A teenaged boy fails to protect the girl he likes, and goes back in time to fix his mistakes - again and again - in "Fireworks," a new anime movie that combines romance, slice-of-life drama and an enigmatic MacGuffin. But all is not magical in the world of "Fireworks," and our hero soon discovers that escapism has drawbacks.
In his review at The Wrap, William Bibbiani says that "Fireworks" is "a sleepy summer day of a movie," and praises the film's everyday fantasy, even though it "never really pops."
Read: William Bibbiani Reviews "Fireworks" at The Wrap
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