‘Pokemon The Movie: The Power of Us’ Review

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Features the voices of: James Carter Cathcart, Laurie Hymes, Michele Knotz, Eddy Lee, Sarah Natochenny, Lisa Ortiz, Ikue Ôtani, Jake Paque, Haven Paschall, Billy Bob Thompson | Written by Aya Takaha, Eiji Umehara | Directed by Tetsuo Yajima

Directed by Tetsuo Yajima, Pokémon The Movie: The Power of Us is the second film in the rebooted anime film series and the 21st Pokémon released in total. Brightly animated and filled with upbeat messages, it’s safe to say that fans of the franchise won’t be disappointed, though newcomers may find themselves a little lost.

The plot centres on Risa (Laurie Hymes), a schoolgirl who visits her younger brother in hospital and agrees to attend an island-based Wind Festival on his behalf, in order to catch a rare Pokémon. On arrival, Risa meets a number of other characters, including: heroic Pokémon trainer Ash (Sarah Natochenny) and his adorable sidekick Pikachu (Ikue Ôtani
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