My Hero Academia Movie 2
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My Hero Academia the Movie 2: Heroes:Rising, 僕のヒーローアカデミア THE MOVIE ヒーローズ:ライジング
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Synopsis My Hero Academia Movie 2

A group of youths aspiring to become professional superheroes, fight in a world full of people with abilities, also known as quirks. Deku and his fellow classmates from Hero Academy face Nine, the strongest villain yet. My Hero Academia Movie 2 (Boku no Hero Academia the Movie 2: Heroes Rising)

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My Hero Academia Movie 2

My Hero Academia Movie 2

 

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My Hero Academia Movie 2 (My Hero Academia: Heroes: Rising) (僕のヒーローアカデミア THE MOVIE ヒーローズ:ライジング Boku no Hīrō Akademia Za Mūbī Hīrōzu: Raijingu) is a 2019 animated film My Hero Academia Movie 2 and the second one from all the My Hero Academia series.

The movie was announced in the 17th issue of Weekly Shonen Jump and first premiered in Japan on December 20, 2019. It premiered in North America and the United Kingdom on February 26, 2020.

My Hero Academia Movie 2 Synopsis:

Izuku “Deku” Midoriya and his fellow students in Class 1-A of UA High’s hero course have been chosen to participate in a safety program on Nabu Island.

To further improve their skills and gain experience in more ordinary heroics, the students aid the kind citizens with small services and everyday chores. With the low crime rate in the quiet community, all seems well and good, but the rise of a new villain threatens to put the students’ courage to the test and challenge their capabilities as heroes.

A merciless villain by the name of Nine is in search of a certain “quirk” needed to fulfill his diabolical plan—creating a society where only those with the strongest quirks reign supreme. As his attack on Nabu Island endangers the lives of the residents, securing the citizens becomes the first priority for Class 1-A; defeating Nine along with his wicked accomplices is also imperative.

A straightforward strategy is formulated until a young boy named Katsuma Shimano, whom Deku had befriended, suddenly requires particular protection. Concerned for the boy’s wellbeing, Deku and his classmates must now devise a plan to ensure Katsuma’s safety at all costs.

With Nine wreaking havoc to find the catalyst for his ill-intended schemes and the heroes desperate to defend Katsuma from harm, will Deku and his friends be able to come out victorious, or will they find themselves unable to escape a hopeless situation? My Hero Academia Movie 2

Ending Theme of My Hero Academia Movie 2:

“Higher Ground (ハイヤーグラウンド)” by sumika

The prologue of My Hero Academia Movie 2:

Late at night sometime in the winter, in the outskirts of Japan, Rock Lock and a team of Pro Heroes are in hot pursuit of the League of Villains, who are escaping in an armored truck carrying cargo requested by Doctor Garaki. The cargo in question is a large fluid-filled life support tank harboring a man.

Spinner drives the truck while carrying Dabi and Mr. Compress. With the combined efforts of Spinner’s driving skills and Dabi and Mr. Compress’ Quirks, the villains manage to hold off their pursuers. At the same time, Spinner wonders who alerted the authorities of their route, with Dabi and Mr. Compress suspecting of an information leak.

At the end of a turn is a roadblock guarded by another team of Heroes, and the No. 1 Hero: Endeavor. Dabi fires off a blast of his flames at the Pro Hero, and Endeavor uses his Flashfire Fist – Jet Burn, with both attacks colliding and canceling each other out.

Shortly after, Dabi lets out a massive blast of his flames, with Endeavor countering with his Prominence Burn. The move easily overpowers Dabi’s attack and engulfs the truck. The villains melt into piles of sludge, revealing to be just doubles made from Twice’s Quirk. Without a driver, the truck reels off the cliff.

Endeavor descends to study the cargo the League was supposed to be carrying, finding that Hawks is already there, investigating the wreckage. Endeavor blames him for not helping them before, but Hawks replies that he had just arrived. He asks about the League members, which Hawks tells him that they were mere copies created by Twice’s Quirk.

When examining the contents of the truck, the life support tank is revealed to be empty. Hawks suspected the truck was carrying a new type of Nomu, but later believes it was something else.

Not far from that area, Nine stumbles into the forest and up a small hill, where he meets with his associates: Chimera, Mummy, and Slice. He was the one being transported and managed to escape before Endeavor’s attack. Nine’s crew are happy to see him, and he tells them that the experiment was a success. He then looks over the city and expresses how he’s going to change the world for them.

My Hero Academia Movie 2 Act One: Hero Work Recommendation Project

Every student from Class 1-A has been assigned to the Hero Work Recommendation Project. A month ago, Shota Aizawa informed Class 1-A of U.A. High School that they will participate in the program sponsored by the Hero Public Safety Commission to help with their training after everyone obtained their provisional licenses. They were sent to Nabu Island to perform duties as heroes acting like their own “U.A. Agency” without the aid of any teacher. Their work would involve mostly minor deeds with the island’s relatively low crime rate.

