Review

One Piece Movie 14: Stampede

This movie’s plot is nothing special and is driven purely by the crazy antics of the One-Piece world. Taking place after whole cake island and right before Wano (While still having all the crewmates and supernovast here), the development is around that area, while the people involved are slight plot holes. Drawn to take part in a pirate treasure hunt organized by the late Gol D. Roger, hundreds of pirates go to this pirate resort and look for this legendary treasure said to be Gol D. Rogers legacy. It becomes an exclusive pirate festival containing all the big names that will include mindless fun and battles. However, upon arriving, the straw hats find Law injured and realize that something is happening behind the scenes.

Now one of the best parts of the movie is that the world is more fleshed out. Due to the One-piece world’s enormity, each island is almost a different world as Oda shows everything the world holds, while still being limited to arcs no longer than 100 chapters post time skip. So, Oda uses movies like One piece Stampede and film Z to accentuate and show the small details like the knock-up stream and leaves others like film gold to flesh out the world and its characters. The film has constant throwbacks like the knock-upstream, the bubbles from Sabaody/Fishman island, and the small bits of charm in the grand line; it makes the world feel lived in.  Using Buster Calls, talk of impel down, marine meetings, and characters we only saw pre-timeskip, it mixes nostalgia with intrigue, as the world just seems bigger, even if the island is a mix of ideas from other islands. We see figures like the warlords and the revolutionary army appear, showing that they still exist. Even Cipher pol 0, organizations we know exist, but want to see more action on. The movie helps build one Piece as a setting we know, rather than the literal planet it is, where millions of things happen in the manga.

However, despite the worldbuilding and strengthening, the movie’s best part is that the studio seems to care so much. By canonizing the panda man marine captain, and the panda man pirate, it has that small hint, that makes it feel like Oda’d playfull writing. It adds small hints that most anime or movies would not  include, adding TO the manga, instead of the other way around (like the “if I go to this island, I will die disease”). The fights and scenes were also not extended like regular One-Piece anime, as they used every minute of the movie for more action. It showcased moves like Zoro’s tiger hunt, Luffy’s Snakeman, and even Brook’s spirit levitation, making a movie that felt like the director saw and liked the source material. And another component that made the fights was that the fights were not just mindless Sakuya, but Sakuya that fit in with One-Piece and had a purpose outside of a cool fight scene. Unlike most other movies that will Boost their protagonist’s powers tenfold (Which one piece stampede did only a tiny bit) and make up powers, it took the same abilities and used them in the ways we always wanted them to be used in. Zoro had a fight that was not a 1 hit KO like usual, Luffy’s fights had so much choreography, and each of the characters used their abilities in ways that were reminiscent of one-time abilities. And while having the main villain be a Level 6 attendee of impel down that was on Gol D. Rogers ship, almost beat a buster-call, stronger than multiple vice admirals, AND was an awakened devil fruit user THAT had mastered armament and conqueror’s Haki, was a bit “extra”, it was mostly his ideals thhat helped the show, as he was the trigger for Usopps development.

The MVP of the show was hands down Usopp. I would never expect a movie to contain such good character development for a character, let alone a straw hat, but it did it amazingly. As portrayed in the cannon of the series, Usopp is a coward who is always fine running away when it comes to his safety, knowing that he isn’t on the same level as Sanji or Zoro. But when it comes to the safety of his crew, or others, he stands up. Throughout the movie, there is scene after scene of Ussop trying to save his captain and continually being destroyed, blaming himself for being weak. He almost transforms into the brave warrior he wants to be, as he acts as the captain’s right-hand man, ignoring his own state and helping Luffy in some fantastic scenes (I can’t do it justice, but it is actually excellent). Usopp shines close to the level of water seven, as the movie can also be interpreted as his story.

Using the movie as an excuse, it brings us screen time of characters such as Sabo, Boa, Smoker, Law, the supernovas, and even others, knowing that One-piece fans were eagerly looking forward to seeing them again. They each get small segments to star in and bring their characters’ traits with them, not being eye candy for the fans, but the characters we know and love. While they aren’t main characters or all have major fights, they get plenty of time to interact with each other and solidify individual bonds, connections, and ideas we had about them. They each act as we expected, but even better, as the few chapters spent with them kept an air of mystery that made us want to see more of the characters. Even the Straw Hats, given over 1000 chapters to develop, develop in this show, as we see them plainly interacting. While Oda will put chapters of them interacting occasionally, but they are few and far between, the plot taking charge. So just seeing the straw hats goof off and interacting without a heavy plot leading their conversations and locations just helps make it feel great.

