Pokemon Movie 03: Kesshoutou no Teiou Entei


Pokémon 3: The Movie

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Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Pokémon: Spell Of The Unown, Gekijouban Pocket Monsters: Lord of the UNKNOWN Tower ENTEI, Pokémon Movie 3
Japanese: ポケットモンスター 結晶塔の帝王 ENTEI
English: Pokémon 3: The Movie
German: Pokémon Film 3: Im Bann der Icognito
Spanish: Pokémon Película 3: El Hechizo de los Unown
French: Pokémon Film 3: Le Sort des Zarbi
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Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 8, 2000
Producers: Studio Jack
Studios: OLM
Source: Game
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, ComedyComedy, DramaDrama, FantasyFantasy
Demographic: KidsKids
Duration: 1 hr. 13 min.
Rating: PG - Children

Statistics

Score: 7.081 (scored by 116559116,559 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #38502
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1341
Members: 181,181
Favorites: 148

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Synopsis

Mii Snowdon is left on her own after her father disappears while investigating the mysterious letter-shaped Pokémon called the Unown. The only clue to her father's disappearance is a box containing several tiles. While playing with these tiles, Mii makes a wish to see her father again, and this wish awakens the Unown—who summon the lion-like, legendary Pokémon Entei to act as her father.

Meanwhile, Satoshi heads to Greenfield with his faithful Pokémon companion, Pikachu, to meet with his friends, Kasumi and Takeshi. When they reach the area, they are shocked to find the place crystallized. They quickly learn that the Unown are responsible for this, and that they will need to be defeated in order to restore Greenfield to its former beauty.

The situation becomes personal when Satoshi's mother is kidnapped by Entei. To discover why his mother was taken away, Satoshi, along with his friends and Pokémon, must travel the crystallized landscape to confront Entei and the Unown.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]

Background

The film chronologically takes place after episode 155 of Pokemon.

Characters & Voice Actors

Snowdon, Mii

Main
Yajima, Akiko
Japanese

Unknown

Main

Kojirou

Supporting
Miki, Shinichiro
Japanese

Musashi

Supporting
Hayashibara, Megumi
Japanese

Nyarth

Supporting
Inuyama, Inuko
Japanese

Staff

Mori, Takemoto
Producer
Yuyama, Kunihiko
Director, Storyboard


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Opening Theme

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"OK! 2000" by Rika Matsumoto (歌松本梨香)
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Ending Theme

"Niji ga Umareta Hi (虹がうまれた日)" by Kumiko Mori (森公美子)




Reviews

Jul 30, 2011
I watched this as a child around 5-8 years old- and i remember it clearly- i have it on VHS and let me tell you-it was the bomb! it rocked my 6 year old mind. This was my favorite of all the Pokemon movies out at the time.

It Had Great sound,great artwork, a heartwarming story and as a kid it was just awesome.
They did a lot of character Development on Entei, showing his depth and he wasn't just the bad guy-he was the misunderstood villain,so much that i didn't see him as the true villian-he was the good guy to me.Entei was My ...
Nov 5, 2010
Mixed Feelings
The movie starts off with a slightly ridiculous but cute short film about Pikachu's adventure with the Pichu brothers. (It's actually the lenght of a normal TV episode, about 20mins, so no wonder it felt so long!) While that one was okay, it was a bit childish, not to mention felt a bit drawn out.

The actual movie itself was better than the second Pokémon movie. The plot was calmer and more detailed, the art was beautiful, and I liked it quite a lot.

Sometimes the events did get a bit repetitive, and when the plot had a few crucial turns near the end, I wasn't sure ...
Apr 23, 2020
It's time to look at the Pokemon franchise yet again. From back before they traded a good portion of their Pokemon for Galar's mostly shit ones. Yes, I'm still a bit salty about the Dexit fiasco. In any case, I've talked about the first two Pokemon films already. And it's time to look at the third. 

Story:

We open with a young girl named Mii. Her father is a researcher studying Unown. He's at the ruins when he vanishes. Mii receives a box with Unown tiles which she uses to accidentally summon the Unown to her home. They quickly go to work granting her wishes which results ...

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