The Pro Hero who used to protect the Island retired and now the U.A. Agency takes requests and calls from all the civilians: Denki is called to charge up a farmer’s tractor battery; Koji retrieves lost pets; Tenya goes to assist an old lady who had a broken back to the hospital;

Fumikage patrols the skies above Nabu Island; MashiraoShotoMinoruTsuyuRikidoMezo, and Hanta monitor the popular tourist beach area; Yuga and Mina clear a highway road blocked by boulders; Eijiro helps a fisher and his family load up on a semi-truck; Momo fixes a scooter; etc… Katsuki is the only member of the class to not have taken a call all day. He claims it’s because he’s waiting in case a real villain shows up.

Ochaco gets a call from a little girl who lost her brother somewhere on the island, and calls across the room and asks if anyone can help her to find the lost kid. Izuku and Kyoka volunteer.

The three search the island and find the little boy named Katsuma Shimano at a nearby park. His older sister, Mahoro Shimano suddenly appears and scolds Izuku for taking so long to find them, revealing that she was timing Izuku and the others on their arrival to their location.

She angrily scowls at Izuku because he took about an hour late to locate her brother. Izuku felt embarrassed and ashamed before Mahoro disapproves of him for being a hero, as she doesn’t appear to be fond of heroes, and walks away with her brother. Ochaco and Kyoka are confused by the exchange, but Izuku doesn’t mind being scolded by the child. He is just happy the little boy is with his sister.

Elsewhere, Mahoro gets Katsuma and herself some ice cream while making rude comments about U.A. High’s students and their inability to respond to danger despite the island’s low crime rate. Katsuma doesn’t seem as bothered as his sister because Izuku was kind to him, so Mahoro formulates a plan to make her brother change his mind about the heroes.

Meanwhile, at U.A. High School, the retired former No. 1 Hero, Toshinori Yagi, is wondering if the students at Nabu Island are alright despite having their provisional licenses, but Shota reassures Toshinori that there are no villains on the island and the students should be relatively safe from any significant threats

Back at Nabu Island, at the end of the day, the class is exhausted from all the hard work and deeds that they’ve done. Hanta wonders if the small acts are considered to be hero work, so Tenya assures that every deed that happens on the island count as hero work.

Momo reminds everyone that they may have their provisional licenses, but they are still students, so they will have to put in the hard work to make sure that the island residents can count on them. Minoru points out to the class that the only one who hasn’t done the work since they arrived on the island was Katsuki, who refuses to do small deeds unless there is a villain involved.

The residents of Nabu Island come to the Hero Office and greet the class with special accommodations of food for dinner as a token of gratitude for all of their hero work. After eating their dinner, Denki, Hanta, and several other students come and tell Eijiro to join them at the onsen bath and assign Katsuki to be on night patrol.

He complains, but the guys remind him that he didn’t do any hero work all day long. Katsuki can’t argue that and goes out to patrol the grounds.

Later on in the night, Izuku is practicing his kicks to keep training on the One For All. He thinks about his Quirk and how he can train himself to be able to use this power that All Might has given him. Coming back from his patrol, Katsuki finds Izuku training and tells him to hurry and master his Quirk. They have an exchange over who will be the No. 1 Hero before it’s interrupted by Katsuma.

The young boy tells them a villain has appeared. Deku is surprised by the presence of a villain before Katsuki pushes him aside, demanding Katsuma to explain himself better.

Meanwhile, in the Hero, Public Safety Commission headquarters, the No. 2 Hero, Hawks, is in a committee meeting. The Hero Committee reports that in recent weeks several heroes have been attacked and that they have lost their Quirks. They suspect that the League of Villains has managed to reproduce the Quirk-nullifying bullet.

They ask Hawks if he had heard anything about this, but Hawks said that he doesn’t think that these incidents are from the Quirk bullet. He suggests the possibility that their Quirk may have been stolen, although Hawks acknowledges it is an unlikely assumption since All For One is in jail. Still, he is certain that the League of Villains is involved in these incidents.

Meanwhile, the League themselves are chilling at a rundown shack in the middle of nowhere. They discuss the cargo they were supposed to be transporting. No one seems to know what was inside other than Tomura Shigaraki. He recalls the Life Support Unit from back when he was still directly under All For One. The Doctor told him specifically to never touch it because it was a personal project.

In another place, Katsuma and Mahoro’s father, who is on a business trip in Kyushu, watches a video recording of his children before he was attacked by Chimera, who slammed the truck to knock him out. Nine uses his Scanning Quirk on him and proclaims that he has found what he was looking for. He then uses his All For One Quirk to steal and absorb Mr. Shimano’s Cell Activation Quirk.

When Nine takes Mr. Shimano’s power, he uses his original Quirk Weather Manipulation to call lightning down to destroy parts of the city. Nine and their groups are excited that they can finally put their plan into action to fulfill their dreams. Nine then freezes up in pain as his cells begin to degenerate, and he realizes that Mr. Shimano’s Quirk isn’t compatible with him because it only works on A-Type blood and he is B-Type.

Chimera laments over the team’s struggle to cure Nine being worthless, but Slice shows them the video recording of Katsuma and Mahoro. Nine remembers that Quirks are hereditary, and decides to aim for the kids as one of them must have a Quirk that is similar to their father that might be compatible with his body.

