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    The adventure explodes into action with the debut of Mewtwo, a bio-engineered Pokemon created from the DNA of Mew, the rarest of all Pokemon. Determined to prove its superiority, Mewtwo lures Ash, Pikachu and others into a Pokemon match like none before. Mewtwo vs. Mew. Super-clones vs. Pokemon. It's the ultimate showdown...with the very future of the world at stake! Also, includes the mini-movie Pikachu's Vacation and never-before-seen bonus footage!


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    I don't see the point to releasing this in mini-DVDs. o_O It's the same damn thing only on a smaller disc. And chances are that bonus material is basically what was shown in the Myuutsuu TV special DVD, Myuutsuu's Birth.

    And unless that DVD has Japanese audio on it and is uncut, I doubt anyone would have a legit reason for buying this unless they can't find the regular version of the first DVD. Makes absolutely no sense to rerelease a DVD that came out several years ago in a smaller format and with one new addition that the previous one didn't have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edward Elric
    I don't see the point to releasing this in mini-DVDs. o_O It's the same damn thing only on a smaller disc. And chances are that bonus material is basically what was shown in the Myuutsuu TV special DVD, Myuutsuu's Birth.

    And unless that DVD has Japanese audio on it and is uncut, I doubt anyone would have a legit reason for buying this unless they can't find the regular version of the first DVD. Makes absolutely no sense to rerelease a DVD that came out several years ago in a smaller format and with one new addition that the previous one didn't have.
    Here Here, that all it is so likely and the some what uncut Myustu Birth is on Mytsu Return, in the SF (special feaiture)

    But I know why they releasing it, because of the new 8th movie. They want to go back to show you Myuu. Because she was in the 1st one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Professor Ivy
    Here Here, that all it is so likely and the some what uncut Myustu Birth is on Mytsu Return, in the SF (special feaiture)

    But I know why they releasing it, because of the new 8th movie. They want to go back to show you Myuu. Because she was in the 1st one.
    There's no point in rereleasing Mew's first appearance in America if the eighth movie isn't even out in Japan yet.


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    I watced this video on Video last night

    I loved it but Ash should have stayed dead
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    I got a DVD copy of it recently from Amazon and finally watched it for the first time in over 5 years (since it came out in the cinema). I was suprised how much of it I couldn't remember, particularly the part where Ash turns to stone. Hmm yes. I wish we got to see more of the battle between Mew and Mewtwo, alot of hype and not much of a finishing product. Other than that the movie was solid for the most part, definitely not as good as the second one though.

    I also have memories of a friend who spotted the official title screen(the certificate) just before the movie began and shouted out in front of a packed audience "Haha look at how they spelt Mewtwo!" He was right, they spelt it "Mewtoo". Why I remember that, I'm not sure either.

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    Can I ask what happend to Charazards, Blastoses and Veanusaurs clones?
    They just forght the ones with the markings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poke_girl
    Can I ask what happend to Charazards, Blastoses and Veanusaurs clones?
    They just forght the ones with the markings.
    It's a mistake in the movie. The Charizard, Blastoise, and Venusaur clones without the markings simply walked out the lab's mechanical doors and were never seen again. o_O Makes me wonder what really happened to them, storywise...
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    I just rewatched the movie on VHS, and wondered what happened to the clones of Bruteroot, Shellshocker, and Ash's Charizard. When the movie ended, I think the Blastoise, Venasaur, and Charizard with markings on them left with him, but shouldn't he have two of each since he cloned the same pokemon again?

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    Hm........let me try and rephrase that. The Venasaur named Bruteroot, the Blastoise named Shellshocker, and Charizard each belonged to a trainer, the male one, female one, and Ash. Each trainer accepted Mewtwo's challenge to face a cloned version of their Pokemon, a Blastoise, Venasaur, and Charizard, all of them containing markings all over their body's. Since the clones defeated the 'original' Pokemon, the 'original' Pokemon were taken by Mewtwo to be cloned, but in the 'war' scene where the 'originals' faced the clones, there were only one Blastoise, Venasaur, and Charizard on the clone side, when there should have been two, the ones with markings that were there, and ones without markings, cloned from the male's, female's, and Ash's Bruteroot, Shellshocker, and Charizard.

    I hope that was clearer.........or did I just make it more complicated 0.o

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShucklemasterJ
    I watced this video on Video last night

    I loved it but Ash should have stayed dead
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    Dude. Corey. The hawt.

