A Letter to Momo (2014)
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A sweet, heartfelt, yet never maudlin story about an 11-year-old girl's coming to terms with the loss of her father.
It's difficult to imagine any children's movie retaining the attention of its intended audience for two hours, but this movie feels especially monotonous.
Despite the hand-drawn film's supernatural edge, one of Okiura's lyrical strengths is acquainting a viewer with the poetry of the real - animated reflections of ordinary, beautiful things we see in everyday life without actually noticing them at all.
A sweet tale of a sad girl who moves to a new place and meets supernatural pals.
A striking example of Japanese hand-drawn animation, it casually combines things you wouldn't expect in one place.
Audience Reviews for A Letter to Momo
This is a wonderful heart warming tale that is done to chilli standards. If you want to get your girlfriend into anime, here's your movie.
What a shame, the incredible visuals are brought down by a very poorly written second half and three supernatural characters devoid of any charm. Even with a few emotional moments and, for the most part, an interesting main character, I would not recommend this for anyone other than my animator friends.
Between a 6/10 and 7/10, "A Letter to Momo" is unquestionably lovely to look at, but viewers may not be able to shake the feeling that they've seen much of it before, and done better.
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