The fourth film, Loss, was released on February 25, 2017. It was later announced that the series would be a six-part theatrical anime. Taichi, now a seventeen-year-old high school student, and his friends reunite with their Digimon partners, to face a new threat that rises from the Digital World including a mysterious Digimon known as Alphamon who attacked their fellow DigiDestined Daisuke, Miyako, Iori and Ken. As they combat an infected Imperialdramon, Kari urges Joe to fight by his partner's side. The series features the returning cast of all eight main Digimon partners from the original series. Tai, Matt and Kari manage to strengthen their bonds enough to digivolve their partners and defeat MetalSeadramon. As Izzy develops ways to provide easier access to their partner Digimon and seek out digital disturbances, Tai begins to fear that people could get hurt as a result of his actions as a DigiDestined.
The screenwriting team split and arranged important events into six interwoven parts, focusing on the main story while developing the characters' perspectives simultaneously. At the last possible his old Digimon partner Agumon appears, evolves into Greymon and fights Kuwagamon, all the while the rest of Taichi's friends show up to lend a hand. Minutes before Tai is set to play a soccer match, Kuwagamon appears and invades the city, causing electronic malfunctions. With both worlds restored, Meiko returns to and Homeostasis shuts down King Drasil. The reboot of the Real World is halted by Hackmon.
When Togemon inadvertently damages a helicopter, Izzy reprimands Mimi for being selfish. During the battle, a fissure opens causing Tai and Nishijima to fall from the cliff. As more Kuwagamon appear, Tai is joined by the other DigiDestined and their partner Digimon, who defeat two Kuwagamon before Alphamon intervenes and crushes the last one. The nine other original films are short and primarily hand-drawn. With Kari still in shock and T. Then on the day of Tsukishima General High School's festival, that man appears before them. Omnimon destroys Ordinemon, deleting Meicoomon in the process.
On October 26, 2017, Shout! As a very big fan of Digimon I had high hopes for this movie after the strong way the third movie ended, but man, was I disappointed, the rest of the Chosen Children pulling mega evolutions left and right without any build up, I can't even fathom what they were thinking. Suddenly, a bizarre phenomenon occurs that causes electronics all over the city to stop working and then a Digimon called Kuwagamon appears. Compared to the other tri films, this is the weakest. Sadly, the story progresses unfavourably as some events are unnecessary. Only thing missing would be Gennai in his oldman form and the whole scene would've been crowned.
Just as Tai is cornered, his Digivice shines and Agumon appears. As everyone discusses what they should do from here in the Digital World, Meicoomon suddenly appears and then vanishes. Gennai leaves through a digital distortion after King Drasil's plans are thwarted. The male cast included as Taichi Yagami, as Yamato Ishida, Kaisei Kamimura as Kōshirō Izumi, Junya Komatsu as Jō Kido, and Kenta Nomiyama as Takeru Takaishi. Character Japanese English Sora Takenouchi Izzy Izumi Mimi Tachikawa Hitomi Yoshida Joe Kido T. After Tai enters one of the capsules, the dying Nishijima sends them back to the Real World, before the facility explodes.
The sole exception is Biyomon, who is openly wary even after digivolving to her Rookie stage. It manages to build onto loose ends without disturbing the continuity of previous instalments. Palmon, Gomamon and a now infected Leomon follow them into the digital distortion. Meanwhile, Nishijima investigates Himekawa's secret files and remembers her desire to reboot the Digital World to revive her partner Megadramon, who was unable to recompose into a Digi-Egg. As he investigates, he determines that there's been some hidden agenda behind her behavior up to this point.
Taichi and friends left Meiko behind in her anguish, and headed for the Digital World. Due to what occurred in Kokuhaku, we are able to see some child level Digimon action and even though the power levels seem a bit unbelievable and odd at times, the enjoyment makes it absolutely excusable. After the battle, the DigiDestined investigate the circumstances leading up to Kuwagamon's appearance. Gabumon's breathmove damages Metalseadramon's chromedigizoid head with more results than any we've seen before? He criticized the writing for Sora's character development and felt that her conflict with Biyomon was contrived. As Gomamon decides to run away from home, Izzy receives an ominous message in digital code.
Everyone was afraid of them? I could go on but you all get the point, this is beyond ridiculous. He also appreciated the plot twist ending. Motonaga utilized new computer techniques while preserving the atmosphere of the original series. The Children who Manipulate Digital Egg! Enjoyment, I've literally enjoyed this without thinking whatsoever, there was some emotional parts and funny bits, and surprisingly a 180 degree change on the entire franchise name as a childhood series lol if you know what I mean. Tai resolves to carry out her wish despite the objections of the other DigiDestined. At the desert, Sora and Biyomon discover Meiko, who came to the Digital World in search of Meicoomon. During the course of the battle, Meiko's Digivice awakens Omnimon's Merciful Mode.
Archived from on July 12, 2017. When Jesmon takes Raguelmon to the Digital World, the DigiDestined, their partner Digimon, and Nishijima pursue them. The fifth film, Coexistence, was released on September 30, 2017. This leaves Sora stunned and hurt, and Taichi and Yamato are at a loss for what to say to her. Source: Official website Overall 4 Story 5 Animation 10 Sound 7 Character 7 Enjoyment 3 There will be spoilers, be advised. However, he criticized again the animation quality and the lack of combat scenes. Even so, the DigiDestined decide to reach out and rebuild those bonds, and their Digimon respond in kind.
Their story concludes tolerably but, at the same time, predictably and generic. Then we have Wargreymon smacking Metalseadramon around in the water? Unfortunately, Soushitsu, the long-awaited fourth film, does not fulfil all expectations satisfyingly. For the fourth film, Loss, Chapman gave a C rating. Luckily, the other children and Digimon do not suffer from the same issue and are relatable as ever. Seeing this strengthens the kids' resolve to travel through the Digital World in order to save Meicoomon. While the others get along well with their partners, Sora has trouble reconnecting with an amnesiac Biyomon. Joe and Mimi each have their own troubles.