Final Fantasy VII - Advent Children (2005) Movie Review

Final Fantasy VII - Advent Children (2005)

2005 | PG-13 | Thriller, Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, Animation
101 minutes /

User Score: 71/100

Synopsis:

An ex-mercenary is forced out of isolation when three mysterious men kidnap and brainwash the city's children afflicted with the Geostigma disease.

Final Fantasy VII - Advent Children Review

FINAL FANTASY VII: Advent Children continues the game’s storyline in this CG-animated film, featuring non-stop action and exciting visual effects.  Two years have passed since the ruins of Midgar stand as a testament to the sacrifices made in order to bring peace.  However, the world will soon face a new menace.  A mysterious illness is spreading fast.  Old enemies are astir.  And Cloud (Burton), who walked away from the life of a hero to live in solitude, must step forward yet again…

Backed by a full team of video game extraordinaires, the film was directed by Tetsuya Nomura and Takeshi Nozue, written by Kazushige Nojima and produced by Shinji Hashimoto and Yoshinori Kitase.


About Final Fantasy VII - Advent Children (2005)

Title: Final Fantasy VII - Advent Children
AKA: Fainaru Fantajî Sebun Adobento Chirudoren
Year: 2005
Runtime: 101 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Thriller, Sci-Fi, Action, Fantasy, Adventure, Animation
Reviewer:
Score: 2 / 5 stars
Published:
Avg. Rating: 3.55/5 stars from 7 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 7
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Starring: Steve Blum, Fred Tatasciore, Beau Billingslea, Rick Gomez, Steve Staley, Dave Wittenberg, Jonny Rees, Michelle Ruff, Greg Ellis, Wendee Lee, Mena Suvari, Keiji Fujiwara, Christy Carlson Romano, Crispin Freeman, Takahiro Sakurai, Banjô Ginga, Maaya Sakamoto, Mary Mouser, Rachael Leigh Cook, Yûji Kishi, Toshiyuki Morikawa, George Newbern, Chris Edgerly, Benjamin Bryan, Jamieson Price, Liam O'Brien, Taiten Kusunoki, Ken'ichi Suzumura, Andrea Bowen, Kenji Nomura
Writers: Kazushige Nojima
Director: Tetsuya Nomura, Takeshi Nozue

Final Fantasy VII - Advent Children Cover Poster Art

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