Hell - a place where beings that have committed mortal sins during their lifetime are sent. It is a realm where even Soul Reapers are forbidden to interfere. When a group of vicious Sinners plots to escape from this eternal prison, they discover that Substitute Soul Reaper Ichigo Kurosaki is the key to their freedom. The Sinners launch an attack and in the process kidnap Ichigo's younger sister Yuzu and take her to Hell. With the help of a mysterious man named Kokuto, Ichigo and his friends must now travel into the depths of Hell to stop the Sinners and save Yuzu, unaware that their actions could bring Hell to the World of the Living.
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I have to say, I thought Bleach the Movie 4: Hell Verse was the best Bleach Movie I've seen yet, and delivers all the action a Bleach fan such as myself would come to expect and more. This is pretty dark stuff by the way, Hell is visualised and very creative, so it makes for really interesting viewing. Furthermore there's crystal clear graphics, an unusual and original storyline with epic fighting sequences. I would say that the film requires some knowledge and understanding of the Bleach franchise in order to get the most out of it.
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