Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV Synopsis
The magical kingdom of Lucis is home to the sacred Crystal, and the menacing empire of Niflheim is determined to steal it.
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Movie Reviews


By ddemora326
Don't listen to rotten tomatoes critics. They lost their self respect trying to make a buck bad mouthing movies to get views....

Worth waiting for

By awnaroll
Drove down here with my friend and we waited in line for about an hour and a half. Waiting in line wasn't a big deal since time went by really quickly. When we were allowed into the movies, the room...

It's Amazing

By Xira
I've read reviews saying the plot was confusing, but if you know anything about FFXV then it's not difficult to follow. I highly suggest watching this before playing the game, you won't regret it....


By javierdavalosjr8172016370
Amazing movie.I loved it...


By hzhang7

A visual masterpiece and good balance of service to FF fans and fantasy CG film audience

By webkyaw
I've seen the last two major CG-based FF movies in theater and the first (Spirit Within) was apparently a massive failure even though it was also a technical masterpiece at the time. It tried to...

The Best Final Fantasy Film

By Jmohammed2
Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV is the best Final Fantasy movie to date. It tells a compelling and interesting story albeit with a few caveats. While the story is self contained and no knowledge of the...

Best one yet

By neonexsis
is very good story and voice acting was spot in. only hope to have a audio japanese version also in blueray. only Regret was not in IMAX 3d....


By hakimaki
the most epic fight scene I have ever seen...

Ultimate Fan Service

By ktwigger
Let's be honest. Most people that see this movie are going to be die hard fans anyways. So if you're a fan, I can tell you you're going to love this movie. Yeah the plot is kind of recycled; pretty...

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Rated PG-13 | For Action Throughout and Fantasy Violence
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Amazing visuals but violence, weak plot in game-based movie.
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