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Your Name Collector's Edition Steelbook (Blu-ray + DVD+CD)
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Mitsuha and Taki have never met, but when the frustrated country girl wishes of a life in the big city, they will forge a connection both unexplainable and unforgettable.
In their dreams, the two swap lives, cultures and genders as they learn more about, and grow closer to, each other. What was once a shock becomes a joy-filled double life, but what will happen when they discover the red string of fate tying them together?
Contains the film on Blu-Ray and DVD with both the English dub and the original Japanese track with English subtitles. Presented in collectors steelbook packaging and also includes a CD of the film soundtrack by RADWIMPS.
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I chose to buy the collectors edition as I loved the movie and I was not disappointed in the slightest.
For the price you pay, you get a collectors steelbook case, the movie on DVD + Bluray and RADWIMPS Japanese album.
Having listened to the CD, I can say that it moved me listening to it. The music from the movie was beatuiful anyway.
Tracks that stand out would be "Zenzenzense", "Sparkle" and "Nandemonaiya" (The last track on the album)
The Bluray disc was good based on the quality of the movie.
You have the movie in 1080p, and audio options are English 5.1 and Japanese 5.1 (both with English subtitle options)
I didn't check the DVD yet as I am more of a quality nut and chose to watch the movie in the best possible resolution.
In my honest opinion, the extras were a little lacking. You have a Japanese promo clip, English trailer, a sort of documentary with interviews from the cast and director and Madman (production company) trailers.
In closing, I do recommend you buy if you would like this in your collection.
However, if you do choose to buy this, go for the collector's edition.
Thank you for your time ^.^
The story had me a little confused at the beginning, however shortly after things start to fall in place. The story was intriguing and had me guessing what was going to happen throughout the film, not only that, it hit me with different emotions from extreme laughter to anticipation and a bit of an emotional roller-coaster.
The change of characteristics when they swapped bodies was well done, the animation is beautiful and a great soundtrack to go with it, making it a complete package; I was also very happy with the ending, it was perfect in my opinion.
This is definitely one of my favourite anime films to date and would highly recommend it.
Imagine if you had the chance to switch places with someone else. To live the life that you wanted, but somewhere along the way time got tangled. You start forgetting things, and you don't know who you are, and you can't even remember that one important name. What would you do? I won't spoil any of the film but this truly is an anime masterpiece, and I have seen a lot of animae over the years, but this one, is the one that really sticks out for me the most. I am now a big fan of Makoto Shinkai and can't wait to watch more in the near future.
I happened upon this film on Amazon's Prime streaming service (where it's currently free to view if you're a Prime member) while searching for "Spirited Away" so I had to watch it. "Your Name." is my very first Japanese anime movie and I am far from disappointed. Infact, I am beyond happy and I have just watched it for a second time but this time on Blu-ray.
I've chosen not to drone on about the film and what it's about as many people have commented on that already. Personally, I recommend that you watch the trailer on YouTube. Instead, I have commented on the audio and visuals. For clear information about the extras please see the photos I have shared.
Graphics and visuals:
The graphics are breathtakingly detailed and some scenes look dreamily hazy with a dazzling array of colours. Shadow and light have been well used as well. I'm pleasantly surprised with how well timed the characters spoken animations are too.
English voice actors:
Full of emotion, personality and well timed with the graphics as well.
Information on the Prime streaming version:
It is dubbed in English with optional subtitles but the music by Radwimps is in Japanese. From time-to-time some basic English subtitles will pop up on the screen when there is Japanese text on the screen. For example; there is a scene where Mitsuha (the girl on the cover art) and her two friends are walking pass some buildings. They are two pubs and above them it says what each pub is called.
Information on the Blu-ray version:
It is dubbed in English but you can select to hear it in Japanese with English subtitles as well. The Radwimps music is in English. From time-to-time some basic English subtitles will pop up on the screen when there is Japanese text on the screen. For example; there is a scene where Mitsuha and her two friends are walking pass some buildings. They are two pubs and above them it says what each pub is called.
Information on the DVD version:
I haven't watched the dvd version yet so I cannot comment fairly. I will update this section when I have though.
Information on the CD soundtrack:
I popped the disc into my laptop this morning but unfortunately my CD drive has stopped working (no discs work) so I cannot comment on it yet. I will update when I'm able to listen.
I highly recommend this movie and the collector's edition steelbook to any avid Japanese anime fan and newcomers as well.
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