    Fergus was kinda hot too. >__> Too bad he didn't really do squat except get pwned by Mewtwo. Did he even battle? XD I know Corey and Neesha did, but...hm. XD



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    Quote Originally Posted by 0Hero
    Hm........let me try and rephrase that. The Venasaur named Bruteroot, the Blastoise named Shellshocker, and Charizard each belonged to a trainer, the male one, female one, and Ash. Each trainer accepted Mewtwo's challenge to face a cloned version of their Pokemon, a Blastoise, Venasaur, and Charizard, all of them containing markings all over their body's. Since the clones defeated the 'original' Pokemon, the 'original' Pokemon were taken by Mewtwo to be cloned, but in the 'war' scene where the 'originals' faced the clones, there were only one Blastoise, Venasaur, and Charizard on the clone side, when there should have been two, the ones with markings that were there, and ones without markings, cloned from the male's, female's, and Ash's Bruteroot, Shellshocker, and Charizard.

    I hope that was clearer.........or did I just make it more complicated 0.o
    Evidently, those three pokemon were not cloned before the machine was destroyed. They were probably a low priority for Mewtwo, since he already had individuals of their species which had shown themselves to be stronger than those three.

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    Wow. I hated that "Brother, my Brother" crap the first time I heard it as a seven-year-old now I really hate it. Of course, the original was awesome and 4Kids ruined everything.

    Forgot my rating.

    Original: 9/10.
    Dumbed down 4Kids version: 1/10.

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    I liked this movie. When Pikachu and all the other Pokemon started crying, I started crying. I don't usually cry when normal people in real life cry, but when I see Pokemon cry, I cry as well. I don't know what's with that....

    I liked the Brother, my Brother song, but I don't think it was appropriate for this movie. Or for that one scene, at least. I love Mew, and it was so cute when it was riding that little wheel thing. I don't know what it's called.

    I didn't know Scyther was Alakazam. When I first saw that, I'm like, wait a minute. That's Scyther, not Alakazam!

    Pidgeotto is not Pidgeot. Obviously the trainer doesn't know what Pokemon he flew on.

    Oh well. Besides those, I thought the movie was pretty good.

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    I liked the pokemon movie especially when TR said Pokemon's name wrong.

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    I have a question.In the movie,Pikachu defeated Venomoth,Golem and Pinsir.I know It can defeat Venomoth and Pinser,but not Golem!How is that possoble?
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    thanks to Mewtwo Strikes Back, Mewtwo is my second favorite pokemon.

    "Brother, My Brother" fit perfectly with the clones and originals fighting eachother. I don't know what movie you were watching.

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    This will always be my favourite movie. It actually had a real moral behind the flashy attacks and explosions. It also let us see a real sense of humanity in Mewtwo that we rarely see in any Pokémon (the fact he stands upright and spoke clearly might be a reason). It was sort of there with Entei and Lugia, but not in the same way as Mewtwo. I could imagine sitting beside Mewtwo at the dinner table like, just havin a chat.

    I never really took notice of the 'Brother, My Brother' song. It was grand like. I didn't strongly dislike it by any means.

    Also, it was one of the rare times we saw Charizard, Venusaur and Blastoise in close proximity for an extended period of time. Those clones rocked. You'd wonder why Ash didn't pull the whole 'Oh Mewtwo, I can look after them! I'll give them a happy life!' or something. I'd kill for Pokémon like that if I were in the animé.

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    Am I the only one who thinks this is the best movie ever...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Serebii
    Mewtwo Strikes Back!

    Ash, a rising pokémon trainer gets called to New Island by the best Pokémon Trainer. When he gets there he finds its Mewtwo, the most powerful Pokémon who has a vendetta against humans and plans to wipe out the world leaving nothing but him and his clone pokémon. But then Ash and the rarest Pokémon Mew, fight to stop him.
    that is really dramatic...
    but the movie is cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flygon Prince
    "Brother, My Brother" fit perfectly with the clones and originals fighting eachother. I don't know what movie you were watching.
    It's a bad 90's pop wannabe song, and it has no place in Pokémon. :s The music playing during that scene in the original was quite sad and suspenseful, like the scene was supposed to be. "Brother, My Brother" is not sad sounding at all.
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    It's a bad 90's pop wannabe song, and it has no place in Pokémon. :s The music playing during that scene in the original was quite sad and suspenseful, like the scene was supposed to be. "Brother, My Brother" is not sad sounding at all.
    "Brother, My Brother" sounds like a modern blues/soft-rock song to me. I think the mood and lyrics of the song make it a good choice for that scene. Anyone agree?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flygon Prince
    "Brother, My Brother" sounds like a modern blues/soft-rock song to me. I think the mood and lyrics of the song make it a good choice for that scene. Anyone agree?
    I agree completely only because it worked well for the scene. Not like dubbers would not make it work out:/

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