Steins;Gate The Movie Load Region of deja vu Blu-ray/DVD

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About Steins;Gate The Movie Load Region of deja vu Blu-ray/DVD

Experience the enthralling conclusion to the mind-bending hit series, Steins;Gate, as the original creators intended.

A year has passed since Okabe reached the Steins Gate world-line where Mayuri is alive, Kurisu hasn’t been killed, and time only moves forward. Visiting Japan, Kurisu stops by the Future Gadget Lab where everyone is up to their usual shenanigans. But something’s not quite right—memories of other timelines continue to haunt Okabe… or are they visions? Out of nowhere, a message is left for Kurisu: cell phone, microwave, SERN. Strong emotions blur the world-lines and trigger déjà vu. Before she knows it, Okabe disappears. Unable to let go of the one who never existed, Kurisu makes a daring return to the past. Hoping to save the mad scientist who tried countless times to save her, she must make a decision—risk everything, or live in a world without Okabe.

Special Features: U.S. Commentary, Trailers.


  • Publisher: FUNIMATION
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama, Science Fiction
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 90
  • Release Date: 3/28/2017
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Region Code: A

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Ratings & Reviews

16 reviews

Great movie that helps flesh out the story and explains what happens after the series

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The DVD came in on release date and it was a great movie. It covers some stuff not covered in the series and reveals some previously unknown info, such as the origin of Hououin Kyouma. It had some good parts, but also a few slow parts, but it was overall a great movie. Can't wait for the Steins;Gate 0 series to finally release and hopefully Funimation picks it up.

I'm glad I watched it, but ...

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While it was nice to finally be reunited with the characters from the series, I was a bit disappointed in the movie. It did keep my interest from beginning to end but it was missing the humor of the series that made me love it in the first place. It was nice to have a feeling of tying things up, but it was so dramatic I doubt I would want to re-watch it anytime soon and that's usually my baseline. It was good and I'm glad I watched it, I just don't feel it was great (like the series).

I'm glad I watched it, but ...

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While it was nice to finally be reunited with the characters from the series, I was a bit disappointed in the movie. It did keep my interest from beginning to end but it was missing the humor of the series that made me love it in the first place. It was nice to have a feeling of tying things up, but it was so dramatic I doubt I would want to re-watch it anytime soon and that's usually my baseline. It was good and I'm glad I watched it, I just don't feel it was great (like the series).

I want to go to the timeline where this movie is awesome, but...

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The best thing in the Stein's: Gate movie's favor is the pleasure to be reunited with our favorite group of crackpots and time travelers. It is good to see them again, nicely in character. The movie in general, though, is lacking in the plot, the logic, and the humor which made the series such a classic. It is packed with drama and emotional scenes, but the story feels contrived merely to force Makise into time travel. The solution to the timeline problem also seemed kind of senseless, apart from making an unnecessary full-circle plot point. (By the way, if you have not yet seen the original series, I'm pretty sure this movie will have you totally lost. It is not stand-alone. See the series first!)

The Cherry On Top

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If you wanted more Steins;Gate after watching the series, then you have come to the right movie. Region of Deja Vu ends the series beautifully. Some may say it lacks the humor of the original series, but that doesn't really take away from what the movie wishes to accomplish. A wonderful epilogue to a wonderfully made series. The movie is like the cherry on top of a sundae that is this series. They didn't have to put it there, but it makes it all the more sweeter.

Great Movie

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This is a great movie as I love the characters and the voice actors that portray them, if you love the series you will love the movie.

Highly Recommend

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A great continuation to a great series! Highly recommend it to anyone who enjoyed the series. If you haven't seen the series/ played the game then you will probably be lost and have no idea what is going on.

Absolute Must Have for any S;G fan!

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Revisiting the characters again was nearly enough on its own, but the avenue of this film is a step beyond. Touching on everything from why time travel should never have been touched, the snowball effect each character had and has, as well as the unbelievably touching reunion of a couple favorite characters makes every moment of this film worth its weight in gold. Even though only 90 minutes, I could've easily watched it at 3 times the length and never batted an eye.

If you've already seen Steins;Gate, you most decidedly owe it to yourself to watch the unbelievably intriguing "finale" - it WILL torque your emotions, laughter and tears. So pick it up do not want to miss a single moment.

What does it add to a great series?


You know how DBZ movies can be a lot of fun, but they have no bearing on continuity or the completeness of the main story? How they don't grow the characters and the additions to the universe just don't feel cannon? How they feel incomplete as movies because they just drop characters into the story with no context nor purpose, like the animators didn't need them but would get in trouble if they didn't include them? How they have plot holes the size of craters?

