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Pokémon 3: The Movie

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Japanese name
Kanji劇場版ポケットモンスター 結晶塔の帝王 ENTEI
Literal meaningPocket Monsters the Movie: Lord of the "UNKNOWN" Tower ENTEI
Transcriptions
Revised HepburnGekijōban Poketto Monsutā Kesshōtō no Teiō ENTEI
Directed byKunihiko Yuyama
Screenplay by
  • Takeshi Shudo
  • Hideki Sonoda[1]
Based onPokémon
by Satoshi Tajiri
Produced by
  • Choji Yoshikawa
  • Yukako Matsusako
  • Takemoto Mori[1]
Starringsee below
Narrated byUnshō Ishizuka
CinematographyHisao Shirai
Edited by
  • Toshio Henmi
  • Yutaka Ito[1]
Music byShinji Miyazaki[1]

Production
company

OLM, Inc.

Distributed byToho[1]

Release date

  • July 8, 2000 (Japan)

Running time

74 minutes[1]
CountryJapan
LanguageJapanese
BudgetUS$3–16 million[2][3]
Box officeUS$68.5 million[2]

Pokémon 3: The Movie[a] is a 2000 Japanese anime film directed by Kunihiko Yuyama as the third film in the Pokémon franchise. The film stars the voices of Rica Matsumoto, Ikue Ōtani, Mayumi Iizuka, Yūji Ueda, Koichi Yamadera, Megumi Hayashibara, Shin-ichiro Miki, Ai Kato, Masami Toyoshima, Akiko Yajima, and Naoto Takenaka. In the film, Ash and his friends go on a journey lớn save Molly from an illusionary pokemon named Entei.

Like its predecessors, it is preceded by a short film, this one titled Pikachu & Pichu, which marks the debut of the mischievous Pichu Bros., who help Pikachu reunite with his trainer after being separated (without Ash even knowing, due lớn him preparing a tiệc nhỏ lớn celebrate the day Pikachu and he first met). This was also the first Pokémon film lớn premiere in an IMAX theater. The realistic crystallization and Unown created a 3 chiều effect in the film. This was also the last Pokémon film lớn be released internationally by Warner Bros. until the release of Pokémon: Detective Pikachu in 2019. The Japanese opening theme is OK! 2000 by Rica Matsumoto, and the Japanese ending theme is The Day a Rainbow Was Born (Niji ga Umareta hi) by Kumiko Mori. The English opening theme is Pokemon Johto by PJ Lequerica, and the English ending theme is To Know the Unknown by Innosense.

Plot[edit]

Pikachu & Pichu[edit]

Pikachu and his friends are left on a skyscraper in a Big City by their trainers, who go off lớn prepare an unknown surprise for the Pokémon. Pikachu meets the Pichu Brothers, saving the younger one from falling off an opposite building. A group of Murkrow chase Pikachu off a flagpole, and he uses a group of Hoppip lớn reach the other side, sending Meowth who is window-cleaning, flying into a billboard. The Pichu Bros. assist Pikachu lớn return lớn his friends but they kết thúc up going on a journey across the thành phố lớn the Pichu Bros' playground. On the way, they get chased by a Houndour whom they later encounter again. The angry Houndour chases the three around until he nearly knocks the playground over. Pikachu, the Pichu Bros., Houndour and their assortment of friends manage lớn save the playground. Pikachu realizes it is nearly six o'clock and he must return lớn his friends before Ash, his trainer, does. Pikachu and the Pichu Bros. use a tire lớn get lớn the building, sending Meowth flying again. The three arrive in the nick of time, the Pichu Brothers departing. Ash, Misty and Brock arrive and take the Pokémon into a room where a tiệc nhỏ has been laid out for them in celebration of the first anniversary of Ash and Pikachu's meeting.

In 2009, the short's Japanese narrator, Sakai Noriko was arrested for drug possession and substance abuse. Ever since then, the short has not been released on any trang chủ truyền thông media format and was even excluded from the 2010 Pikachu The Movie Premium boxset.[4]

Spell of the Unown[edit]

In the town of Greenfield, research scientist Professor Spencer Hale conducts research on the elusive Unown. He and his assistant, Skyler, discover a site of ruins, but Hale is sucked into the dimension of the Unown.

