Critic Reviews for Mirai
It's the work of a true auteur (in what feels like his most personal film yet) presented as innocuous family entertainment.
I think "Mirai" is, despite its family-size stakes, daring. It's this decision to portray the very real feelings and actions of a jealous child from that child's point of view that makes the film so admirable.
Unabashedly goofy, occasionally treacly, but often enchanting, Hosoda's film captures both the elasticity and rigidness of childhood.
By melding impressively designed fantasy and reality together there's always something surprising around the corner in this Japanese anime.
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