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20 minutes after watching, I realise my favourite game has been ruined.
Yet another thing I love has been ruined by a rubbish and un-necessary movie.
Some things are better just left alone, this is a perfect example of that.
I'm not going to write a big report on all the parts of the film I did not like because lets be honest, if you are a fan of FFVII you will be spitting venom at me and saying how wrong I am. All I am going to say is that this film has such a weak story line not even fans like me will understand it. Mainly because its just ridiculous fighting all the time its just small pauses in battle when they would comment on their style of fighting or whatever. This film is just a fancy animation trailer which really should be used for promoting the latest graphics technology cause that is all it really is. Although being a fan of FF7 I really did like the dedication towards the original game, all the music (excluding the laughable matrix-style remixes), characters, items and magic remains true to the original material. I had to laugh with joy when I saw cid doing his funny run that he does in the game, brought back memories!
I'm going to stop making any more comments on the film as I would start to critisise the parts of the film that would be considered as spoilers and it would probably take too long as there is too many parts I don't like about this film.
Don't listen to all the others giving it 10/10, its just denial! I admit I was tempted to like it as well because I love the FF7 world so much. But I knew in my heart that this film is NOT GOOD at all and it should have never have been made. Besides you can't tell a ff7 story in a movie cause its just too long!
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