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Halo Legends 2010 123movies

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Seven stories from the heart of the Halo universe.Feb. 16, 2010120 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A collection of seven stories from the Halo Universe created by Japan’s most creative minds. First up is “Origins” a two part episode showing the expansive history of the Halo Universe and the history of the 100,000 year long franchise timeline, told through the eyes of Cortana. Second comes “The Duel” Taking place long before the Human-Covenant War, it tells the story of an Arbiter, Fal ‘Chavamee, who refuses to accept the Covenant Religion. Taking a turn to the Spartan side of the story “Homecoming” focuses on the tragedies involving the Spartan-II recruitment in 2517, and the Spartans coming to terms with their origins. Taking a turn in tone comes “Odd One Out” a non-cannon parody of the Halo storyline. “Prototype” tells the story of a Marine who goes against his orders to destroy an advanced prototype armor and uses the suit to buy time for civilians evacuating from the planet. “The Babysitter” tales of the the rivalry between the Spartan-II Commandos and the Orbital Drop Shock Troopers as they’re sent to Covenant-controlled world to assassinate a Covenant Prophet. And finally “The Package” a two-part all CGI film follows Master Chief and an elite squad of Spartan-II super soldiers as they execute a top-secret mission to retrieve a highly valuable UNSC asset on a Covenant Assault Carrier.
Plot: The universe of the Halo video game series is expanded in seven short animated films from Japan’s greatest anime directors and studios.
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Overall Good, Room For Improvement
Halo Legends Review

Video Games are growing rapidly as a medium, and in turn the games are growing larger in their own respects. An example of one of these franchises is Halo. While to many it’s just a series of shooter games, it actually has a complex story arch and an incredibly vast universe. Halo Legends explores this aspect of the series through animated shorts. These shorts vary from more serious and dramatic pieces, to more light-hearted shorts. While there is certainly room for improvement, Halo Legends can certainly hold its own as a great staple of the Halo franchise. Each short is directed by a different director that is well known for their skill in animation. The project was led by Frank O’Connor, the creative head of the Halo Franchise. Some of the other directors include Shinji Aramaki, Hideki Futamura, Toshiyuki Kan’no, and Yasushi Muraki. The shorts feature many voice actors, including Josh Grelle, Greg Ayres, Luci Christian, and David Matranga.

Halo Legends allows the viewer to explore the expanse that is the Halo universe from multiple different perspectives. These perspectives vary from an Arbiter struggling with the conflict between his beliefs and the beliefs of his superiors, to a squad of ODSTs (Orbital Drop Shock Troopers) following a Spartan on a mission to take out a prophet.

None of these scenarios seem too far-fetched. They all feel at home in the Halo universe, and for the most part it seems as though the directors did their research. Having different directors for each short was the right call. It gives each short a distinctive voice, and makes each perspective feel unique. Something else that I enjoyed about the shorts were the animation styles. Each short has its own distinct style of animation, to help create the unique atmosphere of each short. The animation is beautiful in its own respect, but it also helps accomplish the goal of setting the atmosphere quite effectively. One short, The Duel, fell short in this. The animation itself was fine, but there was a filter over the whole short. This made the short look blurry, and it became annoying to watch after a while. A creative decision that I feel was intelligent was the decision to use the pre-existing Halo score instead of writing new music for the shorts. It helped make the shorts feel more at home in the Halo universe, and gives the viewers who are familiar with the Halo franchise a greater emotional response. That, and the Halo score is some of the greatest music ever written. An issue that I had with the film was how some of the directors ignored integral aspects of the Halo lore. I have previously stated that the directors did their research, which is a statement I stand by, but there were a few moments that left me puzzled. The most obvious examples of this are when certain characters interact that could never have been able to interact based off of the previously established lore.

All in all, Halo Legends is a great film. The directors took great care in producing stories that fit well into the Halo cannon, and it holds up as an animation regardless. That being said, there were some creative decisions that were detrimental to the overall quality of the film. While my opinion may be biased, I would give Halo Legends a solid 7.5/10.

Review By: maxxor-96991 Rating: 7 Date: 2017-05-04
For Halo fans only?
Watching this “movie” makes me wonder if its for Halo fans only. If you are unfamiliar with Halo, this movie will appear disjointed. If you are familiar with Halo but not a die hard fan (ie. like myself) you will find it rather dull, disjointed and disappointing.

The movie is a combination of 7 stories by different writers and directors. Hence the disjointed feel as it does not flow from beginning to end.

Part 1 – Origins; it explains the halo universe but IMO is a little too preachy about humanity’s penchant for war. Even though the intro into the Halo universe was good, the humanity and war angle has been done many many times in Japanese anime. The story line is also very very common in any superhero comics. Found it rather dull.

Part 2 – Duel; Interesting artwork. Take the Halo universe and transform it into the samurai era. reminded me of one of the episodes of Samurai Jack.

Part 3 – Homecoming; Explains the spartans. Story is flashback on how a spartan “escaped” when younger to get back to her family. Found it very interesting and they could probably create a full lenght feature with this story line. Japanese Anime style.

Part 4 – Odd One Out; All I can say is WTF?? How did an episode of Dragon Ball get in here. Basically this is Dragon ball with the same character designs, stupid dialogue and slapstick. Just replace Goku with a Spartan.

Part 5 – Prototype; very mech type action oriented. Looks like Gundam. Action is good but (me not being a halo fanatic) don’t see the connection with Halo other then the baddies.

Part 6 – The Babysitter; A throwback to the 80s style of anime like Robotech or Yamato. Felt like an episode of the shows I mentioned, even the ending. No bad.

Part 7 – The package; IMO the best of the parts. If the entire movie was like this I would give it a 10. Great CGI graphics and action scenes. This is the Halo im familiar with. Not much story (recover a package from the enemy fleet) but exciting.

While parts of the Halo legends are good and entertaining, as a whole it is disappointing and I admit that for the 1st few parts I was reading a book while watching and it took will power to not stop the movie partway through. Too disjointed and while the concept of different styles seems good, IMO in this case it took away from the flow.

Review By: mmushrm Rating: 5 Date: 2011-03-22

Other Information:

Original Title Halo: Legends
Release Date 2010-02-16
Release Year 2010

Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr (120 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 11000000
Status Released
Rated PG-13
Genre Animation, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Director Frank O’Connor, Shinji Aramaki, Hideki Futamura, Toshiyuki Kan’no, Tomoki Kyôda, Kôichi Mashimo, Yasushi Muraki, Daisuke Nishio, Mamoru Oshii, Kôji Sawai, Hiroshi Yamazaki, Keiichi Sugiyama(co-director), Takahiro Tanaka(co-director)
Writer Joseph Staten (game), Frank O’Connor (screenplay cooperation), Hiroshi Yamazaki (screenplay), Eiji Umehara (screenplay), Hiroyuki Kawasaki (screenplay), Daisuke Nishio (screenplay), Megumi Shimizu (screenplay), Dai Satô (screenplay), Ryan Morris (screenplay), Naruki Nagakawa (screenplay)
Actors Josh Grelle, Brittney Karbowski, Luci Christian, Greg Ayres
Country USA, Japan
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1)
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

Halo Legends 2010 123movies
Original title Halo: Legends
TMDb Rating 7.3 98 votes

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