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Uchiage hanabi, shita kara miru ka? Yoko kara miru ka? is a movie starring Suzu Hirose, Masaki Suda, and Mamoru Miyano. Schoolchildren Norimichi, Yûsuke and Jun'ichi want to know if fireworks look round or flat from the side. They...

Family, Romance, Drama, Sci-Fi, Animation, Fantasy
Akiyuki Shinbo, Nobuyuki Takeuchi
Shintarô Asanuma, Suzu Hirose, Masaki Suda, Mamoru Miyano

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Genres Family, Romance, Drama, Sci-Fi, Animation, Fantasy
Director Akiyuki Shinbo, Nobuyuki Takeuchi
Writer Christian La Monte, Hitoshi Ône, Shunji Iwai
Stars Shintarô Asanuma, Suzu Hirose, Masaki Suda, Mamoru Miyano
Country Japan
Also Known As Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom?, Fireworks, Luces en el cielo, 打ち上げ花火、下から見るか?横から見るか?, Vatromet, 烟花, Jinfaa, jinggoi wo seoi hon, Yanhua, yinggai he shui kan, Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side Or the Bottom?, Luzes no Céu: Fireworks, Pháo Hoa, Nên Ngắm Từ Dưới Hay Bên Cạnh?, Ssoaollin bulkkoch, mit-eseo bolkka? Yeop-eseo bolkka?, Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or The Bottom? (2017), Fireworks, Should We See It from the Side or The Bottom?, Jinfaa, Yanhua, Fireworks - Alles eine Frage der Zeit, Skyrockets, Watch from Below? Watch from the Side?
Runtime 1 h 30 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description This film tells the story of a schoolgirl who finds a pretty transparent ball by the sea, on the day of a fireworks display of a religious festival in a seaside town in Japan. She plans to run away from home to escape from her unhappy home, as her mother is about to remarry for the third time. However, her escape fails until her male classmate finds out the supernatural power that the transparent ball has.

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Sunday, 27 Sep 2020 22:57

I watched this movie on a whim. It's been on my to-watch list for about a year. After hearing so many bad things about it, I decided to watch it. What a pleasant surprise. Beautiful animation, great characters, fantastic atmosphere. The story revolves around a boy named Hanabi, who lives with her aunt, sister, and grandparents. She is blind and doesn't know what she wants to do with her life. Hanabi's parents decide to send her to live with them, but Hanabi's Aunt Kimiko tells her to tell her sister the truth. Kimiko tells Hanabi that the mansion was a portal to another world, where she and her parents had to live there. Hanabi tries to go to the mansion, but is stopped. Instead, she goes to the area where the real mansion was, to find out the truth. After looking around, she finds a portal to the real world, but is discovered by a blind man named Tobe, who tells her that she has arrived to the real world. Hanabi goes back to the real world, but Tobe warns her that she should not be alone, as the mansion had been captured by "a demon." A battle between the demons and the residents of the mansion occurs. Hanabi, her parents, and Tobe meet and make a truce with the demons. The boy, Hanabi, and the girl make a pact that they will not leave each other until they find the real mansion. The ending is a great twist. I don't want to give anything else away, but I do want to say that it was extremely emotional. It was a real treat to watch. The characters were great. It was a great mix of humor and drama, and it had a good story. The animation was great. It was not over-the-top, and it was not too dark or too bright. It was bright and bright, and it was just perfect. If you liked the first movie, you will definitely like this one. It's not a perfect movie, but it is a very good one. It's worth watching.
Friday, 17 Jul 2020 04:43

I guess I'm not a big fan of manga, and I'm not a big fan of anime either, but this movie was something that I've been waiting for a long time. Now I know why. This movie is the best one in the "Naruto" universe. It's my favorite of the series, and probably will always be my favorite. The action is great, and the story is great. It's about a young boy named Naruto, who's life is turned upside down after he finds a mysterious book that he didn't even know existed. From this point on, Naruto finds himself in a world where the inhabitants are half-bloods, and half-humans. I will not spoil anything for you, but the first part of the movie takes place in a mud-filled village where everyone is in a state of chaos. The other part of the movie takes place in a world called the Hidden Leaf Village. This village is not only a paradise, but is also the home of an ancient book that shows the powerful ability of the humans, and the ninja who must fight against the darkness that lurks within this world. The fight scenes are the best of the series. The fighting is intense, and never slows down for a second. There are several huge, long-range sword battles, and every single battle has a hero and a villain, who fight to a standstill. When Naruto and Sasuke are fighting, there is a continuous shot of Naruto and Sasuke fighting, and they fight a lot, and you can see that they are hitting each other with all their might, and the fight will never end. The cinematography and the background music are great. The movie was directed by Takeshi Kitano, who was the original director of the series. The effects are great. I guess the people who are expecting this movie to be like the series will be disappointed, because the series has a darker feel to it, and this movie is supposed to be lighthearted and entertaining. If you liked the anime, then you will like this movie. It's much better than the anime, but the anime is still better than this movie. 8/10

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