The Quintessential Quintuplets Movie

2022 [JAPANESE]

Animation / Comedy / Drama / Romance

10
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 92% · 12 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 96% · 250 ratings
IMDb Rating 7.2/10 10 1944 1.9K

Director

Top cast

Emi Lo as Aoi
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1.22 GB
1280*720
Japanese 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
2 hr 16 min
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2.51 GB
1920*1080
Japanese 5.1
NR
23.976 fps
2 hr 16 min
Seeds 4
1.22 GB
1280*720
Japanese 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
2 hr 16 min
Seeds 3
2.51 GB
1920*1080
Japanese 5.1
NR
23.976 fps
2 hr 16 min
Seeds 4

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jjvanderlaan 8 / 10

Quintessential Quintuplets Movie

I'm seeing a lot of poor reviews just cause Yotsuba was the one who won out of the 5. With little prior development to her character with Futarou in the first 2 seasons. But it made the most sense, especially the movie shows you why they were the ones who ended up together.

I don't think Futarou forgot that moment he spent with Yotsuba as a kid hence why I kept his picture, and at some point along the line he was probably able to tell it was Yotsuba.

She was the one who seemed to struggle the most especially when it came to school. So them getting putting her and him together made sense in a way that he would be able to support her the most.

I'm giving this movie an 8/10 Simply cause it wasn't perfect yet it ended properly and the way it was suppose to. Cause yeah I was always team Miku I fully expected her to win and was hoping that she would. Heck even if Itsuki didn't really have the strongest feelings towards Futarou like her sisters but I have this feeling she should have won.

But, the reason why I gave it an 8/10 is cause Yotsuba is the one who won after all. The story made it make the most sense and honestly the way the movie played out showed that she was the most important to him. He loves and cares for all of them deeply but Yotsuba is the one who he loves the most.

Reviewed by TheSquareTiger 10 / 10

Amazing anime

Amazing movie to finish off the The Quintessential Quintuplets series with the quintuplets enjoying the Culture Festival leading to the last day where the quintuplets are in separate rooms to see who Fuutarou chooses which we all know who it is and I loved how it showed each of the girls perspective in the festival but I think, when Fuutarou chose Yotsuba, we didn't get to see much of how the other 4 felt and felt the ending was a bit rushed like he gets married to Yotsuba then suddenly he remembers the time the girls are choosing a place to go after their graduation ceremony, other than that I would recommend this movie to anyone and everyone.

Reviewed by nicholast1990 7 / 10

It's Basically Season 3

No spoilers. I saw the only review was a non-fan of the series so I thought I'd give something that might be more useful to those looking for opinions.

The movie was okay. It gives you the closure you're wanting for each of the five girls, and leads into that closure with a heaping pile of the drama you know and love from the series.

It's because of this that it's so unfortunate that it was a little bloated. It know it's adapting the final few chapters from the manga, so it's hard to say where the blame lies, but it feels like it spends a bit too much time getting where it needs to go at times it felt like it was stalling just for the sake of it. I think if this stuff all happened in a regular episode I wouldn't bat an eye, but sitting down for a movie, you sort of hope for a more focused, polished experience, and they missed the mark a little on that.

That's not to say I didn't enjoy the movie. As a fan of the series I was happy with how the ending was handled (even if my top girls didn't come out on top :c). It has some great moments that let the characters shine, which is why I loved the series in the first place, but I don't think it hit the heights of the second season for me.

Basically, if you like the show, you'll be happy you saw this and experienced the end, but don't expect anything too crazy.

Also for those of you wondering, Uesugi does make his choice with some time left in the movie, so you do get a sort of epilogue for how everyone deals with his choice, and he does pick one girl, no cop outs here. Even if he didn't pick the one I wanted, I think they did a good job of selling why he picked the one he did.

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