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Ultraman: Rising drew inspiration from a true story of fatherhood

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The screenplay's peculiarities only contribute to the characters' seeming less humanity, which is unfortunate considering how much work Ultraman: Rising on Soap2Day Watch Movies takes into providing Ken Sato a compelling storyline. He suffers from excruciating agony and frustration, as the plot builds to a climax third act by giving small victories and significant losses. Observing Ken grow closer to his enormous adopted child is one of the pleasures of Ultraman: Rising, and this portrayal of the responsibility he bears is masterfully done. A story like this has certain predictable rhythms, but because of the effort put in to demonstrate Sato's transformation from someone who is estranged from everyone in his life to someone who has real relationships, the audience is able to forgive them.


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