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Are They Going To/ Should They Produce Another F M A-1 Movie?, Sequel, Prequel, Midquel, Sidequel, or whole new FMA movie???
do you think they will produce some sequel to FMA the movie???
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RMMHfan
post Sep 25 2007, 03:10 PM
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This was tough to answer.

ARE THEY going to produce another sequel? Beats me.

DO I WANT THEM to produce another sequel? Yes, as long as they stay true to what came before.

There's definitely more story to be told, IMO.
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post Sep 27 2007, 06:56 PM
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I'm saying yes and no. I would like to know what happens after the movie, but realy, there is no story, even if they do find their way back to Amestris. Most of the Homunculli are dead and they now know not to seek the philosiphers stone. They ended it well, but they did so that if they wanted a new series/movie they could. Ed said something along the lines of: Destroying the portal is gonna be tough, especialy without alchemy.They could make another movie on destroying it, but it was good how they left it.


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post Oct 4 2007, 06:58 AM
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everyone knows....sometimes how confusing..........is fma.....though its the best

the point....is.....the way it was left ........u can ..start...a new journey from here on.....or u can just finish it.......as it is now........though i think......this is not the best way to end it.........but every best things must have an end....or it'll spoil.....after a while
..............as a fma fan it can never be spoiled to me.......

if the producers......wanna continue it.......i think........they have made their......choice while they ........make it


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post Oct 12 2007, 08:35 AM
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QUOTE(RMMHfan @ Sep 25 2007, 03:10 PM) *
This was tough to answer.

ARE THEY going to produce another sequel? Beats me.

DO I WANT THEM to produce another sequel? Yes, as long as they stay true to what came before.

There's definitely more story to be told, IMO.


I'm sorry, but WHAT story is there still left to be told? Ed paid the price to get Al back: now they can never go home. The homunculi are dead. There's no alchemy in our world. Mustang got over his depression. All the characters have lived out their parts. THERE - IS - NOTHING - LEFT. They will not, nor should they, ever make a sequel to this.

But as for more story to be told, maybe I'm missing something. What's left to tell that NEEDS to be told?
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post Oct 13 2007, 09:47 AM
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New characters maybe? A completely new story... 'bout the child of a character? Ptw...

It was good how they left it, yes, but FMA movie was so fantastic that I just wanna see more.


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post Oct 16 2007, 10:26 AM
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QUOTE(GREEDisGOOD @ Oct 12 2007, 10:35 AM) *
I'm sorry, but WHAT story is there still left to be told? Ed paid the price to get Al back: now they can never go home. The homunculi are dead. There's no alchemy in our world. Mustang got over his depression. All the characters have lived out their parts. THERE - IS - NOTHING - LEFT. They will not, nor should they, ever make a sequel to this.

But as for more story to be told, maybe I'm missing something. What's left to tell that NEEDS to be told?


Actually, I disagree with that statement. There were plenty of things left in the open at the ending of the movie, hence why so many people are writing fanfictions. They never showed Mustang or the brothers destroying the gates on either side of the world. Why would the brothers just up and leave Winry without so much as a goodbye? Also there is an OVA that shows Edward at 100 years old with grandchildren who look just like himself, Al and Winry. Why does he have a grandchild that looks like Winry? There's still so many things that need to be explained, especially when it comes to breaking down the portal. Can you possibly see any way of destroying that gate without the use of alchemy and if so, what is your theory? How do you think they could destroy something like that in our world back in the 1920s? Fire guns and cannons at it? I don't think that'd work. Personally, I don't know if they'd make a sequel or not, but I would like my unanswered inquiries to be filled.


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post Oct 19 2007, 02:25 AM
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I'd be happy with a sequel, as long as they weren't doing it for the sake of it and it turned out to be rubbish. If they did make another series, I'd love to see what they come up with, though.


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post Oct 29 2007, 12:43 PM
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I keep wondering about how the manga will end, and realise the scale of it may just surpass the anime in very many ways... would BONES just be content with watching another FMA blastwave sweep the globe without bringing them profit in many many currencies?^^

Like many people said before, the movie seems to have left a great deal of unsolved issues just for the sake of a potential sequel. Ed and Win being pointlessly separated, the U-bomb, and so on...And any slightly imaginative mind equiped with a copy of Alchemy Through the Ages can come up with a way to solve the lack of alchemy in our world biggrin.gif You just need a slight alchemic reference on our side and a frustrated Amestrian who's just figured out he has carreer prospects in Paralel World Domination paladin.gif And while it's true that without alchemy any FMA plot would crumble to dust, an OVA on how certain characters got on with their lives wouldn't neccesarily need heroics and sparkles to keep us die-hard fans hooked (though we'd certainly miss them blush.gif)

Half of me yearns for more animated FMAness. The other half reminds me how much I hated movie!Al, who seems just the pale reflection of the complex, angsty character we came to know and love in the series....well - BONES, SEIZE THE CHANCE TO REDEEM YOURSELVES you morons... crybaby.gif


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post Oct 29 2007, 09:28 PM
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QUOTE(Anomia Grey @ Oct 29 2007, 02:43 PM) *
Half of me yearns for more animated FMAness. The other half reminds me how much I hated movie!Al, who seems just the pale reflection of the complex, angsty character we came to know and love in the series....well - BONES, SEIZE THE CHANCE TO REDEEM YOURSELVES you morons... crybaby.gif


I'm so glad I'm not the only one who feels this way. I felt his was just a pale reflection of the character he once was in the series. WTF did they do to him!? Ed just seemed...OOC and that was from the frickin' creators here!


