Title: Bleach The Movie 4: Hell Verse

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  • Recently I read somewhere in the anime forums that Bleach Hell Chapter Movie 4 will be released today, August 24. And true enough I found a Raw Bleach The Movie 4 – The Hell Verse. In my post last year regarding , this movie was released on Japan’s theaters last December 4, 2010.

    Bleach fans were expecting that Bleach Jigoku Hen would be released soon on DVD’s or Fan-subs as early as January or February. Unfortunately it was not, until now. Jigoku Hen is reported to have 100 minutes of running time.

    Bleach Movie 4 The Hell Chapter: The movie is set in Hell and features a fully Hollowfied Ichigo. Kubo has stated that he has been involved from the planning and scenario stage.[2] The Movie centers around Ichigo and his friends heading into Hell with the assistance of a man named Kokutō to stop the merging of the two realms. However, Kokutō gives Ichigo a warning - he mustn't Hollowfy in Hell, or he will lose control of his body and never be able to return...

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    Bleach Movie 4: The Hell Chapter (Jigoku - Hen) Trailer 10
    Bleach Movie 4: The Hell Chapter (Jigoku - Hen) Trailer 10
    Bleach Movie 4: The Hell Chapter (Jigoku - Hen) Trailer 10

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    The opening sequence for BLEACH The Movie 4: The Hell Verse.
    It is a re-cap of full Hollowed Kurosaki Ichigo vs. Ulquiorra Cifer.

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    seems a bit wrong.  There's also the lack of explanation over how the people in Hell can be aware of what's going on outside, or how they are able to enter the real world with relative ease.  There's also the fact that some of the new villains are a bit, well, crap.  But despite these problems the film remains surprisingly enjoyable.

    Bleach The Movie 4: Hell Verse is probably the best movie outing for the franchise to date, and if it is the last film project for the franchise it isn't a bad swansong.  The animation is decent and the design of Hell is both imaginative and intriguing, plus there's plenty of action to keep things interesting throughout.  The storyline may be a bit standard, some of the new characters may fit into the normal anime archetype moulds, but by keeping things simple the creators have managed to make it very engaging.  The exploration of a concept originally depicted in the earliest volumes of the manga has given a lot more scope and freedom than the previous films enjoyed while remaining in canon, and by keeping the Soul Reaper captains out of it the issue of unused powers doesn't come into play.  Hell Verse has seemingly learned from the mistakes of the last film and is a more straightforward and enjoyable watch because of it.  It's certainly not the best film you'll see this year, but as films based on long-running franchises go, it's certainly one of the better examples.

    Extras:

    Another release with no extras beyond a couple of front-loading trailers.  Disappointing.

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  • Title:
      Bleach The Movie 4: Hell Verse

    UK Distributor:  Manga Entertainment / Kazé

    BBFC Certificate:  12

    Suggested Retail Price (SRP):  £19.99 (DVD) £24.99 (BR)

    Length:  94mins (approx.)

    Audio Options:  English, Japanese

    Subtitles:  English

    Release Date:  24th February 2013

    Reviewer:  Rich (Webmaster)
     

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Bleach is a franchise on the wane. In Japan the anime series ended last November, the manga is partway through what is expected to be its final arc and the (at the time of writing) last Bleach film was released there back in 2010. However, in the UK reports of the franchise's death are very much exaggerated, we're a bit behind Japan and so we have plenty of anime and manga to come including the last film - Bleach The Movie 4: Hell Verse.