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Pokemon - The Third Movie [DVD] 
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Archeologist Professor Hale is hard at work studying ancient Pokémon when he stumbles across a strange unknown strain of pocket monsters which have the ability to give life to people's fantasies. Prof. Hale's daughter Molly then gets hold of these pocket monsters, but they unleash terrible creatures from her imagination, creatures which kidnap Molly's mother and visit havoc upon the surrounding area. The only man who can restore the situation is Ash Ketchum, and it's not long before he leaps into action, ready to recapture the beasts and teach Molly about the dangers of pocket monsters.
The most elaborate of the features to date, Pokémon 3: Spell of the Unown introduces new Pokémon that debuted in the fall of 2000 in the Gold and Silver-edition Game Boy games. En route to the Johto Tournament, Ash, Brock and Misty visit the mountain village of Greenfield, where they encounter an 8-year-old girl named Molly. Her father, Professor Spencer Hale, disappeared when he set off to study the Unown, a group of 26 Pokémon that resemble letters. The Unown build a baroque crystalline shell around Molly's palatial home, send the leonine Entei to watch over her and grant whatever she wishes--except the return of her father. What Molly really wants is a family: she refers to Entei as her father and has him kidnap Ash's mum to be her mother. Ash charges to the rescue with the help of Pikachu, Charizard and Cyndaquil. In the climactic battle, Ash is joined by Brock and Misty, as well as the usually villainous Team Rocket. ("We figure if we don't help you, we're outta showbiz," Meowth explains.) Molly's father eventually reappears, but the viewer never sees the reunion with his daughter. Ash, Molly and the other two-dimensional characters simply don't fit into three-dimensional, computer-generated crystal settings, and large sections of Pokémon 3 look like two films unsuccessfully spliced together. --Charles Solomon, Amazon.com.
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Molly's father is an archeologist ( well in the pokemon world) and one day he disappears leaving her orphaned; when she is informed of his disappearance she is given a box containing ancient letters- her father's last discovery before his disappearance (This is when the fun starts). The letters somehow end up summoning the mythical pokemon- Unown- from a different dimension!
These pokemon have the ability to turn Molly's thoughts into reality and as with every child what they wish for is simply fantastic! translating into some of the best looking graphics I've seen. As her thoughts change, her enviroment changes and the animators refused to take short cuts.
I haven't said too much about the story but I believe if you want to get this dvd - get this dvd for the story- valuable lessons are learnt as a girl gets caught in a web of her own making in the quest to get her father back. It's what I would call a "heart-acher" instead of a tear-jerker. It's as sobering as the pokemon the first movie( if you thought about it)- deeper but less epic than the second movie and stands on its own two feets with ease. In other words- BUY IT NOW!
Ash's Mum is kidnapped by the legendary Pokemon Entei and it's up to ash to come to her rescue. Uncertain of what he'll uncover, he unlocks the secret power behind the turn of events which is a young girl whose dream becomes a nightmare by a pokemon known as the Unown. Who are the Unown and will ash be able to save the world once again, if like me, you would like to know, I highly recommend you purchase this item to find out what happens!
From the sacrifices that Brock & Misty make for Ash to get his mom back to Charizard returning to save Ash (not to mention Ash & gang joining forces with Team Rocket again) it's a good movie from start to finish. A must have for Original Pokemon fans!
Personally, i found the movie too much like an episode, all battle - but if you love battle sequences then you wil love this film. The unown sing a rather eerie song, and i like the way they did them in computer graphics and how they made them move. The young girl on this movie annoyed me a little, though.
it automatically gets stars just for being pokemon, and if you are a fan, then get this movie, even if it's just for your collection. If you like anime and enjoy pokemon now and then, i suggest you rent before you decide to buy.
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Amazing quality, no problems with any part of the buying process.Published 4 months ago by suzanne k cruickshank
This DVD only played Italian, Japanese or Arabic language settings, and the only English option was directors commentary or subtitles. DO NOT BUY. This is a scam.Published on 19 Jan. 2014 by L200