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Future Diary: Part Two

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One day, Yukiteru discovers that his cell phone "diary" can now tell him the events of the future. The problem is, eleven others also have similar diaries, and only one can win this Survival Game. The winner becomes a god. The losers: DEAD END.

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As the fantasy-adventure Future Diary (2011) continues, it grows more violent and complex. The rules of the game created by the God of Time and Space (Deus Ex Machina) to choose his successor change unexpectedly as more players, including "apprentice Diarists," enter the fray. Yukiteru "Yuki" Amano and his classmate Yuno Gasai remain at the center of the contest. The other players perceive Yuki as the odds-on favorite to win and try to take him out, while Yuno fights viciously to protect him. It's not clear just what Yuno and Yuki see in each other. A hero singularly devoid of charm, Yuki whines, complains about being weak, and allows himself to be manipulated by others. Yuki adores the obviously psychotic Yuno, even after she drugs him, kidnaps him, handcuffs him to a chair, and kills his friends and his parents. She also keeps the skulls of her own parents--whom she murdered--on display, like souvenirs. The last vestiges of a coherent storyline disintegrate as the filmmakers introduce a subplot involving alternate realities that are the result of previous games. In the first of these worlds, Yuno won and became a goddess. The victory failed to satisfy her because Yuki was dead, and she couldn't bring him back to life. This Yuno enters the third iteration of the world with Murmur, who has revolted against Deus and is pursuing her own aims. Yuki and Minene (whom Deus has given special powers) follow them to try to change the course of history in that world. Episode 26 plays as a sort of coda, with Yuki reigning as a lonely god, watching things sort themselves out for the rest of the cast--and still whining. (Rated TV MA: violence, violence against women, torture, child abuse, sexual activity, profanity, grotesque imagery, nudity, risqué humor, alcohol and tobacco use) --Charles Solomon

(14. Memory Wipe, 15. Dual Cell Phones, 16. Repairs, 17. Family Discount, 18. Crossed Wire, 19. Delete All Messages, 20. Data Transfer, 21. Personal Identification Number, 22. Disconnect, 23. Breach of Contract, 24. Searching, 25. Beset, 26. Initialize)


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  • Episode commentaries
  • Animated short
  • Textless opening and closing
  • Promotional videos
  • Trailers

  • Product Details

    • Actors: Josh Grelle, Brina Palencia, Kent Williams
    • Directors: Zach Bolton
    • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
    • Language: Japanese, English
    • Subtitles: English
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
    • Number of discs: 2
    • Rated: Unrated
    • Studio: Funimation Prod
    • DVD Release Date: September 17, 2013
    • Run Time: 325 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B00DICPBP6
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,714 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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    14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Collins on July 10, 2013
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    This review is for now about the anime itself. Those wanting to see a review of the box set itself should come back once it's released and I have a chance to get a hold of it ;)

    Those who are coming into this expecting a series about a cute little girl with pink hair that does silly things, are going to find themselves disappointed. A true successor to Death Note, minus the disappointing second act, Future Diary, aka Mirai Nikki, is a darker, more emotional, and more thought provoking story than one would think at first glance.

    The anime centers around two characters, Amano Yukiteru and Gasai Yuno, who are caught up in a high stakes game of life or death. Deus ex Machina, the God of the Future Diary universe, is dying, and he's set up a game to determine who will take his place. Each of the 12 contestants is given a 'future diary' that, as the name implies, predicts future events and records them as diary entries, each in a slightly different way. The goal of the game is for each contestant to kill the other 11, and the last man (or woman) standing is the winner.

    The great thing about Future Diary is that it gives you a little bit of everything, and holds it together well. The show has a great mix of romance, suspense, comedy, drama, and even horror. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry, it even has a straight up shonen, super saiyan beat down towards the end.

