My Hero Academia: World Heroes' Mission


Action / Adventure / Animation / Fantasy / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 87% · 30 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 95% · 1K ratings
IMDb Rating 7.1/10 10 5727 5.7K


Top cast

Cristina Valenzuela as Pino / Rody Soul
Christopher Sabat as All Might
Ryan Colt Levy as Rody Soul
Robbie Daymond as Flect Turn
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959.12 MB
Japanese 2.0
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23.976 fps
1 hr 44 min
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1.93 GB
Japanese 5.1
Subtitles us  
23.976 fps
1 hr 44 min
Seeds 19

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by melody-28130 8 / 10


I love this movie because is the best movie in the world.

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Reviewed by Movi3DO 7 / 10

Fun action but forgettable story

United States of Smash!

Class 1A and 1B are back on a mission world wide to save humanity from those who believed that quirks are doomed.

The first My Hero movie was bad, and the second was my favorite movie of that year. The movies always feature awesome animation of action scenes. It was a treat to enjoy the character fighting and pulled out incredible moves. The biggest problem with the movies is that they are basically filled with no consequences to the main series. Because of this, the story usually had little significance and not worth investing, except maybe the second movie.

The third installment was almost no different. The fight animation was still fun, although not as awesome as the second. Shoto, Bakugo, and Deku all had their own scenes where they showed their ultimate moves, and I enjoyed the movie mostly for that.

However, the story was again not memorable. It moves very quickly without any deep exploration into the villains or why the Humarise organization rose. This time Deku made another companion, who had a pretty lame quirk that wasn't worth all the wait. The quirk didn't have as much significance as it was intended to when it was revealed.

Also, near the end Deku again pulled out a new move, which I had a problem with. It would be spoiler to talk about it, but basically it should have had more consequences. Of course, the movie just didn't even bother justify it. At least the second movie tried to for Deku's ridiculous move.

Overall, it should not be a surprise that the actions were fun, but the movie was still forgettable. 7/10.

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