At Nabu Island, Katsuki rushes over to where Katsuma said the villain is located, carrying the little kid and being followed by Izuku. Katsuma tells him he saw the villain at the ancient castle ruins located in Mount Shiroyama, on a smaller island next to Nabu. Katsuki arrives on the scene first to confront the villain: a giant praying mantis wreaking havoc on the side of the hill. Katsuki uses Stun Grenade to blind it, but he notices something wrong and stops attacking.

Izuku arrives shortly afterward and sees the praying mantis attacking Katsuki, but it phases through him. Katsuki generates a huge explosion that makes Mahoro fall from her hiding place. The giant mantis disappears, confirming Katsuki’s suspicions that the monster was fake because there was no shadow beneath it. The creature was created by Mahoro’s Quirk: Hologram.

Katsuki is furious as he shouts to the girl if she’s trying to make fun of him. He tells her that he’s aiming to be Number 1 and doesn’t need stupid kids to play pranks on him. Katsuki scolds Mahoro and Katsuma with an increasingly angry face for having faked a villain attack, forcing Izuku to restrain him for fear that he will hurt the kids. Katsuma and Mahoro scurry off while Katsuki struggles to get Izuku off him.

The kids end up in a sugar cane field as they look at the stars. Mahoro complains about Katsuki, saying that even though he wants to be a hero he seems more like a villain, reinforcing her dislike for heroes because they’re all talk. Katsuma tells him that despite that those two boys went to help them. Mahoro is aware that her little brother is fond of heroes and wants to be one, but she says their father is better than any hero.

The next day, in Kyushu, Hawks arrives on the scene of destruction caused by Nine last night. Among the victims, Mr. Shimano stands out because he has lost his Quirk. This baffles Hawks as Mr. Shimano is a civilian and not a hero like the previous victims. He wonders what exactly is going on. While Hawks investigates the scene, Tomura observes him from the ruins of a building.

Back at Nabu Island, the class resumes their daily schedule hero work. Izuku comes across Katsuma again, who apologizes for his sister’s prank last night. Katsuki also listens to Katsuma’s apology as he is outside standing on the veranda. He listens to Katsuma explaining that Mahoro was trying to prove that the heroes wouldn’t come help but they did just like Katsuma believed.

Deku notes that Katsuma has an Edge shot pin on his bag, and asks him if he likes heroes. Katsuma says that he really admires Heroes and wants to be one even though his Quirk isn’t suited for combat. However, his sister dislikes heroes and wants to discourage him from ever becoming one. Izuku realizes that Mahoro doesn’t quite hate heroes, she just wants to stop Katsuma from thinking of becoming one because she was afraid that hero work is dangerous, which reminds him of how his mother, Inko, was worried about his well-being.

Izuku assures Katsuma that anyone can be a hero as long as they focus on putting in their effort. After Katsuma leaves, one of the residents tells Izuku that Katsuma and Mahoro live alone with their father on the island. Their mother passed away from a particular illness when they were very young, and the village watches after them while their father is away working. That’s why Mahoro is very protective of her brother. Katsuki overhears everything from the balcony.

My Hero Academia Movie 2 Act Two: Nine’s Invasion

By sunset, Katsuma meets back with Mahoro at the same park where he met Izuku and is about to tell his sister about becoming a hero when Nine and his villains hijack a ferry and crash into the Nabu Island harbor. Residents flee as the villains arrived. Once the villains have landed on the island, the villains begin their assault.

Nine instructs his allies to do whatever they need to do in order to create distractions while he hunts down the two kids. Slice uses her Quirk to destroy all of the ships at the harbor while Nine and the rest of the villains continue their attack. Terrified, Katsuma and Mahoro attempt to contact Class 1-A headquarters, but Katsuki answers the phone.

He doesn’t believe her at first but Izuku hears the exchange and takes the phone. Just before Izuku can answer back, the phone service is cut off after Chimera destroyed the communication towers, rendering all connections to the outside world severed.

Once the connection is cut off, the villains continue with their invasion. Mummy focuses his efforts on attacking the urban area near the mall, where Minoru, Toru, and Yuga are patrolling.

Mummy quickly overpowers them with his Quirk: Mummification to reanimate non-living objects into massive puppets. While Yuga attacks with his Navel Laser and Minoru fights back with his Pop Off, Toru tries to contact headquarters, but she discovers that the communication service is dead.

Chimera is confronted by Mashirao and Fumikage while Tsuyu and Mezo evacuate the residents and the tourists that are on the beach. Mashirao attacks Chimera with Tornado Tail Dance, but the villain blocks his attacks so easily with one hand because his Quirk, gives him animalistic speed and the strengths of different kinds of animals.

Fumikage attempts to attack with Dark Shadow, but the villain blocks the attack, much to the latter’s shock. Outmatched, Mashirao orders Fumikage to head back to headquarters to request backup.

Back at Class 1-A headquarters, the heroes are confused about why the phone service is dead until one of the residents notifies them of a villain attacking the shopping district as Fumikage returns to report a villain attack at the beach. Quickly, Tenya devises the plan of action.

He splits the Class into groups in order to deal with the separate threats: Katsuki, Eijiro, and Denki will go to the shopping district and intercept the villain with Momo, Kyoka, and Mina assist with medical evacuation while he, Shoto, Hanta, Sato, Fumikage will intercept the villain at the beach as Ochaco and Koda assist with the evacuation of the tourists and residents.

