Spy x Family Code: White

Spy x Family Code: White

After receiving an order to be replaced in Operation Strix, Loid decides to help Anya win a cooking competition at Eden Academy by making the principal's favorite meal in order to prevent his replacement. The Forgers decide to travel to the region where the meal originates, but accidentally set off a chain of events which could put the world's peace at risk.

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  • Runtime: 110 minutes
  • Genre: Adventure, Animation, Comedy
  • Stars: Takuya Eguchi, Atsumi Tanezaki, Saori Hayami, Kenichirou Matsuda, Tomoya Nakamura, Kento Kaku, Banjo Ginga, Shunsuke Takeuchi
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  • webslinger-00280 - 29 April 2024
    Just as Fun and Loving as the Excellent Show
    I came into it really excited for the film, and was completely satisfied with it from start to finish. The action was phenomenal with the heighten budget, and the humor and new characters were top notch in introductions and delivery. The music was absolutely beautiful and amazing to hear on the big screen with characters so lovable I couldn't help but smile at every turn, especially when you wouldn't expect it. Aside from a very funny but overextended poop joke, this fits perfectly into the franchise as one that will be loved by fans and anime-goers alike. Definitely recommend it, especially at the theater.
  • grantlauzon - 22 April 2024
    It takes a bit to get going but the full blown insanity eventually comes around.
    As a fan of the show I was curious how this would turn out. It starts off rather slow with an emphasis on the home and school life. The comedy, action, and plot don't really kick in until the end of act 2.

    This might be my favorite portrayal of Anya in anything Spy X Family. Her expressions are very well drawn.

    It has basically every character in some form and they play a slightly exaggerated version of there role from the show (for better or worse in the case of agent Nightfall).

    This movie gets silly... maybe too silly. If you've watched the show or have watched any kind of anime (Nightfall's reactions) then... well even then there are parts that might be too silly for you. There's your regular anime extreme over acting, but there's a psychedelic scene that... Well it would be spoilers.

    If you like the show I'd recommend it. If you haven't seen the show... Get ready for things to get out of hand very quickly.