#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The story focuses on the Holy Grail War and explores the relationship between Shirou Emiya and Sakura Matou, two teenagers participating in this conflict. The story continues immediately from Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel I. presage flower, following Shirou as he continues to participate in the Holy Grail War even after being eliminated as a master.
Plot: The Fifth Holy Grail War continues, and the ensuing chaos results in higher stakes for all participants. Shirou Emiya continues to participate in the war, aspiring to be a hero of justice who saves everyone. He sets out in search of the truth behind a mysterious dark shadow and its murder spree, determined to defeat it. Meanwhile, Shinji Matou sets his own plans into motion, threatening Shirou through his sister Sakura Matou. Shirou and Rin Tohsaka battle Shinji, hoping to relieve Sakura from the abuses of her brother. But the ugly truth of the Matou siblings begins to surface, and many dark secrets are exposed.
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If you’re already a fan…
I’ve been a fan of the Fate series for a long time. And these films somewhat rely on the viewers already having knowledge of the series as a whole in order to fully appreciate them. Like the first film, the animation is spectacular. Zero complaints there. The fights, when they happen, are flawless and a true spectacle to see. Where this film suffers though is the pacing. What should have been the climax of the movie ended up happening about halfway through, and the rest of it was a somewhat slow burn until the end credits. The Fate series is known for its Servant battles, but this one didn’t give us one to top off the third act like the first one did. Bottom line is, if you’re already a fan, you’ll enjoy this despite the pacing issues. Could have been better, (Unlimited Blade Works is still the superior rendition of the Stay Night routes so far in my opinion) but it was fun, investing, and left me wanting more.
Ufotable’s best work to date
This movie has something that Unlimited Blade Works unfortunately lacked which is to be a complete adaptation of the original material (not saying that UBW series was bad, it was still great but it could have been so much better). With Heaven’s Feel, it seems like Ufotable finally learnt it’s lesson, and the result, was an absolutely breathtaking movie…
In both Heaven’s Feel movies we have seen the best adaptation of the Emiya Shirou character, a man who takes the extreme decision to throw away the ideals that had ruled his entire life and all for the woman he loves, but of course, in typical Emiya fashion this is not just a decision driven by just pure love, Shirou’s past trauma is still inside him and what happened is that he simply remplaces his ideal of “becoming a superhero” with the objective of “protecting Sakura no matter what”. Still, his old ideals have not completely leave him and I love how the movie shows us his inner conflict. That was brilliant.
This movie also gives us a perfect adaptation of the Matou Sakura character and her brutal descent into madness, which is the 100% logical result after all pain and suffering she had to endure. There are two specific scenes in this movie that are not only brilliant in the representation of Sakura’s downfall but also are simple terrifying, it make my blood cold realizing just how twisted she has become.
Also, if you think Ufotable’s animation and art work couldn’t get any better, well… that fight…THAT FREAKING FIGHT between Saber and Berserk…. oh man… is going to take years for any other anime studio to be able to top this, only Ufotable itself will be able to top that scene in the last movie.
The soundtrack by Yuki Kajiura, as always, was fantastic.
Overall, before Lost Butterfly, Kara no Kyoukai part 5 was the best work of Ufotable. But Lost Butterfly has overthrown it, and is now (at least until the next movie comes out) the best work by this anime studio.
Original Language ja
Runtime 1 hr 57 min (117 min)
Genre Animation, Action, Adventure
Director Tomonori Sudô
Writer Kinoko Nasu
Actors Yu Asakawa, Michael Donovan, Melissa Fahn
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