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Pokémon: Mewtwo Returns (1998)
"Gekijô-ban poketto monsutâ - Myûtsû no gyakushû" (original title)

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Rica Matsumoto ...
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Masachika Ichimura ...
Kôichi Yamadera ...
Mew
Mayumi Iizuka ...
Yûji Ueda ...
Takeshi / Hitokagetwo
Satomi Koorogi ...
Megumi Hayashibara ...
Musashi (voice)
Shin'ichirô Miki ...
Inuko Inuyama ...
Hirotaka Suzuoki ...
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Joey (Woman Physician)
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Sachiko Kobayashi ...
Voyager
Aiko Satô ...
Sweet
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Written by Toda Shuogo
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Its Based on Frankenstein, How Could It Be Bad?
29 November 2004 | by (NY) – See all my reviews

I first saw this when I was probably 10 or 11 years old, and I appreciated it then as being a moving and entertaining film, as well as surprisingly philosophical. I was deeply offended when they did it in English and, through dubbing, changed the entire moral lesson into something far more cheesy, clichéd, and dumbed down.

See, even a 12 year old can appreciate quality film! (I just gained another year there......) In any case, it was the first anime I'd seen in Japanese, and I was impressed with the whole thing; the music was awesome, the dialogue was meaningful, the voices were cute, and the names were....strange and hard to remember. But thats OK. Names are not important.

I liked the way Mewtwo kept saying "Where am I? Who am I?". He said it so often, it was the first phrase I learned in Japanese. I concluded that both would come in handy should I ever find myself lost in Japan.

Later, as my Anime horizons expanded, and a anime-obsessive friend of mine taught me some basic phrases, and found I could recognise a lot of what was said. The vocabulary is fairly simple; its a good movie to practise your Japanese on.

And finally, the most impressive thing I found. Upon reading Mary Shelly's Frankenstein, I kept noticing similarities. Of course many, many things are different, but the basic themes are there: who asked to create me? I hate everything that made me."This is not an attack, nor a declaration of war, but revenge on you who made me" Except this one has a happy ending.

If You have seen the movie in English....well, what can I say, its better in Japanese. :P


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