Last Order: Final Fantasy VII

Last Order: Final Fantasy VII

In the events of Last Order, taking five years before the beginning of Final Fantasy VII itself, Sephiroth was ordered to inspect the Mako Reactor outside the town of Nibelheim with a small entourage, consisting of one other member of SOLDIER and a few Shin-Ra MPs. Among this group was SOLDIER 1st Class member Zack and his buddy, a 16-year-old Shin-Ra trooper named Cloud Strife.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:25 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:prequel,   final fantasy,  

Last Order explores the incidents that occurred in Nibelheim revolving around Sephiroth, Tifa, Cloud and Zack. Last Order explains in more detail the events that follow after the annihilation of Nibelheim. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Last Order: Final Fantasy VII torrent reviews

Dimitris K (ag) wrote: Oh, so they made a film about me.

Arseniy V (gb) wrote: Simply beautiful. And that's coming from someone who's never watched a full soccer match, nor intends to.

Dudette P (au) wrote: Really really sad!!!!

Pele L (ag) wrote: Not really my kind of movie but it did keep me interested. For the low budget film that it is, it definitely met my expectations. Worth checking out if there is nothing else to watch.

Ingrid B (es) wrote: The movie that made me fall in love with Bollywood. It was a nice surprise.

Gladys T (it) wrote: Not as heart wrenching as I thought it'd be. Reminds me of "Volcano High". Do love the song "Confession" from the soundtrack though.

Josh M (fr) wrote: This movie was boring, lame, and without a reasonable purpose. Why are people trying to make a heist movie for kids?!?! Bottom Line: DON'T Catch That Kid!

Bill H (au) wrote: absolutely one of the best comedies I've ever seen. What's that you say? Its not a comedy?Well, me and my girlfriend laughed our asses off as Kimberley Williams attemped to portray a dying woman with strategic coughs and wheezes. The producers litterally took the entire 90 minutes to kill her, and we were rooting for her congestive heart failure by act 2. The only female in cinema that took longer to die was Nichole Kidman in the musical "Moulan Rouge" where I was rooting for her tuberculosis after an hour or so of watching her cough up blood.Script writing Gems in "The Christmas Shoes" include the dying mother telling her son she's "Going to heaven soon" Whereupon the little tyke say "Can I go with you?"YES!!!! Please go with her, NOW! The film would have been much more interesting had Mommy said "Sure baby, I'll send you up right now" and then proceeded to strangle the little urchin.Now that's comedy!Sadly, everyone plays it straight, and we don't even get to see mommie's death rattle - just a light switching off as a band of murderous christmas carolers cease caterwauling outside.The final nail in the coffin is the closing song, which promises mommy will soon be with Jesus. Really? With acting this bad, I suspect Mommy is headed someplace......warmer.


Charles C (ca) wrote: So because the ghost car chasing the kid on the bike is invisible, everyone sees the teacher forcing him over the bridge and smashing on rocks below, and there's no police investigation? The teacher isn't arrested? I'd write an actual review, but I couldn't get past this.

Alan K (us) wrote: Why was this even made?