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Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie
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Digitally remastered dubbed version of the first theatrical outing for Yu-Gi-Oh! from 2004. After the conclusion of the Battle City Tournament, deep below the sands of Egypt, an ancient evil has awakened. Anubis, who was defeated centuries ago by Yugi's mysterious alter ego - the ancient Pharaoh - has returned for revenge. Wielding the power of the Eighth Millennium Item, Anubis is determined to destroy Yugi and take over the world...
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The picture and audio is the best the film has looked, which is worthy enough of an upgrade. No extras, but then the DVD was lacking with limited extras (And a free card) but really Manga gave us the best they could for a movie no longer distributed by Warner Bros. No Japanese version, which is a shame as there are extra scenes in that one plus the other 2 films provided a sub.
As for the film itself, its fine if you're a YGO fan and have memories watching it back in the day (If you're new, don't start here. Find the season 1 boxset and come back here if you make it past season 3.). So why only 4 stars? The film has aged a bit, merely because the recent Darkside of Dimensions movie is a much better movie. This movie is mostly a US production and merely nothing more than a filler film to sell more cards. The Darkside film is more story driven and actually takes place after the original series, so it feels like reuniting with old friends again after so long away with Yugi and his friends. The difference between the 2 films is like night and day. This film is still better than the Bonds Beyond Time movie at least.
Either way, its still good nostalgic fun for the fans and only the fans.
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie's animation really isn't up to standard for being "Movie", primarily because it was a US Production and all the animation was cheaply done. Also the music through the movie isn't really good and makes it seem like an extended episode, also the english dub is really painful to listen to as theres lots of corny dialogue and references to other children cartoons.
English and Hearing Impaired, German and Hearing Impaired, Arabic,
Two Music Videos
Anyway, if you're familiar with Yu-Gi-Oh, this is basically just an extended episode with a forgettable villain that shows up once and is never brought up again. Also, it's probably non-canon. I guess.