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Bleach Movie 3: Fade to Black - Kimi no Na wo Yobu


Alternative Titles

English: Bleach the Movie: Fade to Black
Synonyms: Fade to Black: Call Out Your Name
Japanese: 劇場版 BLEACH Fade to Black 君の名を呼ぶ

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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Dec 13, 2008
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: Viz Media
Studios: Studio Pierrot
Source: Manga
Duration: 1 hr. 34 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 7.651 (scored by 81,841 users)
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Ranked: #11762
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Popularity: #477
Members: 129,361
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Synopsis

After a mysterious pair attack Rukia Kuchiki and erase her memories while she is in Seireitei, Ichigo Kurosaki, a substitute Soul Reaper, briefly forgets Rukia, until he is reminded of her by Kon, an Underpod Mod-Soul. Confused, he seeks his town's candy-shop owner, Kisuke Urahara, who opens the pathway to Seireitei for them. Ichigo is then shocked to find that his allies in Seireitei, the Shinigami of the Soul Society, have forgotten him.

Filled with action, Kimi no Na wo Yobu follows Ichigo and Kon as they fight against their former comrades while searching for the missing Rukia and discovering her assailants before they strike again.

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Abe, Noriyuki
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Kubo, Tite
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Sagisu, Shiro
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Oct 4, 2009
Archaeon (All reviews)
Cliched? Overbearing? Far too full of machismo? Has more plot holes than a colander?

I must be talking about Bleach.

The one thing that has always bugged me about most of the long running shounen anime is how creatively deficient they become over time. Bleach, like Naruto et al, is a prime example of the "anime-turned-cash-cow" phenomenon that seems to be occurring more and more these days, and this latest effort, Fade to Black: Kimi no Na wo Yobu (FtB: I Call Your Name), represents the series at it's worst.

Since this is a movie, I won't go into the details of the story proper as I read more
Oct 4, 2009
Arycat (All reviews)
Bleach: Fade to Black is the 3rd Bleach movie, after Memories of Nobody and Diamond Dust Rebellion. The main premise of the plot is Rukia has gone missing and everything she’s done has been forgotten by everyone in Soul Society, and characters in the real world as well, except Kon and soon Ichigo. The story then unfolds with Ichigo trying to find Rukia and attempting to force his former friends, who have lost all memory of him, to remember both him and Rukia.

The story is well written with very few, if any, plot holes or gaps that might leave the viewer slightly confused. While the read more
Oct 4, 2009
Credulous (All reviews)
I watched this movie with a couple of friends, we watched this purely out of curiosity of how bad they could make a filler movie. We were not disappointed. This filler movie was of such bad quality that I actually turned it off within the first half hour when an even occured that caused Ichigo to do something preposterous. After a minute of discussion we decided to keep on watching but this time with even lower standards and watching it purely for the complete and utter worthless junk that it is.

One of the main issues with this movie, other than that it is a filler read more
Sep 9, 2010
Suigen (All reviews)
The movie is rather worthwhile to watch. So I'm going to try not to spoil for anyone so you guys can watch it for yourselves. First of all, the story was mediocre. It didn't really contain the BANG! movie watchers would want to have and even seemed unworthy of the long wait for the subs to come out.

However, I loved the art. As always, Tite Kubo is a great artist, although his story might not be great, looking at the characters is always cool. The sound was not especially good, and I wouldn't say it was too bad either. I'd give it a fair really, read more

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