Yeah, that's this movie.

Did I enjoy it? Yes.
Does it have some great moments? Absolutely.
Does it expand on the characters or story of the series? Nope.
Does it feel like a derivative copy? Definitely.

It's worth seeing, and I'm g;ad I watched it, but it's completely unnecessary. The final episode/epilogue of the series was IMO a better concept for a movie--it let us see the characters in a new setting and in a new light and it took us to the next step behind the finished story. This movie didn't.

For Once the English Voice Acting Is Completely Superior


If you loved Steins;Gate: The Complete Series, you are going to want to watch this sequel, set a year after the series. Having successfully moved to the world (time) line where all of his friends are safe, Okabe is ready to relax and enjoy life, but now his singular ability to remember events from all world lines he's passed through is causing problems: he finds himself spontaneously jumping to another world line and disappearing from the Steins;Gate world line,...

and from the memories of everyone he leaves behind. Once more Suzuha Amane carries the mail, bringing word from 2036 that the only way to save Okabe is for Kurisu Makise to travel back into the past and find a way to plant a unique memory strong enough to firmly tie Okabe to this world line, but Kurisu is torn between playing it safe (doing nothing), thus obeying Okabe's clearly stated wish once he's apprised of the situation, and risking it all to save the man she is finally willing to admit that she loves.

English Translation Done Right

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The movie was overall good. After having seen the Japanese subtitled version awhile back, it was great to see it again with the English voice acting established in the dubbed version of the series. Arguably there is still a sense of longing for something missing in this movie - more animation of flashbacks perhaps to help better tie it to the series.

The producers and writers for the English version deserve extra credit. About 41 minutes into the movie, everyone's favorite pervy hack makes a declaration that only a true nerd would love (hint: slight variation to a 25+ year old video game meme pertaining to JP to EN translation errors).

Completely Satisfying

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An enjoyable extension of the series, tying up a few loose ends, but leaving others open and leaving potential for other sequels. The Stein's Gate series is very character-centered, enough so that you care more about what is going to happen to them far more than looking forward to the next action sequence.

A Spectacular Movie That Perfectly Compliments A Spectacular Series

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The Steins;Gate The Movie fits in all that is possible within a limited storytelling format. It still has some of the humor from the series, but with the shorter window to work with, it focuses mainly and wonderfully on the core of what makes the Steins;Gate series so powerful, the drama.

I enjoyed it immensely.
It has many grand and wonderful moments. "Feels" so strong that my friend's recliner actually broke during the most emotional part(True Story).
I will contradict other reviews and say that it absolutely does build and expand upon the characters and story of the series. It even ties up some loose ends from the series and makes Okabe and Kurisu's relationship even more precious and powerful as well(Even more than the final episode wrap up of the series).

For those that say otherwise, I say, "Watch it again, and actually pay attention."

A Beautiful Epilogue to a Wonderful Anime!

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This movie is a great epilogue to a well-thought-out anime on so many levels. Story-wise, it presents a likely consequence to the number of time-jumps Okabe did in the previous season. Character-wise, it helps deepen the relationships forged in the series as Kurisu does some deep soul-searching for what is important in her life when one person important to her suddenly vanishes, yet she can't even remember who that person is when he does. The movie's message certainly drives home to the viewer as you watch Kurisu's emotive struggle: "What is truly important in your life? Can you identify what you'll miss most if you can't even remember that you've lost it?" Definitely for fans and die-hards of the series!

Unfortunately, there is nothing special in terms of extras in this edition; just the usual commentaries and trailers expected of most standard edition Blu-rays or DVDs. Nevertheless the minor shortcomings, a worthy buy & watch!!


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Do you want more of the great Kurisu? Then this is the right place to come to this movie adds to the original story-line in a world where after Kyouma achieves his perfect world not everything goes well and this time around Kurisu has to come to his rescue it is a great movie and should be watched after the series or else it won't make much sense. Great buy for my collection of the series.

It's Worth the Watch

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This movie is definitely worth a watch, if you have seen and enjoyed the show. With that said, if you haven't seen Steins;Gate, I recommend that you stay away from this movie, as you won't get too much out of it.

I think it works for what it is, a 'cap' so to speak on an already great story. It ties up some loose ends here and there, and it once again invites you to spend some time with fantastic characters.

Is it as good as the show--no. But, I would not expect an hour-and-a-half show to compete against a 24 episode show (25 if you include the OVA). Steins;Gate The Movie Load Region Of Deja Vu does its job well. And, if you liked the show, definitely give this a watch!