They’re the best Anime that 2016 has to offer! We counts down the best anime to come out this year, including the likes of Kiniro Mosaic: Pretty Days, Digimon Adventure tri. 3: Kokuhaku, Kuroko no Basket Movie 3: Winter Cup – Tobira no Mukou, and more!
5: Kiniro Mosaic: Pretty Days
Japanese: きんいろモザイク Pretty Days
MAL Score: 7.52
The episode is set during a school festival where Shinobu is assigned to write a script and make outfits for her class play. Youko and Alice notice that Shinobu is sleepy every morning and are worried that she might be getting tired of all the work. Will Shinobu be able to successfully complete all her tasks in time?
(Source: MAL News)
While there is a school festival moving the plot, this movie focuses in Aya(ya) and her memories with Shinobu and Youko when they were still in middle school, putting focus on how the three friends spent their days together preparing for the entrance exam for highschool.
Even though Karen and Alice took a minor role in this movie compared to the screentimes they got in the main series, they were still as loveable as always and had their shining moments, Not to mention, the way how the backstory of Aya was executed definitely compensated for the lack of the two blondies.
The art of the movie was similar to the main series, focusing like always in putting a lot of focus in showing the various expressions of the girls, in the sound department, like most slice of life shows, this movie provides solid background songs that add to the emotions of the different scenes, but in the end tend to not be that memorable, something that happens here as well, the opening and ending themes kept the happy and sweet feelings that the ones from the main series had.
As a Kiniro Mosaic fan, this movie was as good as I hoped it to be and I couldn’t be more satisfied with the experience. I can’t recommend it enough to any viewer that enjoyed the previous two seasons of this lovable series.
Now, Kiniro Mosaic Pretty days is a movie that takes place after the events of Hello!Kiniro Mosaic, the second Season of the illustrious KINMOZA anime series, so quick warning for anyone planning on watching this: It probably goes without saying but i’ll say it anyway, Watch the first 2 seasons first, then watch this movie, as you’ll be more invested in the characters and whatnot. Now, with all that out of the way, let’s quickly go over why Kiniro Mosaic Pretty days is such a good movie shall we?
In this movie our group of main characters Shinobu, Alice, Karen, Youko, and Aya are back at it again with their moe induced antics and silly ways.
Now, while the plot involves our main girls setting up a play for the annual school festival, the real meat of the story centers around Aya, and her friendship with Shino and Youko. We see a sweet and heartwarming backstory on how the 3 girls were friends back in middle school and we see them preparing for the entrance exam for the highschool they want to attend.
There isn’t much to say about the art. The style is extremely cute, and the animation is very fluid. The character designs in particular are moe enough to give you a heart attack. Kiniro Mosaic has always been a series that’s just been very pleasant to look at, it’s like candy for your eyes.
The sound design is as great as ever. The opening and ending themes are really catchy as hell. And the voice acting is near perfect. KINMOZA is just really fun to listen to, the OST is cute/catchy, and the voice acting is really does the characters justice, they sound just how they shold be. Karen is particular having a voice that’s like hard crack for your ears.
Now we’re getting to the good stuff. What makes KINMOZA such a spectacle to behold, the characters. If you watched the first 2 seasons you should know why they’re so great, and they’re just as amazing as ever in this movie. The way they act, the interactions they have with eachother, everything they do is nothing less than pure perfection in its rawest form.
This movie is enjoyable. If you’re a fan of the series you’ll love this movie. Not once while watching this movie did I feel like I was watching something with any flaws, no, while watching this movie I found myself being reminded of why I gave season 1 a perfect 10 in the first place. I’m just happy to be alive right now because if I wasn’t, I wouldn’t be able to experience such greatness.
In the end: this movie may not be perfect, but it may as well be the closest thing we got to it. Yes, this movie might have flaws (God knows I couldn’t find any though), but that doesn’t do a thing to stop it from being a 10/10. The story is sweet and heartwarming, the sound direction is spectacular, and the characters are as close to a perfect main cast as you can get.
We may never find something that is truly perfect, everyone has different tastes (while some worse than others), and it’s impossible to find something that everyone will 100% agree on. But right here, right now in my little real life headcanon we have found perfection, and it comes in the form of an anime movie that goes by the name of “Kiniro Mosaic Pretty days” thank you for your time.