The animation and the music in the movie were the best One-Piece had to offer. Using the Wano arc animation and condensing it down into a1h 30m movie (and adapting more than 10 PAGES per episode), the movie felt almost as good as the manga.  And while the main villain did turn into a giant CG monster, the CG looked decent, as it was used with a good budget. With animation, fights, and pacing on par with the manga, it finally lived up to One Piece and all it can offer. Even the music, which is usually sub-par, does a decent job, matching the scenes perfectly, and feels amazing. It way outdoes the anime and gets up close with the manga.

Now as good as the movie was, it was not without fault. The Characters involved were plot conveniences, as they all took part in the pirate festival. In the anime, the Straw Hats would be split in Wano and WCI, the supernovas either in Wano, Reverie, or on a sky island, and the marines(spoilers) on the warlord’s territory at war with them. There is also the fact that there was an eternal log pose to laugh tale, one small fact I didn’t like. With the path to one Piece revealed to be something entirely different and more interesting, I didn’t particularly appreciate that it was included. Still, it was dealt with in a fine way, ending up a minor annoyance at the end. And even not being a guy who cares about power scaling, the fact that Luffy beat someone “On par with Raleigh” was also a bit weird, as we keep learning more powers they have, and that Luffy should not be able to damage them due to certain things we learn later.  But the movie’s positive points shine bright enough so that they only feel like minor annoyances in the moments they happen, as they were mostly small technical points, rather than larger encompassing problems. Overall, it is a must-watch for a One-Piece fan. While manga readers watch the movies and are always disappointed in some fashion, it wasn’t the case with this movie and felt amazing. And to the anime watchers who chug along at a subpar adaptation, they will love it. One-piece stampede does its job extremely well and feels cannon. With multiple feels, good animation, good pacing, and being the definition of “fun,” It will keep your attention throughout the movie 100%. And while there are small parts that seem weird, its positives way outweighs those, making it one of the best movie experiences ever.

