Looking for the Tenki No Ko: Weathering With You full story synopsis? Tenki No Ko: Weathering With You was released in Japan on July 19th Japan. With all of the hype and news coverage the film has received, it’ll be hard for the film to live up to fan expectations. As seen on previous Tenki No Ko news
Author: Limarc Ambalina
The videos on this list consist of all the trailers, previews, and collaboration commercials that have been released for Tenki No Ko: Weathering With You.
Watch the first scene of Weathering With You below with English subtitles underneath the video.
Weathering With You is going to be one of the biggest films of the year in Japan. Here is my in-depth analysis and three story predictions based on the recent trailer.
No mobile game has garnered an international player base as large as Niantic’s smash-hit Pokémon Go which allows players to walk around the real world and catch pokémon with the swipe of a finger. But what franchise has been alive and kicking even longer than Pokémon? You guessed it: Dragon Quest. Renamed as Dragon Warrior for the
In my first-ever article for Lionbridge AI, I discuss how some of the world’s biggest companies like Amazon and eBay use the power of search relevance and recommendations to keep traffic and convert users into sales and repeat customers. The article briefly outlines how search engines work and how to improve search relevance through validation
From time travel to parallel dimensions and space exploration, the genre is full of interesting concepts and plot devices…
Pokémon: Detective Pikachu is the film adaptation that I — and many other Pokémon fans — have been waiting for. The film is based on the Nintendo 3DS video game Detective Pikachu,which received generally positive reviews and an 8.2/10 rating on IGN. In true Pokémon Company fashion, the film is just as polished and well-produced as their countless video
Japan is a country with a high demand for visual novel games that’s unparalleled anywhere else in the world. As a result, they make up a huge part of the video game market in Japan. Often some of the most popular anime and manga, like Steins; Gate or Fate/stay night, are adapted from visual novels and vice versa. But
With superhero film series like Spider Man and Batman done and redone to death, it’s become a cliche to say that Hollywood has run out of ideas. So what do you do when you run out of ideas? Get them from someone — or in Hollywood’s case — somewhere else. For many years now, Hollywood has been trying and mostly failing