My Hero Academia: Two Heroes (2018) - Animation, Action, Adventure

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All Might and Deku accept an invitation to visit I Island where they battle against a villain who takes the island hostage.

IMDB: 7.6
Director: Kenji Nagasaki
Stars: Daiki Yamashita, Kenta Miyake
Length: 96 Minutes
PG Rating: PG-13
Reviews: 6 out of 39 found boring (15.38%)

One-line Reviews (18)

), the plot twist is that there is no real plot twist, plenty of contrivances making it feel like a bad fan-fic, among many other details, which make it a below average film, the fight scenes are cool/well animated tough.

Pretty boring .

I loved every bit of this movie, it was a very enjoyable time in the theatre.

Overall an excellent film worth watching for any Boku no Academia fan and great for a non-fan to catch the main series.

Adrenaline rush, shouting, jumping on my seat, feeling lost in the movies just name it.

The story is very predictable, and doesn't fit the awesome anime that we love.

The fight scenes in this movie are the most well done and enjoyable scenes in the entire series, beautifully animated and sound production is also top notch.

This movie was a huge disappointment for me because once again I was expecting an interesting story with these characters but the movie was really boring.

In fact, the movie would be about half an hour shorter, since it wouldn't waste time on showing them repeating their one-character trait for the hundredth time, or fighting villains and robots that serve nothing as far as the plot is concerned.

Very Exciting and Entertaining...

I didn't really mind it too much, as most of the scenes where they show irrelevant characters were still fun and entertaining.

Terrible main bad guy, silly twist that had me rolling my eyes, only one cool action scene and that is at the very end (although you can't really tell what is happening because there are so many things flying around), very boring and long middle act, and overall a boring and uninteresting story.

There is a scene where the main bad guy does a very flashy and supposedly strongest attack he has against one of the main characters, and he does fall down looking like he is in danger, but he just gets up again and continues fighting like nothing happens.

While the introductory scene with All Might may have set too high of a standard for the rest of the film, it's still an enjoyable side story with a great fight to cap it off.

And is so predictable and basic

Seriously, I was very excited for this movie, but it was very boring and there was barely any action.

Movie is extremely enjoyable and well paced, not a dull moment in sight.

The new characters introduced in the movie are an old friend of Almight (used for building some lazy dramatic revelation towards the end), the daughter of said friend (used only for rehashing the same cheap drama as Deku's backdrop, as well as being waifubait), and the leader of the baddies, a completely uninteresting one-dimensional villain you will forget as soon as the movie is over.