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Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz Movie


Alternative Titles

English: Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Endless Waltz
Synonyms: Shin Kidou Senki Gundam W: Endless Waltz Gekijouban
Japanese: 新機動戦記ガンダムW エンドレス・ワルツ

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Aug 1, 1998
Producers: Bandai Visual
Studios: Sunrise
Source: Original
Duration: 1 hr. 34 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 7.961 (scored by 22,113 users)
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Ranked: #5762
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Popularity: #1338
Members: 33,592
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Synopsis

At the climax of the Eve Wars, on December 24 of the year AC 195, the armies of the World Nation and White Fang met in a ferocious battle. World Nation leader Treize Khushrenada was slain, White Fang leader Zechs Merquise disappeared, and Earth was saved from destruction by the intervention of the five Gundam pilots. Having witnessed the consequences of war and hatred, the people of Earth and the space colonies put aside their differences and together founded a new world government. Under this newly-formed Earth Sphere Unified Nation, a year has passed in peace. The government and the populace have disarmed themselves, and almost every remaining mobile suit has been destroyed. Deciding to follow suit, Gundam pilots Heero Yuy, Duo Maxwell, Trowa Barton, and Quatre Raberba Winner place their mighty mobile suits inside an asteroid and send them on a one-way voyage into the sun. But even as they bid their Gundams farewell, a new conflict is drawing near.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Yuy, Heero
Yuy, Heero
Main
Midorikawa, Hikaru
Japanese
Midorikawa, Hikaru
Maxwell, Duo
Maxwell, Duo
Main
Seki, Toshihiko
Japanese
Seki, Toshihiko
Barton, Trowa
Barton, Trowa
Main
Nakahara, Shigeru
Japanese
Nakahara, Shigeru
Winner, Quatre Raberba
Winner, Quatre Raberba
Main

Staff

Yatate, Hajime
Yatate, Hajime
Producer
Urakami, Yasuo
Urakami, Yasuo
Sound Director
Takayama, Minami
Takayama, Minami
Theme Song Performance
TWO-MIX
TWO-MIX
Theme Song Performance

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"White Reflection" By TWO-MIX

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"Last Impression" by TWO-MIX



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Goldeneyeuro
Aug 11, 2009
Now, Gundam Wing was a series I thoroughly enjoyed. Great characters who fit their roles perfectly, bang-on chemistry, and a brilliantly paced and thought-out story. However, I did take a bit of an issue with its art and animation, since the battle scenes lacked the fluidity and choreography I was used to. Reused frames and cheap explosions also dulled the experience. The foreground art was rather well done, but the lackluster backgrounds often left much to be desired. Ditto with the matte, blandish colors. I didn’t hang on this too much, because GW is rather old, and went with read more
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teamaster
Jan 30, 2016
Gundam Wing the TV series was full of confusion for me, and this compilation movie of 3 OVA episodes are a nice touch finish the series. It felt like it tried to fix the mess that the TV show made. Unfortunately the mess was too big sometimes since it lost way too much focus sometimes and the characters weren't utilized effectively for best storytelling.

This movie, however, revisited why the 5 Gundam pilots came to Earth in the first place, and explained some background of the characters and their settings. As a Trowa fan, I also loved the fanservice of his new circus costume (shirtless read more
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FAKEANIMEGIRL
Oct 9, 2015
I already have a review for the Gundam Wing series, and I'd suggest reading that first as my feelings towards it also reflect that of this movie for the most part. Endless Waltz is the sequel to the Gundam Wing TV series, and the greatest thing about it is that it could've easily felt forced as the original series ended on its own but instead it feels like a natural continuation and extended conclusion of the series.

This is surely for the better as it allows Gundam Wing to go out with a much greater bang. The initial scenario is nearly identical to that of the read more
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