Jirachi Wish Maker Movie Synopsis Part 2

By TokoyamiTheDark

Millenium Comet Day #1

Ash, May and Brock looks at the sky and get dissapointed that the sky is getting cloudy. Max talks with his crystal, when sudently, everyone stares at the sky, seeing the clouds fading away. Brock talks how about the world can change in a thousand years. The clouds then go off, revealing the Millenium Comet. Max is asleep with the crystal in his arms. May then starts singing her mother’s lullaby (which is actually the Japanese Ending theme of the movie). As Max sleeps, the crystal glows, goes off Max’s hands then float in the air. Then, a mysterious light surrounds it, and Jirachi appears!

Max introduce everyone to Jirachi. Diane then comes and Ash tells him that the prophecy was true. Diane tells them to pass the night in her bus. Inside, Max asks about wishes, then want snacks. At first, everyone said Jirachi can’t grant wishes until Ash saw a bag of potato chips on Max’s legs. Then, more and more snacks appears, filling the whole bus! The doors then open, with Diane with Butler coming and asking what happened. Max tells them he wished for candy, and hid wish came true! Diane picks up some cheese puffs, look at them then says those are the same from the snack-bar. Butler then tells this happened because Jirachi can teleports things away from space-time.

For a few seconds, we can see the snack-bar owner yelling he’s ruined because of a Pokemon. May then gets irate and blames Max for this. Ashamed, he asks what should he and Jirachi should do. Brock suggest teleporting the candy back to the store where they came from. If Jirachi was able to get the candies from the store, it could also teleport them back there. May yells at Jirachi to ‘get rid of the problem’. Jirachi agrees, but fot its point of view, ‘the problem’ to get rid of was May, not the snacks! It teleports May in the load of snacks, and falls asleep. Butler tells Max that Jirachi is simply regenerating itself, as it won’t dissapear until the next week, when the comet will be gone. Ash, Brock and May then brings back the candies back to the store by themselves.

Millenium Comet Day #2

Ash and Brocks are now Butler’s new clowns for a while. Max goes to the amusement park with Jirachi and have fun the whole day. At twilight, Absol can be seen rushing to the park. May folds the ‘Day 2 of the Wishing Star’ while she’s carrying something heavy, but his a leg of wood. Jirachi then steals Max’s glasses, and runs after it. But Max hears an eerie sound coming from the mirror. The mirror breaks, revealing Absol! Absol runs after Max. May, seeing her brother in danger, summons Torchic, but its attacks does nothing to Absol. Butler then says that Absol only appears before a great tragedy.
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Jirachi Wish Maker Movie Synopsis Part 1

By TokoyamiTheDark

Ash and co. arrives at their destination, but the park isn’t open yet. So they decide to take a nap. Pikachu wakes up and hear trucks from a distance. It then wakes everyone up, as the workers are installing the attractions in the amusement park. A yellow pickup then parks on the side. A purple-haired man then come out with a briefcase. He then takes a magician stick and opens the briefcase. Pink balloons then magically come out of his briefcase, as he hit them with his stick. A woman then comes out with two fans and hit the balloons with them. Once all balloons are forming a circle, they pop up, and a huge tent is slowly created by the magician. Everyone stares at the magician, while Brock has his eyes on the woman.

The day after, Team Rocket, disguised as clowns, are handing off foldouts to everyone to announce ‘The Great Butler’s Magic Show’. Ash pick up one of the foldouts, and recalls that the foldout features the magician they saw last night, creating the tent. So The scene then shows up to Butler, the purple-haired magician, putting his white hat on an empty table. He then slaps the hat with his stick, and when he takes off the hat, a Kirlia appears under the hat! Butler then calls on his Mightyena for another trick. Butler seals back Kirlia, puts a red cloth over it, then burns it off.