His disappearance leaves his young daughter Molly alone, her mother having disappeared previously. Molly finds a box of tablets containing Unown images and begins assembling the letters, which summons the Unown themselves. The Unown, sensing Molly's desires, use their powers lớn make Molly's wishes come true, transforming her manor house into a crystal-like palace which spreads across the town and cuts her off from the world. An illusionary Entei is created lớn represent Molly's father. Various people come lớn help sort out the Unown, including Professor Oak and Delia Ketchum (Ash's mother).

Meanwhile, Ash and his friends meet and befriend a trainer named Lisa. They come into Greenfield in the process and agree lớn join in the rescue mission lớn save Molly. However, Entei kidnaps Delia, following Molly's request for a mother as well. Entei's powers hypnotize Delia into thinking she is Molly's mother. Ash, Misty, Brock and their Pokémon head out lớn the mansion lớn save Delia, communicating with Oak and Skyler thanks lớn a PokéGear device given lớn them by Lisa. Team Rocket try investigating the mansion, but Entei blasts them into the depths of the mansion. Molly watches Ash's Bulbasaur and Chikorita in action through a television and falls asleep, imagining herself being a Pokémon Trainer. Seeing Ash on TV, Delia snaps out of her trance; however, Entei creates a dream version of Molly as an adult and takes her lớn battle the three. Molly first fights Brock, but Molly's dreamed-up Pokémon are stronger than vãn his; Molly then has a more friendly fight against Misty in an underwater battle.

Ash locates Molly and Delia, and implores Entei lớn return his mother. Entei refuses, easily defeats Totodile and Cyndaquil, and tries killing Ash and Pikachu. Having witnessed the crisis on TV in Charicific Valley, Charizard rescues Ash and Pikachu. Entei engages Charizard in a duel and eventually tries lớn kill him. However, Molly (who realizes that her desires are causing more harm than vãn good) thwarts Entei and tells him lớn stop fighting. Ash and his friends convince Molly lớn leave with them, Entei revealing he was created by the Unown lớn be her father.

The Unown suddenly lose control of their powers and start lớn seal the group in the mansion. Ash, Pikachu, Charizard, Misty, Togepi, Brock, Delia, Molly, and Team Rocket escape down lớn the hall where the Unown are. Pikachu and Charizard attempt lớn break the forcefield protecting the Unown, but they are unsuccessful—until they are joined by Entei, combining their powers lớn destroy the shield with Molly's tư vấn. Entei sacrifices himself and the Unown return lớn their dimension, reversing all of their effects on the world and returning Hale lớn the ruins where he originally vanished.

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The group ventures outside, where Oak, Skyler, Lisa and others meet them. Team Rocket hides in the mansion upon seeing the police outside and declare that they will always have another opportunity lớn catch Pokémon. Charizard and Lisa depart from Ash's company, and Molly reunites with her father as well as with her long-lost mother.

Cast[edit]

Character Japanese English
Ash Ketchum (Satoshi) Rica Matsumoto Veronica Taylor
Pikachu

Ikue Otani

Misty (Kasumi) Mayumi Iizuka Rachael Lillis
Brock (Takeshi) Yuuji Ueda Eric Stuart
Narrator Unsho Ishizuka Ken Gates
Togepi (Togepy)

Satomi Korogi

Jessie (Musashi) Megumi Hayashibara Rachael Lillis
James (Kojiro) Shin-ichiroh Miki Eric Stuart
Meowth (Nyarth) Inuko Inuyama Maddie Blaustein
Entei Naoto Takenaka Dan Green
Spencer Hale (Sully Snowdon)
Molly Hale (Me Snowdon) Akiko Yajima Amy Birnbaum
Lisa (Rin) Ai Katoh Lisa Ortiz
Schuyler (John) Hirohide Yakumaru Ted Lewis
Delia Ketchum (Hanako) Masami Toyoshima Veronica Taylor
Professor Samuel Oak (Dr. Yukinari Okido) Unshō Ishizuka Stuart Zagnit
Tracey Sketchit (Kenji) Tomokazu Seki Ted Lewis
Officer Jenny (Junsar)* Chinami Nishimura Lee Quick
David Kōichi Yamadera Peter R. Bird
  • Officer Jenny has no lines in the film despite her prominence.

