Eiga! Tamagotchi: Uchû ichi happy na monogatari!? (2008)

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Mametchi and his friends must save Tamagotchi world from a book that is beginning to destroy reality, entitled "The World's Happiest Story".


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30 July 2013 | kurosantchi32
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| Incredible anime!
I thought the original Tamagotchi movie was good, and then I saw the sequel. Tamagotchi: Happiest Story in the Universe, although not released in English, is a high-quality Japanese anime movie that will amaze anyone. I couldn't believe how beautifully made this movie was. The art was cute and colorful, the animation was lively and smooth, the CGI was spellbinding, and the shading was realistic. I have always been a fan of Tamagotchi; it has that innocent, mysterious aura to it that I just cannot resist. Still, I was not expecting this movie to blow me away as much as it did.

I have seen various anime, and this is definitely the best. It is so expertly drawn / animated and has a riveting storyline with touching messages that anyone will fall in love with it. It can make you laugh, and it can make you cry. The characters have such intricate personalities that families everywhere will be able to relate to. It has nothing inappropriate, but unlike the first movie, it is serious and dramatic enough for older teenagers and even adults to enjoy. The plot and ideas are stunningly creative, and you will be mesmerized until the very end.

The best anime movie I have ever seen, Tamagotchi: Happiest Story in the Universe exceeds even Studio Ghibli films in brilliance.

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Release Date:

20 December 2008

Language

Japanese, English, Cantonese, Korean, Mandarin, Min Nan


Country of Origin

Japan, Taiwan

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