InuYasha Movie 1: Toki wo Koeru Omoi (2024)

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Synonyms: Inu Yasha: Toki wo Koeru Omoi, InuYasha: Love That Transcends Time

Japanese: 犬夜叉 時代を越える想い

English: InuYasha the Movie: Affections Touching Across Time

German: InuYasha Der Film: Affections Touching Across Time

Spanish: Inuyasha la Película: La Batalla a través del Tiempo

French: InuYasha Le Film: Au-delà du Temps

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Type: Movie

Episodes: 1

Status: Finished Airing

Aired: Dec 22, 2001

Producers: Shogakukan-Shueisha Productions, Yomiuri Telecasting, TOHO, Nippon Television Network, Shogakukan, Yomiuri TV Enterprise

Licensors: VIZ Media

Studios: Sunrise

Source: Manga

Genres: Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Romance

Themes: Historical, Mythology, Time Travel

Demographic: Shounen

Duration: 1 hr. 39 min.

Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


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Ranked: #17042

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Popularity: #2030

Members: 103,915

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Jun 30, 2011

HollowNightWolf

Recommended

wow, i can't believe that no other reviews have been written about this movie. well, as an inuyasha fan i shall take it upon myself to write one :D

the first inuyasha movie, affections touching across time, quite the piece of work it is. the story line to it had the same sort of feeling that any of the other inuyasha movies had and the show as well. filled with fighting, jokes, romance, and the characters that only this series can provide. having their original voice actors and music that can be linked to that of the show, it wins in the department of having that ...

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Mar 7, 2014

TheRealTHEDragon

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I loved this movie, I've watched them all and when it comes to going back to seeing the movies again this one I watch and re-watch again and again. It is second to none in the four movies that have been released. The only other movie that ties it for first is the third movie (Swords of An Honorable Ruler).

The plot is absolutely astounding and the villain continues to make me cringe every time I see him lift up a leaf to his lips. He's a villainous demon I just love to hate.

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Dec 10, 2011

Shannthunder

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This is my first review so bear with me. I love the inuyasha series, however i did not like this movie too much.
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I can understand what the produces were trying to do, but the movie didn't make alot of sense. I think it was because it didn't flow that well. It was like one minute kagome was all possesed and the next minute she passed out, out of nowhere. I was starting to lose ...

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Oct 27, 2014

phantom234

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This was a movie for people who were already fans of Inuyasha. It had all of the expected elements, the familiar music, and of course, a unique-looking villain.

There isn't much to say about it. If you're a fan of Inuyasha, check it out, it has more of what you know you enjoy. If not, if might be awkward.

The only thing of note was the villain's design. Some sort of giant moth creature. I couldn't even really figure out exactly what it was. It plays to the strengths of the show in general: unique character designs, especially for the demons.

It's basically another Inuyasha episode ...

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May 16, 2020

orpheusbreeze

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This is my absolute favorite Inuyasha movie out of the 4 movies!

The art style is a bit different than the anime, but it follows more closely to the style in the manga. The animators took care in animating the scenes so that they're not simple, but exhibit emotion. It's definitely a breath of fresh air compared to the anime (no offense), since it has nicer and deeper aesthetics.

The music was my favorite in this movie as well; recommend listening to the OST.

The voice acting for Kikyo was done so well, it was delivered very well. Kagome as well. (You'll see what I ...

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Apr 17, 2020

MISSed_Bandwagon

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The movie wasn't SPECTACULAR!, but I wouldn't dare say it was bad. It's Inuyasha. So the movies are made quite true to form as you would see it on television. It's created like a made for tv movie so the visuals are spectacular for something that just came out of season 1.
The cast who does the voices for all of the characters served their roles exceptionally well and the music was boisterous and exciteable, as it is in the show.

One of my issues with the movie is its ...

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Oct 15, 2019

mouthpiece

Mixed Feelings

This is the first Inu Yasha movie, taking place after the hero has learned the counterattack technique. The scenario takes advantage of the best hooks of the show, such as the romance amongst the heroes and the tragedy of their pasts. It is also offers an interesting “what if” scenario where Inu Yasha is sealed on the tree again and Kagome is trapped on the present. Effectively it is a summary of whatever has happened so far, as well as a showdown of all that befalling on them at the same time. Heck, even the villains are very threatening, as they can manipulate the techniques ...

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Feb 14, 2021

CorsairFrosty

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*Spoiler warning!*

This movie was spectacular! To start, the plot of the movie was very similar to the story of the show. It paced a little quicker then the normal fights in the anime, which I for one did actually like quite a bit. The movie let us see some characters we haven't seen much of lately, (Rin, Kikyo, etc.) which I liked! The art was way better then the anime. It was more polished and detailed. The CGI was good for the year the movie came out, but compared to things now a days it's not the best. Overall, art was amazing. Personalities are the ...

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Dec 6, 2020

Natehog007

Mixed Feelings

Skippable. This story really has nothing to do with the main plot. Naraku's name doesn't even appear once. Nothing important happens in this movie.

With that out of the way, this movie came off to me as a bland side story that went on too long. The villain is one dimensional, and his defeat was basically a love-conquers-all trope, but with some romantic drama. The pacing is slow with a rushed conclusion. It could have used the time to explore the villain a bit more, and make him more than an old, power hungry guy with a vendetta. Instead we got a sesshoumaru cameo. He got ...

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