# 16138 IMDb PG-13
Gekijô-ban hagane no renkinjutsushi: Shanbara wo yuku mono (2005)
(Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa)
The final battle lies in the hands of two brothers!
Director: Seiji Mizushima
Edward Elric, an alchemist from an alternate world, races to prevent the Thule Society from harnessing alchemy to wage war on his home.
Vic Mignogna (Edward Elric (voice)), Aaron Dismuke (Alphonse Elric (voice)), Jason Liebrecht (Alfons Heiderich (voice) (as E. Jason Liebrecht)), Kelly Manison (Dietlinde Eckhart (voice)), John Swasey (Karl Haushofer (voice)), Ed Blaylock (Fritz Lang (voice)), Leah Clark (Noah (voice)), Caitlin Glass (Winry Rockbell (voice)), Juli Erickson (Pinako Rockbell (voice)), Travis Willingham (Roy Mustang (voice)), Christopher Sabat (Alex Louis Armstrong (voice)), Jason Douglas (Rudolf Hess (voice)), Scott McNeil (Hohenheim (voice)), Sonny Strait (Officer Hughes (voice)), Lauren Nicole Goode (Gracia the Florist (voice) (as Lauren Goode)), John Gremillion (Huskisson (voice)), Colleen Clinkenbeard (Riza Hawkeye / Rose Thomas (voice)), Mike McFarland (Jean Havoc (voice)), Gwendolyn Lau (Sciezka (voice)), Christine M. Auten (Izumi Curtis / Additional Voices (voice) (as Christine Auten)), Bob Carter (Sig Curtis (voice)), Chris Cason (Gluttony (voice)), Wendy Powell (Envy (voice)), Luci Christian (Wrath (voice)), Kyle Hebert (Vato Falman (voice)), Monica Rial (Lyra (voice)), Kevin Connolly (Kain Fuery (voice) (as Kevin M. Connolly)), Meredith McCoy (Maria Ross (voice)), Jim Foronda (Denny Bloch (voice)), Troy Baker (Erik Jan Hanussen / Additional Voices (voice)), Jerry Jewell (Barry the Chopper (voice)), Greg Ayres (Bido (voice)), Jeremy Inman (Priest (voice)), John Burgmeier (Dorochet (voice)), Mark Lancaster (Additional Voices (voice)), Randy Tallman (Additional Voices (voice)), Anthony Bowling (Additional Voices (voice)), Dave Trosko (Additional Voices (voice)), Jerry Russell (Additional Voices (voice)), Precious Hill (Additional Voices (voice))...
Colleen Clinkenbeard (line producer: FUNimation (english version)), Justin Cook (producer: FUNimation (english version)), Gen Fukunaga (executive producer: FUNimation (english version)), Carly Hunter (producer: FUNimation (english version)), Hiroo Maruyama (producer), Seiji Takeda (producer: Mainichi)
This movie continues right where we left off from the final episode of FullMetal Alchemist. 2 years afterwards to be correct.
It's 1923 in Germany. Edward has made friends the Alphonse of the Real World, who is 19, tall, and a rocket builder. They're heading to a carnival and met up with some Gypsies. One of the gypsies is named Noah who can sense that Edward isn't from this world.
While the other Alphonse has accomplished more of his alchemy training. And is wearing the same outfit as his brother.
Little does Edward know is that the secret society that his dad's been involved with for sometime is planning an invasion in the Alchemy World.
You're unable to use alchemy in the real world so they wait for someone from the Alchemy to perform a transmutation circle that'll be a gateway between each worlds.
And when that happens it'll be a battle to the finish. The fate of both worlds are in the hands of the Elric Bros.
This movie features a lot of familiar characters from the series, including alter egos in the real world. Those who like the TV series might like this movie. It has action, suspense, and it ties up all the loose ends that were left off in the last episode.
I really liked this movie. Most people dislike it, due to the idea of the story or for containing several CG elements on hard to do animation sequences. It has the same animation and it was done by the same people who did the TV series. I think it's worth checking out for the die hard FMA fans. Those who aren't familiar with the TV series won't like it when you're not sure what is going on.
Plus the English dub does do the movie justice, thanks to Funimation people, who succeeded in bringing the TV show to the US.
The Thule Society mentioned in this movie really existed. It established the basics of the Nazi ideology, including the Nazi Flag and the myth of Aryan superiority. In its ranks, there were members from the top echelons of the 3rd Reich, including Rudolf Hess (who will make an appearance in this movie), Karl Hausshofer (who appeared in the last episode of the TV series), Alfred Rosenberg, and Adolf Hitler himself.
Gekijô-ban hagane no renkinjutsushi: Shanbara wo yuku mono ((original title)) • Fullmetal Alchemist the Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa (Australia; Canada (English title); France; Ireland (English title); New Zealand (English title); UK; USA; World-wide (English title)) • Fullmetal Alchemist - O Filme: O Conquistador de Shambala (Brazil) • Full Metal Alchemist: The Movie - Conqueror of Shambhala (Finland) • Fullmetal Alchemist - Der Film: Der Eroberer von Shamballa (Germany) • Fullmetal Alchemist - The Movie (Hungary) • Fullmetal Alchemist - The Movie: Il conquistatore di Shamballa (Italy (DVD title); Italy) • Gekijoban hagane no renkinjutsushi: Shamballa o yuku mono (Japan (alternative spelling)) • Стальной алхимик: Завоеватель Шамбалы (Russia) • Fullmetal Alchemist: La película - El conquistador de Shamballa (Spain)
Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence, some thematic material and brief nudity
Australia:M / Canada:PG / Canada:14+ / Finland:K-13 / Germany:16 / Hong Kong:IIA / Japan:G / New Zealand:M / Singapore:NC-16 / United Kingdom:12A / United States:PG-13
Aniplex, Bones, Dentsu, Mainichi Broadcasting System (MBS), Nippon Shuppan Hanbai (Nippan) K.K., SKY Perfect Broadcasting (as Pay Per View Japan), Shochiku, Square Enix Company, Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS)
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