At the downtown hospital clinic, Minoru, Yuga, and Toru fend off against Mummy and the endless army of mummified puppets. Yuya and Minoru reach their Quirk limits but luckily, Katsuki’s team intervenes and provides assistance. While Katsuki, Denki, and Eijiro fight off against the mummified puppets, Momo, Kyoka, and Mina evacuate the local residents nearby.

During the battle, the villain is able to wrap Katsuki up and turned him into a mummified puppet using his costume. He proves too much for Denki and Eijiro but Katsuki is able to free himself by detonating one of his Grenadier Bracers and defeats the villain using AP Shot in point-blank range, knocking the villain unconscious before heading off to find more villains.

Back on the beach, Mashirao continues to fight Chimera before being defeated after taking a devastating punch. Mezo attempts to fight the villain, but Chimera caught him and starts to strangle him with raw strength before Tenya and his team arrive to intercept the villain. Despite Hanta, Shoto, Tenya, Fumikage, and Rikido’s teamwork, the villain proves to outmatch everyone before he incapacitates Rikido.

Meanwhile, Katsuma and Mahoro run away from the scene of the fighting and attempt to get back home, but they run into Nine, who destroys their home. The villain uses his Quirk to scan the little kids and finds out that Katsuma has the exact Cell Activation Quirk he needed. Before Nine can steal Katsuma’s Quirk, Izuku arrives and rescues the kids, using his Quirk to escape through a forest area and get the kids to safety.

Izuku fights Nine using his Quirk at 8%, but Nine uses his Air Wall Quirk to create a barrier that is made of highly compressed air to shield himself. Izuku retreats after Nine uses his Bullet Laser Quirk to shoot purple laser beams over to Izuku.

The hero realizes that Nine has the same Quirk as All For One, and attacks using Delaware Smash Air Force, but Nine uses the Air Wall Quirk to shield himself and retaliate by using it to push a gust of wind directly at Izuku. He then activates One For All: Full Cowl at 20% and uses St. Louis Smash, but despite increasing his power, Izuku is still outmatched by Nine.

Using his Scanning Quirk, Nine realizes that Izuku has an interesting Quirk and attempts to use his All For One Quirk to steal it. While Nine tries to steal Izuku’s Quirk, something stopped the process, leaving Izuku temporarily immobile. Nine is surprised that he can’t steal Izuku’s Quirk, and assumes, due to him also possessing multiple Quirks, it is because he has no room for it. Disappointed for not being able to snatch his Quirk, Nine blasts a defenseless Izuku, slamming him hard against a nearby hill.

Mahoro and Katsuma try to help Izuku, but he orders them to flee. Nine proceeds to shoot a purple laser at Izuku’s chest, wounding him. Frightened, Mahoro uses her Quirk to project a cartoony version of the wounded Izuku to notify everyone.

Before Nine can dispose of Izuku, Katsuki arrives and engages in combat with Nine, but even he, alone, is no match for Nine and his multiple Quirks. Katsuki manages to outsmart the villain and is about to attack him up close when Nine activates his Hydra Quirk and pins down him.

Izuku manages to recover and attacks Nine. As Izuku is close to landing a blow at Nine, the villain uses his original Weather Manipulation Quirk to summon a massive lightning strike to zap Izuku and Katsuki, severely injuring them in the process, while at the same time, causing a major blackout throughout Nabu Island. With Izuku and Katsuki down, Nine goes after the children, but then, he suffers from his cell degeneration disease and is unable to continue fighting.

Slice arrives to help Nine and attempts to take Katsuma before Koda uses his Anivoice Quirk to summon a swarm of crows to blind the villains while Mezo, Tsuyu, and Ochaco rescue the wounded Izuku and Katsuki and the children. Nine orders Slice to chase them but she assures him that they cannot leave the island and what they must do now is withdraw so that he can recover. With the kids gone and Nine in pain from his illness, Slice fires a flare gun to call all their allies to retreat.

My Hero Academia Movie 2 Act Three: Preparations for the Last Stand

Later at night, Class 1-A regroups and holds out in a factory with all the civilians that they’ve managed to save and providing humanitarian aid to the local residents. Mummy was captured, locked up, and chained inside the machine room, but he refuses to talk to any of them after they questioned the villain. Momo and Denki are currently working on maintaining essential supplies.

Ochaco goes into the room where other civilians are being healed by medical staff from the hospital clinic with healing Quirks. Izuku and Katsuki are both unconscious and the Doctors can only use their Quirks to close their wounds, but they cannot treat them any further because they’ve suffered so much damage that they need to be sent to a hospital in the mainland.

Mahoro and Katsuma then come into the room and they say that he can help using his Cell Activation Quirk to heal both Izuku and Katsuki. The doctors appreciate his help, and invite him to heal both heroes.

Meanwhile, the villains hole up in a lighthouse. Nine is sleeping, trying to recover as Slice watches over him. Chimera comes into the room and asks where’s Mummy, and they realize that Mummy was captured. Chimera then reminisces on when Nine saved him and asked him to join his group, explaining that he will bring order to the society where the strongest Quirks will rule over the weaker Quirks, and so he would not have to hide again from the society that treats him like a monster.

