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Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life DVD Review

23 November 2010 3:00 AM, PST | | See recent HeyUGuys news »

With Pokemon Black and White released in Japan and the new anime series airing in Japan, now is the perfect opportunity to review the twelfth Pokemon film, Arceus and the Jewel of Life.

Due to be released in America on DVD on the 23rd of November, with a UK release date Tbc, even with the franchise making this many films, it does not quite live up to my childhood feelings on the very first film.

Following the continuing adventures of Ash Ketchum (Sarah Natochenny), Dawn (Emily Bauer) and Brock (Bill Rogers) from the latest anime series, the trio find a small town where the legendary Pokémon Arceus (Tom Wayland) awakens from his long rest and attacks the town before three other legendary Pokémon, Dialga, Palkia and Giratina, join forces to stop the attacking legendary monster.

During the battle, Dialga uses his powers to teleport Ash and the gang back in »

- Martyn Warren

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The joys of visiting the cinema alone

8 August 2010 5:39 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Sick of endless interruptions or having the ending of a movie spoiled? The solution, Mark suggests, is to head to the cinema by yourself...

A while back, I wrote an article for Den Of Geek on the virtues of child-free cinemas. Since then, I've had a kid of my own and my own trips to the cinema have been cut down as a result. However, I did find an opportunity to see the really quite good Inception the other day with a friend of mine and, while the film was just as good as people would have you believe, a few things niggled at me.

Firstly, when a film showing is pencilled in for 8.10pm, I'd expect the main feature to begin earlier than 8.30pm. Yet, we were treated, if that's the word for it, to twenty minutes of glossy adverts and loud, overblown trailers before the BBFC certificate appeared »

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