Fullmetal Alchemist: The Conqueror of Shamballa

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Overview

Two brothers trapped in different worlds struggle to unlock the secrets that will bring them back together in this feature-length entry into the Full Metal Alchemist saga. The year is 1923, and the burgeoning Nazi party is slowly gaining a foothold in German politics. It's been two long years since Edward Elric's bold sacrifice found him thrust into the unfamiliar Earth realm, and as he continues to research rocketry in Munich alongside fellow researcher Alphons Heiderich -- a scientist who strangely resembles ...
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Overview

Two brothers trapped in different worlds struggle to unlock the secrets that will bring them back together in this feature-length entry into the Full Metal Alchemist saga. The year is 1923, and the burgeoning Nazi party is slowly gaining a foothold in German politics. It's been two long years since Edward Elric's bold sacrifice found him thrust into the unfamiliar Earth realm, and as he continues to research rocketry in Munich alongside fellow researcher Alphons Heiderich -- a scientist who strangely resembles Ed's long-lost brother Al -- the slow progress leaves the discouraged Ed wondering if he'll ever see his brother again. But you never know what the future holds, and when Ed saves a psychic Gypsy girl, he quickly finds himself immersed in a plot by the mysterious Thule Society and the rising Nazi Party that threatens to thrust both Earth and his home planet into a horrible war. Little does Ed know that back on his home planet, his brother Al has been conducting a series of experiments in alchemy and mastering incredible powers in hopes of locating his desperate sibling. Though the combined forces of alchemy and science may indeed yield enough power to bring the brothers back together, the chaos that could follow threatens to cause more bloodshed than either Ed or Al ever imagined.
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Special Features

"The Making of Fullmetal Alchemist-the movie"-40 minute documentary with director Seiji Mizushima and staff; Japanese theatrical and tv trailers; Production art; Image gallery; Talk session with Seiji Mizushima, Romi Park, Kie Kugimiya, and Toru Okawa; Japanese actor commentary; Japanese staff commentary; US actor commentary; trailers
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/17/2009
  • UPC: 704400081514
  • Original Release: 2005
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  • Source: Funimation Prod
  • Region Code: AB
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Time: 1:44:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 28,677

Cast & Crew

Technical Credits
Seiji Mizushima Director
Sho Aikawa Original Story, Screenwriter
Souichi Akiyama Producer
Shinji Aramaki Production Designer
Justin Cook Producer
Gen Fukunaga Executive Producer
Susumu Fukushi Cinematographer
Fumiaki Furuya Producer
Carly Hunter Producer
Kunikatsu Kondo Producer
Masahiko Minami Producer
Kazuo Ogura Art Director
Ryuichi Okumura Producer
Michiru Oshima Score Composer
Ichiro Seki Producer
Shigekazu Takeuchi Producer
Fumio Tanaka Producer
Youichi Wada Producer
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating 4.5
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Fullmetal Alchemist The Movie

    After the events of the TV series we find the brothers trying to contact one another after being separated and thus must stop a plot with help from characters from the past and new ones are introduced.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Great Finish!!

    For all Fullmetal Alchemist fans and just plain anime fans this movie is a long waited for movie! This movie was a great end to the show! In the movie you get a look at what life is like for edward elric on the other side of the gate(which where we are) and how he's been cooping with his new life. You meet Alphonze(not his brother) who takes ed in and ed helps Alphonze with his rocket building. Then later in the movie the gate is reopened by the unknown help of ed. And the army from out side of the gate is trying to invade "shambala" to find it's secrets so that Hitler can take over the world. And on Al's (ed's brother) side of the gate Al is looking for ed because he lost his memory when he got his body back. And Al figures out how to open the gate to get Ed back. Then the 2 worlds clash for a finally battle for the gate. Then you'll have to figure out what happens next for yourself. So obviously you can tell I like this movie a lot a lot! So I recommend this movie to anyone who has atleast seen the last episodes of Fullmetal Alchemist because you wouldn't understand it if you didn't!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I Love It!!

    I love this show! i can't belive that i found this show! i can't stop thinking about it! and i am willing to spend over $400 to get them all! My Dad belives that i shouldn't but i wont lisen to him because i like them so muck and I don't have a job so i have to use my christmas, birth day, and alounce just to pay for them but it will be worth it!!

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