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5 Best Anime Movies with the Most Spectacular Visuals

Anime films are usually shorter than the total length of the anime season.

However, this makes it possible to get more funds and a longer build time.

Hence, the production value and animation quality of anime films are usually higher than anime series on television.

Films are also forced to be more selective with their composition and content.

This is because the timeframe is limited which makes each scene feel more impactful.

Therefore, anime films will usually feel very spectacular when watched.

Beautiful and immersive visuals will make the story that is lifted in the anime film feel more enjoyable. Emotions will also be more pronounced.

Especially if the film can get sound effects that are also right. These films will definitely be enjoyable to watch in a marathon.

Anything? Quoting CBR, here are 5 anime films with spectacular visuals that spoil the eyes and emotions!

1. Kimi no Nawa

Mitsuha Miyamizu is a girl from a village who has always dreamed of living in an urban area.

One day, he wakes up and finds himself in the body of Taki Tachibana, a boy high school student who lives in a busy city.

When Taki also finds himself in Mitsuha's body, the two immediately know that their bodies are swapped.

To find out the cause, the two began to look for each other.

Also known as Your Name, this film is a multi-award winner.

This film is recognized for its beautiful story woven into its stunning visuals.

The animations are incredibly lively and impactful, combining the backdrops and surroundings to form a symbolism that further enhances the story.

Its director, Makoto Shinkai, is known for other visual masterpieces such as The Garden of Words and 5 cm Per Second. 

So don't be surprised if Kimi no Na wa has become the standard of the anime film industry.

2. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen

When the Demon Slayer Corps' efforts fail to solve a series of mysteries of the disappearance of a number of people on a train, the Fire Hashira, Kyojuro Rengoku, is personally summoned to solve them.

However, he is not alone. Along with Tanjiro, Nezuko, Zenitsu, and Inosuke, they must fight even harder to stop the evil plans of the demons responsible for the incident.

Ufotable is known for its high quality animation.

So, it's no surprise that Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train will be the highest-grossing film in Japan until January 2021.

Accompanied by chilling music and sound effects, ufotable really brings out the power of the Kimetsu no Yaiba franchise.

One of the highlights of Kimetsu no Yaiba on screen is watching the fighting scenes get animated.

While also beautifully depicted in the manga, the film really brings different forms of breathing to life.

3. Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms

In the fantasy world of Maquia, Iorph is a mystical creature that does not age and can live for thousands of years.

They choose to separate themselves from human problems by spending time knitting their lives into a cloth called Hibiol.

However, everything changed after the greedy kingdom of Mazarte invaded the place in hopes of finding immortality in their bloodline.

Maquia is one of the Iorphs who always feels lonely.

Caught in Mazarte's attack, Maquia manages to escape by riding on the back of a raging dragon that takes her deep into unknown borders.

In the midst of his despair, he was attracted by the cries of the orphans.

Deciding to raise the baby, she must prepare to face the consequences of motherhood as well as the reality of raising a human who is aging faster than her.

When a film is written and directed by Mari Okada, it is clear that it will be deep.

Okada is also known for his emotionally stirring works like Anohana.

One thing Maquia really does well is the use of color to illustrate Maquia's maturity and emotional journey as she learns about the cruelty of the human world.

4. A Silent Voice

At an elementary school, Shoya Ishida bullied deaf Shoko Nishiyama for fun so he decided to change schools.

When the school finds out the reason, Shoya is accused of being the cause and becomes a scapegoat.

This time, he becomes the target of bullying by his classmates, just like he did with Shoko.

In his final year of high school, Shoya is isolated and deeply regrets what he did as a child.

The topic of bullying is a tough topic that requires a lot of tactical and beautiful treatment.

Under the direction of director Naoko Yamada, Kyoto Animation managed to convey the deep and heavy themes of bullying and its repetition in a very artistic way.

The film is filled with parallels and what is truly amazing is the fact that most of it is delivered visually without words or explanations.

It's like the audience is watching the world through Shoko's senses.

5. Violet Evergarden: The Movie

The world has changed a few years after the Great Violet Evergarden War.

Technological developments such as the telephone meant that the Memory Recall Doll was in decline in demand.

However, Violet Evergarden still wrote letters to people because she was constantly searching for the meaning of her own emotions.

One day, he hears a rumor that the person who once said the words "I love you" to him seems to be alive. Kyoto Animation excels at conveying emotion through composition in its films.

This is what is clearly emphasized in Violet Evergarden: The Movie.

When paired with the awesome quality of the animation itself, it really makes this film hit all the emotional ups and downs of its storyline.

Hatsuko A word after a word after a word is power.

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