The flashback continues to when Nine told his teammates that he plans to undergo an experiment by Dr. Daruma Ujiko to gain more power, and in this way find a cure for his illness. Daruma managed to adapt the Quirk factor of the All For One Quirk into Nine, making him capable of stealing up to eight Quirks.

Sometime later, when Nine joined them on the night of the car chase, he explained that Ujiko’s operation was a success, obtaining great power but also worsening the symptoms of his illness. Chimera considered that the operation was for nothing then, but Nine corrects him saying that it is not true, because with his new power, he only needs to steal a Quirk to help him to overcome his illness, and in this way, he will be able to build the utopia that they had always dreamed of.

Back to the present, in the factory, Katsuma continues trying his hardest to heal Deku and Katsuki with his Quirk, to the point where he almost passes out. His sister asks him to get some rest but he refuses to give up and continues using his Cell Activation Quirk, until finally both Izuku and Katsuki start waking up

In another room, Class 1-A holds a meeting to discuss how to deal with the major threat from Nine and the rest of the villains. Momo created a drone to send an SOS out to the mainland but won’t arrive for six more hours. They are trying to figure out what the villains are after when Katsuma and Mahoro enter the room, and the little boy reveals that he is the target for the villains, since Nine wants to steal his Quirk.

Some students suggest helping the boy escape to thwart the villain’s plans, but Shoto advises against it as they could kill the inhabitants of the island in retaliation. Katsuma then offers to surrender himself to Nine to save everyone, but Izuku appears, having fully recovered after Katsuma healed him, and dissuades the boy of his idea by telling him he has an amazing Quirk that he should never give up.

Katsuki also enters the room fully healed and tells everyone that the only thing to do is to crush the villains.

Inspired by Izuku and Katsuki’s words, the class thinks back on all of the hard work they’ve done for the people and are now determined to do the same as Izuku and Katsuki. The whole class unanimously agrees to fight the villains and protect everyone on the island.

Izuku devises a plan of action for the class: by relocating all the civilians to Mount Shiroyama in the smaller island where the ancient castle is located, it can hold all of the residents in the large cave safely. This way, the villains only have one route to get to Katsuma and everyone has an escape route if needed.

The heroes will engage the villains using the terrain to their advantage and spit the villains apart. Mashirao, Kyoka, and Mezo will personally guard Katsuma and Mahoro while the civilians are holding out inside the cave protected by Koji, Rikido, and Toru.

Shoto questions about how the class is going to deal with Nine and his multiple Quirks. Izuku noted that Nine can only use his Quirk for a limited time due to the illness he is suffering, so the plan is to have everyone attack in waves to make sure the villain uses his Quirk all the time until he has reached his limit and hold out until reinforcements from the mainland arrive.

The next morning, after recovering from his illness, Nine, Slice, and Chimera arrive at the entrance to the island after Slice scouted them on the ruins of the ancient castle. The villains make their way to Mount Shiroyama, determined to take Katsuma no matter the cost.

My Hero Academia Movie 2 Act Four: Rising

With the villains approaching the ruins, the heroes begin their assault on the villains with a pre-emptive strike. Yuga attacks first using his signature move, “Can’t Stop Twinkling: Supernova” to fire a massive laser bombardment at the villains. While Nine blocks the attack with his Air Wall Quirk, Slice, and Chimera break away from the blast, unaware that they are falling right into their trap.

Momo reveals two massive cannons she created last night with the last sources of her Creation Quirk and shot at the villains, which cause Slice to collapse in an underground cavern and Chimera to plunge into a nearby waterfall.

With the villains separated, Hanta and Ochaco commence their assault on Nine. Hanta uses his Tape Quirk to throw huge boulders at Nine supported by Ochaco’s Quirk: Zero Gravity.

Nine deflects all of their attacks using his Air Wall Quirk for defense and his Bullet Laser Quirk for an offense. Ochaco continues to use her Quirk to make more floating boulders for Hanta to throw at Nine, but the villain is still not stopping, so Hanta, Minoru, and Ochaco retreat to a trap they prepared and caused a massive rock slide with Minoru using his Pop Off Quirk to make the rocks stick together even harder to bury the villain.

However, Nine is able to break free easily, knocking Minoru out of the battle. Momo and Yuga intervene and engage Nine, but the villain defeats both of them.

Izuku and Katsuki intercept the villain, but they aren’t enough to take down the villain as Nine uses his Air Wall and Bullet Laser Quirks to defend and attack at the same time. Hanta attempts to help out, but he is defeated after Nine uses his Bullet Laser Quirk to blast him. Ochaco tries to make Nine floats but she gets knocked out by his Hydra Quirk.

Izuku and Katsuki fire back against the Hydra Quirk with a combination of Delaware Air Force and AP Shot, but the Quirk is too much and takes down them both.

As the villain’s about to defeat Izuku and Katsuki, Nine has reached his limit and starts to reel in pain from his illness. Izuku and Katsuki seize the opportunity, but Nine activates his life-support to take a heavy dose of empowering drug and goes beyond his limit, summoning a massive lightning strike that seemingly vaporized Izuku and Katsuki.

