The English dub by The Ocean Group is rather strong and well casted for the players they picked, Emily Hirst as Makoto Konno plays the character as somewhat hot-headed but also kind and supportive, eager to help anyone out and plays very well to serious and emotional moments in the film. Alex Zahara as Kousuke Tsuda is stern but does a good job at playing the character with a sense of likability to him. Andrew Francis as Chiaki Mamiya plays the character as playful in moments of hilarity and cold in times of serious tonal shift and captures the elements well, The one role however that stands out the most in the dub for me was Saffron Henderson as Kazuko Yoshiyama. She captures the warm and comforting tones of the character in her slightly mature age and she never raises her voice to the point of anger once Makoto talks about the misuse of her powers, Saffron plays Yoshiyama as the mentor that isn’t strict but wants to help her niece be responsible with what she has.
Additional voices such as Brian Dobson, Natalie Walters, Shannon Chan- Kent, David Hurwitz, Brian Drummond, Tabitha St. Germain, Natalie Walters etc do blend into the background and sadly don’t add much feeling of depth to the supporting cast. However they do a great job with the work they are given and make the characters they play important to some small degree.
Definitely worth giving a look.