Release[edit]

Theatrical run[edit]

Pokémon 3: The Movie was released in Japanese theaters on July 8, 2000 by Toho. That following year, the English version was produced by Nintendo and 4Kids Entertainment and licensed by Warner Bros. under the Kids' WB banner, was released in North America on April 6, 2001. The events of the film take place at the kết thúc of the third season of Pokémon: The Johto Journeys.

Home media[edit]

Pokémon 3: The Movie was released on VHS and DVD on August 21, 2001.[5][6]

A limited edition Blu-ray Steelbook containing the first three Pokémon films was released on February 9, năm nhâm thìn, along with single releases on DVD (These are: Pokémon: The First Movie, Pokémon: The Movie 2000 and Pokémon 3: The Movie). In accommodation with the 20th anniversary of the Pokémon franchise, a digitally remastered version of the film was released on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play on February 27, năm nhâm thìn.

Reception[edit]

Box office[edit]

Like its predecessors, for the film's theatrical release, select theaters would give away exclusive Pokémon trading cards, lớn capitalize on the success of the trading thẻ game.

Pokémon 3: The Movie opened in theaters in nhật bản on July 8, 2000 with a 74-minute running time.[1] The film was the third highest-grossing film in nhật bản for the year behind Mission: Impossible 2 and The Green Mile, with a gross of US$48.5 million.[7][8]

The film was released in the United States on April 6, 2001, debuting at number 4 on its opening weekend, earning $8,240,752 from 2,675 theaters, less than vãn half as much as first-place finisher Spy Kids.[9] The film proved less successful in the box office compared lớn previous films. During its 10-week box office lập cập, Pokémon 3: The Movie made a significant profit-margin, grossing $17,052,128 in North America.[10]

The film grossed US$4,605,214 in five other countries, including US$2,736,100 in Germany, US$714,016 in the United Kingdom, US$549,902 in nước Australia, US$327,752 in Austria, and US$277,444 in Denmark. Combined, the film grossed US$21,657,342 overseas outside of nhật bản.[11] In total, the film's gross was US$70,157,342 (equivalent lớn $119,220,032 in 2022).

Critical response[edit]

The review aggregator trang web Rotten Tomatoes reported that 21% of critics have given the film a positive review based on 57 reviews, with an average rating of 4.01/10. The website's critics consensus reads, "Critics say that the third Pokemon movie has a better plot than vãn its two predecessors. This is not enough, however, lớn recommend it lớn those not already fans of the franchise."[12] On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 22 out of 100 based on 18 critics, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews".[13] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A−" on an A+ lớn F scale.[14]

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Soundtrack[edit]

Pokémon 3: The Ultimate Soundtrack
Soundtrack album by

Various artists

ReleasedApril 3, 2001
GenrePop
Length58:35
LabelKoch Records
ProducerJohn Loeffler
Various artists chronology
'Totally Pokémon'
(2001)
Pokémon 3: The Ultimate Soundtrack
(2001)
'Pokémon Christmas Bash'
(2001)

Pokémon 3: The Ultimate Soundtrack is the soundtrack lớn the third series and the movie, It was released on April 3, 2001 by Koch Records on Audio CD and Compact Cassette. Many of the songs were featured on the album Totally Pokémon but as that was not released outside of North America and nước Australia, this soundtrack encouraged European fans lớn own the music. In nước Australia, some copies of the CD were released with a bonus disc of the musical score album for Pokémon: The Movie 2000 (which was also released as a separate disc worldwide).[citation needed] The Japanese and English-language editions contained different tracks. Shinji Miyazaki wrote the original film score, while Ralph Schuckett composed the score for the International and Japanese DVD releases.

The second track, "To Know the Unknown", was performed by girl group Innosense. Tracks 13 lớn 15 were karaoke versions. The album also features two Pokémon videos, the Pokérap and a scene from the film, which are accessible upon insertion of the disc into a computer.

