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Pokemon Forever & Pokemon Heroes [Blu-ray]
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A double-bill of Pokémon adventures. In 'Pokémon - The Movie: 4ever' (2002), Ash Ketchum (voice of Veronica Taylor), his loyal pet Pokémon Pikachu (Ikue Ootani) and several others travel to an island in search of Celebi (Kazuko Sugiyama), a rare species of Pokémon. The creature is thought to be able to travel through time. However, Vicious (Dan Green) is also looking for Celebi. In 'Pokémon - The Movie: 5 - Pokémon Heroes' (2004), Ash, Pikachu and the rest of the Pokémon gang try and stop a pair of thieves hiding out in the canals and alleyways of Alto Mare, the water capital of the world. Two Pokémons join them on their adventure, a brother/sister pair named Latias (Megumi Hayashibara) and Latios (Masashi Ebara), who are protecting the Droplet of the Heart - a valuable treasure.
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I was a big Pokemon fan back when it was initially popular. I've not had a fix for a while and I decided that this, the fourth Pokemon feature film, would be good enough. It exceeded my expectations.
Ash, eternal jailbate tease Misty, and Brock enter a mysterious forest in their ongoing travels which is inhabited by many rare Pokemon. Out of the blue a young boy appears with his newly befriended Celebi. He's time-traveled 40 years to escape a cruel Pokemon hunter but is soon on the run again when a new villain from Team Rocket turns up. The gang follow, keen to learn about Celebi and keep him safe. Jesse, James, and Meowth tag along in the background and provide the usual comic relief.
Pokemon 4Ever feels a lot like a Hayao Miyazaki film with it's environmental message, forest setting/imagery, and beautifully detailed animation. The plot is also clever and has a surprisingly touching twist. I was very impressed with this sequel and I highly recommend it.
The Western version of the film contains an extra scene at the end, explaining the twist with a little more clarity as it was originally only hinted at in the end credits, but not too many kids would hang around during the credits, so I can see why the Weinsteins would insist on it. But, for a change, it's not a Miramax alteration that voids the integrity of the film.
Pokemon Heroes (3.5/5)
The 5th Pokemon movie, is a step down from the previous entry in the series but is still better than a 5th movie ought to be. Ash, Misty, and Brock arrive in a Venice-type town called Altomare for a water Chariot race involving their Pokemon.
The town is protected by legendary Pokemon siblings Latios and Latias, who can assume human forms.Read more ›
I thought that the dvd version looks good. The blu ray version looks so much better,
Both films are on one disc But the only thing that lacks in the blu ray version, is the spacial features that the dvd version have
Was it worth the wait and upgrade? Let's take a look.
I won't go into story details since most of us have probably seen the movies, but if you haven't this will make your mind up over which format to go for anyway.
For Pokemon 4Ever, the picture does look good, but it does suffer a bit from grain. It does not effect viewing pleasure, but you can't tell it was more or less an upscale. However, we do finally get the movie in widescreen, which is a huge plus as the original DVD was Fullscreen only. One example of this is when Ash, Brock and Misty first meet Dianna. When Brock chats up Dianna, you couldn't see Ash and Misty look like "-_-" at him, but now you can on the Blu Ray. I'm not a technically expert, but the sound comes off as okay. For music its fine, but for speaking, you do have to have the volume up a bit to hear it.
As for Heroes, I was never really a bit fan of the English Dub. It just really falls short of the much superior Japanese version not just in voices, but in picture too. For some reason or another, they added a blue taint over the picture for the English dub and it really comes off as too blue or too dark in places, and sadly the Blu Ray keeps that.Read more ›
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Didn't realize it was region locked so I can't even play it.Published 2 months ago by Austin Pestrue
The DVD was appreciated and so have awarded 4 stars. Not for me, I'm too old for these types of DVDs.Published on 6 Dec. 2013 by myronuk