- Directors: Noriyuki Abe
- Format: Animated, PAL
- Language: English, Japanese
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: 15
- Studio: Manga Home Entertainment (UK) Ltd
- DVD Release Date: 6 Sept. 2010
- Run Time: 88 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B003IN7YUA
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,968 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Bleach - The Movie - The Diamond Dust Rebellion [DVD]
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When a caravan transporting the Kings Seal is attacked, Toshiro Hitsugaya and Squad 10 are on the ready. As they prepare to protect the treasure that holds immeasurable power, Hitsugaya suddenly abandons the scene alongside the thieves and becomes one of the accused. In response, the Soul Society calls for his capture and execution. Upon hearing the edict, Substitute Soul Reaper Ichigo Kurosaki is immediately suspicious and determined to uncover the facts. But when Hitsugaya refuses to defend his actions and fights against his comrades, it seems his fate is all but sealed. Can Ichigo uncover Hitsugaya s motives before they destroy his honor, his life, and the Soul Society?
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And he even got his own movie: "Bleach Movie 2: The Diamond Dust Rebellion," a beautifully animated anime that takes the ice-slinging child genius into an encounter with his own past (along with Ichigo and the others, of course). It has some basic canon flaws (since when can Ichigo fly?) but the storyline and animation are truly lovely.
While the King's Seal is being transported, the procession is attacked and robbed -- and Hitsugaya unexpectedly takes off. Being an old fart who loves to blame people, Yamamoto puts the entire division under house arrest.
Meanwhile, Ichigo shelters an exhausted, badly-injured Hitsugaya -- only to have the boy-captain run away after one night, after muttering something about "Kusaka." His friends start sniffing around for evidence of this Kusaka, while the wounded Hitsugaya is tottering around Karakura -- and an execution order has been put on his head.
Then Captain Kyoraku is nearly killed by Hyorinmaru, at the same time that Hitsugaya was fighting Kira and Hisagi. During a battle with the mysterious Kusaka, Ichigo realizes who he is and why the Soul Society tried to kill him -- and how much power the Seal his given him. Now Hitsugaya is determined to stop Kusaka, but Ichigo is determined that he won't be the only one to fight...
Perhaps the biggest problem with "The Diamond Dust Rebellion" is that it plays fast-and-loose with some of "Bleach's" canon, such as the idea that two people can have the same zanpakuto's spirit.Read more ›
This movie follows the past of squad 10's captain Toshiro Hitsugaya as he is carrying out a routine duty when his squad is attacked by an unknown enemy but this enemy as a power that shouldnt even be able to exist and as a result of this unknowns power Toshiro Hitsugaya abandons his post and pursues the enemy against the orders of the head captain and so he is branded a traitor and is chased by the Soul Reapers. Will Toshiro be able to find this unknown enemy and settle things once and for all or will he forever be known as a traitor to the Soul Soceity?
This movie's story and adventure is something that no Bleach fan will want to miss out on or even miss a single scond of this amazing story as you will glued to your seat and not want to leave or even turn it off.
This movie has amazing voice acting as you will want to watch this movie in both the english dub and the original japanese with subtitles.
I would recommend this movie to any hardcore Bleach fan or beginning Bleach fan but i will warn you now that if you have not yet watched the second series of Bleach that you do not watch this until after you watched tht series as you might be confused or be spoilt by the cast fo characters and their abilities.
i give this movie a 5/5 and recommend this film to anyone who is an anime watcher or bleach fan so buy this film today and support the anime industry and the world of Bleach!
The movie it's self was a bit lack luster for me, it felt like an episode that had dragged on a little bit to long but there's some nice cameo's in this one and we get to know a little more about Toshiro's past which is a nice plus. I wouldn't recommend the film for introducing people to the Bleach universe but for a fan of the manga/anime it's worth a watch. the movie score is what you'd expect from Bleach and the animation is great, they didn't drop the ball on that aspect. I just think more could have been done with the story lien and pacing of the movie.
While defiantly not as good as the previous Bleach movie `Memories of Nobody', this film is still greatly entertaining with some good fights and a good look into Hitsugaya's past. The film does have some continuity errors with the series proper but I will generally overlook these, as the story was still quite interesting and some great battle scenes. The voice acting for the English dub is probably on a par with that of the series itself but the animation is very good and in places is far superior to that used in the main anime.
Overall, I think this was a very enjoyable film and well worth four stars although I am sure that fans of Captain Hitsugaya will mark it higher and those who dislike him will give it far less.