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But Hell I'm just diving in without English subtitles armed only with my 1 course in Japanese from university. Watched up to 30 minutes and so far almost everything seems to have been covered in the anime (in particular...today's episode! Lol).




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Anyway, I watched the 2nd live action with just Indonesian subs and of course didn't understand what was going on unless the scene already showed up in anime or I had already spoiled myself about the manga (I'm anime only, but I spoiled myself about certain events in the manga), but I enjoyed it. XD


If you aren't already excited about the live-action Fullmetal Alchemist movie, or if you aren't aware that it is happening, this trailer may just do the trick. This latest teaser showcases the same footage we saw in a previous sneak peek, but this one comes with English subtitles, providing some much needed context for those less familiar with the material. Or even for those who know the material, but aren't fluent in Japanese.


Warner Bros. released the trailer online recently and it gives us a great, though brief, look at the Fullmetal Alchemist movie, which is set to hit theaters later this year. The short preview packs in a whole bunch of quick moments, including a great shot of Alphonse in action, as well as giving us a good sense of the anime style and what we can expect in terms of the general narrative. A lot of longer trailers for much bigger productions fail at that, so credit where credit is due to whoever put this Fullmetal Alchemist trailer together.


Fullmetal Alchemist is one of the most popular and well-regarded manga series to ever be released and this is the first time a live-action movie based on the book has ever been done. There was a very popular anime series based on the title that won several awards as well. But seeing this beloved work brought to life will take things to a new level. Just to give an idea of how popular Fullmetal Alchemist truly is, the manga has sold more than 60 million volumes worldwide and when the first volume was printed in English back in 2005, it became the highest-selling graphic novel of the year. So there will definitely be a lot of people in the U.S. who want to see this movie, which is probably why Warner Bros. decided to release a trailer with English subtitles.


Montreal's Fantasia International Film Festival began streaming English-subtitled trailers for the live-action Chihayafuru films on Friday. Both films will screen at the festival, which will be held from July 14-August 3.


Safeguarding our European democracy requires more determined action to protect electoral processes. This means keeping elections free and fair, preserving open democratic debate, and updating digital safeguards.


The impact of climate change on territories, adaptation and mitigation policies funding, available technologies to improve communities' resilience: these are a few of the questions addressed by the EU Directorate-General for climate action (DG Clima) in a serie of four short films, "Climate Smart". The films are available in English, with Georgian subtitles.


For an author who passed away in 1990, Roald Dahl has done pretty well in the movie business, penning Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang... even the Bond classic You Only Live Twice). James and the Giant Peach is one of the master's many bizarre tales that has received the big-screen treatment. This time, director Henry Selick has sprinkled some of the same funky fairy dust he used on The Nightmare Before Christmas and Coraline. The end result is a creepy combo of live-action and stop-motion animation.


Yeah -- it's as creepy as it sounds. However, the movie is also short and kind of sweet. About 19 minutes in, the live-action leads to animation, as well as a slew of famous voices, including Simon Callow, Richard Dreyfuss, Jane Leeves, and Susan Sarandon. That's where the real magic happens.


For such a magical plotline, this 1.66:1 transfer offers very little in the way of image magic. The live action portion is extremely dark, and not always in a good way. While the dark image does convey the sad nature of James' life, details are nondescript and nothing really stands out. Even the first appearance of the magical peach is a bit fuzzy. Instead, it looks like most of the main characters got leftover makeup from the Zombieland set. And when the action turns animated inside the peach, that image isn't much sweeter. While we know that Selick has a soft spot for all things goth, the muted color palette and lack of fine detail suck the life out of an interesting and completely bizarre adventure.


The audio fares much better than the picture here, with the DTS-HD Master Audio track creating the type of creepy immersive ambience and you'd expect from such an outlandish adventure. There are tons of teeny tiny effects that play well in the background. However, there's also a lot of oomph. Some of the best sonic moments are found in the action sequences, such as the moment James ends up in this peachy predicament, or the attack by a mechanical menace at sea. Also, in the music department, Randy Newman's soundtrack is a huge standout. When is it not?


James and the Giant Peach is a creepy, cool kiddie adventure. Unfortunately, that doesn't come across all that well in this Blu-ray. The bland live-action sequences compounded with a blah animated image takes some of the fun out of what should have been a fantastic voyage.


Module 2 builds on what you learned in the previous module, as we take a more in depth look at planetary boundaries and the key data supporting our current understanding of planetary health. Climate change is not the only issue we are facing, and in lesson two, we investigate the broad range of environmental issues caused by humans and the resulting human health impacts of these disruptions. In lesson three, we take a look at the 12 cross-cutting principles of planetary health education which define the guiding themes and values of the emerging field. These principles provide a foundation for the growing interest and efforts in the field. We wrap up this module by looking at sources of planetary health knowledge, as we begin to reflect on how we can all take action in improving planetary health.


This five course specialization explores dimensions of applied knowledge related to the social determinants of health. This specialization will utilize the Data-to-Action Hourglass Model to support thinking about multiple perspectives as a way to filter, frame, and focus data-driven action related to social determinants of health. 041b061a72


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