On his Pokémon Journey, Jimmy meets his old friend, Marina, at a Pokémon Center. The two of them, later teaming up with Vincent, discover and attempt to foil an attempt by Hun and Attila to steal Raikou.
The tragic story of how Dr. Fuji became a Team Rocket scientist and created Mewtwo. This is a prologue to the "Mewtwo Returns" special (internationally); originally a prologue to the "Mewtwo Strikes Back" movie (Japan only).
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On a far-off planet, a Kingdom tries to launch the planet's first manned spacecraft. This ten year old project not only faces funding and technical problem, but also is subject to political conspiracy and the neighboring Republic's aggression. It's all up to Shilo, the first spaceman to be, his friends and their faith to make the space program a success.Written by
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Bandai gave Gainax ¥800 million for the film. See more »
Here's the pilot. Does he get a say in any of this?
And what is YOUR opinion?
I'd kinda like to live a while, so I vote for the safest way.
Bah! Undue concern.
Oh, minor detail.
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The DVD release contains a deleted scene featuring Shiro and one of his friends talking about a bottled drink he likes. See more »
Meticulously constructed alternate world makes for one of my favorite movies
The only way I can describe how this film makes me feel is to compare it to a child watching My Neighbor Totoro. It is animation but not quite what you see everyday. It has a plot but it has subtle and even hidden depth.
To me this film is so good that it ceases to be "just anime" to become film art in the truest sense: it conjures up an imaginary world and makes it real, people have troubles and tribulations and we identify with them, everything comes to conclusion and we are changed by it and for the better.
For people think this is just sunday network cartoons two hours long I recommend watching this alongside Apollo 13 and/or Forrest Gump and try to find the analogies, you'll be surprised.
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