Based on the classic video games Pokemon Red and Blue for the game boy. A young boy named Red is asked to do a seemingly impossible task of capturing all 149 kinds of creatures known as ... See full summary »
Mega Evolution. A new evolutionary form introduced in the Kalos Region. Is it really possible for all Pokémon to undergo Mega Evolution? This story revolves around a young trainer named ... See full summary »
Ash Ketchum continues his journey on to the Kalos region, and makes new friends such as Serena a childhood friend he known since he was a kid in Pallet town, Clemont, a gym leader and an ... See full summary »
Pokémon: Black & White, previously known as Pokémon: Best Wishes(!), is a continuation of the Pokémon Anime series, in which the main character, Ash Ketchum, goes through the Pokémon world,... See full summary »
Join Ash Ketchum and Pikachu through this amazing journey while Ash strives to be the best Pokémon trainer in the world. Along-side Ash and Pikachu, Dawn and Brock tag along while team rocket stands in their way.
L-O-V-E-L-Y ~Yume Miru LOVELY BOY~
(L-O-V-E-L-Y ~A Dreaming Lovely Boy~)
Performed by Tomoko Kawase (as Tommy february6)
Lyrics by Tomoko Kawase (as Tommy february6)
Music and arrangement by MALIBU CONVERTIBLE See more »
Pokemon movies tend to be rather hit and miss. This one is one of the better ones. It's not truly compelling, like the 2nd movie, but it's an improvement on "Pokemon Heroes" and a vast step up from last year's "Jirachi, the Wish Maker".
Production design in the film is pretty impressive, and the city scenes are reminiscent of those old futuristic movies we were always seeing in 50s science fiction movies. Watching the backdrops is still more fun than watching the plot in this movie, but it's not awful.
There's one really neat scene of the 'block robots' using their own bodies to build a bridge to evacuate the city's civilians which is visually impressive.
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