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A very arbitrary crisis is simply pulled out of the hat without being worked upon or being thoroughly explained, just to give an excuse for the drama, as opposed to what happened in the series where the - at least to some extent - believable, relatable drama was slowly given birth from - again, to some extent - believable, detailed reasons.
As often happens in storytelling, going directly for the actual point instead of first developing the setting and have the former feel an inevitable offspring of the latter just doesn't work as well.
A great movie nonetheless, however you can skip it and not really miss out on the entire story.
This is here mostly for the fans who want a little something more.
As for technical matters, the movie feels very consistent with the series.
One could hope for something more from this media format in terms of budget, when it comes to visuals especially, but there was nothing wrong with them to begin with (quite the opposite), so again nothing to specifically complain here. All in all, this movie is what we could have expected for it to be, especially given the quite satisfying, conclusive ending of the series: arbitrary fan service (in the broader meaning, don't worry).
Moreover, Okabe is chained into a side role this time around, the leading character, the one through whose eyes we are told the events being Kurisu.
And, well, as said, without Okabe as a filter she like everyone else is a rather dull, stereotyped character.