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Grace 4 years ago
It was good, but there were too many aspects to cover so it felt scattered at times.
Dillan Richardson over 4 years ago
amazing movie, ties up the tv series nicely
Michael Cole over 5 years ago
Certainly wraps up the original series, but they could have used a more engaging story
Tanya 6 years ago
This could have so, so, SO MUCH BETTER. It makes me sad.
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Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa (劇場版 鋼の錬金術師 シャンバラを征く者, Gekijōban Hagane no Renkinjutsushi Shanbara o Yuku Mono) is a 2005 Japanese animated film directed by Seiji Mizushima and written by Sho Aikawa, and acts as a continuation of the first Fullmetal Alchemist television series. The film follows the story of alchemist Edward Elric as he attempts to return to his homeworld, having lived for two years on Earth, which exists in a parallel universe to his own, while his younger brother Alphonse is equally determined to reunite with his brother by any means necessary. Edward's search attracts the attention of the Thule Society, which becomes determined to enter his homeworld, believing it to be Shamballa, in order to obtain new weapons to help them in an upcoming war. The film premiered in Japan on July 23, 2005. A CD soundtrack has also been published featuring music from the film developed by Michiru Oshima and L'Arc-en-Ciel. It has been edited in DVD twice in Japan,...
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