Mirai Comments

  • Macie 2023-05-08 11:48:04

    Not bad, once again did some subtle lectures on Japanese traditional family relations. But I don't like the World War II part of my father's generation... I even pulled out a World War II aircraft carrier... Always with a bit of...

  • Braulio 2023-03-02 21:30:13

    I understand the rationale, but Mamoru Hosoda is quite disappointed at this level. When I watched it, I kept thinking, maybe I want to make a parenting film? But after reading it, who still wants to have children really thinks that self-abuse is not enough. The little boy's voice acting is really a disaster, but the ending song is pretty good. After all, such a subject matter and this way of telling are still too inappropriate, and it is not smooth at all. Two and a half...

  • Greyson 2023-03-01 14:34:10

    I think it's pretty good... Hosoda Mori mixes past works + a collection that praises today's happy family life, but the design of this house always feels like it's deliberately designed to let the baby fall, and my brother finally put such a big banana into my sister, I'm afraid it's not going to choke to death...

  • Chance 2023-03-01 05:32:09

    This should actually be "The Bear Child Grows Up Against a Wall", the title actually only expresses a small part of the theme. Hosoda Mori used a method between real occurrence and fantasy, but the effect was not ideal. The current new generation of Japanese animators have not been able to do well in this regard. On the whole, it is a bit scattered, and many plots and main points cannot be connected together, but this time, there is basically no tail in the...

  • Aubree 2023-02-24 06:17:10

    Surprisingly, the director who shot the style of [Crossing the Air] in the past has now shot a dry and rigid educational film. After leaving screenwriter Sadoko Okuji, Mamoru Hosoda revealed his true nature. Since [Xia Zhan], he has been deeply immersed in the theme of family affection to the point where he is unaware of his abolition of martial arts. I don’t feel comfortable seeing it), I suspect that he doesn’t know what he wants to talk about at all. He has a general direction and knows what...

  • Rhett 2023-02-04 19:07:32

    As a fan of Mamoru Hosoda, the girl, summer, wolf boy and other jewels are in front, so it can be said to be quite looking forward to it. However, too much pursuit of Ghibli-style timelessness has weakened the unique...

  • Bernadette 2023-01-24 17:48:03

    The future of the future is a future that is read from left to right. Fragment is not created as a single overflowing gesture like scattered glass, we always hear the low whistling in our ears as we sway from the top of the tree to the distance of the city, what Mamoru Hosoda gave us is Such a time tunnel: straight ahead, wrapped with a clearer wind sound. Then there is the inside of the tunnel. "Architect-style" is a building with clear heights. The gap is not a self-determined order of the...

  • Hope 2023-01-04 03:55:42

    Time-travel drama is a trick for children. Whether it's going back in time or jumping into the future, it's essentially escapism. The harm of this worldview is that it denies the history of human growth as a human being, so "The Future of the Future" can only expose the childish mentality of Mamoru Hosoda who will never grow...

  • Annetta 2022-10-30 22:52:59

    What supports you towards the future is still the nostalgia of...

  • Arden 2022-10-26 08:35:10

    It is indeed not a superb work by Hosoda Mori, but as a novice mother, I can understand the details of it very well. I wonder if the director came up with the idea of ​​making this plan after having a child? Among them, the influence of the original family on the child, the psychological changes of the second-child family boss, the household chores of both husband and wife, etc., maybe not everyone can resonate and understand, but those who are deeply involved will definitely feel it. I really...

Extended Reading

Mirai quotes

  • Father: This is your baby sister, Kun.

    Kun: Sister?

    Mother: Isn't she precious?

    Kun: [gasping in amazement] She is.

    [pokes his finger against her delicate hand]

    Mother: You have to be gentle with her.

    Kun: [gently takes hold of the baby's hand; she opens her eyes]

    Father: She's awake. I think she's staring at you, Kun.

    Mother: Come on, her eyes can't even focus yet.

    Father: Well she sure looks like she's staring to me.

    Mother: You must always be nice to her, okay?

    Kun: Okay.

    Mother: And you have to protect her no matter what.

    Kun: Yeah.

    Mother: Always.

  • Mirai: You did it again. You tried to hit me with your bullet train even after Mom told you not to.

    Kun: But it wasn't a bullet train!

    Mirai: You aren't supposed to use a bullet train to hit people.

    Kun: It was a Super Azusa.

    Mirai: [angrily] I don't care what kind it was!


    Mirai: And why can't you be a little nicer to Mom?

    Kun: I don't know, I just can't.

    Mirai: It's her one day off from work. She doesn't get many and she has to spend it fighting with you. Come on, try.

    Kun: [sniffling] I know... I'm not cute.

    Mirai: Huh?

    Kun: [crying, wipes tear from his eye] Both Baby Mirai and Yukio are really cute. Not me. I know I'm not that cute anymore.

    [continues sobbing]

    Mirai: Oh come on, that's not true. You're very cute!

    Kun: [walking away]

    Mirai: You're the cutest! Adorable!

    Kun: [crying harder; runs away]