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Your Name. [Blu-ray]
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- Codec: MPEG-4 AVC (34.64 Mbps)
- Resolution: 1080p
- Aspect ratio: 1.78:1
- Original aspect ratio: 1.78:1
Your Name (Blu-ray/DVD Combo)
Mitsuha and Taki are complete strangers living separate lives until they suddenly switch places. Mitsuha wakes up in Taki’s body, and he in hers. This occurrence happens randomly, and they must adjust their lives around each other. Yet, somehow, it works. They build a connection by leaving notes for one another until they wish to finally meet. But something stronger than distance may keep them apart.
From director Makoto Shinkai, the innovative mind behind Voices of a Distant Star and 5 Centimeters Per Second, comes a beautiful masterpiece about time, the thread of fate, and the hearts of two young souls. The day the stars fell, two lives changed forever. High schoolers Mitsuha and Taki are complete strangers living separate lives. But one night, they suddenly switch places. Mitsuha wakes up in Taki’s body, and he in hers. This bizarre occurrence continues to happen randomly, and the two must adjust their lives around each other. Yet, somehow, it works. They build a connection and communicate by leaving notes, messages, and more importantly, an imprint. When a dazzling comet lights up the night’s sky, something shifts, and they seek each other out wanting something more—a chance to finally meet. But try as they might, something more daunting than distance prevents them. Is the string of fate between Mitsuha and Taki strong enough to bring them together, or will forces outside their control leave them forever separated?
''this vividly realized and emotionally satisfying feature ought to make Shinkai a household name'' --Variety
''Makoto Shinkai could be the next big name in anime... a blend of gorgeous, realistic detail and emotionally grounded fantasy'' --Japan Times
''Hailing Makoto Shinkai as the new Hayao Miyazaki has been en vogue for a while. It s easy to see why... Only Makoto Shinkai could have made this movie, and his voice is in no need of any comparative labels.'' --Anime News Network
- Aspect Ratio : 1.78:1
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- MPAA rating : s_medPG PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
- Product Dimensions : 6.8 x 5.4 x 0.5 inches; 3.2 Ounces
- Media Format : Animated, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
- Run time : 1 hour and 47 minutes
- Release date : November 7, 2017
- Actors : Michael Sinterniklaas, Stephanie Sheh, Laura Post, Catie Harvey, Glyins Ellis
- Subtitles: : English
- Language : Japanese (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (Dolby Digital 5.1), Japanese (Dolby TrueHD 5.1), English (Dolby TrueHD 5.1)
- Studio : Funimation
- ASIN : B074R4KSTM
- Number of discs : 2
- Best Sellers Rank: #439 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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I was able to see this in theaters during its limited run in North America. I was blown away by the artistry displayed in this animated film. I heard the hype before seeing it and it met those expectations, which not many films can do. Makoto Shinkai, the director, has been a favorite of mine for a little while now and many are calling him the next Miyazaki. While I am not a fan of those comparisons, I can say that Skinkai's style is very entertaining to watch and absorb. His use of light and hyper detailed backgrounds really suck you into his films. He tends to lean in to young characters who are in some sort of long distance relationship and Your Name is no different. The two main characters are a joy to watch because they come from opposite sides of Japanese society, but both are tied together by the events of a strange meteor that passes Earth every few hundred years...There is much more to be said about the story, but talking more about it would give away key details that I believe would be better off not being spoiled. And before I wrap this up, I would like to say that the music for this film is superb. I find myself often listening to a few key tracks whenever I get a chance.
If you have a friend or family member that has little to no anime experience, I would show him/her this film. Anime is so broad and diverse that it can be hard to give good suggestions to new watchers, but I believe Your Name is a perfect introduction.
Thank you for reading my review and have a good day.
This will go down as one of the best films of all time.
If you haven't seen this movie, you are missing a piece of art and a story that shouldn't be left out of your life. There's something incredibly unique and beautiful about this hand-drawn art - time, passion, and traditions, that can never be duplicated by 3D animations pumped out by computer software that we're all used to in the United States. Every scene in this movie is immaculate - a qualified desktop wallpaper or piece of art that could be hung on your wall, and all of it looked stunning watching it on my OLED65B6 TV.
The characters are loveable, the artwork is unbelievably good, the story is unforgettable and ends perfectly, all of it leaving a pleasantly warm pressure in your chest.
I've watched both the English sub and dub (via Amazon Video). If you want the true experience in the manner of which was meant to be watched (being a Japanese movie), then watch the English sub. The English dub just can't perfectly replicate all the scene by scene cultural nuances and voice inflections as well as Japanese voice actors (which makes sense as this is based in Japan, with Japanese characters, in Japanese culture, etc). But if you're not a subtitle fan, the English dub won't hurt your viewing experience, as the voice actors did a fairly good job, and even the music featured was also translated/sung in English convincingly well!
The creator, Makoto Shinkai was extremely modest, being the Japanese man he is, and even felt his own creation was incomplete - whether or not that's true, I'm truly grateful I was alive to see this. With all its perfections and imperfections, "Your Name" is....
"....Nothing more, nothing less-- than a beautiful view."
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I chose to buy the collectors edition as I loved the movie and I was not disappointed in the slightest.
For the price you pay, you get a collectors steelbook case, the movie on DVD + Bluray and RADWIMPS Japanese album.
Having listened to the CD, I can say that it moved me listening to it. The music from the movie was beatuiful anyway.
Tracks that stand out would be "Zenzenzense", "Sparkle" and "Nandemonaiya" (The last track on the album)
The Bluray disc was good based on the quality of the movie.
You have the movie in 1080p, and audio options are English 5.1 and Japanese 5.1 (both with English subtitle options)
I didn't check the DVD yet as I am more of a quality nut and chose to watch the movie in the best possible resolution.
In my honest opinion, the extras were a little lacking. You have a Japanese promo clip, English trailer, a sort of documentary with interviews from the cast and director and Madman (production company) trailers.
In closing, I do recommend you buy if you would like this in your collection.
However, if you do choose to buy this, go for the collector's edition.
Thank you for your time ^.^
The story had me a little confused at the beginning, however shortly after things start to fall in place. The story was intriguing and had me guessing what was going to happen throughout the film, not only that, it hit me with different emotions from extreme laughter to anticipation and a bit of an emotional roller-coaster.
The change of characteristics when they swapped bodies was well done, the animation is beautiful and a great soundtrack to go with it, making it a complete package; I was also very happy with the ending, it was perfect in my opinion.
This is definitely one of my favourite anime films to date and would highly recommend it.
Imagine if you had the chance to switch places with someone else. To live the life that you wanted, but somewhere along the way time got tangled. You start forgetting things, and you don't know who you are, and you can't even remember that one important name. What would you do? I won't spoil any of the film but this truly is an anime masterpiece, and I have seen a lot of animae over the years, but this one, is the one that really sticks out for me the most. I am now a big fan of Makoto Shinkai and can't wait to watch more in the near future.