Takato, Rika, and the Tamers are back for another adventure. This time a Digimon train called Locomon is running out of control around the city and no one knows who's controlling it or how to stop it. This charged up choo-choo is moving so quickly, it creates a digital zone in the middle of Downtown, putting the entire city in jeopardy.Written by
Mary Elizabeth McGlynn
Rika sings "Promise" which was written by John Majkut. See more »
For the English dub, Riley is credited to Tifanie Christun, who played her in the main series. In actuality, Philece Sampler stood in for her (as well as Bridget Hoffman), as revealed by correspondence with production staff. See more »
This Digimon film is the better of the two Tamers films. It has an exciting pace and is quite action-packed. It includes all of the characters but doesn't feel messy. It even gives Yamaki something important to do! The only bad thing is some botched character development that seems to intrude on the pacing.
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