Pokémon the Movie: 2000

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The internationally popular toy, comic book, and video game characters who stormed the big screen in the surprise hit Pokemon: The First Movie are back in this Japanese anime feature. Lawrence III, who collects the elusive creatures known as Pokemon, will become the greatest Pokemon trainer on Earth if he can capture and tame Lugia, a huge Pokemon of the sea. Lugia's powers are so great that they could destroy the world if they fell into the wrong hands, so lead trainer Ash and his friends must stop Lawrence's ...
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The internationally popular toy, comic book, and video game characters who stormed the big screen in the surprise hit Pokemon: The First Movie are back in this Japanese anime feature. Lawrence III, who collects the elusive creatures known as Pokemon, will become the greatest Pokemon trainer on Earth if he can capture and tame Lugia, a huge Pokemon of the sea. Lugia's powers are so great that they could destroy the world if they fell into the wrong hands, so lead trainer Ash and his friends must stop Lawrence's dangerous quest before it's too late. Pokemon the Movie: 2000 was originally released in Japan in 1999 under the title Poketto monsutaa: Maboroshi no Pokemon X: Lugia Bakudan, which translates as "Pocket Monsters The Movie: The Phantom Pokemon: Lugia's Explosive Birth." The U.S. release of Pokemon the Movie: 2000 was paired with a short subject, Pikachu's Rescue Adventure.
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Barnes & Noble - Patricia Kim O'Cone
The cartoon sensation that spawned the pocket monster revolution is back in this sequel to the first hit feature. This time around, Ash and the gang do battle against the Collector, a greedy Pokémon trainer whose master plan threatens the very balance of the world. Deviating from Pokémon's typical Saturday-morning format, the film creates a stunning cinematic experience, interspersing cartoon fare with amazing computer-generated imagery, in addition to suspense, emotion, and character development not usually found in the television program. A strong child hero, ten-year-old Ash Ketchum remains remarkably poised after being chosen as savior of the world, and parents will appreciate the ideals he learns: Believe not only in your own power but also in the power of friendship and teamwork, which is often found in the most unlikely places -- in this case, archfoes Team Rocket. Pokémon: The Movie 2000 also features an entertaining musical short, "Pikachu's Rescue Adventure."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/14/2000
  • UPC: 085391862031
  • Original Release: 1999
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Veronica Taylor Voice Only
Rachael Lillis Voice Only
Addie Blaustein Voice Only
Eric Stuart Voice Only
Ed Paul Voice Only
Michelle Goguen Voice Only
Eric Rath Voice Only
Neil Stewart Voice Only
Ikue Otani Voice Only
Ted Lewis Voice Only
Technical Credits
Michael Haigney Director, Screenwriter
Kunihiko Yuyama Director
Kathy Borland Associate Producer
Jay Film Editor
Norman J. Grossfeld Producer, Screenwriter
Masamitsu Hidaka Asst. Director
Hiroshi Ishikawa Associate Producer
Alfred R. Kahn Executive Producer
Katsuyoshi Kanemura Art Director
Takashi Kawaguchi Executive Producer
Takaaki Kii Associate Producer
Masakazu Kubo Executive Producer
John Loeffler Score Composer
Jim Malone Casting
Yukako Matsusako Producer
Takemoto Mori Producer
Jyuji Nakamura Sound/Sound Designer
Nobumasa Sawabe Associate Producer
Ralph Schuckett Score Composer
Hisao Shirai Cinematographer
Takeshi Shudo Screenwriter
Norihiko Sudo Asst. Director
Paul Taylor Translator
Hiroaki Tsuru Associate Producer
Peter Waggoner Sound/Sound Designer
Katsuhito Yamauchi Associate Producer
Noriyuki Yoshida Associate Producer
Choji Yoshikawa Producer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Aaaaaaaaaaah, so good

    I think this one has something more that the other Pokémon movies are missing, but I don't know what....... Anyway, for all you people who think Pokémon is wimpy and for toddlers and no one else, you're wrong. This movie is complex and awesome! I like the subtle under tone of Misty's jealousy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    What, Only One Review?

    I'm stunned to find only one other review about this movie, so many years after its release. In my opinion, this is the best Pokemon movie to date, and I have them all through Celebi, as well as a vast collection of the TV series. The story itself sells the movie, but the cinemagraphics ice the cake. There are many computer generated scenes interspersed with the animation, which makes for exciting viewing. My favourites, Team Rocket, have much more than a cameo in the plot, and they actually are actively involved with assisting Ash in saving the world. It's great family entertainment.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Catch 'em all!!!

    This movie was really well dubbed. Whoever did it is really good. There was no extra lip flap. I also like the computer animation. Go Ash!

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