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Not bad at all….
Wow, I guess there is SOME hope for video game adaptations. While not a direct translation of the Final Fantasy video game franchise, it is written by the series creator, whose name I cannot remember. On top of that, his video game company branched off into a film company (Square Pictures) just to go and make this movie. At least one can’t complain about the handling of the material.
But the big question here is: Do these guys know anything about film-making? Maybe. Maybe not. Truth be told, they don’t need to. The beauty of this movie is that it does something new. It blends the world of video game technology and storytelling with the art of film-making. It cuts corners on film-making, but its uniqueness makes up for it. I will admit that I’m a gamer, so I appreciate what was attempted here. What we get out of this movie is an impressive display of what animators and video game technology can do together. I know there are other CGI movies out there, but, unless I am mistaken, they have all followed the over-the-top cartoony path. This is where Final Fantasy stands out. The animation is swelling with reality. From a technical standpoint, this is a gem, and a reason at the least to give it a rent.
The storyline is subject to much scrutiny though. It’s not for everybody. This IS a film of Japanese origin, so anime fans will be right at home with it. For the mainstream audience, however, that remains to be decided. Although the script was revised to suit North American localization (and done very well might I add), it still is very Japanese in style, albeit with a bit less surrealism. It’s fast-paced and a bit abstract at times, but it is coherent.
In the end, I would say that one should rent this just to see the technological achievement at the least. It’s safe to say that all would agree with that point. Depending on the person, you may get into the storyline as well. Either way, you’ll walk away with at least part of you satisfied.
I feel that this movie is very underrated. Maybe it’s just because not a lot of people are used to the Japanese way of story telling. I am a fan of the game, and a video-game fanatic. The story line in this movie is very familiar to me. Though this movie is targeted for the mainstream audience, I think that this movie deserves better, than the scores most critics gave it (thinking as a normal person, who doesn’t play video-games much). Of course most people see the beauty in this movie in the CGI (computer generated imagery, to those who don’t know). But some people don’t notice the heavy story-line, which is quite hidden, due to the fact that the script is not very top-notch. The story line is mainly focused on the “saving the earth thing”. But a hidden story (or maybe a moral, of some sort), is in here. It’s the story of love, death, friendship… A lot of Japanese games and sometimes even movies have these “side stories” in them.
To tell the person reading this comment, I feel that this movie is excellent, not only because of the graphics, but also the well-done story in here (it could be heavy to some people). The script isn’t very good. Sometimes animation seems awkward, and the lips sometimes don’t sync with the words. But another than these minor grips, I would give this movie a well deserved 9.0 over 10 (my opinion, OK guys?) Thank You
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 46 min (106 min)
Genre Animation, Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Romance, Sci-Fi
Director Hironobu Sakaguchi, Motonori Sakakibara(co-director)
Writer Hironobu Sakaguchi (story), Al Reinert, Jeff Vintar, Jack Fletcher (additional dialogue), Bruce B.L. Jurgens (Story Editor), Ramin Mebdy (Farsi adaptation)
Actors Ming-Na Wen, Alec Baldwin, Ving Rhames, Steve Buscemi
Country USA, Japan
Awards 3 wins & 11 nominations.
Production Company Chris Lee Productions, Square Company
Sound Mix DTS (Digital DTS Sound), Dolby, SDDS (8 channels)
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Laboratory Consolidated Film Industries (CFI), Hollywood (CA), USA (film processing), DeLuxe, USA
Film Length 2,960 m (Spain)
Negative Format Digital
Cinematographic Process Digital
Printed Film Format 35 mm, Digital (Texas Instruments DLP 1280 x 1024, 1.5 : 1 anamorphic)