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Yu-Gi-Oh! Bonds Beyond Time (2010)

Gekijouban Yuugiou: Chouyuugou! Jikuu o koeta kizuna (original title)
After falling through a time-slip, Yusei Fudo (who has just had his powerful card stolen by a mysterious stranger) meets with Judai Yuki and Yugi Muto, who agree to help Yusei defeat the ... See full summary »

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Yusei Fudo (voice) (as Greg Abbey)
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Jaden Yuki (voice)
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Yugi Moto / Yami Yugi (voice)
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Paradox / Professor Viper (voice)
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Jack Atlas (voice) (as Ed Paul)
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Crow Hogan (voice)
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Akiza Izinski / Dark Magician Girl (voice) (as Bella Hudson)
Eileen Stevens ...
Luna / Leo / Yubel (voice)
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Lyman Banner / Solomon Moto (voice)
Darren Dunstan ...
Maximillion Pegasus (voice)
Yuya Miyashita ...
Fudô Yûsei (voice) (as Yûya Miyashita)
Kenichiro Ohashi ...
Yûki Jûdai (voice) (as Kenn)
Shunsuke Kazama ...
Yugi Muto / The Pharaoh (voice)
Atsushi Tamura ...
Paradox (voice)
Takanori Hoshino ...
Jakku Atorasu (voice)
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After falling through a time-slip, Yusei Fudo (who has just had his powerful card stolen by a mysterious stranger) meets with Judai Yuki and Yugi Muto, who agree to help Yusei defeat the evil Paradox, who is planning to destroy Pegasus before he can invent Duel Monsters. Written by Anime News Network

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Yugi, Solomon Muto and Pegasus are the only three characters from the original series to appear in both movies. See more »

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After Yugi uses Kuriboh to absorb Paradox's attack, Jaden is the one who points out Stardust Dragon's effect. Stardust Dragon is a card that belongs to Yusei and did not exist while Jaden was a duelist, therefore Jaden should have no knowledge of that card's effects. See more »

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Better than the first movie
29 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

Compared to the first movie it is decent. The only downside is when watching the English dub is the extra 15 minutes added to the beginning is just a recap of all 3 TV series which isn't really needed. It's just kinda there for the sake of parents being forced to watch it with their kids and so they can have an understanding of what they are watching and is also there for anyone that hasn't watched all 3 series. The movie itself is a decent run time it doesn't drag on too long. The animation is a big improvement to the TV series and the first movie. English dub has it's moments of cheesy dialogue but nothing too terrible. The plot of the movie however is like watching an anime adaptation of a fanfiction however still worth watching


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