Takato and Guilmon go on vacation to Okinawa and meet a fellow tamer, Minami. Back in Japan, a popular computer pet suddenly becomes a virus, infecting all of the computers who have it. As the virus spreads, Takato tries to figure out why digimon are all attacking his new friend, and what her connection is to the virus.
This was a pretty intresting story, someone makes up a cute program, which gets infected by the bad Digimon etc, so all the electronic things go into mayhem. Haha, too bad no one died.
Anyway, the story's pretty cool, they did a good job on it in this Digimon Tamers movie, a great job actually. The art is still the same, the quality's just a bit better, so is the animation and the sound, still gotta love Guilmon's voice actor right?
The dissapointing parts of the mo...vies are the fights in the movies, they can barely defeat the weak Digimon, evolve way to easy and if they
do, they can defeat them in one attack, the higher-up digimon got eliminated in an instant too, and the final "boss" was another piece of that digital cake. Really dissapointing.
But that aside, we got a few new cool characters which got introduced, an old friend of Takato, Kai. A surfer looking guy who's carefree and lives in a temple, then we've got that grandfather of Kai. An old dude playing some kind of guitarish instrument, he even fights against a Digimon using.. ka-ra-te(?), without succes of course. And then the girl, Minami, the one that introduces the problem to Kai and Takato. Some others too, but those don't matter, but they did a great job, I love the new characters, and of course the old.
Highly enjoyable for digimon lovers and other people.