Inuyasha ≫ Inu Yasha Movie 01 Affections touching across time DVD

Inu Yasha Movie 01 Affections touching across time DVD

Inu Yasha Movie 01 Affections touching across time DVD

Inu Yasha Movie 01 Affections touching across time DVD

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Description

200 years ago, inu Yasha's father sealed away a powerful demon from a foreign land named hyoga. A Shikon Jewel Shard awakens Hyoga's son, Menomaru, inspiring him to absorb the remains of his father's power to take control of the world. It's up to Inu Yasha and his friends to stop this nearly invincible foe! Approx 100 minutes.

Product details
Adult All ages
Department video / DVD
Publisher Viz Comics
Series Inuyasha
Shop Manga & Anime
Spoken language English , Japanese
Primary language Japanese
Genre Comedy , Adventure , Romance , Isekai (Other world)
Subtitle language English
DVD region 1
Product Code PRE-2004074700
Customer reviews
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"a lot of fun ^^" by Ehlonna (Nederland) on Apr 1, 2008

hi there,

i really love inuyasha, its so much fun and the story is a lot of fun 2 ^^ u should watch or read inuyasha,
i really love the litle fox shippo he is sooo kawaii
just see it ;)

greetz

"Inuyasha movie 1 region 1 DVD" by Togepi (Nederland) on Jan 9, 2008

The story of the movie watches like several episodes of the TV series. Besides the main storyline [with Menomaru] there are several little storylines.
Because it's the first movie, the movie starts with a little introduction about how and why Kagome can travel to the past.
I liked the stories in the movie and there are some touching moments in it (see movie title ^_~) .
The drawing style differs a bit from the TV series. I was a little sceptical of this before I started watching the movie, but I actually liked it - at some points you don't even notice it anymore.
There are also specials on the DVD. One is a large special episode of the Inuyasha TV series story up till now ['now' being the time the movie takes place in the storyline]. They used a lot of clips from the TV series in that special. It was thus a rather long special. Even if you watch that before the movie you won't get any real spoilers for the movie itself.

"Nice" by Vatina (Denmark) on Nov 16, 2005

The first Inuyasha movie is a long sidestory that stands for itself (I won't give another review).

The story is good and the action is well done. Fans of Inuyasha will most likely love to see their favorite characters re-appear in this movie, since we get to see most of them for short or long periods of time.
It also has its share of romance, as the plot deepens, and things happen between Inuyasha and Kagome. In spite of how predictable the outcome is, this works quite well.

I liked this movie, but it is not among my top favorites. Even though the story works, it's nothing truely original, and nothing is shown that you need to know as you watch the rest of the series. The animation also differs a lot from the TV series, which can be a little annoying at times (I still think that Kagome looks weird, and Sesshoumarous eyes are far too big...)

Overall a good watch, but nothing extraordinary.

"second movie info french" by Ri (Netherlands) on Nov 7, 2004

Résumé
Inu Yasha, Kagome, Shippo, Miroku, Sango et Kirira ont réussi à terrasser Naraku, leur ennemi mortel. La chasse aux éclats de la perle de Shikon est loin d\'être terminée mais tous peuvent reprendre une vie plus tranquille. Kagome retourne à ses études, tandis que Miroku profite de sa nouvelle vie, puisque la malédiction qui le frappait s\'est évanouie avec la disparition de Naraku. Quant à Sango, elle revient dans son village natal et reprend contact avec son petit frère Kohaku, qui était un serviteur de leur ancien ennemi.

Kagura et Kanna sont également libérées de l\'emprise de leur maître. Kagura a notamment retrouvé son coeur et veut profiter de sa liberté. Kanna l\'entraîne cependant auprès d\'un étrange miroir, dans lequel est enfermée Kaguya, la princesse du paradis. Un mystérieux château surgit sur un des lacs autour du mont Fuji, tandis que Kaguya convainc Kagura d\'entrer, comme Kanna, à son service. Elles doivent rassembler un certain nombre d\'éléments pour son compte. L\'un des ingrédients demandés est la robe en poils d\'izumi portée par Inu Yasha.

Commentaire
Contrairement au premier film, qui était une histoire complètement à part avec un nouvel ennemi, Kagami no nakano Mugenjyou se situe beaucoup plus dans la continuité de la série, avec le combat contre Naraku et les interventions de Kanna et de Kagura. La qualité technique est aussi bonne que dans le premier film, avec une histoire beaucoup plus attrayante, qui apporte un réel progrès dans les relations entre Inu Yasha et Kagome.