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Future Diary: Part One (Limited Edition)

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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.


Like Eden of the East and [C]-Control, The Future Diary (2011) centers on teenage protagonists who are given a technology that simultaneously empowers and threatens them. Introverted and alienated, Yukiteru "Yuki" Amano has no friends and talks to no one. He spends his time writing in the diary he keeps on his phone and pretending to converse with Deus Ex Machina, the God of Time and Space he dreamt up. But Deus, who looks like one of the more bizarre Hollows in Bleach, is all too real: he instigates a game where a dozen people receive supernatural phones that enable them to foresee parts of the future. The 12 "Diarists" are pitted against each other: the last surviving player will replace Deus as god. Yuki somehow attracts the attention of his cute classmate Yuno Gasai. She's also a Diarist, but devotes herself utterly to Yuki. Alliances, friendships, and enmities shift rapidly and sometimes illogically in a deadly game of survival. The Future Diary veers uncomfortably in tone as director Naroto Hosoda and his crew attempt to reconcile Yuno's school-girl crush on Yuki with an increasingly grim succession of explosions, shootings, and stabbings. Yuki is not a prepossessing hero; he lacks both the effortless charisma of Takizawa in Eden of the East and the gritty determination of Kimimaro in [C]-Control. He's alternately smitten with Yuno and terrified of her, and spends much of his time whining about how awful his life is. Hosoda can't seem to decide if the first half of The Future Diary is supposed to be a gore fest, a rom-com, or a creepy supernatural adventure in the mold of Another and Shiki (which built suspense and horror through what the filmmakers didn't show). Whether he can bring the rather scattered story to a satisfactory conclusion remains to be seen. (Rated TV MA: violence, violence against women, torture, grotesque imagery, nudity, risqué and toilet humor, alcohol and tobacco use) --Charles Solomon

(1. Sign Up, 2. Terms of the Contract, 3. Early Predicament, 4. Handwritten Entry, 5. Voice Memo, 6. Manner Mode, 7. Dial Tone, 8. New Model, 9. Blocked Number, 10. Family Plan, 11. Service Termination, 12. Outside the Reception Range, 13. Restricted Call)

Special Features

  • Episode commentaries
  • Textless opening and closing
  • Bonus "Omake" short
  • 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
    • Dubbed: English
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
    • Number of discs: 2
    • Rated:
      Not Rated
    • Studio: Funimation
    • DVD Release Date: September 17, 2013
    • Run Time: 325 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B00CU6WB5Y
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,013 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
    • Learn more about "Future Diary: Part One (Limited Edition)" on IMDb

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    Bored of your love life? Tired of meek submissive girlfriends who always want to discuss their feelings? Then let me introduce you to Yuno Gasai! The girl whom cupid won't approach without wearing body armour; the girl whose love you absolutely cannot refuse. No commitment issues for this girl. She'll make your friends jealous and then deceased. She'll win over your parents and then slit their throats. She'll treat you like a king and then imprison you in her dungeon. She'll steal your heart and stuff it in a jar. She's crazy in bed and even crazier everywhere else. She can do things in the kitchen that'll pop your eyes out (literally). Her hobbies include stalking, texting, texting while stalking and hiding corpses. She likes amusement parks and homicide. She's got killer looks, deadlier instincts and the brains to match (which will come in handy when evading authorities). No act is too unethical or taboo for the sake of her man. She may be psycho but only for the sake of love. So if that's the kind of girl you're looking for then call now and get professional help!

    Bravo animé! What a way to smash clichés! Girlfriends have been mostly shy moé doting creatures or tsunderé types or aggressive combat experts. However, you could always tell whether they were the good guys or bad guys, whether to root for them or not. This show however defies that trend by giving the protagonist a heroine from whom he has as much to fear as to love. She is "crazy about him" quite literally. Only rarely is she a doting girlfriend. At other times a liability and at other times she is in "full-on psycho mode" and those are the times when she shines. Should Yuki stay with her or ditch her? That's what Yuki and the viewer will keep asking himself.
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    Mirai Nikki, known in English as Future Diary, is one of my favorite stories of all time. You don't know me, so you don't know how big of a deal that truly is, but Future Diary is one of the most masterful expositions that I have ever had the pleasure of enjoying, and all the pieces fall perfectly in place to make it feel like a perfect present crafted just for me.

    The plot synopsis by itself should be more than enough to get you interested if you are into survival game stories as it is undeniably one of the most original, and has the most potential. The rules are simple. There are 12 people who were manic diary keepers all competing in a game of last-man-standing with the prize being the throne of god. To make things interesting, god has given these people's diaries the ability to tell them the future as if their diary entries were already written. This makes for some truly nail biting battles as people are constantly trying to avoid death as they use whatever information their diaries can give them about the future to escape death, and exploit any lack of information of other people's diaries to pin them down and finish them off.

    That is just the beginning however. Yuki, the first person to receive one of these future diaries, is rather timid and introverted. Most definitely not suited to playing a survival game, even though as an introvert he would fill his diary with whatever things he saw happen around him, making his diary the most broad and useful. So, he must team up with his psychotic stalker Yuno Gasai, who is the most enchantingly insane character that I have ever had the pleasure of witnessing. Unlike Yuki, Yuno's killer instincts are razor sharp, and she has the brutality to follow through on it. However, Yuno's diary also leaves her incredibly vulnerable.
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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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