Another satisfying and enjoyable Pokemon Adventure!
The Pokemon movies stopped appearing in American cinemas with the sixth
feature (now released direct-to-DVD), but are among the top grossing
movies in Japan to this day, where the tenth is currently set to
release in the land of the rising sun this summer. This is the ninth,
and the first to be dubbed by the new voice cast that took over for the
ninth season, Battle Frontier. The previous two Pokemon films were just
about perfectfun and enjoyable fantasy plots, wonderful and creative
animation, excellent voice acting, sprinkles of great humor, a little
bit of drama, great music, and totally enjoyable endings. The ninth
feature has all of that for certain. The new cast, led by Sarah
Natchonneny, does a great job in this feature. May gets a spotlight in
this one as well, to great effect, as she has always been one of my
favorite Advanced Generation (6th to 9th seasons) characters. Team
Rocket has one of the best lines in the movie in a wonderful
fourth-wall breaking moment, and Ash has some really cool heroic
moments towards the end. The ending song isn't quite as good as the one
in 7 or 8, but is still pretty good. Sometimes you just want a movie
where the good guys are good guys; the bad guys are bad, and watching
it is just fun. This movie, like its predecessors, left me feeling
content and satisfied, something that many movies focused on avoiding
the happy ending just can't do..
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I found this movie very enjoyable when I watched it with my son. I enjoyed the parts when Team Rocket got blasted away into the sky only to remain unscathed at the end of their seemingly never-ending flight. I felt slightly sad when the small blue pokemon Manaphy was separated from May like it was. 4 out of 5 stars from me. I would recommend this. .
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pokemon - lucario and the mystery of mew Hundreds of years ago, Camaron Palace and its people were saved by the noble sacrifice of Sir Aaron, an Aura Knight. From that day forward the people have always honored his deeds with an annual festival. Of course, Ash isn't really much of a history buff—he's more interested in the Pokémon competition being held! Only when he wins and is asked to don the ceremonial role of Aura Guardian does Aaron's importance become clear—especially when Lucario emerges from Aaron's staff! Aaron isn't a hero to this long-dormant Pokémon—all Lucario remembers is the master that betrayed it! Left out of the battle all those hundreds of years before, Lucario is asked to be a hero again—Mew has shown up and whisked Pikachu and Meowth away to the Tree of Life, and only Lucario can lead the way! Can Lucario put aside its distrust of humans long enough to reunite Ash with his best friend?.
i love pokemon.
Doesn't measure up to the previous one.
After a spectacular high with the previous movie, "Lucario and the
Mystery of Mew," can the Pok.