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Ultraman Mebius and Ultra Brothers (2006)

Urutoraman Mebiusu ando Urutora kyôdai (original title)
A coalition of some of the galaxy's most ruthless alien monsters have joined forces to conquer Earth. They are however opposed by the heroic "warrior of light" Ultraman Mebius from Nebula M... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Jiro Dan ...
Mitsuko Hoshi
Shunji Igarashi ...
Aiko Ito ...
Jinguuji Aya
Susumu Kurobe ...
Kôji Moritsugu ...
Dan Moroboshi / Ultra Seven
Keiji Takamine ...
Hokuto Seiji / Ultraman Ace
Jinguuji Takuto


A coalition of some of the galaxy's most ruthless alien monsters have joined forces to conquer Earth. They are however opposed by the heroic "warrior of light" Ultraman Mebius from Nebula M-78 who is the current successor to a long line of super powered "Ultra Brothers" who have protected the Earth from monster attacks for 40 years. The giant aliens resurrect the monstrous "super monster" U-Killer (Ultra Killer) Zarus, who was defeated by the Ultra Brothers in the early 80s and now lies dormant in Kobe Bay, Japan. Unable to defeat their combined might, Ultraman Mebius is defeated by the aliens but is soon rescued by six of his Ultra Brothers who have returned to action after nearly twenty years of retirement. Written by James Maruyama

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16 September 2006 (Japan)  »

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40th Anniversary Movie celebrating the Ultraman TV series and all its subsequent sequels, movies and specials. See more »

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A Nutshell Review: Ultraman Mebius & Ultraman Brothers
2 July 2007 | by (Singapore) – See all my reviews

I grew up watching Ultraman on television, so much so that back then I can sing the theme song, in Japanese (of course not knowing exactly what it meant)! With so many variations on the Ultra heroes, it's actually quite easy for a kid to follow, with each episode having a different ugly monster wreck havoc on Earth (ok, make that Japan), and each time Ultra- whoever will transform himself, do battle through his kung-fu moves, until that red light on his chest blinks as an indication to stop monkeying around, and then he finishes the monster with his signature moves.

Ah, nostalgia! But what I did like about Ultraman, was indeed the intricate modelling done on the landscapes of Japan, and how they get so painfully destroyed by the monster imitating Gojira, or when our hero is on the receiving end of a smackdown to the ground. And the special effects, though so dated today, were really captivating to a kid those days. I have many fond memories of my collection of Ultraman figurines, which somehow mysteriously disappeared after cousins came visiting one afternoon many years back. Over the years, especially after television stopped airing updated episodes, Ultraman faded, but always had a special place inside my heart.

There were the new versions of late, what with Ultraman Tiga, Dyna and what have yous. I found their design to be un-Ultraman like, especially with their shades of blue. Watching some episodes didn't trigger my interest, so I did not pick up from where I left off. However, in celebration of 40 years since the creation of the very first Ultraman, a new movie (only released in disc format here) was spotted on the shelves, that of a certain Ultraman Mebius. While I thought his colour scheme was right, and the new kid on the block very nicely designed and pleasing to the eye, what caught my interest was the words "Ultraman Brothers", and in the same cover, you see the heroes of old, including Ultraman, Ultraman Jack, Ultraseven, and Ultraman Ace, together with Ultraman Taro and Ultraman Zoffy. Wow! But the barebones DVD coupled with its unattractive price put me off for a bit, until I saw a preview of it being shown on the television of an electronics shop.

And I was sold!

I bought the DVD, and rarely do I pop it into the player immediately (I still have stacks of DVDs unwatched), but I did for this one. And I loved it tremendously, nevermind the kiddish plot and central theme of "the power of confidence can give you courage" kinda fortune cookie sayings.

For the uninitiated (as if I was an expert), Yi Lai is in the GUYS formation, one of those world wide policemen with snazzy equipment and vehicles to combat monsters that invade earth, but almost without a doubt never using such firepower given the presence of Ultraman. Yi Lai is Ultraman Mebius, and when called upon, he has this transformation device attached to his wrist to being him up to size. Mebius is quite athletic, and has a range of powers which this movie will introduce you to, coupled with a streak of green in his level of experience. After all, Mebius had selected to come to earth because he wanted to find out whatever happened to his brothers Ultraman, Jack, Ace and Seven.

The quartet had been living a life of seclusion of sorts in their human form, sacrificing their ability to transform in order to imprison a vicious monster. And you know what the best part is? The filmmakers got the ORIGINAL human actors to portray their aged counterparts, and fused some montage shots from their resp ective series of yesteryears! You just cannot get any more cooler or more authentic than that! Pure nostalgia flowing I tell you! And this lends some weight when the quartet had to counsel Yi Lai and dispense some tips and tricks to our new rookie protector of earth - we've been there, and done that!

Not to spoil the story (which isn't much anyway), the action sequences are to die for. Fans will recognize our respective heroes' signature killer moves, and after 40 years, CGI has crept into the movie in the depiction of our heroes' battles against the monsters, but that is not to say it's forgetting its man-in-a-rubber-suit heritage. You get the best of both worlds combined, with close-ups and more physical stunts done by stuntmen, and the more fantastical, in flight action rendered through computer graphics. It's pure eye-candy, and one which you're definite to watch on repeat!

This is a recommended must watch for all Ultraman fans out there, and I'm already eyeing the original series boxset which is currently still priced beyond my reach. Tears will flow when I watch those episodes I tell you! And Mebius does seem interesting enough for me to want to follow his exploits. So if anyone out there wanna get my a gift for whatever occasion, you probably know what to get me now, don't you? :P

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