Persona 3 The Movie #3 – Falling Down 10th Anniversary Review
Another Thanksgiving bonus from Japanimation Station
Welcome to a special Thanksgiving week bonus episode of Japanimation Station, an anime podcast brought to you by the folks at The Weekly Stuff Podcast. We are here to dive into the wide and wonderful world of anime, and you can subscribe on all platforms at JapanimationStation.Com.
This week marks the 10th anniversary of the first movie based on Persona 3, a game that is one of our all-time favorites here at Japanimation Station. We reviewed each of those films as they released over on The Weekly Stuff Podcast, and hold them in extremely high regard as some of the greatest video game adaptations of all time, in any medium – and an undeniably great work of anime. So this week, as a special Thanksgiving bonus, we’re bringing back our original Persona 3 movie reviews, re-edited and remastered, for Japanimation Station.
That continues today with the third film, Falling Down! This conversation was originally recorded on February 16th, 2016, and it finds our investment in these films only growing deeper, as Falling Down tackles one of the trickier stretches of the game to adapt, and finds an incredibly effective lens through which to view the story via the character of Ryoji. If anything, these movies just keep getting better.
Enjoy, and come back tomorrow for our review of the fourth and final Persona 3 movie, Winter of Rebirth!
Theme Song: 0:00:00 – 0:01:14
Intro: 0:01:14 – 0:04:04
Eyecatch Break: 0:04:04 – 0:04:38
Persona 3 Movie 3: 0:04:38 – 0:52:56
End Theme: 0:52:56 – 0:53:58
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