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Pokemon: The Sisters of Cerulean City [Region 1 NTSC] [1999] [DVD] [US Import]


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  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: 6305319383
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 437,738 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Format: DVD
Looking at how slow the series seems to move between Pokémon Gyms and Contest Halls these days, it's difficult to believe that it's taken Ash a mere seven episodes to reach his second Gym. There are three episodes on offer this time and they are:

-The Waterflowers of Cerulean City: Ash arrives in Cerulean City but Brock, on his Gym Leader's Honour, won't tell him who the Cerulean City Gym Leader is. Ash soon discovers that the three sisters who run the Gym, Daisy, Violet and Lily, have a fourth sister- Misty! Daisy was prepared to hand Ash's badge over without a battle, but Misty decides otherwise! The episode focuses on the battle between Misty and Ash- Brock plays a very minimal role here- although the mention of a giant vacuum being stolen suggest Team Rocket isn't far away. As Gym battle episodes go, this is a good one, but the ending is somewhat of a copout and Team Rocket's appearance seems something of an afterthought. The humour level isn't that great in comparison to some of the other episodes seen thus far. That said, James deadpans one of the most unintentionally hilarious lines in this episode, shortly before Team Rocket are sent blasting off again.

-Path to the Pokémon League: Between the last episode and this one, Ash has now racked up 10 wins in Pokémon battles. However, he meets a trainer who owns an unlicensed Pokémon Gym by the name of AJ who has amassed an incredible undefeated streak of 98. Ash lets his ego get in the way and, following a battle between the two, bumps the streak up to 99. AJ explains that once he has 100 wins, he'll consider himself ready to go on his journey. When Ash learns of AJ's training methods, however, he is less than impressed and only makes matters worse.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A very good video, a nice story and a lot of cute Pokemon! 31 Oct. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
When I first saw this video, first thing I noticed was that Misty didn't want to go to Cerulean City. This does make sense in the end when she ends up reunited with her sisters even though she swore never to come back. the animation is cool, and the theme song is NOT boring. I'd say it is my fave video at the moment.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Still good. 16 July 2003
By "adamant_the_black_mage" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Yep, our "hero" Ash finally reaches Cerulean City, where he'll fight the local master for his badge. And this time, he's all alone. Misty left for no reason, and Brock had some "stuff" *cough* to do. Turns out the local master is 3 girls named Rose, Lily and Violet. And another shock. They're Misty's sisters. Gary has already been here and won a badge, and the pokemon are all exhausted, so they decided to just give Ash the badge. Misty doesn't want any of that, though, and challenges Ash herself. After a while, the battle is interrupted by Jessie and James, who have come to steal all the pokemon in the gym. Pikachu stops them by jumping into their soaked machine and shocking it till it explodes. And, since Ash wuld've easily won if he had used Pikachu, Misty's sisters give him the badge. Misty doesn't really agree, though.
So, following the game, they're on their way to Bill's cabin, eh? Or maybe they just go directly to the next town? Nope, the writers didn't want the show to end taht fast, so we get some feared filler episodes. Don't worry, this is good filler. Enjoy it while it lasts, cause in a few seasons, you'll hate filler with a passion. First off, Ash is informed about an unofficial gym nearby, where the savage pokemon master AJ lives. AJ doesn't want to start his pokemon journey until he's won 100 matches in a row, and is now up to 98. AJ is also one of the best trainers out there, and his Sandshrew easily defeat all of Ash's pokemon. Ash is a bad loser, and claims AJ was cheating. And later, he critizeses his training methods. Look, Ash, this guy's a lot better than you, so just shut up, okay? Jessie and James show up again and try to steal Pikachu, but accidentally steal Sandshrew instead. Sandshrew beat them up, and runs back. So, they go back to get Pikachu. AJ defeat their pokemon without any problem, and get his 100th win. Then he leaves for his journey.
Later, Ash still can't mind his own business, and critizeses Gizelle, the leader of a student program on Pokemon Tech, a school where you can study pokemon. Pass the exam, and you can enter the pokemon league without badges. And training, obviously, so I doubt you'd get very far. Anyway, Gizelle has a pretty special training system, and to prove her greatness, she challenges Ash. And loses. That makes her realize that her system isn't really that good, and that the school doesn't really teach you much useful stuff. J&J show up, and get defeated when the entire school gang up on them, and Ash continues his journey.
So, my opinion, eh? 3 pretty solid episodes. As much as I hate filler, I have to say that these were actually good. I didn't expect AJ to defeat Ash, but I'm glad he did. He was better, and whatever stupid plot device the riters would've come up with, I'm sure I wouldnt've liked it. Add in a couple've good battles, a gym leader episode, and some good plot, and you got a pretty decent pack. Not worth a 5 star, but still good.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Pokemon: Sisters of Cerulean City 28 May 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
This movie is funny, clever, and great for pokemon fans. It contains 3 pokemon episodes. They are: The Water Flowers of Cerulean City, The Path to the Pokemon Leauge, and The School of Hard Knocks. It also has the full length pokerap! This is one of the best pokemon movies I ever saw and I'm sure you'll like it too!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
My favorite episodes! 29 Dec. 2002
By hotarutomoe - Published on Amazon.com
These are some of my favorite episodes of Pokemon! They're cute, funny, and exciting! I love this video!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Meowth! 23 April 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Wow! Meowth has a fasinating history! It's touching and genuine (for Poke`Mon). Everything seems to make more sense after watching "Go West, Young Meowth." In the words of Meowth, "My story is a bittersweet one, like a cheap chocolate bar." 5 stars, Meowth!
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