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Digimon Adventure tri: Coexistence

By Renee Longstreet, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Continuing Japanese series has peril, complex storyline.

Movie NR 2018 86 minutes
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This continuing story of battles between the digital and real worlds (and monsters both cuddly and scary) would be best viewed with a glossary of names, places, and existing plot points at hand. It doesn't help that Digimon Adventure tri: Coexistence's musical score, which is often accompanied by vocals in Japanese, feels intrusive and at odds in tone with the action on the screen. Still, the DigiDestined are engaging teens, relatable and heroic, and if one can abide the treacly cuteness of the DigiPartners as sidekicks before their powers are unleashed, it's easy to see why fans are loyal.

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