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Gundam Wing - Endless Waltz (Anime Movie Classics)


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  • Actors: Mark Hildreth, Scott McNeil, Kirby Morrow, Brad Swaile, Ted Cole
  • Writers: Rika Takahashi
  • Format: Animated, Color, Dolby, 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: Bandai
  • DVD Release Date: February 20, 2007
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (252 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000KF0P28
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,681 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Gundam Wing - Endless Waltz (Anime Movie Classics)" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

This feature-film-length release is a compilation created from the three episodes of Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz OVA, edited together and cut slightly for length. It serves as a sequel to the Gundam Wing TV series and takes place in the same After Colony Era universe, rather than the Universal Century of the original Mobile Suit Gundam series. As it begins, the Organization of Zodiac has long been eradicated and Treize Khushrenada is dead. His daughter, however, eight-year-old Mariemaia, is leading a rebellion on a newly established colony, and her forces have kidnapped Relena Darlian, who has since become vice foreign minister for the Earth Sphere Unified Nation. The Gundam pilots now must investigate this girl, or the powers behind her, and prevent the colonies from being seized by sinister forces. Endless Waltz also serves as a prequel to the Gundam Wing series as it reveals stories about the past of the Gundams and their pilots not revealed in the original series. ~ Cammila Albertson, Rovi

Customer Reviews

All fans of the Gundam Wing series will love this movie.
Lindsey
Anywaise I think that I liked the Movie's ending better then the OAV cause it had in a way a bit more detail to like what the pilots are doing.
"swt_lil_azn_2008"
If you loved the show, You will want to watch this over and over again.
Silvia Andrews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

79 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Sean Whitmore on June 28, 2001
Format: DVD
I bought this DVD the day it came out and loved it instantly. But I didn't really have anything to say about it until watching the ending of another great anime series, Neon Genesis Evangelion. Both the TV and movie versions of that series angered me to no end, but they made me realize how great "Endless Waltz" is.
The ending of the "Gundam Wing" television series wasn't really that at all. Sure, the 'bad guys' were defeated, but anyone who thinks that's all that matters isn't a fan of good storytelling. "Endless Waltz" answers pretty much every question you might have about the fates of the characters, and I don't mean just the Gundam pilots, either. Every important character of the series is brought into play, and even some not-so important ones. As icing on the cake, this DVD also answers many(though not all) questions about the characters from before the start of the series.
The animation, characterization, and excellent soundtrack ("White Reflexion!") all make up for the fact that the plot is slightly silly and a little cliched. More of a bad guys versus good guys thing as opposed to the complexity of the series. But hey, it's a movie, how deep do you want them to get, here?
Two more reccomendations. Watch the movie version, as opposed to the OVA version. You'll be glad you did. It contains extended and all-new footage that really makes the story flow better, plus there's some great music in certain scenes that were silent in the OVA vesion. Secondly, and this is something I never ever say about anime, watch it dubbed. No, I'm not insane. It's actually better, I swear to God. I've seen it in both languages, and simple lines (such as many of Heero's) just sounded better delivered in English.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Shadix on August 24, 2005
Format: DVD
Gundam Wing was a breakthrough in Gundam animation and brought even more fans to the Gundam World. Endless Waltz is the conclusion to the 50 episode saga, but can also stand alone without knowing too much about the series. The animation is great and the new gundam style is visually pleasing.

Having the OVA and the Theatrical Version in one is great, there are only a few differences...like the different Mariemaia voice actress you can barely notice, the songs that are moved or removed, but if you're a hardcore fan it's great to watch. The extra scenes and the removing of the "episode"-like qualities in the movie version are excellent and barely even noticeable.

The only confusing part is that even in flashbacks dated during and before the origanal 50 episodes contain the NEW gundams...I just like to think they had the gundams updated after the war and ignore the flashbacks lol.

All and all, a GREAT addition to the series. The characters have changed as they would have over a year of peace, and even more character development comes through, essential to a movie based on a series we watched them grow through.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By David Baker on February 2, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
...but what an ending! Told mostly through flashbacks, the story of Endless Waltz is rock-solid. If you're a fan of the series, this explains the characters backgrounds and how they came to be, which is quite interesting (Trowa's origin, for example, was not only interesting, it's shocking). If you're new to Gundam Wing, well... it wouldn't be the best place to start... and at the same time, it would be if you don't want to sit through all those episodes (which is why I liked the flashbacks: I can show it to my friends and they wouldn't be left out in the cold as to what's going on in the film). Whenever you try to get someone's interest in a series, it's not always easy: nobody really has time to sit through a whole set of tapes/DVDs, and that's if you even have them; and when you try to show them a movie inspired from the series, they know nothing of the characters, and it seems that most movies expect that you already do (take, for example, Tenchi Forever: you can't show that to a first-time Tenchi viewer, as it wouldn't quite register [i.e., no explanation as to how the characters came about]). But, like I said, Endless Waltz gives you a whole background of the characters through the flashbacks, yet, doesn't take away from those that have followed the series--no easy feet. So what's the story here? Taking off a year after the Gundam Wing series ended, Mariemeia--the illegitimate daughter of deceased war leader, OZ chief Treize Krushrenada--has made plans to become the ruler of the new nation--thus taking over Earth and the Space Colonies. Obviously, this isn't good; it's, as the movie said, "An endless waltz of peace, war, and revolution." And obviously, our heroes aren't taking this lightly, either.Read more ›
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By zephryn on June 6, 2005
Format: DVD
Endless Waltz is a magnificent conclusion to a wonderful series. But this movie/ OVA is far more than a sequel, it is also of a prequel to the series - giving viewers a glimpse of their favorite Gundam pilots' past.

The Gundams return with amazing new designs (courtesy of Katoki) and with them, two new Mobile Suit models: the Serpent units and the Tallgeese III! The mechanical designs are beautiful - the cover of the dvd with Wing Zero should be more than enough to show that.

The characters have matured as well. They remain true to their personalities from the series and yet, there is definite development. They are no longer lost and confused as they had been in the series... they are more resolute and determined... of course, with a few exceptions - one of which is that of a surprising enemy. But one must wonder if it was really that much of a surprise?

Endless Waltz is a definite conclusion to the After Colony timeline. But don't be sad - this is what makes it so great! The impressions left to us by Gundam Wing and Endless Waltz (not to mention the numerous comics) is something that we, true fans, will forever remember without the story or plot being exhausted by repetition.

This is a must have for anyone who has or have watched the Gundam Wing series!
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