One Piece Movie 02: Nejimaki-jima no Daibouken


One Piece: Clockwork Island Adventure

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Synonyms: One Piece: Nejimakijima no Bouken, One Piece: Nejimaki Shima no Bouken
Japanese: ワンピース ねじまき島の冒険
English: One Piece: Clockwork Island Adventure
German: One Piece Film 2: Abenteuer auf der Spiralinsel!
Spanish: One Piece Película 2: Aventura en la Isla Espiral
French: One Piece Film 2: L'Aventure de L'île de L'horloge
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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 3, 2001
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Manga
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, FantasyFantasy
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 55 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 7.121 (scored by 5028450,284 users)
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Ranked: #33652
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Popularity: #2003
Members: 85,471
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Preliminary Spoiler
Jul 25, 2011
I was considerably delighted to find that the second movie of One Piece had a more creative plot than the first. Stepping right into the film, the audience is immediately thrown into a humourous situation: the Straw Hats have lost their ship, and are without a change of clothes. Enter, stage right, the crew in wedding attire. No, seriously. Apparently that was the only clothing rental shop open. (REALLY guys? Really?)

So the story picks up from there, going into the traditional method of laying out movie plots: enter, stage left, side characters. And what do you know, they may have an idea of who the ...
Jul 2, 2012
One Piece movie 2 was a fun-filled adventure with a memorable cast of new characters.

There were countless pieces of music which enriched this film and the anime episodes which followed.

The animation had lots of highlights and the shading was akin to episodes such as 312 and 474.

The composition was rather impressive too....

This is truly one of the most underrated One Piece movies despite only being the successor of One Piece 2000.
Oct 18, 2019
This is the second One Piece movie, theoretically taking place after Sanji joins the crew and before they go to Drunken Drum Island. Just like all movies, it is a filler mission with a good budget and a simplistic plot. The story is just about the Strawhat Pirates trying to save a kidnapped Nami and their stolen ship from an evil pirate crew. Along the way they also need to stop them before they complete their super weapon. And as usual there is a kid asking for their help …

Although not as far fetched as the previous movie, it still abuses the notion of making ...
Jan 15, 2016
Mixed Feelings
One Piece Movie 2: Nejimaki Jima no Daibouken Review

Story (5/10) Average

The story for the second One Piece movie was as the plot starts off weird and they introduce you to this Clockwork Island which is has and interesting design. The starting plot introduces you to two movie characters Akisu and Borodo which I guess are suppose to be a resemblance to Luffy and Shanks as far as relationship. Anyway the movie tries to give you their story while turning into a "Save Nami" plot also as she capture by the enemies of the movie and the crew has to go save her. For an anime ...
Sep 24, 2014
Year: 2014
The year it was released: 2001.
Well, I'm watching one piece and I'm episode almost 600, but I watched this movie and still enjoyed it.
The story was well made, action all over the movie unlike some other movies (will not tell name). Rich story with nice characters, the bad guys, and the ones who team up with mugiwara no ichimi.
The characters are from Zoro till Sanji (before the grand line).
The art was "fair" but it is because it was released in 2001 .
Sound: one piece soundtrack, quite enjoyable, like always.
The movie is 55 minutes so you won't have a lot shitty talks (this is ...
Jul 14, 2022
People saying this shit's underrated. That it's better than the first movie. I don't know what they're talking about. That was bad. Really bad.

I don't even wanna review it.

I'm glad the skunk died. And that the kid got shot. Twice.

Apparently my review was too short. How about now?

Maybe now.

...
Feb 19, 2014
It was to my enormous delight to find that this One Piece movie was far more interesting and engaging then the first movie; instead of basic treasure hunting we get at least some form of a plot, along with hilarious visual gags and enemies who are actually a threat.

Of course, the story is pretty basic fare. Set some time after the Arlong Arc, The Merry Going, along with Nami, have been stolen, and the remnants of the Straw Hat Pirates, garbed only in wedding gear, are off to rescue them. While this seems hilarious on paper (and it is), they don't really continue the wedding ...
Aug 8, 2018
Mixed Feelings
A very average film that has just enough going for it to make it enjoyable, albeit not enough for it to be particularly recommendable, even for One Piece fans as the series itself has a lot more going for it.

Similarily to the first film, the emotional weight is carried by a couple of side characters. Akisu and Boroudo have a relationship that is just strong enough and are developed just enough to be likable, albeit not as much as in the first film. In fact, if the movie were to focus more on these two and the environment of the island itself, I think it ...
Jan 5, 2020
One Piece Movie 2 Review

On this movie, additional crew has already been introduced, Sanji. The movie set up is on an island called Clockwork. With their ship getting stolen, they found their way on that island to have it back and found themselves in the midst of fight with Bear King. Well, another weak gorilla looking guy who only knows how to talk. Due to their traps and setups, most of the crews will be badly hurt, but that won't hinder them to fight.

The same with the first movie, the animation of this one is not that great. But still, the action and how ...
May 12, 2022
Mixed Feelings
This is a stupid review.

First because i never watched even one episode of One Piece, i just wanted to understand more or less what is One Piece without taking much spoilers.

The story: was very basic but in my opinion for a movie was pretty good.

Art: God damm i love this art style and the way they animate the funny faces, is with so much love and in such an artistic way. I am trully impressed with OP art.

Sound: to be honest nothing memorable...

Characteres: all the crew was very funny but in this movie the characters that i liked the most ware the "bros" such a ...
Nov 18, 2020
**Spoilers**

Okay Nami in a wedding dress while also wearing Luffy's straw hat is a figurine I NEED.

Also Zoro totally pulled a Thanos. Can't remember the exact quote so I'll put in Marvel's
"You ruined my life!" "I don't even know who you are" ;)

I can't wait till Nami starts kicking BUTT. The Damsel in distress thing isn't up my alley but Sanji was HILARIOUS the whole time of course. & the woman reallllllly had a thing for Nami it seemed at first??

Also, look at Nami defeating her by trapping her in a jar, just wow. haha. I'm surprised she couldn't get out after ...
Nov 27, 2021
Mixed Feelings
If I'm taking the Naruto movies as a baseline, which is my wont to do, this is more shaped like a movie than those were. It even has a few set-ups and pay-offs beyond the movie-original character's "secret" backstory, or whatever.

I'm also a fan of the slimmed-down, back-to-basics feel of anything from the East Blue era. (You can extend that to Chopper, too.) One Piece unfolds like a grand strategy over hundreds of chapters with a hundred characters, but there's just something to be said for how the core-est of the core group of characters worked so well together right from the start.

This movie is ...
Dec 26, 2021
Mixed Feelings
This one was okay but felt even more skippable than the last, to be honest. I'm not really a big fan of the kinds of movies that throw you right in with no set-up whatsoever. (I don't know, if I was able to steal a crew's ship that easily, I wouldn't have any great hope that they'd then be able to overthrow the tyrant rulers I was manipulating them towards... It would have been a bit more palatable if they'd caught Borodo in the act or something and then only ended up going to the island anyway because the bad guys succeeded in kidnapping Nami. ...