It could also be very new, however the truth that Kimi no Na wa is already the #1 rated anime of all time reveals what a phenomenon this new movie has been. While it covers plenty of similar ground to Makoto Shinkai’s earlier works (distant lovers, sense of loss, lots of clouds), this one is much and away his largest success thus far. It’s already one of the greatest anime films of all time in Japan by box office figures. Not bad by a director who began his anime directing profession on a laptop in his workplace. With so many X-Men films and spin-offs these days, it’s refreshing to return to the original trilogy of movies that first introduced the superheroes to the massive screen.
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