What's matter most is that the whole experience doesn't feel flat, isn't it? Ash is the focus of course, a few new characters and poke are introduced, and its good to see Tory make friends with those plus and minus pokemon. From LaRousse losing its power to the gang battling multiple Deoxyses to the exhilarating battles between Deoxys and Rayquaza to the robot blocks going haywire, it really delivers some excitement. Pokemon the Movie: Destiny Deoxys is by now the 7th installment in this Series and gets just better and better with each installment in my opinion and i really don't get the bad reviews this movies have gotten so far their easily probably one of the better anime movie series i have ever seen so far at least. The antics are raised in this movie as well as the stakes. This is a welcome edition to the Pokemon franchise. Production design in the film is pretty impressive, and the city scenes are reminiscent of those old futuristic movies we were always seeing in 50s science fiction movies. Somethings are surprise, such as the twins Deoxys and the newest Pokemon - Gobigon, which love eating very much.
This poke'mon movie is my favorite by far. They are captured in the beginning and spend the entirety of the film in a prison. The opening fight between Deoxys and Rayqueza always reminds me of Godzilla, my other favorite Japanese export. Watching the backdrops is still more fun than watching the plot in this movie, but it's not awful. The animation and all of this movie is great, love to see Deoxy's and Rayquaza fighting it off. Here, the gang meet many new friends, one of them a boy named Tory who is mostly afraid of Pokemon thanks to a traumatic experience he had back at the North Pole.
This is definitely one of the most action-packed Pokémon movies to date. The action scenes are more intense then usual compared to many other Pokemon flicks with a lot of great moments. It was very colorful and creative. A few years later, Ash, Pikachu, May, Max, and Brock arrive at the high tech Larousse City to enter a special tournament the battle pyramid. Man, this is the first animated feature by Pokémon without a Pikachu short. In the middle of the movie, there is an excruciating musical montage in which the main characters' pokemon begin laughing and dancing goofily for no apparent reason.
I found this movie and movie number six Wish Maker Jirachi way different than the other pokemon movies. Tory, who has gotten over his fear of Pokémon, agrees and later bids Ash and the others farewell at the train station with his new friends, Plusle and Minun, on his shoulders. Ash goes to this Battle Tower and meets a child named Tory, who has a fear of Pokemon due to prior experiences. Unlike Pokemon: The First Movie, Destiny Deoxys contains several visually stunning scenes--similar to scenes you'll find in other popular anime features such as Princess Mononoke. Deoxys makes for an awesome antagonist. Ash and Tory work together and ultimately manage to shut off the malfunctioning robots by disabling the chief robot, freeing the twin Deoxys and Rayquaza. Actually, the storyline of this movie is simple to understand.
Well, this movie, in summation, is another 1 hour waste of my time. During its entry into the atmosphere, it almost wounds Rayquaza, a sky guardian living in the ozone layer. Soon enough, Deoxys, having fully regenerated, arrives and causes mischief as he searches for something while getting rid of anyone who gets in its way. I think good rock songs would have made it earn the true title as a Pokemon Movie. It scores at the top across the board: great story, great battles, great music, great characters, and great new villains : Deoxys and Rayqueza. Young Tory enjoys playing with the pokemon until the group is interrupted by a pair of monstrous aerial pokemon: Rayquaza and Deoxys, who are apparently in a battle to the death just above them. I won't spoil it for you if you haven't seen it but all the other Pokémon are also interesting in their own ways and most of them are super adorable too! Anyway, it's great to see a movie with different distributors with different ideas.
Even the film's climax feels drawn out; after a while, I just wanted it to end. Once again, thank you Pokemon for creating your 7th movie. Pokemon fans will probably enjoy this. The story is pretty interesting. He is an interesting legendary Pokémon, and he is also somewhat sympathetic as he is more misunderstood than evil.
It is also the longest movie of Pokemon's history. So overall, Destiny Deoxys 2004 is very impressive! It was--not that that's saying much. Not only the human characters and Pokémon each have their distinct personalities, there are some intelligent non-human non-Pokémon characters such as Block Bots as well. In the film's opening, we are introduced to a young boy named Tory. His father, a professor, gathers data on several ice pokemon in an arctic continent with the aid of his assistant.
That's why it takes one hour and forty minutes long. The story is pretty interesting and Deoxys is a fascinating character. My apologies if I have used words like endearing a lot for these reviews I am reviewing all Pokémon movies, you can check my profile but they have various expressions like emoji and they can perform numerous tasks including security which is just so cute. Rayquaza, on the other hand, is an awesome beast, undeniably powerful and just looks really cool. I liked the few scenes just with poke doing amusing things with feelgood background music. This one is one of the better ones.
Nothing is perfect in this world but compared to the older Pokémon films, it is so much better and improved in various aspects! The movie had absolutely no guidelines, and starts out in total confusion. I liked Sid and Rafe as supporting characters. Yes, there could be some stuffs that are mind boggling but well, the Pokémon Universe is essentially a fantasy based on video games so it is actually perfectly fine if you allow it! The sound effect is good, especially the ending music - Lovely Boy. This is a very underrated film that I recommend to any Pokémon fan. I recommend this movie because its feature length, It has two really strong pokemon in it, one secret pokemon that has something to do with snorlax, and its a lot of fun to watch.
Therefore, I am sure you will be pleasantly entertained if you give this animated feature a chance because I am quite certain that Destiny Deoxys 2004 is one of the easiest-to-love Pokémon film out there! We see real drama and character development particularly in Tory, who works to overcome his fear of Pokemon , both of which were entirely absent in the first Pokemon movie. The only faulty thing I didn't like about it was that it lacked good popular music like the other four before pokemon: Jirachi Wish Maker. All the characters are interesting, especially Tory who goes through a lot of character development. For this movie, it does not have any short special episodes. The superfluous Munchlax scenes aside, this is one of the most thoroughly enjoyable entries in the series. This Pokemon's appearance, means the new generation of Pokemon is coming.