Meanwhile, in the underground cavern, Fumikage engages close combat with Slice in his Black Abyss with Mina providing support using her Acid Quirk. Despite using the darkness to his advantage, Fumikage proves to be unmatched for Slice and her swift combat agility.

Fumikage makes an opening for Mina to use her signature move, Acid Shot to destroy much of Slice’s hair. Fumikage attacks with Dark Shadow, but Slice retaliates by using her Quirk to fire multiple barrages of sharp needles at Dark Shadow and Mina. Mina attempts to dodge all of her attacks, but she gets wounded in the process.

Enraged, Fumikage goes berserk and his Dark Shadow Quirk intensifies to become massively monstrous and viciously attacks Slice. The villain attempts to shoot her hair needles at the ceiling, but she is defeated by Fumikage after Dark Shadow grabbed her. However, the cavern collapsed on top of them. The sunlight from the sky nullifies Dark Shadow as Fumikage uses his body to shield the wounded Mina while the cavern buries all of them under piles of boulders.

At the waterfall, with Chimera alone, Tenya, Tsuyu, Eijiro, and Shoto engage the villain. Tsuyu drags Chimera into the water before Shoto freezes it, but it isn’t enough to stop the villain. Eijiro and Tenya attack him with a series of kicks and punches while Shoto fights back with fire and ice attacks using his Half-Cold Half-Hot Quirk. At first, Chimera seems to be able to repel all three of them easily until he feels his body being paralyzed.

It is revealed that Eijiro and Tenya were attacking the villain using the special toxin mucus from Tsuyu’s Frog Quirk. Chimera uses his Quirk to transform and grow his body bigger, nullifying the toxin. The villain fires a massive burning blast at the four of them. Shoto attempts to make an ice wall to block it, but it’s not enough, forcing the four heroes to flee to avoid the fire.

Pinned by Chimera, Shoto devises a plan: Tenya uses his Quirk: Engine to distract Chimera using Recipro Turbo, while Eijiro and Shoto sneak from behind using the same method they had used to save Katsuki in Kamino. Chimera notices them and fires his burning breath to blast them. Eijiro uses his Hardening Quirk to activate his signature move:

Red Riot Unbreakable to take the full-frontal hit from the laser before he loses consciousness, giving Shoto the opportunity to strike. After Chimera used up his fire beam, Shoto manages to get on top of the villain with Tsuyu restraining the hands using her long tongue and Tenya holding the tail to the ground.

Chimera manages to defeat Tsuyu and Tenya and knock both of them out before Shoto defeats the villain by activating his Quirk to reach sub-zero temperatures and freeze the villain inside out before passing out from the cold temperatures in his body.

At the same time, in the mainland, Hawks questions Katsuma and Mahoro’s father who regained consciousness and retells everything that happened to him, and how the villain, Nine, stole his Quirk. Hawks receives a call from the Public Safety Commission who informs him that a fisherman found a drone that contains a message saying that villains have attacked Nabu Island.

Realizing that Class 1-A is at Nabu Island and engaging Nine and the villains alone, Hawks flies over to the island as fast as he can while contacting U.A High to send in reinforcements.

Meanwhile, the situation for Class 1-A is growing dire as Nine was proven to be too powerful for all of them. Mashirao, Mezo, and Kyoka flee with Katsuma and Mahoro to the escape route in the caves. Mezo takes the kids away while Mashirao and Kyoka ambush the villain first to hold him back but they are smashed by the Hydra Quirk.

Nine later catches up to Mezo and attacks him using his Bullet Lasers as Mezo protects the kids. Mashiro and Kyoka catch up to attack Nine with Mezo tackling with his Dupli-Arms Quirk, but the villain blasts all three of them away, defeating them.

Nine holds Mahoro hostage to demand Katsuma to surrender his Quirk or he will kill his sister. Before Nine can steal his Quirk, Izuku and Katsuki enter the fray to save Katsuma and Mahoro, revealing that they survived the lightning strike using Denki as a lightning rod to absorb the lightning.

Izuku and Katsuki gain the advantage after Nine is reaching his limits of using his multiple Quirks and overwhelms him with a combination of Detroit Smash and Explosion. On the verge of defeat, Nine uses the entire empowering drug in his life-support system which amplifies his Weather Manipulation Quirk to the maximum and summons a massive fire tornado and lightning storm and begins to destroy everything on the island.

Izuku boosts his Quirk to reach 100% and uses Detroit Smash while Katsuki uses Howitzer Impact, but the two aren’t strong enough to stop Nine and get obliterated by the Weather Manipulation Quirk. Mezo manages to regain consciousness and uses his body to shield Katsuma and Mahoro from falling debris as the firestorm causes a cave-in, trapping Koji, Rikido, and Toru along with the civilians in the cave.

Izuku and Katsuki manage to survive, but they are severely wounded. Nine proceeds to decimate them with his Bullet Laser and uses his Hydra to start crushing them to death.

With the entire class down and wounded, Izuku makes the desperate gamble; he transfers One For All to Katsuki, breaking the grip from Nine. Infuriated, Nine attempts to kill them by summoning another massive storm on the island, destroying much of the island’s infrastructure. Katsuki boosts up to reach One For All: Full Cowl – 100% and together with Izuku, they use Detroit Smash to stop the tornado.

