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  • Actors: Rie Kugimiya, Toshiyuki Morikawa, Romi Park
  • Directors: Kazuya Murata
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Manga Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 3 Sept. 2012
  • Run Time: 110 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007R39R8O
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 95,693 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


After a mysterious prisoner with only a few weeks left on his sentence breaks out of prison in Central City, the Elric brothers attempt to track him down. The search leads them to Table City in the southwestern country of Creta, where Alphonse rescues a young alchemist named Julia from the very man they are trying to capture. In the thick of the fight, they literally tumble into Julia's home turf, the slums of Milos Valley, and are embroiled in the grassroots rebellion of her people.

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. N. C. Jay on 18 Sept. 2012
Format: DVD
I spoil slightly in my reviews often, so that's the warning, kiddies. Let's begin!

This is, more or less, a two hour movie that's connected loosely to the anime series Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, the more manga-centric version of the original story by Hiromu Arakawa. It's a two-disc set, with the first disc having the movie (with either English or Japanese voices)and a US Cast Commentary that features some of the major characters from Brotherhood. I'll get back to the commentary in a bit.

The film is set around episode 20 in the series, after Ed and Al have learned that a Philosopher's Stone requires multiple human lives to be sacrificed to give it the power it uses for alchemy, and also after both Roy Mustang and Lt Havoc have been injured in an extreme battle. After a large explosion smashes several windows in the room where they are, Ed and Al end up running to encounter an escaped prisoner, who just happens to be an alchemist using a form of transmutation circles neither brother recognizes. After uncovering a lead, they head to Table City, an unusual town just inside Cretan territory (Creta being the country to the west of Amestris and often sparking hostile confrontations with each other). The prisoner seems to be trying to find a sixteen year old girl known as Julia Crichton, but after the Elric Brothers encounter a wolf chimera, Cretan spies, and the fugitive, their train crashes into the station at Table City.

It's action packed, and the art style is markedly different to either Brotherhood or the first Fullmetal Alchemist series. Table City has three groups wanting to control it: the Amestrians, who currently do, the Cretans, and the Milosians, who previously held that land for nearly four thousand years.
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As a big fan of the original FMA series and the Brotherhood reboot, I was very excited to have this film waiting for me to watch once I had finished both series. Therefore, I was hugely disappointed to discover that the Sacred Star of Milos does not pick up where the Brotherhood series left off - with Ed and Al on separate adventures across the land. Rather, it goes back to a random and insignificant time, before both brothers recover their bodies and when the threat of the Homunculi seems to have remarkably disappeared. Consequently, there are several scenes in which Ed and Al explain to new characters about their quest to recover their bodies, which are rendered completely pointless, uninteresting and a waste of time because we have already seen them achieve this in the penultimate episode of the Brotherhood series!

Sometimes, it is very hard to understand how other reviewers can be so upbeat and praising of something that really doesn't deserve it. For example, despite what others have said, I thought the visuals - or more to the point, the animation - was dreadful! Usually, these feature films are given slicker animation than the TV series, but everything in the Sacred Star of Milos looks like a terrible step down from the Brotherhood series. The animation is really cheap and ugly - most noticeably that of the Elric brothers. Example: we're used to seeing lots of close-ups of Ed's hands and face - which are usually drawn so gracefully - but in this movie, the lines are all squiggly, wonky and badly proportioned. Usually, whenever Al becomes embarrassed, his body suddenly changes shape and becomes quite round; however, when it happens in this movie, he looks like he was drawn by a five-year-old!

As for the story of The Sacred Star of Milos, that was equally disappointing.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Shishya on 13 Sept. 2012
Format: DVD
Ok, 1st things 1st. The movie, even though it is the second movie in the FMA series, is not a sequel to the first. The movie is based in the FMA Universe, somewhere in the middle of the series.

So the brothers have found out about the horrible secret of the philosophers stone, and are looking for other ways to get their bodies back. Al is still in his metal armor. Most of the characters are new, as the story is based on a different country not touched upon much in the original series.

A thief breaks out of prison, 2 months before he was supposed to be released. And surprisingly, they find he was a powerful alchemist. So why did he say in the prison so long, and why escape now?

The Elric brothers trace the Alchemist to the borders of Creta, a country Amestris is at war at. Between the borders of the two countries is a huge ditch, and the original people of the land, Milos, live there. They have been mistreated by both sides.

They want to kick both Amestris and Crete off their land. The brothers get involved in all this, and soon a war is about to break out. And then they find the Milosians are about to make their own philosophers stone, and they try to stop them before thousands of people are killed for it.

1st impressions- the visuals in the movie are stunning. The story is good too. There is a slight suspense in the end.

I really liked it. If you liked the Brotherhood reboot, and wanted more, this is a good movie. Next, I would like to see a movie about what happens at the end of the Brotherhood series.
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