Synonyms: Gekijouban Tennis no Ouji-sama: Eikokushiki Teikyuu Shiro Kessen!
Japanese: 劇場版テニスの王子様 英国式庭球城決戦！
Sep 3, 2011
1 hr. 27 min.
PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
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SynopsisSeigaku travels to England to play a tournament representing Japan but they are attacked by a group of street tennis players who were banned from playing official tournaments because of their rough play.
Note: 10th Anniversary Movie of the Prince of Tennis anime.
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This movie is definitely a treat for any Prince of Tennis fan. After Seigaku wins the National Championship comes along this movie. The artwork pales in comparison to the National Championship animation but still is nonetheless good. As far as the soundtrack goes, little to no music was used and i feel that it was extremely plain in contrast with the original soundtrack from the original series. Despite this movie being 2 hours, i feel that the story was rushed. I didn't feel sorry for any of the new characters. Namely being Ling Xiu and Keith. The story was simple. Far too simple that you'd never expect it to be the kind of story it is. However, the movie is bearable to watch and is worth the watch. The best thing about this movie is undoubtly the uniting of the characters to overcome the obstacle they all commonly face, The Crack (the group of street tennis players that are banned from official tournaments because of their rough play). The teamwork and the uniting of the different teams (Seigaku, Rikkaidai, Hyotei and Shintenhouji) was truly splendid and something that fans have always wanted to see since the ending of the Nationals but never got the what they wanted. Overall this movie is worth watching but don't expect too much from it as Echizen himself didn't even use any of his special moves. Overall the movie is watchable and is something all fans should give a try. read more
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