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The action anime series FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST explores epic themes of hubris, personal transformation, and spiritual quests through the tragic story of two grievously wounded siblings. While attempting to resurrect their dead mother through the forbidden art of alchemy, brothers Edward and Alphonse Elric suffer a terrible accident that severs two of Edward's limbs and traps Alphonse within a suit of armor. In a desperate bid at healing their injuries, Eric joins the state army with the hope that his travels will help him discover the fabled Philosopher's Stone, a mythic artifact with the power to restore life. FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST chronicles the brothers' dangerous journeys through an innovative blend of action, science-fiction, and drama. In this, the final volume, they find the answers of the Philosopher's Stone, learning invaluable truths about life, death, and family.
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DirectorSeiji Mizushima
Release Date:  2003
MPAA Rating:  Unrated
DVD Release Date:  FUNimation Entertainment, Ltd. (September 12, 2006)
Runtime:  1hr 15min
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Pros: Mustang! Some great moments.     Cons: What??     The Bottom Line: *dies*     Plot Details: This opinion reveals minor details about the movie's plot. Here we are, finally at the end of things. It seems like it took a long time to get here, but we made it. For anyone jumping in now, you are starting at the wrong place, my friend. For the rest of you - I'm not going to give away much. Hehe.      Episode 49: Al is …
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