Nine is just shocked by what he just witnessed, but he still refuses to give up on fulfilling his dreams, and engages Izuku and Katsuki in intense combat, releasing all his Quirks at their maximum power.

After a lengthy fight, Izuku and Katsuki finally manage to defeat Nine once and for all using the Explosion Quirk combined with St. Louis Smash at 100%, effectively ending the threat, but the ember left by One For All sparks out, leaving Izuku permanently Quirkless once again. Both heroes pass out from their injuries and exhaustion. As Izuku loses consciousness, he thanks One For All for everything as its last embers are extinguished inside him.

Epilogue My Hero Academia Movie 2:

After Class-1-A emerged victorious over the threat, a large number of heroes and the military arrived on Nabu Island, rescuing the trapped civilians including Rikido, Koji, and Toru, medically treating Class 1-A, and providing humanitarian aid.

As Hawks rescues Fumikage and Mina, Toshinori recovers the barely conscious Izuku and the unconscious Katsuki. Izuku tearfully apologizes to Toshinori for giving One For All to Katsuki because he had no other choice if he wants to protect the people on the island before losing consciousness.

Toshinori forgives Izuku but is left surprised when he sees One For All still retained inside of Izuku. At first, he theorized that Katsuki must’ve lost consciousness before the transfer could be completed, but on second thought theorized that One For All must’ve kept itself inside of Izuku for his willingness to risk himself to protect the innocent even if it means losing One For All. Tearfully, Toshinori thanks the previous users of One For All and his master, Nana Shimura.

Hawks watches as Mummy, Chimera, and Slice are put into custody. He then wonders what Tomura Shigaraki has planned. It turns out that Nine was blasted away to an island surrounded by flowers. Tomura appears in front of the wounded Nine using Warping. Nine reaches out saying that he hasn’t perfected the society yet and needs more time, and there needs to be someone who can guide everyone.

Tomura puts his hand on Nine’s face, promising that he will take over the world that Nine so desperately planned to before he kills Nine using his Decay Quirk and leaves the island.

Class 1-A recovers and continues to stay on Nabu Island to help repair the damage done by Nine and his villains until the Public Safety Commission suspends the program and orders them to be sent home. With the island being repaired by the military and the heroes, Class 1-A boards a ferry to leave.

Izuku has a conversation with Katsuki, who suffered amnesia where he doesn’t remember using One For All. Katsuma and Mahoro, who are reunited with their father, say their goodbyes to Class 1-A for protecting them and saving the island. Katsuma promises to get stronger and Izuku tells him that he can become a hero and he will be waiting for him at U.A. High School.

My Hero Academia Movie 2

My Hero Academia Movie 2

Feb 26, 2020
SableyesGrin (All reviews)

I know before even writing this, I will be in the minority regarding my thoughts and feelings on My Hero Academia Movie 2. I will do my best to exclude spoilers but some talking points will probably require minor hints at what happens.

Story of My Hero Academia Movie 2: 6
The story for the My Hero Academia Movie 2 is as cookie-cutter as it gets for a shounen anime, especially My Hero Academia Movie 2. There’s a villain who, surprise, wants to rule the world and use powers to make his own kind of power-based fantasy realm that doesn’t work if you think about it for more than a second or two.

He, of course, has to be tied into the League but that isn’t really used much in the film My Hero Academia Movie 2, much like the last My Hero Academia Movie 2 film. As seen in the trailers, My Hero Academia Movie 2 revolves around two kids on an out-of-the-way island and how 1-A defends them and the island from harm. Basic superhero story stuff. The story, however, begins to falter as it goes further and further forward with the villains seeming much more overpowered than needs to be with no real way to beat them except the classic trope of “Try to do what you’re already doing but better!”
After the necessary team-up fight the two main heroes of this film, Izuku, and Katsuki, do what they have to do and save the day. Some might consider that a bit spoiler-y but y’know, this is a superhero film My Hero Academia Movie 2. Where the story loses a lot of points for me is how the dynamic duo takes down the main villain.

I won’t say what happened or how it happened as it was truly unexpected but holy **** was it absolute rubbish. At what was supposed to be this film’s My Hero Academia Movie 2 ultimate climax and the explosion of emotion and “We got this” I…. burst out laughing at how unbelievable it truly was. That’s all I’ll say regarding it as I can’t explain much without completely ruining it.

Art of My Hero Academia Movie 2: 7
The art and subsequent animation that generally falls under this category were rather lackluster in regards to an anime film My Hero Academia Movie 2 where animation tends to be a bit better and the drawings have a little more time put into them.

As you would do, I spent a lot of the time comparing this to the last films art and animation (which I’ve viewed multiple times and even once before seeing this film in the theatre) and I was really let down by how just truly “eh” the film My Hero Academia Movie 2 looked.

The big fights and quirks looked more or less like they do in the actual anime which I felt kind of let down by. Overall though, this film My Hero Academia Movie 2 still managed to achieve the My Hero Academia Movie 2 aesthetic and feel so that’s why the art gets the highest score of this review for me.

