Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Movie (2004)
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|Rating:||PG (for scary combat and monster images)|
|Genre:||Action & Adventure, Animation, Kids & Family, Science Fiction & Fantasy|
|Directed By:||Ryosuke Takahashi, Hatsuki Tsuji|
|Written By:||Junki Takegami, Masahiro Hikokubo, Matthew Drdek, Lloyd Goldfine, Michael Pecoriello|
|In Theaters:||Aug 7, 2004 Wide|
|On DVD:||Nov 16, 2004|
as Yugi Moto/Yami Yugi
as Seto Kaiba
as Joey Wheeler
as Max-a-Million Pegasu...
as Tristan Taylor
as Mokuba Kaiba
as Solomon Moto
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Critic Reviews for Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Movie
Like the gods, the trading cards are capricious, with ever-changing rules and strategies so intricate that only Yu-Gi-Ohlogists will fully enjoy this adventure.
Only fans of the series will be able to follow the largely incomprehensible plot -- and the bog-standard animation won't win it any new ones.
Audience Reviews for Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Movie
love the show love the card game love the movie another great anime childerens show adaption
Is the best out of all of the Yu-Gi-Oh's. Funny expecially when Tristan say's "I don't want your mummy!" and when Kiba says "You're ganna attack me with a cream puff and an elf."
Yet another Pokemo and Card Captors clone, Yu Gi Oh is one of the strangest movies ever made, for its totally nonsense story about a boy king who somehow can control these card monster things. In the movie, he battled the dreaded Anubis. Ooh. If you're 8, you might get it. Any older and a sort of banal brainwashing sets in, causing nausia and mental impairment. Ha. (This is for the badly dubbed and butchered American version).
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