Ash Ketchum from Pallet Town is 10 years old today. This means he is now old enough to become a Pokémon Trainer. Ash dreams big about the adventures he will experience after receiving his first Pokémon from Professor Oak.
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There is a large amount of unrelated clips played after the credits - including the start up screens from the original Game Boy title as well as stories about Giovanni (boss of Team Rocket) and Gary defeating the Elite 4. See more »
As someone who watched Pokemon from the start until the third movie and played the first two generations of the game, this was an interesting take on the first few episodes of the Pokemon TV series. It finally lets us see what could have happened when Ash saw Ho-Oh at the end of that first episode.
I didn't appreciate the inclusion of all of the gen 3+ Pokemon, as I don't think they really fit into that first episode sort of timeline of the show. I would have preferred them stick to the actual plot of the original episodes, but focusing on Ash's sidequest to encounter Ho-Oh, rather than including characters and Pokemon that didn't exist at that time. They should have used Brock and Misty, and it would have been nice if they had made the Ho-Oh encounter take place at the Burned Tower (the actual place in the game), and set the movie at that point in the Pokemon timeline.
Pointless, negligible inclusion of Team Rocket, however I always found them annoying anyway so I don't mind having their inclusion as minimal as possible here.
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