I will keep this brief since you should already know all about this show from the first two seasons of it. Pretty Days is essentially a 50-minute movie of Kiniro Mosaic taking place during a school festival. The film is divided into two parts: one which covers the events of the festival itself where Shino is tasked with scriptwriting and providing costumes for a stage play, and one which tells a lengthy backstory of how Aya, Youko and Shino managed to get into high school to begin with (I.E: before Alice and Karen came to Japan).
The backstory is definitely the highlight of the movie. For most of the TV-series’ runtime, Karen has been the one taking the center stage of the show, but this time it is Aya who gets the main spotlight. Here, we get to see how she helps her two friends with less than stellar grades pass their entrance exams together, and also the conflicting emotions starting to take place within Aya herself regarding whether she should go to a better high school (as her grades are much better than Youko’s and Shino’s), or if she should pick the same one as her friends in order to be able to remain with them for a while longer. Naturally, we already know the outcome of this from the start, but the way it is presented is quite heartwarming and charming to see.
Regarding the school festival, it is perhaps a bit less impressive, but still enjoyable. It is more along the lines of what a typical episode of Kiniro Mosaic might look like in the TV-series. The girls have some light-hearted fun together whilst preparing for the stage play, and then we get to see the results of it at the end, and unsurprisingly things quickly turn chaotic and silly but all in good fun.
The art is perhaps a little bit underwhelming considering that movies generally have better visuals than TV-series do, but in this case it basically looks the same as I recall the last season doing. Of course that has always been more than enough for the show, but maybe it could have been a little bit more still this time around.
Overall, this is another one of those cases where if you have seen and liked the first two seasons of the TV-series, there is essentially no reason whatsoever not to watch Pretty Days too. If you liked one, you are basically guaranteed to like the other. While it may be considered unfortunate that Karen and Alice are largely irrelevant for large portions of the film, I also think it was about time the other girls got some more focus instead of the blondies for once. As a result, Pretty Days manages to be more than just cute and funny (though it still does that too of course), but momentarily also quite touching. And for what after all is nothing more than a simplistic moe comedy at heart, that is about all you could ever ask for.
4: Digimon Adventure tri. 3: Kokuhaku
English: Digimon Adventure tri. Confession
MAL Score: 7.67
The Chosen Children are in shock after the betrayal of Meicoomon, the digital monster who had recently joined their group alongside her human partner, Meiko Mochizuki. Koushirou Izumi is determined to diagnose the infection that took control of Meicoomon. Meanwhile, Takeru Takaishi realizes that his own partner, Patamon, is starting to exhibit alarming symptoms similar to that of other infected Digimon, like Meicoomon.
Just then, the Chosen Children receive a message from the mysterious entity Homeostasis, who informs them that their world is in danger of total destruction—and the Digital World, the home of the Digimon, is too. Homeostasis plans to enact a “Reboot,” which will reset all the data that makes up the Digital World and eradicate the infection. However, the Reboot will also erase the memories of all Digimon, including the Childrens’ partners. Can the Chosen Children stop Meicoomon before the Reboot becomes necessary, or is this the end of their time together with their Digimon?
Kokuhaku’s atmosphere is much darker than that of tri’s previous instalments and it manages to convey a dull, melancholic feeling from the very beginning. This is supported by the absence of an opening in the first part of the film whose presence would have cheered the viewer up. Of course, this film is not entirely dark as there is a good amount of comic relief to see. However, one cannot deny that the events of the previous films have affected the cast’s – and, therefore, the film’s – mood immensely. Nevertheless, Kokuhaku feels natural as the tone shift is not unexpected, even though the story could also have progressed in a different direction which, thankfully, it did not.
Another difference from Saikai and Ketsui, the films which preceded this one, is the length: Kokuhaku is approximately 20 minutes longer. While one could be thankful for this, it also comes with a number of problems since, for example, the film’s pacing suffers greatly from this. Toei Animation could have compressed the story into a shorter film and not much would have been lost. The way it is now, some scenes feel a bit too long, even though they are important. Additionally, the animation quality and the consistency of the character designs have decreased in quality, albeit not having been extraordinarily great in the other two films either. Had the film been shorter, aforementioned aspects would probably not have suffered as much as they have now.
That being said, this film is in no way boring. The viewer experiences amazing and surprisingly complex world building which does not contradict anything that has already been established. One might argue that it is a bit too complex for its own good but even then, it does not disrupt the film’s flow.