Plot 7/10
Animation 8/10
Music 8/10
Characters 8/10
Enjoyment 8/10
Overall 8/10

a non-cannon movie with lots of playfulness cements this movie as excellent, flush if one or two things are lacking in the film.This movie ‘s plot is nothing extra and is driven strictly by the crazy antics of the One-Piece world. Taking home after whole coat island and right before Wano ( While still having all the crewmates and supernovast here ), the development is around that area, while the people involved are slight plot holes. Drawn to take function in a commandeer treasure hunt organized by the late Gol D. Roger, hundreds of pirates go to this pirate recourse and look for this fabled care for said to be Gol D. Rogers bequest. It becomes an exclusive plagiarist festival containing all the big names that will include mindless fun and battles. however, upon arriving, the strew hats find Law hurt and realize that something is happening behind the scenes.Now one of the best parts of the movie is that the world is more flesh knocked out. due to the One-piece world ‘s enormity, each island is about a unlike global as Oda shows everything the worldly concern holds, while inactive being limited to arcs no longer than 100 chapters post time omission. so, Oda uses movies like One objet d’art Stampede and film Z to accentuate and show the belittled details like the knock-up stream and leaves others like movie aureate to flesh out the global and its characters. The film has constant throwbacks like the knock-upstream, the bubbles from Sabaody/Fishman island, and the little bits of charm in the expansive credit line ; it makes the populace spirit lived in. Using Buster Calls, lecture of impel polish, marine meetings, and characters we merely saw pre-timeskip, it mixes nostalgia with intrigue, as the populace good seems bigger, even if the island is a blend of ideas from other islands. We see figures like the warlords and the rotatory united states army appear, showing that they still exist. even Cipher pol 0, organizations we know exist, but want to see more action on. The movie helps build one Piece as a mount we know, quite than the literal satellite it is, where millions of things happen in the manga.However, despite the worldbuilding and strengthening, the movie ‘s best function is that the studio seems to care so much. By canonizing the giant panda man marine captain, and the giant panda man plagiarist, it has that small touch, that makes it feel like Oda ’ d playfull writing. It adds small hints that most anime or movies would not include, adding TO the manga, rather of the other means around ( like the “ if I go to this island, I will die disease ” ). The fights and scenes were besides not extended like regular One-Piece anime, as they used every hour of the movie for more action. It showcased moves like Zoro ‘s tiger hound, Luffy ‘s Snakeman, and flush Brook ‘s spirit levitation, making a movie that felt like the director saw and liked the reference corporeal. And another part that made the fights was that the fights were not just asinine Sakuya, but Sakuya that fit in with One-Piece and had a aim outdoor of a cool competitiveness scenery. Unlike most early movies that will Boost their protagonist ‘s powers tenfold ( Which one nibble stampede did lone a bantam piece ) and make up powers, it took the like abilities and used them in the ways we always wanted them to be used in. Zoro had a fight that was not a 1 hit KO like common, Luffy ‘s fights had so much choreography, and each of the characters used their abilities in ways that were evocative of erstwhile abilities. And while having the independent villain be a Level 6 attendant of propel down that was on Gol D. Rogers ship, about beat a buster-call, stronger than multiple vice admirals, AND was an awaken satan yield exploiter THAT had mastered arming and conqueror ‘s Haki, was a spot “ extra ”, it was largely his ideals thhat helped the show, as he was the trigger for Usopps development.The MVP of the show was hands down Usopp. I would never expect a movie to contain such good character development for a character, let alone a straw hat, but it did it amazingly. As portrayed in the carom of the series, Usopp is a coward who is always fine running away when it comes to his condom, knowing that he is n’t on the lapp degree as Sanji or Zoro. But when it comes to the safety of his crowd, or others, he stands up. Throughout the movie, there is scene after scene of Ussop trying to save his captain and continually being destroyed, blaming himself for being weak. He about transforms into the weather warrior he wants to be, as he acts as the captain ‘s right world, ignoring his own submit and helping Luffy in some antic scenes ( I ca n’t do it justice, but it is actually excellent ). Usopp shines airless to the flush of water seven, as the movie can besides be interpreted as his story.Using the movie as an excuse, it brings us screen time of characters such as Sabo, Boa, Smoker, Law, the supernova, and even others, knowing that One-piece fans were eagerly looking forward to seeing them again. They each get belittled segments to star in and bring their characters ‘ traits with them, not being eye candy for the fans, but the characters we know and love. While they are n’t chief characters or all have major fights, they get enough of meter to interact with each other and solidify person bonds, connections, and ideas we had about them. They each act as we expected, but tied better, as the few chapters spent with them kept an atmosphere of mystery that made us want to see more of the characters. tied the Straw Hats, given over 1000 chapters to develop, develop in this show, as we see them plainly interacting. While Oda will put chapters of them interacting occasionally, but they are few and far between, the diagram taking blame. so equitable seeing the pale yellow hats goof off and interacting without a heavy plot leading their conversations and locations merely aid make it feel great.The animation and the music in the movie were the best one-piece had to offer. Using the Wano arc animation and condensing it down into a1h 30m movie ( and adapting more than 10 PAGES per episode ), the movie felt about arsenic good as the manga. And while the independent villain did turn into a giant CG giant, the CG looked decent, as it was used with a good budget. With vivification, fights, and pacing on par with the manga, it ultimately lived up to One Piece and all it can offer. even the music, which is normally sub-par, does a decent caper, matching the scenes perfectly, and feels amazing. It way outdoes the zanzibar copal and gets up close with the manga.Now ampere good as the movie was, it was not without demerit. The Characters involved were plot conveniences, as they all took part in the plagiarist festival. In the zanzibar copal, the Straw Hats would be split in Wano and WCI, the supernova either in Wano, Reverie, or on a sky island, and the marines ( spoilers ) on the warlord ‘s territory at war with them. There is besides the fact that there was an ageless log put to laugh fib, one little fact I did n’t like. With the path to one Piece revealed to be something entirely different and more interesting, I did n’t particularly appreciate that it was included. still, it was dealt with in a fine way, ending up a minor annoyance at the end. And even not being a guy who cares about power scale, the fact that Luffy beat person “ On par with Raleigh ” was besides a morsel wyrd, as we keep learning more powers they have, and that Luffy should not be able to damage them ascribable to certain things we learn late. But the movie ‘s positive points shine bright enough so that they alone feel like minor annoyances in the moments they happen, as they were largely small technical points, preferably than larger encompassing problems. overall, it is a must-watch for a one-piece fan. While manga readers watch the movies and are always disappointed in some manner, it was n’t the character with this movie and felt amazing. And to the anime watchers who chug along at a subpar adaptation, they will love it. one-piece stampede does its job highly well and feels cannon. With multiple feels, effective animation, good pacing, and being the definition of “ fun, ” It will keep your attention throughout the movie 100 %. And while there are modest parts that seem wyrd, its positives room outweighs those, making it one of the best movie experiences ever.Plot 7/10Animation 8/10Music 8/10Characters 8/10Enjoyment 8/10Overall 8/10

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