English: Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D: Bonds Beyond Time
Synonyms: Yugioh, Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Ultra Fusion! Bonds Over Time and Space, Yu-Gi-Oh! 10th Anniversary Special, 10th Anniversary Gekijouban, Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Super Fusion! Bonds That Transcend Time
Japanese: 劇場版 遊☆戯☆王 ～超融合! 時空を越えた絆～
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 23, 2010
49 min. per episode
PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
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Score: 7.411 (scored by 4112 users)
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SynopsisWhile riding with Jack Atlas and Crow Hogan, Yusei Fudos's Stardust Dragon is captured by Paradox, a mysterious Turbo Duelist from the future, during a Turbo Duel and turned into a Sin Monster. With the help of the Crimson Dragon, Yusei chases after Paradox as he enters a time slip, ending up in the past. During this time, Paradox duels against Jaden Yuki, who is still able to use the powers of Yubel and The Supreme King. However, by this time Paradox had also captured Cyber End Dragon and Rainbow Dragon and overwhelms Jaden. He is saved thanks to Yusei and the Crimson Dragon. Jaden informs Yusei of Paradox's true intentions. By stealing various monsters from across time and turning them dark, he plans to kill Maximillion Pegasus, the creator of Duel Monsters, preventing the game from being created and causing the events of all three series to never happen. Yusei and Jaden agree to pursue Paradox, which leads them to the past and causes a meeting with the King of Games, Yugi Mutou. However, by the time Yusei & Jaden arrive, Paradox had already attacked his time, supposedly killing both Pegasus and Yugi's grandpa, and had also managed to steal Blue-Eyes White Dragon and Red-Eyes Black Dragon. After explaining everything to Yugi, he agrees to fight with Yusei and Jaden against Paradox in the ultimate three-on-one duel to free the trapped monsters and save both the world and time itself before it's too late.
Related AnimeParent story: Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX, Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's
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Yu-Gi-Oh! The Move: Bonds that transcend time is a movie where the 3 protagonist of the Yu-Gi-Oh! series meet through time travel to defeat a common foe (this movie of course took place before ZeXal was out). The movie gives a great deal of nostalgia because of the return of fan favorite Yugi Mutou however there were many pros and cons depending on the kind of viewer you are.
The movie is based around Fudo Yusei the main protagonist of YGO 5D's, though it makes sense to center it from the series that was currently ongoing it would have been nice to give veteran duel favorites more screen time, with the movie only being 50 minutes it was very possible to add more scenes for the other two individual main characters.
If you were watching it without any detail about GX or 5D's (it seems many fans dropped Yu-Gi-Oh! when Yugi was no longer the main character) then you probably didn't care about the story behind Judai and Yusei as well as explanations behind the spirits surrounding Judai or Yusei's connection to the "Crimson Dragon" rather everything story based probably went over your head meaning the first 20 minutes will be useless to you until Yugi makes his appearance.
If you were watching this movie with knowledge behind the Yu-Gi-Oh! story base then the movie will probably add more questions do your head then you previously had. Its good knowing the anime referenced to this movie whereas other anime movies tend to make the movies sort of like fillers away from the main anime adaption's.
Story wise what can you expect from YGO, its pretty cliche and despite the entire duel putting us at the edge of our seats the result of the duel is as broken as a PC hack in Counter Strike. There was no real back story behind the antagonist except for the fact his "future" got wasted, even in the anime nothing about this character is explained maybe the reason for the ruined future but nothing in regards to the character himself.
Where the story lacks the presentations makes up for it greatly. The animation was top notch probably one of the best an anime movie has ever presented. The use of past BGM's really helped with the nostalgic factor with the past main characters as well as dramatic BGM's for the more serious scenes. Sadly though when the movie was released in theaters it was released with 3D so alot of scenes tend to be played out longer than they should be, originally those scenes were there to show off the 3D but we obviously don't have that.
Overall i recommend the movie for anyone who was a fan of the original Yu-Gi-Oh! and those still fans of Yu-Gi-Oh! today simply for the main duel of the movie, if you are looking for an interesting story you will be very disappoint. read more
Yu-Gi-Oh! and here is your all so expected average movie!!
This for sure won't be the movie of your life. It's just enjoyable, you sit there and watch, and after that you come here and grade my review as helpful.
STORY : (3/10) - Poor.
I could resume on a single line. Someday Yusei (5D's main character) wakes up from a strange dream and realizes the world is vanishing. Yeah, does it help? The clichéd theme where a guy was born in the future (which for him is the present) and decide on taking a dreadful mask and his well-pressed strange clothes and all the technology he has (the world is destroyed after all) before travelling through time.
ART: (10/10) - Outstanding.
The main point, the art is excellent, a really great work. 3D technology is the perfect dish for Yu-Gi-Oh's monsters. If you are more into it than normal there will be times when you roll it back and watch the scene again. Sublime.
SOUND: (10/10) - Outstanding.
In the entire movie I could only find a couple of flaws. The sound arrangement is excellent, your ears will thank you after that. I mean this because they probably don't know japanese, if so, they'd punch you after so many cliché phrases.
CHARACTER: (3/10) - Poor.
Deepness' something you won't find. Yugi, Judai and Yusei had activated their cliché modes before movie even began. If you are a really great fan, you'll feel amazed, if not, you'll just enjoy the show, it's nothing to be worried about. But if you are one of those who like deepness and surprise, I'm sorry.
ENJOYMENT: (6/10) - Fair.
This movie is what I would classify as a pastime. You won't regret watching it, you could even watch it again. You won't scream in your thunderstruck state of mind, you won't yawn at it. You'll just sit there, watch the movie, and come back here to grade my review as helpful =) read more
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