Gekijôban Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry (2017) is a Japanese movie. Tatsuma Minamikawa has directed this movie. Makoto Furukawa,Wataru Hatano,Aya Hirano,Yui Horie are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Gekijôban Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry (2017) is considered one of the best Animation,Action,Adventure,Comedy,Fantasy movie in India and around the world.
"Dragon Cry" - it's a magic artifact, that power can destroy the world. For a long time she was kept in the Kingdom of Fiore, but in the end was stolen by the Kingdom of Stella. The main characters (Natsu, Lucy, Gray, Erza, Wendy, Happy and Carla) penetrate into the Kingdom on a mission undercover. In the end they will have to deal with the King Animus and his entourage (Zach and Sonya). The purpose of the Animus to enslave the world? And Sonya was secretly trying to save the country? Expect exciting adventures on the sea of intrigue and save the world.
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This was the biggest disappointment in film industry whether it's anime or other types of films. And this is coming from a fan who liked the other Fairy Tail films. I just don't understand how this was allowed to be made. I'm not trying to be rude but why would you so obviously cut scenes out and expect the viewer to just figure out how the character suddenly changed location or fill in the gaps? And how can you make basically the boss battle 1 min 30 secs?? This is beyond anti climatic. It just makes their motivation to win rushed and cringy. I have such a long list of amateurish flaws that I don't even know what to say next so I'm just going to stop here and warn anyone that is looking forward to watch this film: Don't. Stick to the manga.
I'm a good fan of Fairy Tial. I loved the anime series because they were quirky, different, and just plain enjoyable. A good run of seasons had passed, and then 'The Phoenix Priestess' came out. As a rushed movie, the entire film flopped and just plain sucked. The plot had been rushed, many situations made little to no sense and the characters that you loved in the anime just aren't there in the movie. They are just cardboard cutouts and the villains and climax was just... ugh. What does this have to do with Dragon Cry? Why do I call it 'The Phoenix Mistake'? Because when they were making this story and the movie, they were given a bigger budget and had a huge enough fanbase to back it up. And they completely and utterly flopped it. The entire course of the film is choppy and makes absolutely no sense. The plot is simple: magical artifact stolen, get back magical item, kick butt, lesson learned. Unfortunately, the whole scenario is completely thrown into a blender and mixed into 'overdrive'. There is little to no character development or deep meaning in anything they do. I love the Fairy Tail guild, but I just didnt find anything worth caring about these characters. All the women were literally just fan service and the men were just plain simple and stupid cutout's. You will also be lost with each and every setting change in the entire film. Characters appear out of nowhere with no explanation as to how or why, the plot is rushed without any explanation as to how anything works or should be, and we are given so many questions with absolutely no answers. The bad guys are just plain confusing and unoriginal, and the fights... dear God the fights are either too short, or just plain lame. There is no signature fighting moves and when introduced to something new (as shown on the cover) we are given no explanation as to how or why it happened. The only thing I can really congratulate this film on was its beauty. We are talking like original animation with beautiful artwork. It's literally the only thing keeping this burning ship afloat aside from any die-hard fans who refuse to see anything wrong with it. Dragon Cry is just a sad cardboard cutout plot with cardboard characters with escalated fan service with logic literally having bricks tied to its ankles before getting tossed in the river. It is a complete disaster that makes even the Phoenix Priestess a decent movie. Take it from me: you are better off watching the anime or reading the manga. Niether of the Fairy Tail films offer anything to the entire story, nor does it apply any value to your life whether you are a die-hard fan or otherwise. This movie, is absolutely garbage, and as a Fairy Tail Fan, I am willing to save all others the pain and tell you to skip this film. Avoid it like the black plague, and forget it ever existed.
I am a long time fan of the series, watching the show since its second season came out. I've watched and supported the adventures of the cast, owning the disc sets of the episodes, owning the first movie and lots of merchandise. So, imagine my happiness when they start showing the dubbed movie at a theater 3 hours away from my home. I came to that movie with hopes and ambitions. I'd seen the screenshots, I'd read some reviews of the movie, and i'd even seen that one of my favorite YouTubers, Nathan Sharp, was a voice actor. And after sitting through all of the movie, all I have to say is this: If you want an anime movie with fan-service and funny jokes, go right ahead and watch this. But if you came to watch strong, emotional, plot driven moments and character arcs, then you will be disappointed.
I feel like who ever directed this movie just everyone to see how well they can sexualise everything, to add onto this, it has more plot holes than a sponge called plot, if you want to watch, do not pay the price to see it
It's completely a film for kid. Been a Fairy Tail reader for a few years so I bothered to actually watch this movie in theatre but I regret to say I am very much disappointed after watching this movie. The whole story is just too simple and naive. It's a shame that this shitty movie was written by the author Hiro Mashima himself. Expected more of it.