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  • Actors: Tomokazu Seki, Satsuki Yukino, Jason Douglas, Ikue Kimura, Rie Tanaka
  • Directors: Don Rush, Yasuhiro Takemoto
  • Writers: Yasuhiro Takemoto, Fumihiko Shimo, Mike Yantosca, Shôji Gatô
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Section 23
  • DVD Release Date: October 18, 2005
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000AP31FG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #456,588 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Here it is the full-on, all-out-crazy finale to Full Metal Panic? FUMOFFU! And it seems that EVERYONE has gone completely mad! First, a laugh-out-loud yakuza war brings gangster stereotypes to life, risks the lives of Kaname and Sousuke, and enlists an unlikely army of Bonta-kuns to save the day! Next, there’s a turf war on the school campus, and it’s nerd against nerd, in an ill-inspired contest to see which group of misfits can seduce the most girls! And finally, it’s scandal, scare, skin, and screamin’ hilarity – as a whole classroom of students discards common sense... just before they unwittingly discard their clothes! It’s a fitting finish to a frenzied frolic in full-metal frivolity – and you definitely don’t want to miss it!

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The second season of Full Metal Panic comes to an appropriately nutty conclusion. The Yakuza hit men Kaname encountered in episode 4 return: they work for the father of her friend Ren. Their inept family gang is losing its turf to a pack of upstarts, so Kaname brings in Sousuke to train them--as the giant plushie Bonta-kun! The filmmakers spoof all the clichés of military movies: they have the "recruits" sing the Marine marching chant "Everywhere we go..." in "Fumoffus." Sousuke is delighted with the performance of the armored Bonta-kun suits and can't understand why more arms dealers don't stock them. All three episodes provide the special blend of slapstick comedy and grudging romance that made Full Metal Panic a hit on both sides of the Pacific. Watching the end of the series is a bit like having a friend move away, but a third season is reportedly in the works. (Rated TV PG V: comic violence, nudity) --Charles Solomon

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The animation is just as good if not a bit better, and the soundtrack is also great.
KevinB
As far as dark sadistic endings that'll have ya laughing loud enough to draw attention throughout the house go, this one's pretty much unbeatable.
S. L. Burdick
Having watched all the series, my humble opinion would be: Yes and I highly recommend the shows.
Niko

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Niko on May 24, 2006
To begin with, it is definitely a very good show, something that I will explain later on.

Let us start with the outline of the story.

As the rest of the DVDs, this one has three stories going on:
1) Yakuza vs. Yakuza. Thing is that the first gang belongs to the father of one of Kaname's friends. In order to help her, Sousuke will be dressed as a Bonta-kun again and take on their training; which also will result in creating an army of Bonta-kuns so that to beat the other gang.
2) As usual, the high-school has room problems and all clubs are training and working on the rooms that belong to other clubs, creating, at the same time, in the school campus a panic situation. In order to solve the problem the social club, which has only two members, is offering to give up its own room to help out the situation. The catch: The club that will pick up the most girls, during a contest, will win.
3) The final episode is one of the funniest. In that Sousuke receives instead of a gun part a biological weapon. Unfortunately, one of the class mates opens it and in order to `control' the situation Sousuke puts the class into isolation inside the classroom. Obviously, hell will brake loose and create the funniest panic that I ever have seen.

Overall, FMP Fumoffu concentrates more on the `ordinary school life' and on comedy, in contrast to FMP which balanced between comedy and action with Mechas. Nobody dies but it is funny as hell.

Additionally, the current series combine comedy, romance and action. As for the voices, either you hear it in Japanese or dubbed, both versions are very satisfying.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sesho on December 29, 2005
It's the final volume of one of the funniest series of the year, and that's almost enough to make you cry, if you weren't so busy laughing as you enjoy Full Metal Mania! In the first of 3 episodes, Chidori and Sousuke find out that their mild-mannered classmate Ren, the assistant to the student body president is the daughter of the local yakuza lord! But lately, since her father has been ill, some young punks have been trying to assert themselves. That's when Bonta-kun comes into the picture to show the old-timers some lethal moves....if they survive the training! In the second episode, a war has broken out at school because there aren't enough rooms for all the after-school clubs to meet. The Social Science Club has found a way to solve the problem AND perform an experiment on human relationships. They challenge all the other clubs to a contest. Whichever club can pick up the most women wins a room to meet in. Of course, we all know Sousuke is going to go to extremes as he tries to help his friends in the Photography Club. The finale concerns a bio-hazard substance that is accidentally opened and swallowed by a student in class which automatically makes all the students isolate themselves in the cramped room in order to keep the biological weapon from spreading. And we all know how rats act on a sinking ship.

Full Metal Panic Fumoffu is an outright hilarious series that I'm sorry to see come to an end. You would think that a military nut and a fan-abusing firebrand of a girl getting into misunderstandings would get old fast. But this show has kept up the great quality and laughs throughout the whole run. Maybe it's because Chidori still cares for Sousuke no matter what idiotic stunt he tries. Or maybe its the attractive character designs and high-quality animation.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Erin on October 22, 2005
This is a very funny show... I am so glad that they made this short season to keep us entertained. This season was more of a filler season... it's nowhere near as serious as the first or second season.. it's mostly comedy. But it's definitely worth owning if you love FMP at all. If you're thinking about getting it... I would say go for it.. you most likely won't be unhappy (unless you're a diehard serious plot, serious mecha fan.. then you might be unhappy!) :)
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