One Piece Film: Strong World Review (U.S. Theatrical Release)

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In honor of One Piece’s 1000th episode, Fathom Events is releasing One Piece Film: Strong World in U.S. theaters for the first time on Nov. 7 (English dub) and Nov. 9 (English sub). In honor of the theatrical release, we’re revisiting the movie. Review by Brittany Vincent.

There’s loads of fun with Strong World as you join the Straw Hats on one of their grandest adventures yet. From the fearsome yet boastful Shiki, the Golden Lion to the hordes of animals our pirate protagonists must face, there’s a little something for every One Piece fan here. It’s a proper adventure in the purest sense of the word, from the heaps of series-appropriate humor to the impeccably animated fight scenes peppered throughout. And for Nami fans, there’s plenty of emotional payoff when it comes to deciphering bits and pieces of her past, all the while she’s thwarting the typical damsel in distress trope.

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