As different as Kokuhaku might be, it still stays true to the franchise to which it belongs. It communicates important themes such as departure or loss in true Digimon fashion and does not disappoint when it comes to nostalgic moments either. It shows how a story can continue without conveying a feeling of a franchise being milked.
Other than the other two films, Kokuhaku does not focus on two characters. While Koushirou and Takeru are a bit more important than the rest of the cast, the plot does not revolve around them as it did with Mimi and Jou in Ketsui. Thanks to this, one is able to see how the events in the previous films helped developing the personality of certain characters, especially Jou. Moreover, this film revolves more around the Digimon than the other two did. While before, they were shown side-to-side with their partners, this time we can see them interact with one another without the children being nearby. These scenes show how much personality the Digimon have, which is a fact that is often forgotten.
Action scenes are, on the one hand, handled rather well. The battles’ choreographies are more complex than in the TV series, where fights usually ended with Digimon using their respective special move. Here, much more thought has been put into the action and the result is undeniably satisfactory. On the other hand, aforementioned animation issues dull the experience a bit and, moreover, it feels as though the camera is zoomed in during important clashes, making it hard to find out what exactly happens on screen.
Kokuhaku is unexpectedly emotional. Digimon has always been a bit cheesy and this film is no exception. However, the execution is on point and underlined by a beautiful soundtrack. Moreover, due to the aforementioned atmosphere, emotional scenes are much more believable and relatable. In this aspect, Kokuhaku surpasses the two other films and to a certain extent also the TV series.
In my opinion, this film is the best tri-film so far. It has less weaknesses than the other two and manages to surprise its audience with compelling twists, even though it is basically targeted at children. It might not be entirely perfect and the usual production quality of Toei Animation is not its only fault. However, Kokuhaku is a must-watch for Digimon fans and I personally cannot wait for the next film to air.
Literally 3 movies to show that Ken is up to no good and that digimon are infected, that is literally what happened so far, no more no less, plot-wise.
They focus too much on normal day to day scenes like going for baths or school festivals, which would be fine if they had decent character development going on, which for the most part they didn’t, just trivial quarrels and whatnot, some seemed to come out of the blue with no apparent reason.
The only good thing I have to say about this one is that it was pretty emotional, and on that I do agree they did a good job, brought me some tears to my eyes.
But the rest? Especially the plot, they advanced next to nothing, so there’s really not much to spoil even if I wanted to do so, the show is just moving that slow, if their pacing is terrible or if they’re just bad at story telling.. well I really dont know, but so far this has been quite mediocre at best.
They just improved a lot in this one. Saikai was pure fanservice (characters, all the fucking evolutions…), dissapointing and rushed. Ketsui was better but it lost so many time in high school things so typical and cliche in anime nowadays. I was afraid for this anime taking that way. Thank god it finally didn’t.
Kokuhaku takes a big step up in the rather neglected plot in the first two parts. The character development is still present but in a more subversive way. The pacing is nice and the climax is very emotional, been a while since i didn’t feel like that with Digimon.
However, i have a big problem and question with kokuhaku: why they can’t digivolve to a better level freely? it has no sense facing Meicoomon in champion level. I guess they can’t control it anymore like 02, but with a couple of digivolutions more, all that happens next could be avoided perfectly, feeling like some kind of plot device. Anyways, although the situation was somewhat confusing, Tentomon manages to hit me right in the feels. God, that episode.
I can notice some greek tragedy influence in Kokuhaku, specially the oracle’s prediction (Hikari’s Homeostasis) and the dramatic irony. For those who don’t know about dramatic irony, it’s a literary device by which the audience’s understanding of events or individuals in a work surpasses that of its characters. In Kokuhaku, we know what is happening but not the kids, so this way we know they’re gonna suffer so bad at some point, which increases the impact of the climax.
Nothing to say about art and animation, It’s a good work by Toei, but it’s still Toei. And Toei is shit, so tha animation while decent it has some flaws. Soundtrack as epic as ever, well choiced and put.
Overall, Kokuhaku is starting to carry Adventure Tri. to an enjoyable point. Still has flaws, but the setting andits identity have improved a lot in this one. Digimon is not an action kid show anymore. Now it’s a mature show that explores the characters that grew with us. It’s a product made for us and not for the new generation, lacking action to work on the characters we knew as children, and taking the plot to a different level.
