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Overview

The first major motion picture from the Pokemon empire is sure to keep children coming back for more. When a scientist clones a Pokemon named Mew, the resulting clone, Mewtwo, begins cloning Pokemons as well. Enter Ash Ketcham, who travels to the evil island with a group of friends to battle the clones and attempt to restore normalcy to the planet. A definite plus is that the film ends on a moral note, with the realization that fighting is wrong and pointless.

Awards:

Main Cast & Crew:
Michael Haigney - Director
Kunohiko Yuyama - Director

    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 75
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 782009244400
  • Genre: Family
  • Rating: G
  • Release Date: March 2000

Reviews:
"...This is pure gothic eye candy..." - 06/01/2000 Sight and Sound, p.50-1


"...Energetic....The animation, with its rich colors and stylized angles, is fun to watch..." - 11/10/1999 New York Times, p.E1


"...The animation is bright, colorful and vibrant..." - 11/12/1999 Chicago Sun-Times, p.34