Out of the smoke comes Diane, Butler’s assistant, carrying a crystal. Brock applauses, and say that bein a magician will be his career for making women appear. Shine rays come out of the crystal, and Max suddently hears a voice. The voice tells him that ‘it’ is sealed inside the crystal. Max rushes to the scene, followed by Ash. Butler then claims their arrival was in an imprecable timing for his next trick, the ‘Burning Box’. Clowns then carry the box and put Ash and Max in it. Diane encourages them, and tells that Ash,Max and Pikachu arefellow magicians, and will escape the box before it explodes.

Butler summons Dusclops, who slowly apporach the box. Dusclops then fires on the box but before it does so, Ash and Max are transported away by a machine under the stadium. Butler says not only did they fled from the box, but also teleported to the entrance of the dome! The flashlights then shows Ash, a little bit shy, as kids applause. However, Team Rocket came on to steal Pikachu, and to make a trick ‘making all Pokemon dissapear’. Butler does not get discouraged, as he has one more trick to do. Dusclops shoots a blue blob of fire that frees Pikachu and the other Pokemon. Dusclops’ last move is to throw dark flames at the Rockets’ montgolfier. Everyone applause loudly. After the show, Max asks Butler and Diane about the crystal, and they respond by saying a Pokemon named Jirachi awakens once every 1000 years, and is sleeping inside the crystal, which acts like a cocoon.

To wake up Jirachi, the gem need 2 things ; The Millenium Comet and… a best friend chosen by destiny. Max happens to be the chosen one, so Diane gives him the crystal. At twilight, May buys a Wish Maker, a sacred item that can grant one wish when its panels are closed while facing the Millenium Comet. The gang then se pretty fireworks being unleashed, and Max tells Jirachi to look at the Pokemon-shaped fireworks. The Millenium Comet is soon gonna be visible to everyone’s eyes…

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Pokemon Movie Synopsis & Review Part 4 – Mewtwo Strikes Back

By TokoyamiTheDark

While the rolling carpet carries away PokeBalls in front of Team Rocket, they see Ash wounded on the carpet, then running after the last ball containing his precious Pikachu. Dozens of metallic robotic arms grabs the ball, but Ash struggles so much that he ‘s breaking the machine itself! Ash finally broke free with his Pikachu who rushes in its friend’s arms. The clones then get out of their tubes while Ash wonder where are the originals.

Suddenly, the machine explode, revealing all PokeBalls that contains the Pokemon that Mewtwo stole. Squirtle and Bulbasaur get back to Ash, who is determined to stop Mewtwo once and for all. The clones join Mewtwo while Ash gets out with every Pokemon. Mewtwo sends Ash flying but lands on a pink bubble, leaving Mewtwo surprised.

Mew then comes and pops the bubble then giggles, create a new bubble to bounde on it, but get blasted away by a Shadow Ball attack!

Everyone whder what Mew is exactly, and Mewtwo stated that even if it was cloned from Mew, it is far better and superior to the original. They battle for a short time, then returns to the Pokemon armies. Mewtwo blocks the powers of the Pokemon and clones alike so it would prove his clones are far much better. Mewtwo battles with Mew during this time while every Pokemon fights against their clones… even Pikachu has a clone, but refuses to fight it! The Pokemon are battling until death thanks to Mewtwo who wants to proves how his super-clones are.
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Pokemon Movie Synopsis & Review part 3 – Mewtwo Strikes Back

By TokoyamiTheDark

As the lights turns off, the Master is coming in a bright blue light and reveals itself to be… Mewtwo! Fergus gets irate and states that a Pokemon can’t be a Pokemon trainer. Mewtwo then uses its psychic powers to toss Fergus in the fountain. Fergus orders Gyarados to attack and use Hyper Beam, but Mewtwo deflects the attack back at Gyarados, who’s sent flying straight in the pool! Mewtwo then tells its assistant that it no longer needs her. The lady falls under Brock’s arms and turns out to be Nurse Joy!!! Mewtwo tells Brock how he abducted her a month ago, and for which purposes.

