Not the best tonequality, but its cool <3
Beautifull end <3 Most special movie i have ever seen. There also was a great meaning behind it.
This movie makes me want to see Fullmetal Alchemist again, both seasons. I am proud to say that I love anime and that this one is my favorite <3
Good movie. Still though, it would’ve been awesome to see something happen AFTER the FMAB series. Like, Ed and Winry’s kids learning alchemy, going on an adventure and savin’ the world – something like that. But all in all, this was a great movie. Loved it <3
i wonder if they are going to make a third series?
Ugh not what i expected. I read this was suppose to take place after the series? What ever happened to Ed’s alchemy gate? Can he transmute again? Does he get it back? Why is Al in the armor again? I mean yea, i loved this movie and the series dearly but, does the manga explain? I’m out of FMA to watch and, so confused…
God I loved this movie. Julia is like my favorite FMA girl after this. She was really epic after she swallowed the Philosopher’s Stone. The plot was great as well. One of the best anime movies I’ve ever seen.
the story of the movie is great, but WHY THE HELL IS THE ANIMATION SO TERRIBLE compared to the original series??????????
it looks like they have just used the lowest level of animation quality! i can almost compare the quality with the fight between Naruto and Pain! and that is TERRIBLE!!!!!!!
but i have to say that the movie is AWESOME!!!!! I LOVE it! ^_^
It was only at the beginning that the quality of the animation was bad
this is a “MUST-SEE-MOVIE” if you have seen everything of Fullmetal Alchemist :3
What a let down. I’ve watched, and loved both series of Fullmetal Alchemist and this… well, it can’t hold a candle to either of them. Maybe it’s not a bad movie in its own right, but nowhere near the kind of quality I’ve come to expect from the franchise. The essence of Fullmetal Alchemist wasn’t here- there were no moments where I stopped to laugh, nor to marvel at its beautifully crafted characters and story. A bland, unoriginal plot that seems to run on all of the series creativity and none of its own- you can tell that Hiromu Arakawa wasn’t involved in its creation.
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