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Mildly violent tale of dark and light, anime style.
Have other recent Pokémon movies looked this good?
Pokemon: Giratina and the Sky Warrior is one of the many Kunihiko Yuyama animations in the universe of Pokemon.
At this point, there have been many a television episode, as well as other movies regarding Pokemon. The story for this particular film is more or less stand alone; however, lacking knowledge of Pokemon concepts and its characters will make this a difficult viewing.
Running just past the 90 minute mark, this film stretches the story out enough to get to the end. There are a plethora of Pokemon appearances and the story itself revolves around powerful and rare breeds. The meat of the story does have its explanations, but the existing Pokemon elements, such as moves and types, are expected to be understood beforehand.
Visually, the animation is colorful and playful, which is great for a younger audience. There are even some CG effects blended in. The voice work and sound effects are also nicely done, while some of the Pokemon look and sound completely adorable.
Sure, Pokemon: Giratina and the Sky Warrior is somewhat childish, but even mature audiences can get into the fun.
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