Pokemon: The Rise Of Darkrai

Starring Ikue Ootani, Kayzie Rogers

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Description & Features+

"Pokemon: The Rise Of Darkrai" - In their latest adventure, Ash and his friends travel to Alamos Town. Suddenly, the mysterious Darkrai appears. An epic battle is taking place between the Legendary Dialga who can control time, and the Legendary Palkia who can distort space. The battle takes place in the space-time continuum.

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BoxedSet
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Cast
Ikue Ootani, Kayzie Rogers
English rating
NR
Format
DVD
Franchise
Pokemon
Genre
Animation
Language
English
Number of discs
1.0
Quebec rating
G
Release date
27/05/2008
Run time (minutes)
90.0
Studio
Warner Bros Entertainment
Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired
CC
Widescreen
No
Brand
Viz Media
Product Identifiers
Walmart Item #
30109196, 30371594
SKU
6000196197345
UPC
78200923896

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Ratings & Reviews+

Pokemon: The Rise Of Darkrai is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun and entertaining Cute movie my son loved it and so did my 4 year old daughter
Date published: 2008-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Pokemon Movie to add to your Collection! I recently purchased this movie to add to my growing Pokemon DVD collection. Having not seen the movie before, but having watched a majority of the Diamond and Pearl series, I was very excited for this movie. The story is solid and enjoyable, and I'm not sure what everyone is talking about the voice acting. It matches the anime perfectly. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who loves Pokemon!
Date published: 2011-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from thrilling movie I got this move cause I am a Dawn fan but this movie seriously is such a thriller excellent quality i loved the clearness of it and the whole plot of the movie I enjoyed it and plan to watch it again today and more and more as I stay as a Dawn fan I defiantly recommend the movie to fans of Ash and Dawn
Date published: 2009-12-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Kids loved it They rated this the best Pokemon movie they have seen.
Date published: 2008-07-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from ok for a Pokemon movie good storyline if U like the pokemon Darkrai
Date published: 2010-01-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A prospect but also a great mishap This film is one for Pokémon fans to be proud of for many a reason outside of one thing - voice acting. Oh yes, this film wans with wonderful animation and epic nature to call to. The issue is not the film but rather Pokémon USA's own volition of providing voice acting that has no brevity of feeling or any feeling put into it but rather that which destroys characterizations rather laconically. And that completely deters enjoyment. Why they enjoy us to buy these products is beyond us. The original Seiyuus (Japanese VAs) were great, but the dub of this... tripe. Of course, no one is in contest with hope itself, which there's nothing invalid about. Hoping that Pokémon USA will come out and concede their folly one day. Return the original VAs of 4Kids who knew the characters best to their rightful roles. Until then, while Darkrai and Palkia in this film, the battles, and the converging of the dimensions... it's all great, there's just not a lot of incentive to enjoy it due to lack of voice acting which defines characterizations. I'll say this much: Sarah Natochenny does not follow the mood of Ash's character with her voice acting. She creates her own role, and a rather strained one at that. So, is this movie enjoyable? There's a huge divvy of "enjoyment" missing, if you would indeed deem enjoyment without good voice acting so. But I apprise against buying it, without coming off as too adamant, hopefully. It's just a squandering of money when PUSA would rather watch the dub burn than care about the fans. Everything suffers from disdainful voice acting as it needs a base from which to work. It's rather oblique. All I have to say is that if PUSA enjoy churning out products like this, I'd hate to see how Movie 11 turns out. Don't buy this if you still care about the Pokémon dub.
Date published: 2009-01-03
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