Sound of My Hero Academia Movie 2: 5
WARNING: Being in the US, the theatre was playing My Hero Academia Movie 2 in the dub so that’s what I’m reviewing
The sound in this film My Hero Academia Movie 2 was probably the biggest letdown out of the whole film. Starting with what I found to be the worst part, the voices. I watch most anime subbed with dubs here and there and have actually watched most of My Hero Academia Movie 2 in both dub and sub as I usually really enjoy both voices for most characters. This film My Hero Academia Movie 2 broke me.

The dub was bad. Like really bad. Like I was wishing for them to switch to Japanese most of the time bad. The characters sounded washed out, reverberated like they were in a metal box, and overall some of the worst voice acting for this show and most anime I’ve ever heard.
The line delivery was weak and the lines themselves felt like they may not have been translated as well as some other things. Conversations were awkward and people didn’t always feel like they were actually talking to the people in the scene with them.
After the voices come to the SFX in general. Again, the SFX just didn’t hit me as most do in an anime. The explosions felt far away, the ambiance sounds (such as the ocean or the general summer sounds) sounded really poorly balanced and like they had been done by a “made for home release film My Hero Academia Movie 2” company. The SFX just wasn’t there for me. Now for the main part of the sound that I never knew I’d miss as much as I did until it wasn’t there: The music.
The music in My Hero Academia Movie 2just isn’t present in the way My Hero Academia Movie 2 usually uses music. Hype moments are punctuated with dull tracks, slower moments have light music at best and the climax of the film My Hero Academia Movie 2 has some of the most awkward and weird feeling music I’ve ever felt and listened to.

Due to the nature of the climax, I understood what they were going for but it just didn’t land for me and I felt really disappointed by it as a whole. Overall regarding sound, the voices were lackluster, the SFX were very average at best, and the music just didn’t play for me in the way I wanted an action film’s music to hit in My Hero Academia Movie 2.

The character of My Hero Academia Movie 2: 5
My Hero Academia Movie 2 quite possibly contains some of the lamest and unoriginal characters that have ever existed in the My Hero Academia Movie 2 universe. My Hero Academia Movie 2 usually has a plethora of fun and unique characters with weird powers that they use in a way that you fall in love with, regardless of the side they’re on. Heroes: Rising does not really have that. As you discover in the early parts of the film My Hero Academia Movie 2, the villain is literally just an “All-for-One” clone, but a different person.

He steals quirks and uses them to try and accomplish his weird goal of remaking Earth in his image. He’s literally evil because he is evil. He is, naturally as aforementioned, accompanied by 3 “henchmen” that each has their own powers that make them equally as lame.
One is just an infinitely scaling, all-powerful animal dude that I was bored with every moment he was on screen. Another is literally just the Inhumans’ character Medusa and the final one is a dude that controls bandages.
They were so painful to watch and really unbelievable when together. The chemistry didn’t exist and I often found myself wondering exactly why they all were even working together anyways. Aside from the villains, there are the people of the island and the two Deus E…I mean kids from the poster. The people are typical My Hero Academia Movie 2 people who all have quirks or are more or less normal and they were fine as background characters. The two children, however, were certainly characters alright.
A young boy, Katsuma, and his sister, Mahoro, are like a tiny Deku (except Katsuma has power) and Kota respectively. One wants to become a hero but doubts himself and his power and his sister hates heroes and thinks they are a bad thing…until she is miraculously saved by one and instantly loves them.
They, as primary characters that were deemed so important they were protected beyond everything, are drab and feel like they’ve been copy-pasted into the situation so our heroes can save the day.
I did not like the added characters of My Hero Academia Movie 2. After these added characters, I feel I’m obliged to talk about the two selling points of the film My Hero Academia Movie 2, Izuku, and Katsuki. This film My Hero Academia Movie 2 was supposed to be them learning to fight and work together better so they could become a true duo for the future. They had those moments.
The moments where you saw them as two friends fighting and combo-ing together to try and take down a villain and show how they were incredibly similar individuals in their convictions and overall goals. Like a lot of the film My Hero Academia Movie 2, these moments were sadly punctuated with a lot of fluff and action that just didn’t seem like them as characters, even after they had grown.
The climax was the highlight of this for me is where a sacrifice has to be made and it truly doesn’t feel like either of them earned it or truly understand what it would mean if it actually happened the way they thought it was going to.
I hated it. It felt forced and rushed and like the two characters didn’t actually know what they were doing, even when the film My Hero Academia Movie 2 was trying to sell you on the idea they had started to work in a sense of tandem and as a true duo, not two people fighting against the same guy at the same time.

The rest of our class of 1-A had some nice moments as individual characters with many of them being forced to overcome personal obstacles or fight through limitations and…go Plus Ultra, but ultimately the rest of the cast fell very flat.

Enjoyment and Overall Rating of My Hero Academia Movie 2: 6
Despite my many gripes with theMy Hero Academia Movie 2, I found myself enjoying certain aspects of the My Hero Academia Movie 2 and there were some cool action sequences. Sadly, these moments could not totally eclipse and overcome the glaring flaws of this film that caused me to laugh at the emotional climax and spend more time analyzing and finding issues than enjoying what the movie My Hero Academia Movie 2 was trying so hard to be, a fun and fast-paced superhero action film My Hero Academia Movie 2.

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