Violet Evergarden: The Movie

2020 [JAPANESE]

Action / Animation / Drama / Fantasy / Romance

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 100% · 10 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 99% · 100 ratings
IMDb Rating 8.3/10 10 10625 10.6K

Top cast

Erika Harlacher as Violet Evergarden
Laura Post as (voice)
Wendee Lee as Clara Magnolia
Keith Silverstein as Dietfried Bougainvillea
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1.26 GB
1280*534
Japanese 2.0
NR
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23.976 fps
2 hr 20 min
Seeds 4
2.59 GB
1920*800
Japanese 5.1
NR
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23.976 fps
2 hr 20 min
Seeds 20
1.26 GB
1280*566
English 2.0
NR
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24 fps
2 hr 20 min
Seeds 1
2.59 GB
1920*848
English 5.1
NR
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24 fps
2 hr 20 min
Seeds 4

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by theworstcritic 7 / 10

Feels unnecessary

I absolutely adore the show, It's one of my favourite anime. I did enjoy this movie but I felt it was more fan service that ends up ruining the story. Firstly the future part was weird, I don't know why it was there other than a call-back to the best episode of the series. I don't think that Gilbert should be alive, the show was about Violet learning to live without Gilbert, so him being alive kind of ruins it. Even if he was alive, they should have parted ways in the end, showing that Violet no longer needs him. Instead we got them reuniting, which although sweet, felt a little disappointing to me. Also what's with their relationship. I always assumed it was a father-daughter relationship and it appears to be romantic at the end which felt kind of gross. Maybe its my wrong interpretation of the series, but it always felt father-daughter to me, which makes more sense in my opinion. The age gap is weird, but okay, I'll let it slide since things were different when it's set, but dude practically raised her, its messed up that they are a couple. Other than that, pretty solid movie. More of the same tearjerker stuff from the series. Didn't live up to the show, but its not a disappointment.

Reviewed by kesara-27372 10 / 10

one of the best anime in my life.

It's so deep. Emotional. and Relatable. I cried a lot during the screen. Sadly this is the final movie. I can only wish for more. I can't move on. I want to see more.

Reviewed by jreneehughes 10 / 10

A Truly Emotional Experience

This movie is for both people who have seen the series and those who haven't as well. But it takes you on an emotional experience unlike any other I have seen to date. I went to see this with my adult son, his girlfriend and my good adult male friend. And my son kept saying the movie got to me and went on to admit how he couldn't resist crying throughout even though he had never watched the series and my adult male friend said the same even though he had. And here I was in the middle crying between them. And these men rarely ever cry. It brought back in a lot of history about Violet Evergarden but incorporated a new story based off a previous one, a new unique story that will definitely tug at your heartstrings and answers to the one thing the series never did that will also make you emotional. It did several time jumps but it showed how things ended for Violet which if you have seen the series will show how much she changed and allow you to find out how her life ended up. To me it tied up all of the loose ends and allowed a truly emotional experience by a woman who had had at one point no idea what emotions were to feel everything. And to be able to put them into words which was something that took more effort than you would realize if you haven't seen the series. The ending will leave you content and happy.

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