>went to watch the movie in Tokyo
>gender ratio is roughly male 6:4 female
>MFW Kyoani's shift of target audience is actually succeeding
Mostly recap but I could see a number of new cuts and overall improvement, with the help of theater's visual&audio equipment. I found it quite satisfying but the story-wide it's just the same. Really, it is to refresh your memory and get you hyped for the coming new movie in April
The only thing I can spoiler is that a newly added part, which starts right after the final scene of the original anime.
Mirai loses her memory for some reason. She doesn't even know who she is and of course about Akihito. But I have some strange feeling that it was already revealed in a trailer anyway...
Oh, and the most important thing;
Mirai is cute as hell and my heart went full hhnnnnnggg
>For every 3 dicks you get 2 ovaries?
Great, vastly improved from the original air. It has got nothing to do with the story but I think I understand why the staff put it in the movie. It's just so good. I really think Kyoani should try some idol anime
>>gender ratio is roughly male 6:4 female
W-Well at least they're not mostly female like Tamako Love Story.
Also, BD-rip upload when-- since they sell this recap in the theater?
How is that jacket staying on him?
Did he glue it to his back?
>he will never ravage your butthole
Well the Mirai at the end of the show isn't the Mirai we saw die. She's a new Mirai Akihito created. I'm guessing he subconsciously he didn't want her to keep her memories of all the shit that went down since it wasn't exactly happy.
I don't know why I didn't expect this to be a recap movie, but now that I know it is I feel so stupid.
Kyoani figured out that having interesting male characters means males will be interested in their shows.
as relevant as she was in the show
is there a scan of the Mitsuki Hiroomi one?
Is it even possible for KnK to have a good ending? I doubt there will be more after Mirai-hen.
>you will never do anything with mirai
Why even live?
Apparently the core staff (which mostly female anyway) don't have any idea how a man would think or behave while still in the "safe" zone (read: not doing whatever normal males usually doing). So, they pretend that their characters are "heroines" instead.
That's why they made movies.