During this time, Team Rocket gets in a room that looks like a laboratory. There are three Pokemon in tubes that seems either dead or asleep. Jessie accidently sits on a button activating a video showing the cloning processus about Mewtwo. While they’re watching, pincers grabs Meowth and puts him on a rolling machine! Jessie and James manages to get Meowth out, but not before the machine takes a few hair out of Meowth’s tail. On a screen, the hair is show, transforming into a 3D render of Meowth, and, a moment later, the tubes get something new ; a new Meowth!!! Getting back to the tape, the Rockets watch everything getting destroyed in the past and the tape ends after.
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Pokemon Movie Synopsis & Review part 2 – Mewtwo Strikes Back

By TokoyamiTheDark

Meanwhile, a Fearow with a camera films everything out, and a lady asks her master if she should send an invitation to Ash and the gang. Her master agrees, so she sends out her Dragonite who flies over the picnic table and hands out the invitation letter to Ash. He replies ‘YES’ then Dragonite picks up back the letter, then flies away, only to be stopped by Team Rocket with a frying pan. It drops the invitation letter and Team Rocket seems to want to go, too…

Ash and the gang arrives at Marina, only to find out that the ferry has been canceled due to a tremendous storm! Some trainers still insist on going when a blue-haired lady tells a legend ; tears of Pokemon would bring back to life people who died during the night of the storm. Even though some trainers are still insisting, the Officier Jenny tells them another bad thing ; Nurse Joy is missing since more than a month, and, as a result, the Pokemon Center has shut down! But still, 3 roughneck trainers decide to go to New Island using their Pokemon, Corey uses Pidgeot (and later re-appears with a Fearow, another movie mistake), Fergus rides on Gyarados while Neesha is carried by her Dewgong. Ash realizes he has no Pokemon who could do the job…until a mysterious Viking boat appears.

The Vikings carry Ash and the gang to New Island, but a wave splashes on them, and the Vikings turned out to be Team Rocket! Ash and Misty sends out Squirtle and Staryu for the rest of the trip to New Island, and does so by going underwater. After a while, they finally arrives at New Island…
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Pokemon Movie Synopsis & Review Part 1 – Mewtwo Strikes Back

By TokoyamiTheDark

***NOTE : This part was cut from the International Version, but was re-introduced in the 1st Movie DVD and in Mewtwo Returns***

August 6th : In a jungle, scientists are in search for a fossil of Mew, a Pokemon hailed as a god by an ancient Mayan civilisation. Mew was thought to be long extinct, but it is actually very much alive. the scientists then discovers an eyelid that belonged to Mew. This was enough to create Mewtwo, who was still in a larval stage. Communicating with the other clones, Mewtwo makes friends, especially with Ambertwo (Amber was her real name), who died as a child in a fire.

There was also clones of her Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle, but Charmander slowly dissapears, then Squirtle. In the lab, the scientists declares another cloning failure while one of the scientists worry about her daughter. Bulbasaur dissapears…and so is Ambertwo. Mewtwo’s brain waves then gets out of control, as it wants Ambertwo back. As a result, its memory is wiped out, and the scene switches on 10 years later.

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Pokemon Jirachi Wishmaker Review

By Carl00456

Pokemon Jirachi Wishmaker introduced the mysterious Pokemon Jirachi with its ability to grant wishes. The movie starts off with Ash, Max and May on a journey to a new town. They quickly find out that there’s a magic show on and decide to watch it. The magic show looked great. The animation was fluid and it provided me with some entertainment, wishing that it could be real. Team Rocket has a few appearances but mostly end up being a joke. I was, once again, captured by the introduction explaining about the wide range of Pokemon and showing off the scenery in the Pokemon World.

