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Bionicle 3: Web of Shadows (2005)

TV-Y7 | | Animation | Video 11 October 2005
The Toa Metru return to Metru Nui to rescue the remaining sleeping Matoran, only to find it overrun by the spider-like Visorak horde and its ruthless, sadistic rulers, Sidorak and Roodaka.

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Christopher Gaze ...
Turaga Vakama - Narrator (voice)
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Onewa / Matau (voice)
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Nuju / Iruini (voice)
Paul Dobson ...
Whenua / Sidorak (voice)
Tabitha St. Germain ...
Nokama (voice)
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Vakama (voice)
Kathleen Barr ...
Roodaka / Gaaki (voice)
French Tickner ...
Norik (voice)
Scott McNeil ...
Bomonga / Keetongu (voice)
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The Web of Shadows concerns the return of the heroic Toa to Metru Nui. There, they find an old enemy has overtaken the great city with the help of Visorak--robotic spiders that can quickly encase anything or anybody in near-indestructible webs. The Toa undergo a bizarre metamorphosis while sealed within strange cocoons, and emerge as clunky-looking machines made up of mismatched parts. Though horrified, they find that they also possess some new powers, which prove essential for their subsequent journey to restore Metru Nui--and themselves. This delightful Bionicle installment is probably easily accessible for any viewer unfamiliar with the series to date. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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The final battle for Metru Nui begins.

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Trivia

Kualus' voice actor, who only says one word, is not credited. He does receive more dialogue in the mini-film BIONICLE: Shadow Play (2005), however he isn't given a credit there either. See more »

Goofs

When the Toa and Norik embark on their journey, the grass under their feet moves unconvincingly, as if it was floating, and their feet don't pass behind it as they walk either. See more »

Quotes

[spiders encircle the Toa]
Matau: Let me guess. Visorak?
Whenua: Yeah. Or in their tongue, the stealers of life.
Onewa: Do they even have tongues? All I see are teeth!
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Crazy Credits

After the credits have past and the music stops, suddenly a short shot of an attacking Visorak spider can be seen, accompanied by the buzzsaw-like sound it makes. See more »

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Follows Bionicle: Mask of Light (2003) See more »

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Caught in a Dream
Written and produced by Morten Krog Helgesen
Performed by All Insane Kids
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Unity, Duty and Destiny
3 January 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Here it is, another fabulous movie of the Bionicle Series. The animation is fantastic, the characters admirable in different ways - a pleasure to watch again and again! The one thing I love about this movie, and all the Bionicle movies, is that they always come out with a cool story line, never repeated with the other movies. It's always original.

I love how it stays true to the books, and how it always stays close to the 'good over evil' back-bone story line. It's great for kids, but I'm a teenager and I love all the Bionicle movies! It's suitable for all ages, so why not just see it - it won't let you down.


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