It’s been some time since Nagisa and Karma were a part of the assassination classroom. Like the rest of Class 3-E, they’ve grown and followed their own paths. But no matter how much time has passed, they’ll still remember their time with Koro Sensei and the lessons he taught them. Walking around their old classroom, the two former students reminisce about the time they spent in Class 3-E and the crazy events that went down. From the minute Koro Sensei first stepped into the classroom down to their final moments—this is a look back at the adventures of assassins in training!
365 Days is a Compilation Movie of Assassination Classroom, encompasing all the major events in the main series, as well as adding a new scene and dialogue for the compilation specifically, involving the 20 year old versions of Nagisa and Karma. Assassination Classroom was an amazing anime, and this abridged recap film pretty much does it justice. Story: The story, as with any compilation movie, is very rushed to save time, and there are a few unexplained plotholes- but it mostly retains the polished shine the main series had despite these blemishes. It's a great story, and the narrative goes from silly and nonsensical to serious but lighthearted seamlessly. Everything is woven neatly together in a nice little package. However, If you want the fully fleshed out version of the story, it isn't this movie. Animation: Even the nice extra scenes had great animation, and since they simply reused scenes and turned them into this compilation film, the quality is the same as the TV series, which is incredibly good. The art-style blends nicely with the flow and movements, and its very characteristic of the story. Lerche is a great studio. Sound: No problems. The sound design was awesome, all the music is really good, as lerche OSTs seem to always be. Characters: The series' strongest suit is cut completely in half for this compilation movie. The strongest character's strongest traits remain, but with so many side characters converted into background characters, it's hard to get excited. Nagisa is the outstanding character, of course, with an incredible character progression i've barely seen anywhere else. Koro-sensei is loveable and awesome as ever! Even cut short he shines through as the core of the anime. Karma is ok. The ending was great, even though the movie doesn't have quite as much buildup to the finale as it could have. I would have preferred that they focus a bit more on the dramatic moments leading up to it that make it so much more impactful, maybe sacrificing a few sidestories to do this. Overall, 8/10. Pretty good movie. Not the full experience if you're trying to watch it to start the series with. Best to watch it afterwords.
I was beyond in love with the anime series, I've watched it multiple times. However, this movie was just a recap of the series with a few tidbits of the characters' futures thrown in. I was desperate for more content, I really wanted to know more about their futures, if their relationships stayed in tact, etc. So for me, it all came as a slight disappointment. But if you're looking for a nostalgic/quick rewatch of the series, then you may enjoy it :)
In this movie, Nagisa and Karma visit the memorial before the day everyone else was going. They recall memories and have fun. The movie satisfies us with the fact that the two main protagonists did manage to find some time to visit the memorial and I'm pretty glad about the ending. The music is quite emotional and nostalgic, which I'm not a big fan of. SPOILER: As evening rolls on, Karma draws koro sensei on the chalkboard, and later both the friends can hear koro sensei's spirit laugh. So, koro sensei did not leave after all! YAY!
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