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7 items from 2014


Competition: Win a Blu-ray/DVD Combo of anime ‘Fairy Tail The Movie: Phoenix Priestess’

30 July 2014 2:26 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

From the world famous anime and manga series comes the feature length Fairy Tail The Movie: Phoenix Priestess.

Follow Fairy Tail’s dream team Natsu, Gray, Erza, Lucy, Wendy, Happy, and Carla as they lend a helping hand to a girl with little memory and a grudge against wizards. As they uncover clues about her mysterious past, a lunatic prince hatches a half-baked plan to sacrifice her in exchange for immortality. When the fool unleashes an ancient force, a raging war becomes the fiercest inferno Fairy Tail has ever faced. Can the guild with a heart of gold save the planet from a fiery finish.

Fairy Tail The Movie: Phoenix Priestess is out to own on DVD and DVD/Blu-ray Double pack on Monday 28th July from Manga Entertainment UK. For more information on Manga UK releases, please visit http://www.mangauk.com/

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Anime Giveaway – Win Fairy Tail The Movie: Phoenix Priestess on DVD

28 July 2014 2:06 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

From the world famous anime and manga series comes the feature length Fairy Tail The Movie: Phoenix Priestess.

Follow Fairy Tail’s dream team Natsu, Gray, Erza, Lucy, Wendy, Happy, and Carla as they lend a helping hand to a girl with little memory and a grudge against wizards. As they uncover clues about her mysterious past, a lunatic prince hatches a half-baked plan to sacrifice her in exchange for immortality. When the fool unleashes an ancient force, a raging war becomes the fiercest inferno Fairy Tail has ever faced. Can the guild with a heart of gold save the planet from a fiery finish.

Fairy Tail The Movie: Phoenix Priestess is out to own on DVD and DVD/Blu-ray Double pack on Monday 28th July from Manga Entertainment UK. For more information on Manga UK releases, please visit http://www.mangauk.com/.

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- Gary Collinson

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Fairy Tail Collection 2 Blu-ray Review

31 May 2014 3:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Director: Shinji Ishihira,

Starring: Aye Hirano, Cherami Leigh, Tetsuya Kakihara, Todd Haberkorn,

Running Time: 600 minutes

Certificate: PG

The release of Fairy Tail on Blu-ray is confusing my little brain a bit. With 12 episode “Parts” having already reached quite far into the show’s timeline, these “Collections” acquire 24 episodes from earlier on in the series. This isn’t double dipping though, as the series was released exclusively on DVD for the first 4 sets. Going back into the earlier days of the show is quite a refreshing change, especially here where the show is still connecting all the dots but has introduced characters enough that now we can learn a little bit more about their past.

Lucy (Hirano/Leigh) is still a fairly new arrival on the scene, making it easier to access the show’s mythology as she guides us through with the same keen sense of unknowing that the viewers have. »

- Luke Ryan Baldock

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Ryan Gosling's 'Lost River' at Cannes: When critics attack...

20 May 2014 9:13 AM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

The Cannes Film Festival is somewhat unique in that its audiences feel entitled — obliged, actually — to boo the crap out of films that don’t live up to their collective expectations, whatever those might be. On Tuesday, Ryan Gosling unveiled his directorial debut, Lost River, “a modern day fairytale against the surreal dreamscape of a vanishing city,” and the immediate response was harsh. Boos reportedly drowned out the applause, and some unimpressed critics and journalists quickly took to Twitter to express their antipathy in a contest of colorful language. Grantland’s Wesley Morris is currently the clubhouse leader on denigrating the film, »

- Jeff Labrecque

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Ryan Gosling’s Lost River Drives Critics Bonkers At Cannes

20 May 2014 8:19 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Ryan Gosling, known for his effortless good looks and cool demeanour, has stepped behind the camera to tackle a new, scary creative challenge: directing. Let’s face it, he’s collaborated with enough of Hollywood’s finest directors to have gleaned sufficient knowledge of how to craft a unique compelling original flick. Nicolas Winding Refn, Derek Cianfrance, Terrence Malick, George Clooney (alright so his last one was dirge) – are but a few of the masters with whom he’s had chance to study. According to the critic backlash at Cannes though, he didn’t study hard enough before churning out Lost River.

His directorial debut premiered at the festival last night, receiving critical confusion moreso than obvious negative jibes. Starring Doctor Who‘s Matt Smith and Gosling’s Drive co-star Christina Hendricks, the film has stirred up critics who caught it into a frenzy. The most common comparisons are to »

- Gem Seddon

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Fairy Tail Part 7 DVD Review

25 April 2014 1:30 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Director: Shinji Ishihira,

Starring: Aye Hirano, Cherami Leigh, Tetsuya Kakihara, Todd Haberkorn, Rie Kugimiya, Tia Ballard, Yui Horie, Jad Saxton

Running Time: 300 minutes

Certificate: PG

After a lengthy and engaging story arc, Fairy Tail Part 7, slows things down with a few filler episodes that remind us of the fun we can have in the wonderful eponymous mage guild. A little festival and some fun and games allow us to relax before venturing into the next larger story and it’s a good thing too. There’s nothing more jarring than jumping from one extremely important plot to the next and since our favourite characters (assuming you are a fan of the show) have mostly been doing battle and exposition, seeing them blow off steam is required.

The latest main arc could have very easily been a wasteland of unravelling ideas, as this time we deal with a parallel world in »

- Luke Ryan Baldock

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Fairy Tail Part 6 Blu-ray Review

23 February 2014 12:08 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Director: Shinji Ishihira,

Starring: Aye Hirano, Cherami Leigh, Tetsuya Kakihara, Todd Haberkorn,

Running Time: 300 minutes

Certificate: PG

Whereas the last collection signalled the beginning of Season 2, and thus contained many moments of character development by way of episodic tales of little consequence, this sixth set sees one continuous story unfold. This has always been a strong draw for anime, in that you can have long stretches where you get to know the individuals, and then epic arcs can unfold without having to worry too much about elaborating on individual pasts and preferences.

Fairy Tail does manage to do both fairly well though, especially since the vast confrontation of this set sees the Oracion Seis, a group of six powerful mages, come ever closer to unleashing the ultimate weapon of Nirvana. This fills the show with many battles, in which the different spells summoned lend themselves to a wide variety of interesting visuals. »

- Luke Ryan Baldock

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