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post Oct 30 2007, 09:18 AM
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I'm so glad I'm not the only one who feels this way. I felt his was just a pale reflection of the character he once was in the series. WTF did they do to him!? Ed just seemed...OOC and that was from the frickin' creators here!

I disagree. One has to remember that Al has amnesia and cannot really act like his more experienced 'armor years' self. As for angst, I think he displayed that extremely well in two highlights: (1) The close-up of Al's face shattering into despair after the end of his interdimensional-soul-transfer, and (2) Al going near-insane atempting to resurrect that dead child. Such scenes are strong evidence against 'pale reflection.'
As for Ed, how was he OOC?
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post Oct 30 2007, 09:32 AM
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I'm not talking about Al (I misread the person's post and though she was talking about Ed) However I'm talking about Ed. I felt that Ed wasn't the same character like he was in the anime. His reunion with his brother after 2 years wasn't what I thought it would be or how Ed would have reacted to him. I had hoped to see him as equally excited as Al had been. He just seemed so emotionless in the movie compared to how he was in the anime *shrugs* That's just my opinion.


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QUOTE(Winry_Rockbell83 @ Oct 30 2007, 09:32 AM) *
I'm not talking about Al (I misread the person's post and though she was talking about Ed)

Okay, then Anomia Grey, that reply's for you!

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However I'm talking about Ed. I felt that Ed wasn't the same character like he was in the anime. His reunion with his brother after 2 years wasn't what I thought it would be or how Ed would have reacted to him. I had hoped to see him as equally excited as Al had been. He just seemed so emotionless in the movie compared to how he was in the anime *shrugs* That's just my opinion.

Y'know, I've seen very little of 'happy-excited' Edward. I've seen a lot of 'angry-excited' Ed, both in serious and humorous moments, and the movie shows that. Anyway, in the latter part of the series, Ed has tried to keep his emotions in check. For his brother's sake, he can't emotionally collapse during the final battles (e.g. killing Sloth, where he says Wrath is mourning for him). Unfortunately, Ed has carried this defense to his life in the other world. Perhaps its maturity (note his sad calm differs from Al's freak-out in the dead child scene). Perhaps Hohenheim did the same thing, since Ed has inherited his dad's ability to treat happy moments with quiet calm.
Anyway, I can see this and other factors explaining why Ed didn't go happy in the reunions. In the first one, Ed is really amazed and confused by Al's out-of-nowhere return to him. Uncertain, he holds back, perhaps fearing disappointment (after two years of such) that this reunion is brief (and it is).
Reunion 2 has Ed worrying about the German invasion. Besides, things have been sadly tinged with the shocking revelation that Al has killed someone! (a real blow to the protective older brother). Also, Ed probably knows he has to return to the Gate, and is purposely defensive to protect himself for what he knows is a very temporary reunion.
Reunion 3, Ed has been put through the emotional ringer. He can no longer return to his world (and Winry), and the best friend he has badly treated is now dead. And on top of that, he has to find a way to close the portal. He is no doubt very glad that Al is with him again (again, acting like Hohenheim), but any emotional (good and bad) display will have to wait until he gets the job done.
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I hope there will be another sequel but it seems to be impossible. Well, if there is another sequel... I WANT TO SEE MORE ROYAI! Yay!


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Nope. What we got was the end.


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QUOTE(Claudius @ Oct 30 2007, 09:18 AM) *
I disagree. One has to remember that Al has amnesia and cannot really act like his more experienced 'armor years' self. As for angst, I think he displayed that extremely well in two highlights: (1) The close-up of Al's face shattering into despair after the end of his interdimensional-soul-transfer, and (2) Al going near-insane atempting to resurrect that dead child. Such scenes are strong evidence against 'pale reflection.'


I have to agree, Claudius, he's not completely flat, but the movie gave me the impression that Ed got all the limelight as far as personal conflicat was concerned, while Al was transfered to the Fireworks Department. Of course there we plenty of hints as to how he reacted to the absence of his brother, we found out about how involved he is in his search for a way to rejoin Ed, we see he's willing to take desperate measures to do that. But personally I would have liked to hear him talk just a bit more about how he reacted to finding himslef in a remote location, with 4 years of his life wiped from his memory, how he had to abruptly mature after the shock, or what exactly made him put being together with Ed above the only world he knew. Of course I'm exagerating, these are mostly things that we're supposed to be guessing from the given storyline, but I can't help feeling Al's character was neglected for the sake of Ed. This is just a very personal impression, one I know to be pretty injustified above that, regardless of how great a movie you make, I guess you can't make everyone happy.

QUOTE(Winry_Rockbell83 @ Oct 30 2007, 09:32 AM) *
I'm not talking about Al (I misread the person's post and though she was talking about Ed) However I'm talking about Ed. I felt that Ed wasn't the same character like he was in the anime. His reunion with his brother after 2 years wasn't what I thought it would be or how Ed would have reacted to him. I had hoped to see him as equally excited as Al had been. He just seemed so emotionless in the movie compared to how he was in the anime *shrugs* That's just my opinion.

Here's a pic I stole from somebody's sig (I can't remember whose, I apologyse for not crediting ^^wink.gif dunno if you don't already know it, but it surely made my day happy.gif We never really got to see Ed smirk before he got smother-hugged by Al laugh.gif I agree on Claudius' thoughts on Ed's way of dealing with feelings, the only thing I'd like to add would be that in Reunion 1, Ed was also dealing with the minor issue of not getting shot by two dozen p*ssed Nazis who were pretty convinced he had just shattered the foundation for building the Third Reich. Oh well, not concerned enough to refrain from reacting to Al's comment on his height. biggrin.gif I loved that part!

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