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I guess we've reached the point where it's becoming redundant in the Pokémon movies. I am a self described huge fan of the series and want to see all the many movies. Of course, I just want to see all the movies of really anything nowadays. This pokemon movie is one of the weirdest. It isn't until sixteen minutes that we see the main characters actually take some action! In a film that's really short, that's a major flaw. We are introduced to Keldeo, the pokemon that wants to defeat Kyurem who it can become a member of the Sword of Justice.
It was weird seeing a movie that actually had five talking pokemon in it! Honestly, it came off as pretty awkward. It looked more like I was watching "Digimon". Keldeo was just fighting another pokemon for the fun of it, so it was really lacking tension. I mean, the other sword of justice members do relatively little throughout the entire film. Everything is too rushed in its short running time. Iris and Cilan don't have much purpose. At least I could learn more about the pokemon of that generation. I lost count after the first 500! I guess I like Keldeo as a character and the animation is really nice, but it just seemed mostly pointless and didn't really bring anything new to the pokemon franchise. The other movies are much better. **
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