I hope the next parts keep and improve the level. Unlike the first two parts, this is the right way.
3: Kuroko no Basket Movie 3: Winter Cup – Tobira no Mukou
English: Winter Cup Highlights Episode 3 – Winter Cup Highlights -Crossing the Door-
MAL Score: 7.74
Third of three compilation films of the Kuroko no Basket franchise.
Rakuzan and Shutoku face off in the semi finals at the Winter Cup. Despite struggling with Akashi’s Emperor Eye that sees through everything, Midorima and Takao fight back with their consecutive plays, and the whole Shutoku team bites back at Rakuzan. However, it doesn’t take long before Akashi crushes all of their hopes. It is decided that the finals will be fought between Seirin and Rakuzan. Kagami immediately enters the Zone as soon as the match starts, but it is no match for Akashi. Facing an extreme difference in ability against Rakuzan, Seirin loses their hope a number of times during the match. However, Kuroko doesn’t give up, and continues to strongly fight against Akashi.
1. Movie 1 Winter Cup Soushuuhen – Kage to Hikari
2. Movie 2 Winter Cup Soushuuhen – Namida no Saki e
3. Movie 3 Winter Cup Soushuuhen – Tobira no Mukou
Movie one, two, and three is a summarize version of Season one, two, and three. Though unlike the Season one series where it tackles first the plays Seirin made in order to participate in the Winter Cup and Season 2 moving on to the tournament itself, the Movies focuses on the Winter Cup alone and show only a bit of introduction from the Season one series. The movies consist of the highlights and the outplays Team Seirin did in order to defeat every team with a Generation of Miracles member. It is a waste not to watch them but I decided not to. Not because it will be a waste of time but I know that watching it will make my memory jamble. Since I’ve watched each episodes of all three seasons, I already know how the story goes. But apart from that fact, every bit of extras, not that important but is a part of the series, and I don’t want to forget that. Watching this movies will possibly make you forget that little bits of cute lines, scenarios from the series, and I don’t want that. You can make it a review from the seasons series though.
Kuroko No Basket Anime Review
By: Tadatoshi Fujimaki
April 15, 2019
Sports Anime genre have only one path to take, tournaments. Participating individually or by teaming up, it is the most common plot that exist. While this is not a unique one, it will be the author’s capability how he manage to capture the interest of the viewer and excite them. This series focuses on students who love playing basketball. At first, I am really not interested on watching this anime. It is kind of absurd to think of a basketball story with extraordinary skills. But after trying it out, it made me realize that the plot of the story is great. I love the simplicity of it. The main reason of why the series moves forward and how it affects every branches of the story. Unrealistic as it may seem, the lesson is still there. The creator successfully stress out the core value when playing basketball. What also made me hook on this series is the directness of every plays all of the basketball teams have. Each play only last for an average of 5 to 6 episodes. Flashbacks are there but its only on a really minimum basis. You can enjoy watching all of the plays without so much cliffhanging and annoying side stories of the characters.
It is already a known that almost all of the characters on this series are super cool. It is the reason why most of the girl watched it, I think. Aside from that fact, the development of the characters can totally be seen along the story. The changes and realization they made make them more of a human. Though not skillfully speaking. Since there are so many characters, giving all of them the spotlight is hard. And that’s whats amazing. The creator successfully introduce a past where most of the characters belong. That way, it won’t be hard tackling each of the characters past and it gives the story more time in other scenarios that needs to be displayed. I love how the story never depend on the back story of the characters so much that it will take too much time to explain it.
Sound and Animation: 10
Perfect. My phone is full of Kises’ picture. Yes, every character is so handsome but it is not only this. The animation of the story is really great. Parts where the characters show dribbling, passing, shooting or even guarding their opponents is really detailed. I love how they show the movements of the characters playing on the court, as well as their expression depending on the feeling they have. Should I also mention the voices? Yes, theirs are really cool and perfectly matches the looks of the characters.
I am not really a fan of basketball. I do not hate it, but I do not also like it. This is the first anime basketball which got me hooked. Due to so much enjoyment watching it, I’ve finished it in a more faster time than the other series I tried. Every episode will make you want more, more plays, more actions on the court, more characters to encounter with. It is really exciting, and fun to watch.
