One Piece: Pirate Festival still carries the familiar drawings of the previous parts with bright and bright colors that account for about 70% of the movie time. The scenes in the film, especially the battle scenes are heavily invested with meticulous and sophisticated drawings, giving the audience extremely satisfying footage. However, there are still some lengthy processing scenes, such as the scene where Bullet fuses with metal is quite long and colorful, so many of you will feel a bit tired for this part.|The sound is also very impressively processed, supporting the situations in the movie very well, contributing to bringing more emotions to the audience when watching the movie. Without the sound, it is certain that One Piece: Pirate Festival will lose half of its appeal.|One Piece: Pirate Festival is currently showing at Touch Cinema. This is an interesting work, but with Ad not having time to plow through the One Piece set, there are still many review points that are lacking or may not be really accurate. So go directly to the theater and enjoy this movie.