Many 2020 film and television productions have been postponed until 2021. As a result, it was evident that the entertainment business did not have a typical year. Anime was not immune to the slew of delays, but despite the modifications to the 2020 anime schedule, numerous long-awaited anime films aired throughout the year and adorned the screens of audiences all over the world.
Kizuna from Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution (8.18)
Digimon was never as well-known as other popular shounen of the late 1990s as a result of its association with the Pokémon franchise. Even so, it developed its own fan base, which has remained devoted to it over the years, with some of the best Digimon games still holding up today.
Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna is the third and final installment of the Digimon Adventure movie trilogy, and it marks the anime’s 20th anniversary. It delivers a satisfying finish to the long-running franchise and is reminiscent of all the characteristics that made the series so amazing in the first place, as numerous reviewers on MyAnimeList imply. This one is perfect for anyone wishing for a return to the good old shounen era of the 1990s.
Doraemon 2: Stand By Me (8.25)
At a wedding, the characters from Stand by Me Doraemon 2 stand for a snapshot. Nobita and Shizuka are ready to marry following the events of the 2014 film Stand by Me Doraemon, but Nobita first wants to travel back in time to see his beloved grandmother, who died when he was a child.
As Nobita battles with his self-confidence and tries to introduce his bride-to-be to his grandma as per her wish, the film progresses via a sequence of both humorous and touching situations. Stand by Me Doraemon 2 elicits a wide range of emotions from viewers and features a large cast of sympathetic and likable characters, making it a film that both fans of the franchise and newbies will appreciate.
The Tiger And The Fish, Josee (8.52)
In Josee, The Tiger, and The Fish, Tsuneo and Josee share a laugh.
Tsuneo, a young man who dreams of diving around the world, and Kumiko, a young woman who goes by “Josee,” is a wheelchair user who dreams of being able to travel and experience things she hasn’t yet. Tsuneo takes on the role of caretaker for Josee, and the two grow to enjoy each other’s company.
Although this is not the first adaptation of the original material, it is quite well done, with stunning animation and excellent voice acting. Josee, the Tiger, and the Fish, a romantic comedy/drama film with many emotional moments for audiences to connect with and great presentation in many sequences, is guaranteed to be a favorite among fans of poignant stories.
Dawn Of The Deep Soul: Made In Abyss (8.69)
Dawn of the Deep Soul: Made in Abyss It’s difficult not to evaluate an anime by its animation style, but Made in Abyss’ external appearance betrays its true nature. Its chibi-style animation may convey the impression that it is intended for children to new viewers. However, it is far from that, given its deeper themes of death, grief, and cosmic dread.
Every Anime Fan Wants To Join These Invisible But Fun Anime Clubs The principal characters in Dawn of the Deep Soul descend deeper into the horrific abyss that lies in the middle of their small village. They come across Petrushka, who claims to be Bondrewd’s daughter, in the fifth tier of the abyss. They must now be cautious with each step they take and make some significant sacrifices before venturing deeper into the hole’s sixth layer.
Mugen Train: Demon Slayer (8.71)
Kimetsu no Yaiba: Demon Slayer the Film Train Mugen Mugen Mugen Mugen Mugen Mugen Demon Slayer, regarded as one of the best anime of the past decade and unquestionably one of the best demon anime of all time, continues to delight its devoted fan base with the release of Mugen Train, the sequel film. The anime follows Tanjirou and the Demon Slayer Corps’ action-packed investigations into the unexplained disappearances in a train, with Tanjirou and the Demon Slayer Corps at the forefront once more. They had no idea that the train has a lot more to it than meets the eye. The Demon Slayer film is filled with thrilling action scenes, stunning imagery, and all of the features that shounen fans love.
Spring Song from Fate/Stay Night: Heaven’s Feel III (8.74)
Staying at night is fate. Spring Song, Heaven’s Feel III One of the most well-known anime franchises is the Fate series. It contains everything from spin-offs to game adaptations to OVAs and movies, and it can surely compete with some of the other anime-based games worth playing. The highly anticipated third installment of the Fate/Stay Night film trilogy, Heaven’s Feel III: Spring Song, does not disappoint.
The film picks up where its predecessor left off, at a pivotal point in the Fifth Holy Grail War. The main characters discover that there is a lot more on the line for them than they had thought when a hidden opponent emerges. The film keeps spectators on the edge of their seats for the whole two-hour runtime and settles the horrific Holy Grail War in the greatest conceivable way.