High school life was just beginning for Yuuji Sakai, and while still growing accustomed to new classmates and teachers, a larger truth hit him. One day he found out that demons known as Guze no Tomogara were devouring human’s existence, unbeknownst to but a few. That was the day when he met Shana, a red-haired and blazing-eyed hunter of demons, and that day his life would change forever. She told him that he was just the fragment of a human, and that demons would hunt him for a strange gift he bore within him. Although discarding him as a nuisance at first, Shana comes to admire his resilience, and Yuuji finds new strength and determination. As the story unfolds, their relationship changes and both tempt their fates...
I can't help but compare this to the show, me having watched that first (which I rated 5 stars btw), and this doesn't measure up, not even close. What this is, is the taking of the first three episodes and then adding a big major battle at the end. The movie packed in as many characters as possible with little development. For me, it was pointless, and I wish I would have spent my time starting season 2 and bypassing the whole experience. It contains meaningless scenes and characters that amount to nothing in this self-contained movie. What made the show was the progressive and humoruous relationship between Yuji and Shana, along with her slow, yet steady, understanding of human emotion. Instead, this lacked both, and Shana simply remained confused and distant until maybe a hint at the end.
I have to agree with the many others who have already posted after watching this I dont think it makes a whole lot of sense. I do however feel they went a different direction. I can say that I didnt hate watching it but I did like alot of the things that they did. different isnt always bad its just different. Sometimes you have go into these things with an open mind and just take them as they are. Even if the characters dont seem 100 percent the same. The creators are trying to keep it interesting and some what fresh and new.
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