    The characters as well, are one of the places that the series excels at. Even the villains or characters that you hate, will absolutely make you fall in love with them by the end.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lazar on January 3, 2014
    Mirai Nikki revolves around the premise that a dying God decides he needs a successor. Instead of choosing a worthy individual to sit the throne, he sagely chooses to decide the matter via a death match (because people who kill other people are the obvious candidates for godhead). Each survival game candidate is given a diary that predicts the future to one degree or another. Yuki, a young boy whose diary predicts the future around him in a rather general way, is our protagonist.

    The show's pacing is spot-on, with plenty of action and character development. Yuki's character will irritate many anime fans with his indecisiveness and general refusal (or extreme reluctance) to do anything cool or deadly for the first ¾ of the show. Instead, the lovely Gasai Yuno chops, stabs, blasts, and burns her way through Yuki's enemies--and some of his friends, too. As with many viewers, Yuno was my favorite aspect of the show: a beautiful psychotic who was simultaneously the most complex and most exciting character in the entire series. Yuno's performance in the episodes leading up to the grande finale (where Mirai Nikki unfortunately drops the ball) is close to perfect.

    While Mirai Nikki is a very good anime, it's not five stars. A particular viewer compared it favorably to Death Note, and while they are correct that the two animes share themes and plot devices, Death Note is the more cerebral and well-crafted experience (though both shows have their issues). Yuki's transformation near the end of the story is really not believable. Gasai Yuno is ALMOST amazing throughout. Four stars.
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    The series is a nice mix of Death Note/Battle Royale and Fatal Attraction thrown into a blender but very hard to follow to as a result. Just expect to see an entertaining series which can be very dark in some areas of the series, the animation and voice cast for the subbed and dubbed were great and fans of any genre will get their taste of what they like.
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    6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Dark Electro Pulse on September 15, 2013
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    Don't think twice about buying Mirai Nikki (The Future Diary), it is a must have for any anime fan. It is well worth your money and time, and even though i am not sure how the dubs are, the Japanese voice actors are great! Get this anime, you will not regret it!
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael on December 24, 2013
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    The series comes to a mind boggling conclusion in part two of Future Diary. I really enjoyed this set. Good story and animation. Love the characters. Would love to see the OVA that concludes the story fully but I was satisfied with the one provided for the series.
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    This was a really good series in where it had everything one could ask for without falling into the trap of the comic-relief/farce which sometimes occurs when a specific subject is pushed too far: action, romance (albeit in a reather unique manner), slice-of-life... everything I had hoped to find in this series.

    The one thing I disliked about it is that it's rather back-and-forth in its storytelling without really telling the viewer. For exmple, for the first half of the series, Yuki is pretty much doing nothing as Yuno is the one taking care of the dirty work. Then suddenly, about 3/4 of the way through, Yuki somehow find his courage and becomes this kind of James Bond-esque hero who actually plans killing people, something which he never considered before (or almost.), conversion which was rather destabilising (though with reference to the events of the previous episode, some may find the connection, I feel it was a bit much of a drastic shift). There's also this story with the two skulls which never seems to end, leading the viewer to wonder what it's all about until the final moment when all is revealed (which makes up for the suspense I guess).

    All in all however, the story is very well played out with many twists and turn the viewer don't see coming and very well developped characters. For those who enjoyed Death Note but don't mind delving a bit more into a story slightly less grounded in reality, I recommend this series.

    Also, because at the time I could not take all the DVDs with me, I ripped them onto my hard drive with only the audio, which turned out to be a MAJOR annoyance because most of this story revolves around text messages sent by the user' phones, which are all still written in their original japanese. I have checked however and when english subtitles are enabled, the japanese text on the phones is overwritten in english.So to anyone doing the same, take the subs with you!
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    censor or uncensored?
    I'd also like to know. I watched the show on Hulu and it was censored, which all in all felt like it took away some of my enjoyment of the show.
    Mar 16, 2015 by Jon E. Zufelt |  See all 3 posts
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    Unfortunately, it does not; however, the OVA was just released in Japan along with a short manga volume under the title Mirai Nikki: Redial (which I am sure you knew) on July 24, so Funimation has probably not had chance to license it as of now, hopefully in the near future though ^_^
    Sep 25, 2013 by tc0120 |  See all 2 posts
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