When establishing shots of Las Vegas are presented with the caption "California" in the opening scenes, you know you're in for some bizarre anime, and this movie delivers the weird. My Academia: Two Heroes has an anime cast of thousands, story threads galore, and a central narrative that is suspiciously similar to Die Hard. There's peril and melodrama, angsty superheroes-in-training, good versus evil. It can be overwhelming and chaotic at times, but the movie manages to stay entertaining, even for those who aren't the presidents of their hometown anime fan clubs.
The climactic battle scene between Deku and his friends and Woflram and his henchmen reveals that all the chaos and potential confusion in trying to keep all the characters and their stories straight pays off. Somehow, you know who these characters are, what they do, and what "quirks" they have, or don't have, or earned, or are losing. The result, somehow, strikes an effective balance between action and character development, fight scenes and internal conflict, and positive messages about finding your own talents (aka "quirks") and developing them to the best of your ability.