Oh, that's too bad. I would have wanted to see that. =/Originally Posted by Heracross
Well, it's not really known if those two Latios and Latias were escorting the Latios to Alto Mare. It could have been that all three Latios and Latias were moving in, as seen with the three shadows flying around in the garden at the end credits. Or it could have been something completely different.Originally Posted by 0Hero
Yes, they did mention that Latios gave up his life for the city in the US version. It was a very sad moment in the movie for me. =(And, did they really say that Latios died in the US version? Since you know, kids know nothing about death >_>.....
Well, the US version had two minutes cut off in the beginning of the film, which explained Alto Mare's past and the Latios and Latias legend. Instead, the US version implemented a completely different legend of Alto Mare (An evil trainer used an Aerodactyl and a Kabutops to terrorize the city, but Latios's and Latias's father brought the water to the city to drown the evil Pokemon. Because he used up all of his power, their father died and became the Soul Dew.).And how different was the japanese version from the US?
Of course, music selection had to be changed (with language barriers and all). Only the title and ending songs were affected. "Mezase Pokemon Master 2002" was replaced with a longer version of "I Believe," and "Hitori Bocchijanai" was replaced with a medley of other bland English songs. Everything else was kept intact. ^^
Er, for a more in-depth comparison between the two, check out this site here: http://www.bulbagarden.net/~dogasu/c...als/mov05.html