The thirteenth film overall for the long-running series and the fourth movie in the Pokemon and Pearl story arc, it includes an upcoming creature from Pokemon Black & White, named Zoroark, as the main character (as well as it’s pre-evolved form Zorua). In the movie, Celebi travels to the past to prevent a battle between Raikou, Entei, and Suicune after seeing the future battle in a vision. Meanwhile Ash, Brock and Dawn make it to Crown City to attend the annual Pokemon Backer World Cup where they have an encounter with Zorua, who has lost his companion. The town is then attacked by the Legendary Pokémon Raikou, Entei, and Suicune . . . who are revealed to actually be Zoroark. It is then up to Celebi to appear from the future and help the trio stop the rampaging Pokemon. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Pokémon: Zoroark: Master of Illusions
A greedy, manipulative media mogul seeks to capture Celebi for nefarious purposes, using the shape-shifting Pokémon, Zoroark, to hunt it down.
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Andrew G (us) wrote: It's a joy to watch Van Damme when he is on screen. When he's not on screen, the life is sucked right out of the movie. It's like watching a stage play where Van Damme is the hammy, over-the-top lead dancing gleefully across the stage while everybody else is sulking in the background reading off of cue cards.
Ben H (mx) wrote: A potential gem blundered by Markus Blunder
Anthony C (kr) wrote: A very inspiring and powerful yet minimalist documentary.
Brad S (ru) wrote: Interesting. A mix of old and new filmmaking techniques gives the movie an unusual flare that really works at times...but also confuses at times. Overall, strong performances from the cast. Great cinematography and production design. Narratively, I didn't quite understand all the characters. Some are portrayed so abstractly that it's hard to get to know them, even though I wanted to. But definitely a movie whose tone and world building will linger in my heart and mind.
Erika G (ru) wrote: enjoyable and funny. great for those girls/women who feel awkward.
Victoria A (de) wrote: excelente ! en las cosas simples de la vida est la felicidad.
Benwyn W (ag) wrote: Don't watch it... it's ghosts...
Heather M (kr) wrote: This is a fun story about a dancer that makes it big and then quits. Her altruism wins in the end and she is able to raise the money to open a community center for the local kids so she can keep them off the street.
Lori W (us) wrote: I guess I'm not familiar with other Rob Zombie films, though i am familiar with Rob Zombie and his music. I really wanted to like this movie, BUT... the first, glaring thing that i couldn't surpass was that there seemed to be no motive. The carnies get kidnapped", but...why? And by who, and...why??? I feel the viewer is continually deprived of useful, plot info, or really, that the plot is lacking in substance. It's all pieced together in a way that makes no sense. So, I guess if you're a Zombie (Rob) fan, cool. But otherwise...don't waste your time.
Sergio M (ru) wrote: Nothing really happens, and yet you could be watching this movie until the end of time. if it wasn't for the "accident" at the end, this movie could last forever, they just had to stop at some point, that's it. i love the "eternal holiday" atmosphere, with all the wine and the heat. i've never watched a movie that captured that feeling better than this. that feeling of the weather being so hot you can not do anything but lie on bed, bored, unable to move for the heat. and the feeling of beeing force to sharing a house with relatives you don't necessarily like. just beautiful, and full of beautiful dirt, blood and scars.
Angela C (nl) wrote: my first finnish movie! it's pretty interesting, and i like how the war is portrayed as dirty and non-glamourous. i also like how the sex scene started with the dude giving oral sex.
Tim F (br) wrote: British and John Cleese comedy at it's best.
Conrad B (it) wrote: A gloriously godawful movie that never gets old. A must-see for any aspiring opera singer
Sean L (jp) wrote: Disgraced former executioner Ogami Itt? continues his brooding storm through the Japanese countryside, his three-year-old son Daigoro along for the ride in a booby-trapped carriage. Now some distance into their march to vengeance, the pair have drawn so much notoriety that they risk ambush and assassination at every turn. It's not paranoia, either: Ogami dispenses with blade-wielding enemies at nearly every chapter break, downing at least two-dozen men and women before the film is through. The opportunity isn't abused. In true poppy '70s samurai fashion, each challenger (or cluster of challengers) wears a distinct identity and a unique fighting style, like a colorful garden of deadly blossoms. They all bleed day-glo red, though, often in a towering arc of spray that paints landscape and fallen comrade alike. In Baby Cart at the River Styx, for the first time, we see vulnerability from the master swordsman and a little headstrong personality from his young child. We also see uncertainty from a prominent rival, another first, and restraint in the midst of a bloodlust. Some of the fighting is a little awkward, and the formula is threatening to wear thin, but overall this represents a wonderfully stylish, entertaining continuation of the journey that was so well-established in the first film. An excellent genre-definer.
Richard D (de) wrote: Lee is obviously enjoying himself here. It's a joy to watch.
Thomas T (jp) wrote: Titillation to the extreme.