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  • Actors: Ayako Kawasumi, Junichi Suwabe, Kana Ueda, Noriaki Sugiyama"
  • Directors: Yuji Yamaguchi
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Manga Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 30 Sept. 2013
  • Run Time: 105 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00CYMMT10
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 32,752 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Steel is my body... and fire is my blood

Having spent the last ten years of his life studying under a mysterious sorcerer, Shiro Emiya has become a Magi, a sorcerer who has summoned a "Servant," a mystical female warrior of incredible power named Saber, to stand together in the ultimate test of sorcery and magic: the Holy Grail War. But Shiro's own feelings for Saber may conflict with their goal.

To win the contest means to take the risk of losing everything, even as he also begins to empathize with members of the rival battleteams. While seven teams will enter the battle, only one will leave, and the winners will receive the prize of the Grail itself and their greatest wish granted. Will that wish be worth the price Shiro must ultimately pay?

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Format: Blu-ray
Fate/Stay Night Unlimited Blade Works is more than just a sequel to the original anime series, not only does it take us back to the familiar universe that fans will love, but it delves deeper into its history, uncovering a wealth of new back story unseen in the original series. Benefiting from the larger budget assigned to feature length releases, Unlimited Blade Works is an action packed epic that is animated to perfection, and should appeal to more than just fans of the series.
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If I was one of those die hard Fate fans, I would give this movie 5 stars. But, as a honest reviewer should, I need to point out the flaws. So, here goes:
This film adapts the "Unlimited Blade Works" route of the original Fate/Stay night visual novel, which details Shirou Emiya, our main character with the biggest "I wanna be a superhero" fantasy I have ever seen, as he gets involved in a bloody conflict called the Holy Grail War, a battle which involves seven magi, or mages, chosen to become the Masters of 7 Servants, the spirits of heroes past and future brought back to fight to the death over the Holy Grail (well, duh), a divine object that will grant any wish. Shirou, who can't really be called a magus due to the fact he was not trained by his father who died before he could, gets dragged into this after he accidentally summons the strongest Servant- the stoic, honourable, invisible blade wielding woman- Saber. After he is educated in what he has gotten himself into, he decides to fight to ensure the Grail does not fall into evil hands. He is joined by Rin Tohsaka, another Master with loads of experience as a Magus and a feisty attitude, and her Servant Archer, who takes a very cynical view on Shirou' s ideals to save everyone and dismisses them as the naive fantasies of a child. This film then follows the development that takes place between Shirou and Rin, and Archer' s connection to Shirou, which turns out to be very deep.....

Characters: Great and entertaining..... except Shirou. His "I want to save everyone" attitude and recklessness gets on my nerves, but he does get better as the film goes on.... but not enough to redeem himself. I loved Archer, his attitude, his design and his general "boss-ness". To quote an internet meme, I am GAR for Archer.
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The Holy Grail War is a violent contest that sees seven Magi summon a Servant, a powerful figure from myth and history, to fight against each other in order to win the wish granting Holy Grail. Shiro Emiya is an amateur Magus who stumbles upon the Holy Grail War, summons the Servant Saber and alongside fellow Magus Rin Tosaka and her servant Archer fights to win the Grail and protect as many people as he can.

In the original 'Fate/stay night' Visual Novel there are three routes to go down: 'Fate', 'Unlimited Blade Works' and 'Heaven's Feel'. The previous anime mostly followed the 'Fate' route with a few additions from the others whereas this movie, as the name suggests, follows the 'Unlimited Blade Works' route that puts more focus on the Servant Archer and his master Rin. I havenft played the original Light Novel so I cannot say how closely it follows the route but what I can say is that due to the focus on the fights and the length of the movie (less than two hours) the storyline does feel a little rushed and lacks somewhat in exposition in places meaning that it is helpful to have a little knowledge of the franchise before watching the film. This also means that some characters get a little short changed but that is only to be expected.

The English dub sees the majority of the cast from the previous anime return and give good performances that are probably slightly better than before. The only major change to the cast is that Michelle Ruff replaces Kate Higgins as the voice of Saber and although she does a relatively good job it I did find it a little weird. The soundtrack for the film is very good and includes a version of the famous track 'Emiya'.
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If you have the Fate Stay Night series then this is a slightly different view on that series in the end will Shiro be able to pay the price
or will he succeed in obtaining the grail.An excellent film and addition to the fate stay night series.
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Unlimited Blade Works is the second anime adaption of the Fate/Stay Night Visual Novel and this time instead of a full length series it opts for a movie. As a result much of the background is very quickly glossed over, this is a product for the fans and assumes you know most of the background already, not really all that friendly to the newcomer. The animation is solid, most of the English cast return with some notable exceptions and the music is just as good as the series.

I clearly love it so why not five stars. Well this is a double play which has both the DVD and Blu Ray but the extras are mysteriously only on the DVD. The extras themselves are basically a collection of trailers and TV spots, nothing really special or interesting which is the biggest disappointment. Newcomers to the Nasuverse should probably not start here. But if you are a fan it really doesn't matter what I say, you've already bought it.
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