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Pokémon: The First Movie [VHS]

Pokémon: The First Movie [VHS] Lowest new price: $9.79
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Brand: Warner Bros. Kids

This is the first movie of Pokemon and also includes the first battle between Mewtwo and Mew!

The world domination of Pokémon begets their first theatrical movie. This adventure is a little more complex and dark than the popular TV series, but kids who live for the show will gobble up this film and ask for seconds. Those baffled by the show's popularity, however, will see nothing better here. Mewtwo, a new type of Pokémon designed by scientists to be the ultimate fighter, decides he wants to rule the world and challenges all the great Pokémasters to battle. Of course, our intrepid heroes Ash, Misty, and Brock are there to tangle with Mewtwo and spoil his devilish schemes. The film is a tad more emotional than the show (that is, there is some emotion), with Ash sacrificing himself to defend his beloved Pikachu (but don't you worry, Ash will be just fine).

Would you really expect the makers of this worldwide phenomenon to radically change its winning formula? The feature is only 55 minutes long, but there's also a 20-minute short, "Pikachu's Vacation." For the Pokémon novice, this escapade will truly baffle: the narrated tale has virtually no dialogue except Pokémon speaking their names (Bulbasaur, for instance, will only express emotion by using variations of his name: "Bulba, Bulba-SAUR!"). It's a real curio. --Doug Thomas

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Cowboy Bebop - Jamming With Edward (Vol. 5) [VHS]

Cowboy Bebop - Jamming With Edward (Vol. 5) [VHS] Lowest new price: $37.67
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In the first episode, 'Jamming with Edward' the crew expands as Ed, a girl hacker from earth, joins the Bebop because of a promise made to her in exchange for help catching a bounty.

My Neighbor Totoro [VHS]

My Neighbor Totoro [VHS] Lowest new price: $39.95
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My Neighbor Totoro is that rare delight, a family film that appeals to children and adults alike. While their mother is in the hospital, 10-year-old Satsuki and 4-year-old Mei move into an old-fashioned house in the country with their professor father. At the foot of an enormous camphor tree, Mei discovers the nest of King Totoro, a giant forest spirit who resembles an enormous bunny rabbit. Mei and Satsuki learn that Totoro makes the trees grow, and when he flies over the countryside or roars in his thunderous voice, the winds blow. Totoro becomes the protector of the two sisters, watching over them when they wait for their father, and carrying them over the forests on an enchanted journey. When the children worry about their mother, Totoro sends them to visit her via a Catbus, a magical, multilegged creature with a grin the Cheshire Cat might envy.

Unlike many cartoon children, Satsuki and Mei are neither smart-alecky nor cloyingly saccharine. They are credible kids: bright, energetic, silly, helpful, and occasionally impatient. Filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki makes the viewer believe the two sisters love each other in a way no American feature has ever achieved. My Neighbor Totoro is enormously popular in Japan, and some of the character merchandise has begun to appear in America. The film has also inspired a Japanese environmental group to buy a Totoro Forest preserve in the Saitama Prefecture, where Miyazaki's film is set. --Charles Solomon

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Pokemon - The Johto Journeys - Azalea Adventures (Vol. 47) [VHS]

Pokemon - The Johto Journeys - Azalea Adventures (Vol. 47) [VHS] Lowest used price: $6.63
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When Ash and his friends are chansed into a cave by a giant Meowth robot, they come across a wild Cyndaquil! But Ash isn't the only trainer trying to catch it! Then, our heroes finally make it to Azalea Town, but before they can win a badge at the gym, they have to save the Slowpoke in the Slowpoke Well and end a drought! Plus, Poke Ball-maker Kurt offers to make speciality Poke Balls for Ash, Misty and Brock, but only if they go into the forest, brave its Pokemon, and pick the apricorns for themselves!

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Birdy the Mighty: Final Force [VHS]

Birdy the Mighty: Final Force [VHS] Lowest new price: $16.00
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Pokemon - The Johto Journeys - Flying Ace (Vol. 43) [VHS]

Pokemon - The Johto Journeys - Flying Ace (Vol. 43) [VHS] Lowest new price: $10.00
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What does a clumsy but well-meaning Blissey have to do with Jessie's secret past? Then, Ash finally reaches town with the next Pokemon gym, Violet City, only to face Team Rocket and a pint-sized Pikachu thief. Plus, the Violet City Gym Leader uses his flying Pokemon to save Pikachu from the grips of team Rocket, but that won't stop Ash from battling him to win the Zephyr Badge!

