Anyone here have seen it? My expectations were kinda low, since I feel like almost every tv-anime movie I've seen has been just pretty filler to tease fan appetites, but holy shit did Mugen Train blew my expectations away. For a two-hour anime movie focusing on a train as the setting, the team behind it gave everything they had in providing top-notch entertainment, story and water-work moments. I have some experience in the animation industry, and I gotta say that the writers and storyboard artists did a tremendous job here, especially with the setting constraints.
What are y'alls thoughts on it?
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