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Cardcaptor Sakura: The Sealed Card (2000)

Kâdokaputâ Sakura: Fûin sareta kâdo (original title)
Sakura Kinomoto, mistress of the Clow Cards, faces not only the wrath of an unsealed Clow Card, but her own feelings for friend Syaoran Li who returns from Hong Kong for a visit.

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Sakura Tange ...
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Naoko Yanagisawa
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All the cards have been captured and transformed, with Sakura and friends settling back into their normal lives. Unfortunately, Syaoran has returned home to Hong Kong without Sakura ever confessing how she felt about him. She gets another chance when he returns to Japan on vacation, but their reunion is interrupted by the reappearance of the Hope Card. Created by Clow Reed long ago to provide a balance to the energy of the other Clow Cards, it is more powerful than anything the Card Captor has ever faced. To capture it, Sakura may have to give up her most precious feeling. Written by Lampbane

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This is the final Cardcaptor Sakura film, as the creators had no intentions of creating another film. See more »

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Follows Cardcaptor Sakura (1998) See more »

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Lyrics by Naoki Nishi
Arranged by Mitsuo Yamamoto
Music by Kazuo Eda
Vocals by Sakura Tange
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Great movie based on a great series
15 January 2005 | by (Philippines) – See all my reviews

This is the second movie of the CCS series and possibly the last, but hey, it ended beautifully. I never saw the first one, but this one, whoa, is great, and touching. Sure it is from CLAMP, and it seems too cute and disturbing, but still, you gotta love this. After the last episode Li goes back to Hong Kong, but comes back for a vacation, and in time for the Nadesico Festival. And it seems to be a happy reunion, and all looks well, as Sakura may be able to answer back to Li, but there always seem to be something in the way, is it another card? It looks like it is, and what's a girl to do? Capture it. But this seems to be a very tricky card unlike the rest. Overall great animation compared to the series, great songs, especially the one in the middle when everyone is getting ready for the festival. And really love the ending song by Chaka, Tomorrow's Melody, I think that's what it's called, forgive me if it's the wrong title. But overall very good, good enough that even the kids could watch, not much of that supposed "gay" or "lesbian" stuff that most guys in the US say there is, and not very much violence at all, and not very disturbing as an anime fan might think there is, since this is a CLAMP title. And you'll find the ending very touching and nice. Really cute, not the sickening cute. Recommended to fans of the series, and to kids and adults alike, and to non-anime fans who don't know anime yet, forget Naruto or Ragnarok.


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