Yu Yu Hakusho: The Movie

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Yusuke Urameshi, despite his bad reputation, dies in a rather noble fashion -- in the midst of saving a child's life. Once in the spirit world, however, Yusuke finds himself in another bind when his name isn't the Book of Emma; the official record of how and when an individual dies. Despite admitting fault on their end, Yusuke isn't allowed to return to the living world until he completes a series of tasks for the other side in his unique half-dead, half-living state.
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Yusuke Urameshi, despite his bad reputation, dies in a rather noble fashion -- in the midst of saving a child's life. Once in the spirit world, however, Yusuke finds himself in another bind when his name isn't the Book of Emma; the official record of how and when an individual dies. Despite admitting fault on their end, Yusuke isn't allowed to return to the living world until he completes a series of tasks for the other side in his unique half-dead, half-living state.
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Special Features

Art gallery; Character profiles; Trailers; English & Japanese with English subtitles; DVD-ROM features: art gallery, cast & production, credits and more
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/8/2002
  • UPC: 719987225022
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  • Source: US MANGA CORPS VIDEO
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Vistavision (1.66:1)
  • Presentation: Letterbox
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: DVD

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. The Storm [4:32]
2. Poltergeist Report [:11]
3. Guide to the Worlds [11:53]
4. First Battle [8:07]
5. Elemental Sites [10:40]
6. Power Sphere [11:21]
7. Kurama's Showdown [9:46]
8. 3rd Eye Blind [8:00]
9. Botan's Sacrifice [6:50]
10. Spirit Gun [6:19]
11. Power Conversion [6:10]
12. Final Battle [2:36]
13. Epilogue [2:28]
14. Japanese Credits [3:57]
15. English Credits [1:21]
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Side #1 --
   Languages
      English
      Japanese With English Subtitles
   Play Program
   Pick a Scene
   Special Features
      Art Gallery
      Meet the Reporters
         Yusuke
         Kuwahara
         Hinageshi
         Hiei
         Kurama
      Big Apple Anime Fest
      Trailer
   DVD-ROM
   Sneak Peeks
      Play Them All
      Project A-Ko
      M.D. Geist
      Harmagedon
      Now and Then, Here and There
      The Ping Pong Club
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Urgh

    I really enjoy the series(have every episode on dvd), but this movie is really a let down if you're expecting the good animation, voice acting, and humor that the tv series contains. The dubbing is bad enough to throw off certain parts of the film, the voice actors are different(and not as talented), and finally... they infuse each line with melodramatic pauses and overcompensated emotion. If you're a really big fan... rent it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    SUKE!!!!!!!

    This is so cool! I mean, evrything's great. the music, the violence,EVERYTHING!though...there is a long part thats supposed to draw tension, i sorta found it tedious at that part, but it had major graphics!kuwabara sounds smart, hiei is hiei[you know, fooling the bad guy into thinking he's hypnotized then detroys them, the usual hiei thing], Kurama is cuter and smarter than ever, and Yusuke is being his usual punkish self.he's even going OD in this movie!though...if u've never seen the series, ud think that yusuke love botan cuz there's a part wen kayko gets knock down some stairs and botan was yeah, unconsious.yusuke goes over to BOTAN.all i had to say was "WTF???WAT ABOUT KAYKO YOU PLAYER!"so evry1 get this straight, he luvs kayko, not botan.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    It's...awesome. Period.

    Just what the YYH fans need! The art is beautiful, story and plot easy and fun to follow, and butt-kicking action to back it up. We follow Yusuke and the team as he races to prevent the taking of the Human World (again), and unexpected obstacles happens along the way-Kurama has deja vu with an old friend, Hiei nearly killed of his own teammates, and the final strike is just...cooooooooooool. O.o And Kaiba fans might be interest in the fact that his voice actor, Eric Stuart, plays the voice of Koenma and the villian Kuronue. Don't miss this!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Yuske to the resuce

    This was a fantastic movie. The action, the blood, the cursing, what all anime should be. It has all the characters from the series including Hiei, kurama, Kuwabara, and ofcourse, our favorite Yuske. This movie is about the demons from the netherworld who wants to take over the human world as their domain. But as usual it's up to Yuske to save the day. So basically this movie is so good you'd want to watch it again and again.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Ghost Fighter Scares Up A Great Review

    Yusuke does it again! He saves the Human World from evil demons, and still has time to miss school. Yusuke and his team of Spirit Detectives are called into battle by Lord Koenma to distroy the Neither World before they find the Elemental Dragons and kill all humans. In the end, Yusuke uses his Spirit Gun, and the World is saved. You meet some funny new characters and have a great time cheering for the good guys!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Yu Yu Hakusho movie-at last!

