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Gekijô-ban poketto monsutaa: Mizu no Miyako no Mamori Gami Ratiasu to Ratiosu
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Parents Guide for
Pokémon Heroes (2002) More at IMDbPro »Gekijô-ban poketto monsutaa: Mizu no Miyako no Mamori Gami Ratiasu to Ratiosu (original title)

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Sex & Nudity

A girl (who is actually a Pokmon that can change form) kisses a boy and hugs him. Two women wear tight-fitting outfits that reveal bare shoulders, bare abdomens to the hip and bare backs throughout the movie. A boy flirts with a girl. A boy talks about girls being beautiful and wanting to meet girls.

Violence & Gore

A machine spins and whirs as a woman programs it to cause trouble: a pillar of water crashes onto a city and a boy and 2 Pokmon are swept into the water, a huge wave of water approaches a city (it is broken up before striking), and all the water in a water city is dried up.

Two Pokmon chase a girl (who is a Pokmon that can change form), one wraps her with what looks like spider webbing and the other does a psychic attack that she flinches from; two other Pokmon and two women are hit by a Pokmon's thunderbolt and are knocked around a little (one woman falls in a canal). Several people are rendered unconscious after Pokmon attacks and are then wrapped in webbing.

A woman is trapped in the control center of a machine and another woman is knocked into the control center after being jolted by a jewel that explodes.

Two really bad Pokmon are brought back to life from fossils and attack another Pokmon, a boy jumps on its back, another Pokmon attacks it with a thunderbolt, and the boy falls unconscious into water. Two Pokmon are attacked by two other Pokmon; one is wrapped up in netting and is unable to get free. Pokmon attack another Pokmon with a stream of water and it is thrown back. A Pokmon is knocked down by a flying Pokmon that swoops down.

During a water chariot race, young people race through canal streets; one boy falls off his chariot and nearly crashes into a wall, and later that same boy is pulled off the course, up stairs and falls into water on the other side. Also, a Pokmon falls off a bridge and lands on a boy's face during the race.

Two women jump across rooftops and are followed by a boy and a girl and their Pokmon, but they slip and fall and land on the ground below. Two women ride across a cable, drop into a car, race away and fly off a cliff (the car changes into a flying machine).

A Pokmon dies and turns into a beam of light.

Profanity

None.

The whole story of controlling the world with machine can be frightening

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