Final fantasy VII

Final fantasy VII

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DVD - 2005 | Japanese
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Cloud Strife struggles with his past, and decides to live a solitary life, in a peaceful town with orphans. Then one ordinary day, Cloud recieves a phone call for a job asking protection from a mysterious man named Kadaj.
Publisher: [United States] : Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, [2005]
Edition: Special ed
ISBN: 9781404991019
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (101 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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ArapahoeGary Mar 11, 2017

This is a movie for fans. It is a stand alone, and while I think it could be entertaining enough without context, this movie very much was aimed at the fans, and in that capacity it does a fine job. The animation is gorgeous, the fight scene's and choreography are incredible to watch, and it's just a fun, enjoyable time. And while the script is somewhat weak I think the positives above make up for it in the end.

If you like Final Fantasy, or just well made CG films, this is one to give a peek. It's not the most amazing movie put to film, but it's a good time, and that's all I ask.

Jul 10, 2014

When it came to its fantastic CG animation, I thought that FF7's attention to detail was ridiculous to the extreme.

The fact that I could literally count (if I really wanted to) every single hair on the heads of every character didn't interest me at all. It only distracted my concentration away from the story and this, in turn, began to annoy me like you wouldn't believe.

Not only that, but, I really began to resent the fact that not one of the main characters in the story seemed to be over the age of 17. And, what's worse, I couldn't tell the males from the females. It was only when one of them actually spoke that I realized "she" was in reality just another frail-looking pretty-boy.

On top of that, I also had a lot of trouble trying to distinguish the bad guys from the heroes. From where I was sitting, they all appeared to me to be a cloned bunch of belligerent, confrontational delinquents with pretty hair.

Like a non-interactive video game, FF7 was just a sheer overload of non-stop violence where the characters were all quite capable of performing one gravity-defying stunt after another.

And, finally - Far too often this film's violence (which seemed to entail no blood-letting) was shot at rapid-fire speed from multiple angles. At first this fast-paced approach was something of a novelty, but, before long, its overall effect left me with the "dizzies".


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