When the evil Yo-Kai Kin, Gin, and Do steal the Yo-Kai Watch from Keita one night so they can help their master Tokio Ubaune prevent humans and Yo-Kai from being friends, Keita finds help ...
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When a giant flying whale suddenly appears over Sakura New Town and its sound is heard the Yo-Kai undergo a transformation. The characters soon realize that as a result they have become ... See full summary »
When the evil Yo-Kai Kin, Gin, and Do steal the Yo-Kai Watch from Keita one night so they can help their master Tokio Ubaune prevent humans and Yo-Kai from being friends, Keita finds help in the Yo-Kai Fuyunyan, who takes Keita, Whisper, and Jibanyan back in time 60 years to when the Yo-Kai Watch was first invented by Keita's own grandfather Keizo while he was a boy. Together, the two boys fight Tokio Ubaune and her evil Kaima Yo-Kai minions to save the world from her evil plans.
I love this movie! To be honest with you, I don't really like the Yo- Kai Watch show but this movie really is clever. First, the jokes. They can be clever, like Moxismus and the bear or cringeworthy humor like the fart by the old lady. Second, the plot. Even if you don't know the plot of the show, you can still watch it and get it. The plot is that Nate loses his Yo-Kai Watch and needs to get it back by time- traveling. It really does feel like a gripping movie. And the stories about the characters are great. There was a really dark backstory for the villain that I will not mention but it was handled with maturity and I like it. Even if you aren't too interested in the Yo-Kai Watch show, you'll find enjoyment in this movie.
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