This is the best route to take for an ending on this series. The main goal of Kuroko has been met after winning the nationals with his team. But no, the story did not really move forward just because they had to win. It is because he had to bring back his loss previously. He had to bring back all of the people precious to him and he did. Fixing things that is broken and making them realize the most important thing when doing the thing they love. I am content with the ending of this series. It is simple, yet it will made you realize something important.
It says i need to write a longer review while most people would tell me i elaborate too much when i explain myself. But there’s nothing more to say, the animation alone makes it worth it
Even this isnt long enough, exactly how long does it need to be to be long enough. All i wanted to say was in the first paragraph
This being the latest entry in the highlight movies, thankfully, you can watch it after you’ve finished the third season, unlike the previous ones which included contents from different seasons.
The highlight had two games, it covers the game between Rakuzan and Midorima’s team briefly then moves all the +1 hour focus to the final between Seirin and Rakuzan. It almost feels like the perfect medicine for the show’s slow pacing. A lot of people complain about the games being too long and drag on for longer than needed.
2: One Piece Film: Gold
Japanese: ONE PIECE FILM GOLD
MAL Score: 7.93
Monkey D. Luffy and his Straw Hat Crew have finally arrived on Gran Tesoro, a ship carrying the largest entertainment city in the world. Drawn in by the chances of hitting the jackpot, the crew immediately head to the casino. There, they quickly find themselves on a winning streak, playing with what seems to be endless luck.
When offered a special gamble by Gild Tesoro—the master of the city himself—the crew agrees, choosing to believe in their captain’s luck. However, when they find themselves victims of a despicable scam, the crew quickly realize that there is something darker happening beneath the city’s surface.
Left penniless and beaten down, the Straw Hat Crew are forced to rely on another gamble of a plan. With the help of a new friend or two, the group must work to reclaim what they’ve lost before time, and what remains of their luck, runs out.
What to expect:
Luffy (Gear 4)
Roronoa Zoro (air swoosh)
From an aesthetic perspective the movie is basically flawless. The animation is gorgeous, the character designs are on point, and every costume change the case goes through is exciting and memorable. The film-exclusive character is far more memorable than most of her predecessors as she is an old girlfri- I mean accomplice of Nami’s from her cat burglar days, and their dynamic is simple but effective. Getting the One Piece cast to do a heist film is inherently interesting given how batshit insane the characters are, and the genre-standard twists are handled well. There is a particular sub-twist that makes perfect sense in universe that was both inspired and hilarious.
The movie isn’t flawless character wise. Like most OP movies the characterization is slightly off. Nami, despite having ample screen time, never comments on the fact that the kids enslaved by the casino are basically in the same situation she was in for a decade. Luffy seems unusually apathetic when a crewmate is placed in danger in the first act. Nothing is egregious, but it is enough to take notice. As for most modern OP films some characters are included for no reason other than to have them in marketing material. Still have no idea what Sabo and Lucci were doing. The gambler character introduced serves no particular purpose and just drags down the movie in the middle.
The main villain is compelling ideologically, but never gets quite enough attention to make sense. His devil fruit is busted to the point it is completely unbelievable, and the main confrontation between him and Luffy suffers as a result. Cool idea, but not enough spice to make him memorable.
Its a good One Piece experience, but outside the outfits and nice cuts of animation provides nothing to remember it by.
Score: Strong 6 to a Light 7
Our beloved straw hats are going to the biggest casino in the world to have some fun and of course they will meet the owner himself!
The Casino is the biggest ship I’ve ever seen in the series and I couldn’t believe it was moved by 2 gigantic turtles! “There is gold, gold, everywhere” I mean the whole casino is filled with golden buildings, statues, restaurants, hotels and even golden amusement parks!
The animation is by far the best performance I’ve seen in a OP Movie! I was really happy to see some darker colors in the movie because the casino is filled with thousands of golden stuff. So I saw yellow and golden colors the whole time. They have done everything right at this point!
The sound was incredible! Background music, conversations and fights. Everything was sounding like I wore high end headphones the whole time!
There are so many apperances from older arcs and of course I will not tell you who I mean! I loved the costumes because our beloved crew got some noble outfits!
I heard so many laughs during the movie because there are so many funny moments while the straw hats are enjoying the time in the casino!
I really enjoyed One Piece: Gold, because I love to see how the straw hats enjoy their time like a family! The best part are the final fights and they are all insane!
Watch this movie! You’ll see a lot of old characters from the past and a lot of funny moments with luffy and the rest of the crew.