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Pokemon: The Movie 2000 [VHS]

Pokemon: The Movie 2000 [VHS] Lowest new price: $27.81
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The Power Of One: Get set for an unforgetable adventure featuring all-new Pokeman! An ancient legend comes true when pokemon Articuno, Zapdos and Moltres are disturbed after centuries of harmony. As the very forces of nature come unbalanced, life on earth depends on the unlikly teaming of the mythical Pokemon Lugia and a mystertios "chosen one" foretold in the legend. Can Ash Ketchum summon the courage to save the day? See how one person can make all the difference.

Thanks to a greedy Pokémon collector, Earth's weather patterns are askew and its population doomed unless Pokémon trainer Ash can return three glass balls to their proper place in this second Pokémon feature. Unlike the television show, the movie features little violence and no Pokémon battles in the classic sense. Instead, the focus is an environmental one: what happens when humans interfere with the harmony of Earth's elements--in this case fire, ice, and lightning. Even Team Rocket have a (temporary, to be sure) change of heart, joining Ash and Misty in their effort to free the three imprisoned birdlike Pokémon who regulate those elements. The good intentions of this 76-minute film, however, don't make it any less dull for grownups (even though this feature is better than the first). Even more mind-numbing than the feature is the lead-in short, "Pikachu's Rescue Adventure," in which Pikachu and Pokémon friends follow Team Rocket's feline down a hole into a Munchkinland-type place. Without the humans for dialogue, viewers must endure a full 20 minutes of nothing but the squawks and squeaks of pocket monsters. As the movie's title song says, "We all live in a Pokémon world." (Ages 3 and older.) --Kimberly Heinrichs


  • Exclusive bonus Footage
  • nak preview of Pokemon 3
  • Includes the Mini-Movie: Pirachu's Rescue Adventure

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Digimon - The Movie [VHS]

Digimon - The Movie [VHS] Lowest new price: $9.70
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When a powerful new Internet Digimon hatches and begins to consume data at an alarming rate, the Digidestined - kids chosen to save the digital world - must put an end to the destruction before the damage becomes irreversible and worldwide communication halts forever. As computer-based missiles are launched, and a wayward Digimon kidnaps the Digidestined, only the combined efforts of a worldwide network of kids and a new group of "Digidestined" can rescue the others and stop global disaster.

Like the similar Pokémon craze, the animated Digimon TV series has spawned a full-length theatrical film. The two phenomena are similar: kids collect monsters and go on adventures. While Pokémon has a sense of odyssey and a wisp of a moral, Digimon is flat-out rough-and-tumble adventure. Can an adult figure out the digi-details of the digi-world? Here's a digi-shot. That world is full of evolving monsters that live and fight in their own ways. The digi-world and real world can intermix, and one of the portals is the Internet. So kids sit at their laptops and fight with their digi-monsters in an abstract environment that looks like something from Tron but with none of the cool. The first 50 of 83 minutes is backstory that takes place eight years earlier. So everyone is grown up (as the time frame leaps over all the original Digimon TV shows), and Digimon and humans interact on Earth. A bad digi-virus is bent on revenge, and it will take more than a laptop to defend the planet. That said, if the end of the world ever looms, a golden digi-egg will be a good thing to have. (Ages 6 to 12) --Doug Thomas

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Pokemon - The Johto Journeys - Ursaring Rampage (Vol. 51) [VHS]

Pokemon - The Johto Journeys - Ursaring Rampage (Vol. 51) [VHS] Lowest new price: $9.94
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Brand: Pokemon

Collectible: Pokemon - The Johto Journeys - Ursaring Rampage (Vol. 51). In PIONEER/VIZ Version in Gold Hardshell Case [VHS]


  • Pokemon - The Johto Journeys - Ursaring Rampage (Vol. 51) [VHS]
  • Collectible PIONEER/VIZ Version in Gold Hardshell Case

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Pokemon - Round One (Vol. 25) [VHS]

Pokemon - Round One (Vol. 25) [VHS] Lowest new price: $11.00
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Serial run on Cartoon Network and Warner Brothers Television network!

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