Gekijôban poketto monsutâ: Daiyamondo & pâru purachina - Aruseusu chôkoku no jikû e
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Pokémon: Arceus and the Jewel of Life (2009) More at IMDbPro »Gekijôban poketto monsutâ: Daiyamondo & pâru purachina - Aruseusu chôkoku no jikû e (original title)

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There are lots of pokemon battles that cause destruction in a wide variety of areas, but no physical violence.

Marcus and Ash briefly tussle over the Jewel of Life.

When Marcus and Sheena are having dinner, wine can be seen on the table.

Arceus may scare younger viewers.

The scene where Arceus is dying is very sad.



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