Fafner: Heaven and Earth Movie (Limited Edition Blu-Ray/DVD Combo)
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Visually looks fantastic for mecha anime in 1080p HD, really well done and fast action high paced and intense.
I hope theres another movie as one huge plot point is still unresolved or possibly two. Peace with the UN, their still on the run from them and their still attacking festum in the North pole for example.
angela music so good for insert and the credits theme and solid dub as like the tv anime. Good bd from funi.
Speaking of the story... Note: This will be a mostly spoiler-free review, but I will at least cover the state that most of the characters are in at the film's beginning (most which you can glean from the theatrical trailer anyway). But rest assured--there is MUCH more to the movie than what I'm covering here, so you will have plenty more to experience yourself. I'm just whetting your appetite. ;-)
So, two years after the end of the TV series, Soushi has yet to return to Tatsumiya Island and Kazuki--due to the extensive assimilation phenomenon he underwent at the end of the series--is almost completely blind. He has begun working as a cook at Mizoguchi-san's Rakuen Cafe, and Mizoguchi-san has taken advantage of Kazuki's popularity by naming every other menu item after him (e.g. "Kazuki Curry," "Kazuki Cake," "Kazuki Pudding," etc). Business is, unsurprisingly, doing very well.
Maya is also working there as a waitress and seems to have continued being a supportive friend to Kazuki, watching over him in his sickness.Read more ›
The movie wraps up the series enough that you can stop here and consider it the end or wait until late 2013/early 2014 for a follow up movie and another season of episodes scheduled to be released in Japan. That supposedly will advance the story another 2-4 years after this movies events.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I thought this was way overated. the storyline was too unbelievable.Not worth your time There are so many better animes out therePublished on July 9, 2013 by walter
Love the quality, subtitle and the story. There is really nothing else more to complaint on the bluray and DVD.Published on February 15, 2013 by Mag