I found that the characters could become slightly annoying at times, especially Max. The story is good but it drags at time, and is quite predictable. I did enjoy a few moments in the story, like when Max wished for candy and sweets and the truck that he is in overflows with it. The story has a few twists and turns to it, but nothing major. I thought the English dub was bad at time, with the character’s lips becoming out of sync or voices not fitting a certain character. I did not enjoy this movie as much as others as I found the plot to be weak and most of it is stretched so it can fit a one and a half hour time space. The music is okay and it fits the certain event or place that it needs to. There is a part in the story that includes a machine made to look like a Groudon that looks visually stunning. It actually would look kind of scary if it existed.
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The Legendary Pokemon Mew

By Stephanie Sartain

Mew is a rarely seen Pokemon that many believe it’s just a mirage. However this is not the case. Mew is hard to obtain in the games without cheating or getting it from an event. However in the earlier Pokemon games it was possible to obtain Mew through a glitch. In this glitch several things had to be done before Mew would appear. For this glitch you must be in Cerulean City.

First you need either a Wigglytuff or a Butterfree knowing Sleep Powder. Second you must go and capture an Abra.
Third you had to walk up to the guy on the side next to the nugget bridge then press start then have Abra use teleport.
Fourth go and battle the guy with the Slowpoke making sure he walks up to you.
Fifth after the battle have Abra teleport you again.
Finally walk up nugget bridge your menu will pop up hit save and then continue then Mew will appear at level seven proceed to catching it.

That was the way to get Mew in the older Pokemon games.

Mew has appeared in Pokemon movies and Pokemon special as well. Mew first appeared in the “Pokemon the First Movie” where it had an epic battle with its clone Mewtwo. Mew again appeared in another movie called “Lucario and the Mystery of Mew”. In this movie Mew lived in a tree that gave life to Mew. Mew also appeared in the Pokemon special “The Mastermind of Mirage Pokemon”. In this special Mew was a mirage Pokemon that help saved Ash and the gang sacrificing its life to do so.
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Pokemon : The 1st Movie, Mewtwo, Deoxys And MOTHER Similarities

By TokoyamiTheDark

It had come in my mind about a question among EarthBound fans are asking themselves. They think Mewtwo and Deoxys are too much like Giegue (Mewtwo) and E.V.E(Deoxys) in the Japan-only MOTHER game, whose sequel was released in the US with the name of “EarthBound” on the SNES. But what are exactly these hommages fans are taling about. First off, the Japanese movie’s name and the Japanese name of EarthBound : “Myuutsu no Gyaakushuu” and “Gigu no Gyaakushu”. The names are very similar, as both characters are counterattacking someone or something from their past. But now, let’s see the similarities of each character as well as the desing of the two MOTHER characters spoken about.

Giegue is a light blue alien with a vague ressemblance to Mewtwo, exept its ears are a lot bigger and has claws rather than ’round thumbs’ that Mewtwo has. Both have 3 fingers on their hands and 2 toes. He is the last boss of MOTHER and has a touching tale of birth.
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Pokemon Spell of the Unown Review

By Myntii

Warning: Contains many spoilers. Read at your own risk.

Spell of the Unown, known as Lord of the “Unknown” Tower in Japan, is a captivatingly beautiful masterpiece about a girl who just wants to be with her family. It was released in Japan on July 8, 2000 and debuted in North American theaters the following year on April 6. The movie opens with a heartwarming scene between Molly, a young girl and one of the main characters of the film, and her father reading a book about legendary Pokemon. Molly remarks that although Entei looks scary, he’s actually very powerful and protective, and thus reminds her of her father. Her father, Professor Spencer Hale, then picks her up and runs around the room, pretending to be Entei.

However, their time together is cut short as the professor receives a call from his colleague about the Unown, a species of legendary Pokemon that they have been researching, and rushes off. While researching a room covered in strange inscriptions, the professor mysteriously disappears and Molly is left alone, as her mother had disappeared prior to the start of the movie. She is left with a box filled with tiles that have the Unown engraved on them. Realizing that they look like letters, she spells out her name, along with the words ‘mama’ and ‘papa’, and then begins to cry, wishing that they were with her. Suddenly, the Unown appear and create a dream world, summoning Entei as her new father.
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