The Straw Hat Pirates received an advertisement on a recreational island. The offers all looked promising, so they sailed to the island for an opportunity to kick back and relax from their ... See full summary »
The Straw Hat Pirates received an advertisement on a recreational island. The offers all looked promising, so they sailed to the island for an opportunity to kick back and relax from their journey across the Grand Line. The site of the resort looks like a dream come true. Only our heroes find themselves greeted by the head of the island: Baron Omatsuri. He asks all 7 of them to compete in a series of contests for their granted relaxation. Luffy accepts the challenge, and they all find this island to be not so average. There is however a mystery shrouded on the recreational paradise. Such as why are the Straw Hat Pirates the only tourists around? And why is Baron hold the only flower of the island? Written by
The StrawHat Pirates were invited to a Resort Island, owned by Baron Omatsuri. It was a great opportunity for everyone to take a brake from traveling the Grand Line. After a big welcoming from the locals. Our heroes found out that in order to have their relaxation on this island. They must pass a few contests offered by the locals. The whole island has a mystery to it. As Luffy encounters a mysterious man, Chopper encounters a family, & Robin who noticed that there aren't an flowers populated on the island.
This movie's theme separates itself from the other One Piece titles. As the story to it is more grim like. And the animation gives the characters a new style. There are a lot of good scenes in this flick. Including violence, comedy, and suspense. Most of the characters in this movie a unusual. It may not look too much like the TV series. But it's still One Piece.
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