Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – On the way to the blacksmith’s village
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This new movie will feature Episodes 10 and 11 of the Pleasure Quarter arc, which were praised for their frenzied scenes and heart-wrenching scenario, as well as the first episode of the next arc, Blacksmith’s Village. On this occasion, the episodes have been converted to 4K and the music has been remixed for a unique experience on the big screen!
The people who are critical of this story are due to depuise the début tout the monde c’est that ce ce film is the 2-year-old episodes of season 2 and the 1st of season 3 donc bon ace niveau si vous faites les ignorants retourné dans your room
People who criticize it will have to have strong arguments because there is none
Very good time very good effects and the quality is seriously insane the rest
Those who put a negative opinion are people who are not able to know what they are going to watch, and should be angry at themselves instead of the anime. No scams, no lies, the content is very well detailed beforehand and we had a great time with my friends. Watching the final two episodes of Season 2 in a cinema was really nice, despite everything they could have gone for more…
Nice to see the last two episodes of the second season in cinemas. The first episode of the third season is interesting, We see the first 5 Satanic Moons. Small preference for Gyokko (5th Moon), his anatomy is awesome.
Wait to see more. I hope they make a movie again like Infinite Train next time. I preferred this format.
Well, first for all the negative reviews with the only argument “Uh, only 20 minutes new on an unacceptable hour and a half”, it was very clear that the movie includes the last two episodes of the previous season before the first of the third. When you go to watch this type of movie, it means that you have already watched some anime and the least you can do is know that the episode lasts between 20 and 25 minutes. 3 …
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