    This movie offers anyone who has heard of but not watched the series a chance to find out what it's all about.Teenage boy Yuske Uremeshi dies unexpectantly and has to try to return to the living world.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Yu Yu Hakusho: The Movie

    I know it doesn't sound interesting to most people. The title is most likely to catch a viewers attention. It may be animated, and look like only a kid would dare to watch it, but why would it be in Blockbuster with the label 'Youth Restricted'? A fan of Yu Yu Hakusho's Adult Swim version would like this movie. There is violence, bloodshed...And some mouthdroppings. I've watched it plenty. I'm a fan of the TV series, and watched this movie plenty of times to tell a good review. The voice acting is good, and there is plenty of action to go around. If you're under 13, I wouldn't recommend watching it...That's all I have to say. Although, I'm 12, and was allowed to watch it...I think it's up to the parents. My mother checked with the Blockbuster people to see if they thought it wasn't bloody...So there may not be much bloodshed....But still, there's plenty of action...I gave this movie four stars because, since I've seen the TV series, I was able to compare the two. I found the voice actors were completely different people, and the animation wasn't the greatest compared to the animation in the Dark Tournament episodes. I also expected the movie to be longer than 90 minutes. Poltergeist Report is about how the Spirit World is covered in water, and you can't see King Enma's castle. Koenma hands his loyal servent, Botan, an orb called the Power Sphere before he supposedly drowns in the chamber. Botan rides off on her oar to get to the Human World to give Yusuke the Power Sphere to keep it protected. The power of the sphere overwhelms her on the way. While it's storming in the Spirit World, and Botan's riding off, lightning strikes her down. She manages to make it to Sarayashiki Jr. High, Yusuke's school, where she falls into his arms-because he's cutting class, of course. Keiko then finds Yusuke, where he hands her Botan and she brings her friend to Genkai's Temple. It is there that Botan is taken care of. Meanwhile, with the only clue he has, Yusuke fetches his friend, Kazuma Kuwabara, and the two begin to hunt down a spirit guide by the name of Hinageshi. A scream clues the two man team into going over a building. They find the girl running from a hword of demons who are after her. Of course, Yusuke and Kuwabara defeat the demons and save Hinageshi. From there, they all go to Genkai's temple and discover what has happened to their beloved Spirit World from Kurama's knowledge from a recent visit. They later find out the cause for the Spirit World's destruction is because of a certain evil force that's trying to ressurrect their world's destruction ages ago. Kuwabara, Yusuke, Kurama, Hiei, and Hinageshi's mission is to save the elemental sites before it's too late. Who caused the Spirit World to flood? And will Yusuke, Kurama, Kuwabara, Hiei, and Hinageshi be able to stop this evil that's trying to take over the Earth?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Yu Yu Hakusho: The Movie

    It may have violence, cursing...But let me tell you...This was an awesome movie. I just happen to luck out on being able to rent it. I'm a huge anime fan, and I'd say plenty more, but I'm not going to...I'd end up telling the whole movie. Yusuke and his 3 friends, plus Hinageshi, have to save the Human World by sealing the four elemental sites before the Netherworld takes over the Human World to make it their new home world. Kuwabara runs out of Spirit Energy because he released it all to defeat an opponent. Kurama is supposedly betrayed by his old partner in crime, and his memories are toyed with...Let's just say his fight did not end pretty. Hiei is turned evil again, and nearly kills his team mates. And Yusuke fights for the sake of the Human World. Is this the end for the Human and Spirit World?

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