Upcoming anime films to watch in PH cinemas this November!

It’s time to book your schedule as four Japanese live action and anime films are coming to Philippine cinemas this November!

We are getting a good dose of animation films as the theaters are welcoming the films “The Tunnel to Summer, The Exit of Goodbyes”, “City Hunter the Movie: Angel Dust”, “The Boy and The Heron” and live-action film “Tokyo MER: Mobile Emergency Room”.

Here’s a list of the films that you’d surely love this watch!

“The Tunnel to Summer, The Exit of Goodbyes”

Directed By: Tomohisa Taguchi
Voice overs: Ouji Suzuka and Marie Iitoyo
Available in SM cinemas (SM Cinema exclusive)
Premieres: November 1, 2023

Synopsis

Two young people heads to Urashima Tunnel, a mysterious tunnel that can grant one’s fondest wish in exchange of a certain price. High school student Kaoru is plagued by a troubled past and fatefully teams up with Anzu, a girl who struggles to place obligations before her dreams.

“City Hunter The Movie: Angel Dust”

Directed By: Tomohisa Taguchi
Voice overs: Akira Kamiya (Ryo) and Kazue Ikura as Kaori
Available in SM cinemas (SM Cinema exclusive)
Premieres: November 8, 2023

Synopsis

The latest anime theatrical film produced by Aniplex and animated by Sunrise, City Hunter’s 35th anniversary. With the franchise’s main protagonist Ryo Saeba, the movie involves an all-new drug named Angel Dust and is controlled by an underground organization that’s also covertly creating secret soldiers.

“Tokyo MER: Mobile Emergency Room”

Directed By: Aya Matsuki
Actors: Satoshi Hashimoto, Yuriko Ishida and Jesse
Available in Ayala Malls (Ayala Malls Cinema exclusive)
Premieres: November 22, 2023

Synopsis

A live action-packed film on the hazards that medical workers face to save 193 lives from the fire trapped at the 70th floor of a Yokohama skyscraper. Based on the TV series of the same title, the movie adaptation deploys a team of emergency professionals on wheels formed by the Tokyo governor with one mission only: to prevent a single death.

Tasked with rushing to the scene of major accidents, disasters, and crimes, MER is armed with state-of-the-art medical equipment, a mobile operating room, and an elite staff ready to risk all to save lives.

“The Boy and The Heron”

Directed By: Hayao Miyazaki
Available in local cinemas nationwide
Premieres: November 29, 2023

Synopsis

Dubbed as a big fantastical film, the movie follows a boy named Mahito (voiced by Soma Santoki) who enters a magical world with a talking grey heron after finding an abandoned tower in his new town. Yearning for his mother, Mahito ventures into a world shared by the living and the dead where death comes to an end and life finds a new beginning.

“The Boy and The Heron” is a semi-autobiographical fantasy about life, death, creation and a tribute to friendship that can only come from the mind of Hayao Miyazaki.

The films on this list are brought to us by Encore Films and distributed through Warner Bros. Philippines.

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