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Belle Steelbook Blu-ray/DVD

3 star rating out of 5
2 Reviews
SKU: 826663231564

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About Belle Steelbook Blu-ray/DVD

Belle contains the anime film directed by Mamoru Hosoda, housed in a limited edition steelbook.

From the celebrated Academy Award-nominated director Mamoru Hosoda and Studio Chizu, creators of Mirai, Wolf Children, and Summer Wars, comes a fantastical, heartfelt story of growing up in the age of social media.

Suzu is a shy, everyday high school student living in a rural village. For years, she has only been a shadow of herself. But when she enters “U”, a massive virtual world, she escapes into the online persona of Belle, a gorgeous and globally-beloved singer. One day, her concert is interrupted by a monstrous creature chased by vigilantes. As their hunt escalates, Suzu embarks on an emotional and epic quest to uncover the identity of this mysterious “beast” and to discover her true self in a world where you can be anyone.


  • Publisher: GKIDS
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English, Spanish
  • Genre: Drama, Romance, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Music, Video Games
  • Age Rating: 10+
  • Run Time: 121
  • Year Created: 2021
  • Release Date: 11/1/2022
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

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5 star rating out of 5

It does have its flaws, but It's still a stunning and enjoyable ride


Man do I really regret not seeing this movie when it was in theaters. The visuals and music are so beautiful and well done that seeing it on a big screen just enhances the experience. But it was still great watching on a smaller TV screen. My first thought into watching it was that this was gonna be like Summer Wars with it’s similar world. As it went on, it had elements of Paprika, Sword Art Online, and Beauty and the Beast. First impression: I really enjoyed it. There was a lot I liked from the visuals and music to the story. It did feel like a lot was going on though and it did get a little confusing at parts. And after watching some online reviews, I did pick up on some plot holes or scenes that don’t really make sense. If you don’t look too hard into it, you’ll enjoy it. I do wish the story focused a little more on Suzu’s past and a bit more of an epilogue with her father. But in the end, I’d gladly recommend this film to anybody and would watch it again with pleasure.

1 star rating out of 5

An absolute trainwreck of a film


A pretty film that seems promising, only to wear you down with a continuous influx of half-baked ideas and unresolved plot threads.
If you expect anything in the film to make sense, you'll be severely frustrated. The digital world that much of the film takes place in is a contrived plot device that still manages to contradict itself repeatedly. The plot veers in strange ways that leave you not interested, but confused. And it'd be one thing if the ending just completely ignored all of the plot threads and themes that the film had setup, but it takes it a step further, by making the one plot thread it follows through on make no sense and feel just as unresolved as the ones that were abandoned. The actual conflict is resolved off-screen, with no real follow-up before the film just ends.

It's all just so baffling, and unbelievably disappointing.