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While some weaker acting and strange casting holds the film slightly back in places, this feature is one that both Pokemon and casual fans will enjoy, and that kids will find an absolute blast. The title character is a very well made, and you may just want to wish you were in the film to hug it - minus the chance of electric strike. With an interesting story sans a few slow starting hiccups, and so many Pokemon that it will keep any fan of the franchise entertained, this one keeps you engaged from a tp b.
Enjoyable but disappointing, this movie threw away what logic it had created from previous movies, and conveniently hides overpowered characters for deus ex machina moments. Predictable and unsurprising, it is an A+ production with a disjointed story that fails to match what part 1 started.
A steady story with heart. No highs, now lows, which leads to a well put together film.
The actors were interesting, the characters were likeable, and the story was a bit of a letdown. Let's hope the follow up picks back up where the first film was heading.
Leave it to Rian Johnson to take an interesting story and good actors and turn it into a trashcan of a film.