Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Movie (2004)
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as Yugi Moto/Yami Yugi
as Seto Kaiba
as Joey Wheeler
as Max-a-Million Pegasus
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.
Kids will eat Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie up. The rest of us will have to wait for the translation.
This cartoon based on the popular and complicated card game might as well be written in another language.
Audience Reviews for Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Movie
MAGICIANS VALKYRIA MAN MAGICIANS VALKYRIA SHES LIKE THE HOTTEST THING TO HAPPEN TO ANIME SINCE FUTABU!!! THERES A BIT WHERE IF YOU PUASE AT THE RIGHT TIME IT LOOKS LIKE YOU CAN SEE UP HER SKIRT AND SHES NOT WEARING ANY UNDERWEAR IT WAS THE DAY THIS BOY BECAME A MAN
Nothing really works here. Though the animations is slightly better than the one in the Anime, it is still pretty sketchy. The plot is super simplistic, the main duel between Yugi and Kaiba was actually pretty boring and dry. Even though Yu-Gi-Oh! is one of my favorite Anime of all time, this movie was a total disaster.
Sure it's terribly clichÃ©d, choppily edited and poorly dubbed by the infamous 4Kids. But there's something oddly charming about the Yu-Gi-Oh movie, maybe it's because I grew up with the series and cards.