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Pokémon Johto [Movie Version]" (Élan Luz Rivera feat. PJ Lequerica)Neil Jason, John Loeffler, John Siegler 
2."To Know the Unknown" (Innosense)Norman J. Grossfeld, John Loeffler, John Siegler 
3."Pikachu (I Choose You)" (Élan Luz Rivera)Neil Jason, John Loeffler 
4."All We Wanna Do" (Élan Luz Rivera feat. Jamily Gray)Ken Cummings, John Loeffler 
5."He Drives Me Crazy" (Shauna McCoy)Ken Cummings, John Loeffler 
6."You & Me & Pokémon" (Élan Luz Rivera feat. PJ Lequerica)Neil Jason, John Loeffler, John Siegler 
7."Song of Jigglypuff" (Jamily Gray feat. Shauna McCoy)Louis Cortelezzi, John Loeffler et Bob Mayo 
8."Pokerap GS" (Jolan Boockvor, Jamily Gray, PJ Lequerica, Shauna McCoy, Shareef McQueen, Élan Luz Rivera)John Loeffler, John Siegler 
9."Two Perfect Girls" (Eric Stuart)Norman J. Grossfeld, John Loeffler, John Siegler 
10."Pokémon Johto [TV Version]" (PJ Lequerica)John Loeffler, John Siegler 
11."Biggest Part of My Life" (PJ Lequerica)Ken Cummings, John Loeffler 
12."Medley from Spell of the Unown"John Loeffler, Ralph Schuckett 
13."Pikachu (I Choose You)" (Karaoke Version)  
14."Song of Jigglypuff" (Karaoke Version)  
15."You & Me & Pokémon" (Karaoke Version)  

See also[edit]

  • List of films based on đoạn phim games

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Known in nhật bản as Pocket Monsters the Movie: Emperor of the Crystal Tower – ENTEI (Japanese: 劇場版ポケットモンスター 結晶塔の帝王 ENTEI, Hepburn: Gekijōban Poketto Monsutā Kesshōtō no Teiō Entei)

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b "Pokémon 3: The Movie (2001) - Financial Information". The Numbers. Retrieved November 13, 2018.
  3. ^ "Pokémon 3: The Movie (2001)". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved November 13, 2018.
  4. ^ "20 Hidden Plot Lines Fans Missed In The Pokémon Series" https://www.thegamer.com/hidden-plot-lines-pokemon/
  5. ^ Amazon.com: Pokemon 3 - The Movie
  6. ^ "The Third Time is a Charm! On August 21, Pokemon 3: the Movie Arrives lớn Captivate Audiences On VHS & DVD". Business Wire. Berkshire Hathaway. June 29, 2001. Archived from the original on August 21, 2001. Retrieved June 14, 2019 – via Yahoo.com.
  7. ^ Macias, Patrick (2003). Japan's Movie House Masterpieces. DH Publishing. p. 39. ISBN 9780972312448.
  8. ^ Herskovitz, Jon (January 29, 2001). "Japan's plex boom unmatched by B.O". Variety. p. 58.
  9. ^ "Pokemon 3: The Movie Weekend Box-Office". Box Office Mojo. Internet Movie Database. Retrieved July 6, 2011.
  10. ^ "Pokemon 3: The Movie (2001)". Box Office Mojo. Internet Movie Database. Retrieved June 1, 2012.
  11. ^ "Pokemon 3: The Movie (2001) - International Box Office Results". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved May 29, 2018.
  12. ^ "Pokémon 3: The Movie (2001)". Rotten Tomatoes. Fandango. Retrieved June 6, 2019.
  13. ^ "Pokémon 3: The Movie Reviews". Metacritic. CBS Interactive. Retrieved November 13, 2018.
  14. ^ "Find CinemaScore". CinemaScore. Archived from the original on December đôi mươi, 2018. Retrieved November 13, 2018.

External links[edit]

  • Pokémon 3: The Movie at IMDb Edit this at Wikidata
  • Pokémon 3: The Movie at AllMovie
  • Pokémon 3: The Movie at Anime News Network's encyclopedia