Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete

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Synonyms: Final Fantasy 7: Advent Children Complete
Japanese: ファイナルファンタジーVII アドベントチルドレンコンプリート
German: Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children
Spanish: Final Fantasy VII Advent Children
French: Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children
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Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 16, 2009
Producers: Square Enix
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Game
Genres: ActionAction, FantasyFantasy
Theme: Super PowerSuper Power
Duration: 2 hr. 6 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 7.911 (scored by 8173381,733 users)
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Ranked: #7242
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Popularity: #1626
Members: 130,309
Favorites: 758

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Synopsis

Two years after saving the world from a cataclysmic event, the members of the activist organization Avalanche have gone their separate ways. Tifa Lockhart opens a new bar, and her childhood friend Cloud Strife starts up a motorcycle-based courier service. Although most of their former allies have fallen out of touch, Cloud and Tifa live in fragile peace with their two young wards Marlene and Denzel.

Their life together begins to crumble as a contagious plague and overwhelming grief pull Cloud away from his newfound family. While distancing himself through his work, Cloud is attacked by three silver-haired figures in black uniforms who bear a passing resemblance to his bitter rival, Sephiroth. As the antagonistic trio stalks Cloud and brings harm to his loved ones, the former mercenary struggles against his own demons while fighting to protect his family and prevent the will of Sephiroth from returning to the planet.

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Background

Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete is the director's cut of the 2005 film and was first announced at the 2006 Tokyo Game Show. Two versions of the film were released in Japan on April 16, 2009, with one edition releasing with a demo of the upcoming Final Fantasy game Final Fantasy XIII. It was later released in the US on June 2, 2009 and in the UK on July 27, 2009.

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Staff

Nozue, Takeshi
Co-Director
Way, Gerard
Theme Song Lyrics, Theme Song Performance, Theme Song Composition
Uematsu, Nobuo
Music
Nomura, Tetsuya
Original Character Design, Animation Director


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Ending Theme

"Safe and Sound" by Kyosuke Himuro & Gerard Way




Reviews

Apr 29, 2009
Most people probably remember back in the day when the original Final Fantasy Advent Children (FFAC) movie came out and they watched it. Animation was superb but it just didn't piece together like it should have. Heaps of holes throughout the movie made it hard for non-die-hard fans to enjoy the movie.

Final Fantasy Advent Children Complete (FFACC) is like its title says: "Complete". This movie is what the original should have been.

-STORY- 8/10
Well the story is pretty much the same as the original. However is it by far superior as most major holes have finally been filled. Instead of characters just appearing somewhere, the movie ...
Apr 20, 2015
Mixed Feelings
Oh Final Fantasy VII... how you fill me with despair. You know, I really do like Final Fantasy VII. Crisis Core was my first taste of Final Fantasy in general and I still adore it to this day, I had a lot of fun playing through the original PS1 game and I still enjoy playing it every now and then, I loved watching Advent Children with my buddies back in middle school, scouring the Final Fantasy wikia for plot information on all these obscure OVAs and games I could never watch or play because I was too stupid to look them up online, and all ...
Jul 30, 2016
The Lifestream is the name we call the living flow of energy that courses throughout the planet. It flows through every living thing, from the tiniest ant to the tallest tree, and even through people like you and me. When a person is born, they come from the Lifestream... And when people die, their souls return to it. Unfortunately, as it turns out, the Lifestream can also be harvested. The Shinra Company, the people who first discovered this, found a way to convert it into Mako energy. It powered our technology, lit our lights, and made our lives comfortable, ...

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