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Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood - Part Five

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Studio: Funimation! Unidisc
  • Release Date: Aug. 2 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004W75BTM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #41,485 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Director Yasuhiro Irie and his artists pull out all the stops as Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood comes to its appropriately dramatic and moving conclusion. The Elric Brothers and their allies--Von Hohenheim, Roy Mustang, Scar, Izumi, the Armstrongs, May Chang, and Ling Yao/Greed--strive to thwart the machinations of the "father" of the Homunculi and his remaining minions: Pride, Wrath, Sloth, Envy, and the zombies of the Mannequin Army. During the solar eclipse on the Promised Day, Father plans to usurp the power of God. Can even the most skilled alchemists stop him? The climactic battles are as wrenching as they are spectacular: some of the fight scenes feature flashy CG effects that rival Hideaki Anno's newer Evangelion movies. But the emotional impact overshadows the visuals, as each of the main characters rises to the challenges they face. Edward and Alphonse discover just how much they're willing to sacrifice for each other. Mustang avenges Colonel Hughes's death and destroys Envy, but Ed and Lieutenant Hawkeye make him realize that his quest for vengeance threatens to destroy him. The initial Fullmetal Alchemist series, which was completed before manga artist Hiromu Arakawa had envisioned her story's outcome, ended with the setup for the feature The Conqueror of Shambala. Brotherhood, which closely follows the plot of the manga, reaches a much more satisfying and definitive conclusion. Saying good-bye to two of the most beloved characters in anime history may be the price viewers pay for an appropriate ending to their story--and an example of equivalent exchange. Although the adventures of Edward and Alphonse Elric seem to have ended, a new feature, Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos, opened in Japan in July 2011. (Rated TV 14: violence, grotesque imagery, brief nudity, tobacco use) --Charles Solomon

(53. Flame of Vengeance, 54. Beyond the Inferno, 55. The Adults' Way of Life, 56. The Return of the Fuhrer, 57. Eternal Leave, 58. Sacrifices, 59. Lost Light, 60. Eye of Heaven, Gateway of Earth, 61. He Who Would Swallow God, 62. A Fierce Counterattack, 63. The Other Side of the Gateway, 64. Journey's End)

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By Joshua, Gabriel, Sohn on March 8 2013
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Best ending to a anime one of the best series in general love it this one is a definite buy
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By Judith Portelance on Dec 5 2014
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Best. Anime. Ever. 'Nuff said.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Some many plot twists and turns and revelations... but it's worth it! Feb. 7 2012
By Lesley Aeschliman - Published on
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Part Five is a two-disc set that contains the final twelve episodes of the series. These final episodes are filled with many revelations, plot twists and turns that leave the viewer sitting on the edge of their seat waiting to find out what happens next. I have to admit that I was a little worried about the story being stretched out and slowing down in order to cover twelve episodes. However, I'm happy to say that all twelve episodes were needed to finish the story, and there's not a boring moment in this set.

There are no bonus features included on the first disc of this set. However, there are six extras included on the second disc. The first extra is a commentary for episode sixty-four ("Journey's End"). The next feature is labeled as "Outtakes." This feature opens with an introduction from the ADR director for the English dub, and he explains that this feature is comprised of actual dubbing errors and some humor from when the cast was goofing off in the studio. He also gives a warning that there is some "adult language" included in this feature, which ends up running for about seven-and-a-half minutes. Personally, I found this feature to be rather amusing.

Next is "Textless Opening Song," which is a textless version of the opening credits that appears on this set. Next is "Textless Closing Song," which is a textless version of the main ending credits that appears on this set. There is also "Textless Closing Song #2," which is a textless version of the ending credits that appear at the end of the final episode of the series. The final extra on the disc is trailers.

I overall found this to be a satisfying ending for the series, and I would recommend this release to anyone who is a fan of Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.