1: Tamayura: Sotsugyou Shashin Part 4 – Ashita
Japanese: たまゆら～卒業写真～ 第4部 朝-あした-
MAL Score: 8.11
The final movie of a four-part finale of Tamayura.
What makes Tamayura so great is how well it tells a simple story with simple characters. A heartwarming story about a group of young girls who are about to enter adulthood and how they have to overcome their own personal barriers to follow the path that they want to go down in life, Tamayura is a coming of age story. The story is beautiful and at moments brought me to the brink of tears. It’s also cheerful and light and is very relaxing to watch. Many times over the whole series I sat down and took a deep breath and just enjoyed myself. It put me at ease much like other relaxing/healing anime such as Non Non Biyori, Aria or the latest spring anime, Flying Witch.
The art much like the series is very calming. It’s clean and sincere. The scenery is very pretty and it adds that feeling of home sweet home. The original OVA was released in 2011 and the 4-part movies were released quite recently so there is a noticeable change in quality but even from the beginning the artwork does it’s job.
The original soundtrack is amazing. A beautiful composition that adds to the overall vibe of Tamayura. I’m going to mention it again but it really is one of Tamayura’s strongerquality, the sound is relaxing and warm. More notable are the various piano versions of the OP and ED that are played whenever things get emotional and it works like a charm. It gave those scenes more oomph and had a huge impact on me. Speaking of OP and ED, both OP and ED from the first season, ~hitotose~, is absolutely wonderful. The two songs, Okaerinasai and Kamisama no Itazura, have such a deep and powerful meaning to the entire premise of the anime. The two songs have become one of my favorite anime related songs and I rarely go a week without listening to them once or twice, or thrice, even learnt how to play them on the piano.
What makes a slice of life anime good or uninteresting is it’s characters. Since slice of life doesn’t usually rely on a plot to carry itself forward, the characters are the most important aspect. Tamayura is a bit different in that all the characters are driven by their goals but that is hardly a plot. The one exception would be the main character Fu Sawatari. It’s evident that she is the one character that is most connected to the premise of the story, her grief and insecurity caused by her father’s death, and she is the one that develops the most over the course of the anime. It may not be obvious because the show doesn’t directly show us her growth but by the end this movie she, along with all the other main characters, are completely different people than the ones you see in the first episode. They’re lovable, they’re adorable, you want to be their friends, you want to go on their little adventures. Even thought they’re pretty basic characters they still manage to make quite an impact.
Needless to say, my enjoyment can be measured as through the roof. I actually started watching Tamayura only a couple months ago and instantly fell in love with it. It has become my #1 anime and I will without a doubt be re-watching the entire series again some time in the near future. A grounded slice of life anime that isn’t filled with overly cute characters or uses cheap comedy is what makes Tamayura so special. The whole time when I was watching this last movie I could get get rid of the sad feeling inside of me knowing that there may not be any sequels after this. But I am okay with that because I know how much this anime meant to me if I felt that way.
I highly recommend this series to everyone.
From an ambitious 4 episode OVA in 2010 there have been 2 seasons and now this instalment of 4 Movies á ~50 Minutes. In this last part the creators say their final good bye to Tamayura and deliver something that is a rare sight nowadays: A proper ending.
Fitting to the theme of this whole third Season the character development is being tied up neatly and the characters you have grown to love are receiving their well deserved spotlight as they start their new adventures. Thanks to the build up not only in this season, but also during the whole run of the show, it feels very natural and relatable.
Tamayura shines again with a relaxing musical composition and beautiful backgrounds. The character animations aren’t very notable though, however I wouldn’t say that this hurts the experience.
All in all I have found lots of enjoyment yet again in Tamayura and am recommending anyone, who liked the previous instalments to dive into these Movies as well. The production quality has improved continually from the OVAs on and the plots have never felt rushed.
This “Healing” Anime is on par with Aria and the Yokohama Kaidashi Kikō Manga, it is a lot of fun to watch!
Did YOUR favorite anime make the cut? Let us know in the comments below!
1. Tamayura: Sotsugyou Shashin Part 4 – Ashita
2. One Piece Film: Gold
3. Kuroko no Basket Movie 3: Winter Cup – Tobira no Mukou
4. Digimon Adventure tri. 3: Kokuhaku
5. Kiniro Mosaic: Pretty Days