Also, the Digimon were scared of them initially. A while ago, I made some postings on the new Digimon movies expressing my thoughts on them. The reset concept I don't want to talk about since I don't want to give out any spoilers but it's an interesting concept that was woven into the plot. Metalgreymon's digivolution to Wargreymon still feels pretty random no matter how you look at it. Why did you give me this!? And when in the world did it occur? More things are going to be answered?! Are you kidding me right now? You're easily the biggest nostalgia fag ive seen on this forum. Mimi x Koushiro have no development in this. I know they're high school students and stuff, but I can't stand her.
I have so many points I can address but frankly, I think it would be a waste of time trying to convince you seeing how your nostalgia goggles are on too tight. Now I believe they will spent another 3 hours to spend more time to justify giving Taichi a girlfriend Meiko Edit 2: Oh wow, I found out that Gennai being evil was a nod from a flashback scene on Adventure where Piemon inserted a black ball onto him during his escape. What's the point to any of this? I think Jesmon is probably a part of the Royal Knight too, Alphamon trying to get rid of Meicomon probably because he know what trouble it bring. Damn, need to rewatch Adventure and 02. Tamers is the best example of a show that's aimed at children with serious themes. Anyways, those are my thoughts on Kokuhaku- great movie with a sombre ending that makes me anticipated for the next one to come out. K to finish him if he gets too aggressive.
I saw Kokuhaku when it was first released and I planned on writing something on the movie but I just never got to it until now. As with the Saikai and Ketsui, the progression of Kokuhaku went in a similar manner where it the story develops in the beginning so we get reacquainted with everything, then we finish off with a very unique cliffhanger at the end of the movie. I'm refusing to consider this series canon no matter what anyone says. As a result, the film feels unfocused when it came to handling the stories and developments of the human characters. Tri has more a teenage feel. Just take a look back at some scenes from it. All that is done is a token attempt to investigate Ken Ichijouji that only takes up a couple of minutes before this plot point is ignored once more.
You're easily the biggest nostalgia fag ive seen on this forum. They just want some childish plot and badass fights. They can open digital gates now? Stop being so ignorant and impatient. Loving it c: I was so excited for Tri, and now that I'm watching it, I've become much more excited! Wargreymon and Metal Garurumon probably could push Meicoomon easily. Why would they reveal anything yet this early in the series? The story is not that good, the digimon are barely doing anything.
Also, that woman is so suspicious. Taichi and friends agonize over the revealed secret. While there is a shift to how he approaches the problem, the change is not as visible and feels more like an informed attribute rather than actual change. Chapter 3: Confession full bahasa Indonesia. Selamat siang dan salam anime lovers, bagaimana kabar kalian pasti pada sehat-sehat saja bukan, karena sekarang adalah waktu bagi saya Abdullah Mar dari anisubindo. There's not much to note in these five episodes other than I'm not sure where the direction of the next movie is headed towards, it makes me excited to see Digimon Tri: Sōshitsu more than dreading the wait for it to be released. Tokyo is the most crowded city on this planet.
. On a side note, if you've seen the original Digimon series and have already seen this movie, that whistle being blown at the end of this movie brought back so much nostalgia which made me so happy and a bit emotional. At the end, he shifts to a more optimism-filled approach which is healthier for the character though he may need to fix his Oolong Tea addiction before the inevitable epilogue. They just want some childish plot and badass fights. Mei is just such a useless addition to the group.
They are beautiful in their construction and flawless in their execution. I have not only pointed out things that I liked, I have clearly explained what I think went wrong and I have also given suggestions with regard to how I think the movie could have been improved. C'mon, you just abandon your Digimon and it is going to bite you in the ass later. That would explain this phenomenon, but it struck me kind of lackluster. I don't want to have new Digimon series made just to satisfy the fans. Just because it's Digimon it gets a free pass? Even making the last film reveal the answers to everything is already good enough. I'm expecting my post on Sōshitsu to be a bit more lengthier because Kokuhaku seemed to be a movie that bridged the first two Digimon Tri movies into the fourth movie Sōshitsu that's going to be released in February of 2017.
I have so many points I can address but frankly, I think it would be a waste of time trying to convince you seeing how your nostalgia goggles are on too tight. The last thing we need is turning Tri into another Royal Knights story. I never really enjoyed the big brained Koushiro in the original Digimon series and him being so. It's about balance, the good execution of both and tying them into one another and not the emphasis of one over the other. The apathy that the children are feeling towards the 02 children is a blatant and contrived way of prolonging the mystery more than it needs to be. I have enough with Royal Knights. I do hope that the memory recovery is gradual rather than immediate.