For their winter project, the heroes-in-training of U.A. High School’s Class 1-A travel to a tropical island in southern Japan to form a superhero agency without supervision from any Pro Hero. Their stay starts out smoothly - they spend their time working as lifeguards, finding lost children, and helping the elderly - until four supervillains reach the island, cutting it off from the outside world. While the students are ready to defend the islanders, they find themselves easily overcome by the strengths of their opponents. Directed by Kenji Nagasaki.~Jinko Labitag
Class 1-A visits NabuIsland where they finally get to do some real hero work. The place is so peaceful that it feels like a vacation-until they're attacked by a villain with an unfathomable Quirk! With All Might retired and citizens' lives on the line, there's no time for questions. Deku and his friends are the next generation of heroes, and they're the island's only hope.
Johnny Yong BoschNine
Luci ChristianOchaco Uraraka
Colleen ClinkenbeardMomo Yaoyorozu
Caitlin GlassMina Ashido
Yuki KajiShouto Todoroki
Action and Adventure,Adventure,Anime
My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising
Year of Release
Blu-ray/DVD, Includes Digital Copy
My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray/DVD] 
The movie, animation, editors the English and Japanese VAs were great! Highly recommend this movies. Its not long its about an hour and a half and they make every minute count!
Would have gave it 5 stars but, my new pre-ordered metal case, came nicked and scrached. I also wish for the price of the movie (almost $40 with shipping and tax added) they could tossed in a nice promo like, a limited poster or keychain.
Just be cautious when getting the metal case and check for scratches.
The actual Movie: Awesome.
The Condition I received item: 10/10. It was packaged in a bubble envelope and there were no scratches or dents.
Pre-Order Service: Perfect.
When the MHA Two Heroes movie came to DVD/BluRay I bought it from Funimation's Website. Thing was, I didn't receive the discs until it was 2 weeks after the initial release of the discs. I was very upset and since I'm a huge nerd I went and got another copy on the day of release. I didn't want a repeat this time and I'm all about the Steel Book cases for things. The Friday before the item was to be sent I received a notice that it had been shipped. As it was in transit I was given constant updates of how the delivery was going. It was fantastical. I'm probably only going to Pre-Order things from Best Buy now.
First off, this review will be spoiler-free.
This movie was my introduction to the series and after I watched it in theaters I was hooked. Consequently, I started watching the anime and bought this DVD copy when it came out.
The idea of this series is that most people have some type of superpower or a "quirk." The basis of this movie is that the main characters from the series travel to a small island to do hero work. A classroom of gifted teenagers are tasked with helping the town folk - then villains appear.
You'll find that the circumstances that lead the villains to this tiny island are highly improbable. Then there are some scenes in this movie that you would never expect to happen in the series. This movie is a stretch for sure.
But overall I really enjoyed it. Most of the animation is superb except for the overdone dark CGI clouds. You'll become attached to the characters and they feel real. The movie did not go too in-depth into character development like the series but you can get a feel for them and understand the dozens of characters individually. It also does not spoil much of the series and tries to be a standalone movie, which it pulls off well.