Going purely by the synopsis, one could be forgiven for expecting Heroes: Rising to be a carbon copy of the preceding MHA movie, Two Heroes. Both are wholly isolated adventures predicated on putting the cast on an anime-original island, and pitting them against a team of villains only vaguely connected to any of the rogues of of the series proper. But where Heroes: Rising differs from its predecessor is in the details, with two main changes to the execution that make it both distinct and largely more engaging than MHA's first foray into cinemas. The first and most immediate difference is with the cast. Rather than cutting things down to a half dozen or so principal characters to hog all the limelight, Heroes: Rising is a movie about all of Class 1-A coming together. The first half is bursting with fun character moments and gags as even the most tertiary of 1-A's students gets a scene to show how they're adapting to being pseudo-professional.
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Synopsis: All Might and Deku accept an invitation to visit I Island where they battle against a villain who takes the island hostage. Genres: Action , Adventure. Status: Completed.
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