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Beyblade: The Movie - Fierce Battle (2004)

Video  -  Action | Adventure | Animation  -  22 March 2005 (USA)
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Tyson and the Bladebreakers must stop an unleashed dark shadow group called the Shadow-Bladers and save the world in the ultimate Beyblade showdown battle!



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Credited cast:
Marlowe Gardiner-Heslin ...
Tyson (voice)
Alex Hood ...
Kenny (voice)
Ray (voice)
Kai (voice)
Gage Knox ...
Max (voice)
Bryan LiPuma ...
Daichi (voice)
Mary Long ...
Daichi (voice)
Caitriona Murphy ...
Hilary (voice)
Shannon Perreault ...
Daniel / Shadow Blader #3 (voice)
Christopher Marren ...
Professor Tengai (voice)
Ashley / Shadow Blader #2 (voice)
Craig Lauzon ...
Steven / Shadow Blader #1 (voice)
Ms. Kincaid (voice)
Henry / Shadow Blader #4 (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
DJ Jazz (voice)


The Blade Breakers goes on a nice vacation, but are followed by an annoying kid named Daichi who wants a rematch from a humiliating defeat earlier. Tyson Granger decides to ignore Daichi, but they finally have their rematch on a boat with limited space. Meanwhile, an organization called the Shadow Bladers are intent on destroying the world using their Dark Bit-Beasts. After they capture Daichi and Strata Dragoon, the Dark Bit-Beast possess Daichi and use him for world domination. It's up to Tyson, Max, Ray and Kai to rescue Daichi and prevent the Shadow Bladers from destroying the world. Written by Anthony Pereyra {}

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The Ultimate Showdown!



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22 March 2005 (USA)  »

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$50,000,000 (estimated)

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Despite the fact that the movie isn't connected to the storyline of the TV-series and since the movie came out in theaters in Japan before G-Revolution started in Japan, this is Daichi's first animated appearance. See more »


Tyson: [Tyson won the battle against Daichi] Well, nice try Daichi, no hard feelings losing to the World Champ and all.
Daichi: This battle isn't over!
[slams his fist down to the ground]
Daichi: One More Time! I would have won if it wasn't for the earthquake.
Tyson: Oh come on, Daichi. Why don't you just climb back up your mountain!
Daichi: [shouts] One more time!
Tyson: Get serious kid, I'm done for the day.
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Even Pokémon and Larry Kilgore make more sense than this!
10 March 2008 | by (Texas, United States) – See all my reviews

Japanese characters using spinning tops to find out who is tougher. Are they serious? I mean, granted the Pokémon show and Yu-Gi-Oh! shows weren't very well thought out, but at least they made enough sense to kids to last for several years. But this is plain asinine.

There is little plot to entertain the viewer. The 'monsters' are trapped in the spinning tops and are freed somehow. Those creatures then possess some kids and act like hyenas in the way they laugh. They then try to track down another kid and top. Afterwords, the world somehow comes to near destruction from the top creatures in a Beyblade battle. Boring stuff follows.

There is just no way anybody should watch this. The creators should be ashamed and the voicing is just awful. Where did they come up with these cheesy lines and dry acting? I just wish nobody was harmed in creating this travesty of a Japanese show. "F"

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