I wrote a review of this DVD set after checking out a copy through the King County Library System.
19 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Fitting Ending to a Instant Classic May 17 2011
By suburban dissident - Published on
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Part Five brings the FMA Brotherhood series to a dramatic close. With the stage set, all your favorite characters engage in an epic chess match, trying to outwit the mastermind behind an evil plot that threatens everyone. As the story races to a close, so do the numerous character arcs. The fight scenes in this last segment are intense and engrossing as each character decides how they can give their all to save their friends. sound a little vague? I'm trying not to spoil the fun. if you have watched up to this point, you will love this last installment.

The final enemy's grab for power and the scenes that compose it are a little crazy (more than a little hint of some Evangelion scenes mixed in to boot), but the way Ed and Al resolve their fate was both clever and moving.

By this point, the differences between the two series are more than apparent, but one thing i will say is that, where the first anime series has a more dramatic - and maybe more poetic - climax, Brotherhood ends in a more satisfying way. Across the board of fantastic characters, there are few loose strings left lying around. I love this series. if you like anime, and if you have been following the story, this last chapter is more than worth it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The Stunning Conclusion At Last March 15 2012
By Kurasshu - Published on
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There are many things I'd love to say about this last box set. Unfortunately I can't because I don't want to spoil anything for people that haven't seen it.

This last set was a thrill ride from beginning to end. The last 12 episodes gripped my attention so effectively that I finished this in one night. During this last set, the story's climax starts, there are at least 4 different battles going on at the same time, and still has that staggering effect on your heartstrings.

The fight scenes are among the best I've seen in anime for quite some time. They are very fluid, and eye-popping at some points. You'll even find yourself looking for small details when they're fighting because of which hero and villian is fighting. Also, the story telling in this anime, if you've gotten this far, you'll know already that it grips your attention. It's got something for every audience: drama, a subtle love story, action, martial arts, stunning visuals, comedy, and lovable characters that you'll love and hate depending on whom your talking about. Your empathy will kick in for the characters at the end and I'm sure that, for some of you, you will need a box of tissues handy for those tender moments.

If you've followed the series up to boxset 4, buy box 5 immediately. Arakawa Hiromu, BONES, and Funimation do not disappoint. Also the extras on the 2nd DVD are so worth it. There are outtakes. I know what you're thinking: "Anime outtakes? How does that happen?" The voice actors are being silly and just add in lines that are situational or they just plain forgot their lines and just addlibbed. My sides hurt after watching this. (Warning for parents though: it's got some pretty strong language in it, just so you're aware.)

Have fun with this last part of the series, and keep on the lookout for the final part of the Fullmetal Saga: Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: The Sacred Star of Milos.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Best anime of the decade Sept. 15 2011
By Fdehoyos - Published on
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Very well made, an excellent story. One the best animes of the century because it has it all, comedy, drama, action, a lot of action and action.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great Finale And More Upbeat Conclusion For Some Of Our Beloved Characters Aug. 1 2011
By Rich(アニメとゲームが優先!!) - Published on
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With these final episodes we conclude the Full Metal Alchemist series with a more endearing and more positive conclusion for our endearing characters I truly wished for with the previous season a few years ago. The series will show us the final trials of the Elric brothers as we see them fight the enigma known as "Father" and his malicious schemes that he has concocted for centuries, as well we get to see the vast array of characters who have their own personal grudges and scores to settle with. The characters are incredible from start to finish as well as the story for the series which has a vast variety of emotional scopes and genres in the series Action/Drama/Romance/Angst/Humor/Tragedy and of course joy as you see the accomplishments and the perils that our beloved characters face to see their job done. The animation and soundtrack are done well and match each other perfectly and of course a great cast of actors/actresses for both the subbed and dubbed who did a terrific performance in their roles. If I have one sad complaint it's just that now we won't see anymore new stories of our characters who we rooted for from start to finish though there is a new movie coming out so that is a bright side to this. So for any fan of the series both the previous release we had a few years ago and this new incredible release or if your just looking for an incredible series for your anime collection than look no farther because this one ranks as one of the top series to get....