venture into the next movies; specifically the single "Goodbye" which the 'Knife of Day' single featured in the 3rd film of this series.
I recommend this to anyone who loved the series growing up and I recommend it to anyone who is part of the Anime fandom. Oh...and .. Hey, Parents! Got a kid who is an Anime fans? You want a bonding moment? Get this! A little show if interest goes a loooong way
It does also have the original Japanese audio with subs if that is your preference. I originally watched the sub version through CrunchRoll prior to getting the English dvd set and the English does keep faithful to the original's mood.
I'm so glad they were able to get as many actors as they could back. Hearing most of the Digimon with the fewer digidestined is a nostalgic punch to the heart. I don't have any issues with the new voices, but I can certainly understand why others don't enjoy them. The solid performance definitely helps with getting used to the new voices.
My two biggest gripes with this release is the lack of bonus features, and the new English theme song. I get why they needed to make a new theme, but it could have been more active, more alive and catchy. It feels like a repeat every few seconds and it sounds so flat. But thankfully you can still listen to Butter-Fly with the Japanese audio, so it's not awful.
And for the couple of bonus features, they are really neat, but they could have taken some of the bonuses from the Japanese release. Like the clean opening and ending, some trailers. It feels like there could be more to them, but what we have is nice.
If you enjoy Digimon, this is a definite watch. And with more support for this, we can give Digimon more life in here in the US.