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One Piece..Uncut, and with an all new FUNimation dub!
The island kingdom of Alabasta is about to erupt in civil war a war engineered by Crocodile, one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea, and his criminal organization Baroque Works. Monkey D. Luffy, his Straw Hat pirates and Princess Vivi race to the island, where the strongest warriors of Baroque Works wait to stop them. Can Vivi and her friends stop an entire war? And how can Luffy fight Crocodile, when Crocodile can turn into sand?
A desert may seem like an unlikely place for pirates, but Luffy and his Straw Hat crew fight for Princess Vivi in the eighth One Piece movie, subtitled "The Desert Princess and the Pirates: Adventures in Alabasta." Crocodile and his Baroque Works gang foment a civil war in Alabasta, so they can control the country after most of its warriors have been killed. Crocodile also hopes to gain control of the Pluton, an ultimate weapon that may or may not exist. But Luffy and the Straw Hats charge to Vivi's rescue. Having eaten the Suna Suna or Sand Fruit, Crocodile can turn any part of his body into sand--a trick that may remind viewers of Gaara in Naruto. The climactic battle between the two pirate leaders pits Crocodile's sand transformations against Luffy's Gum Gum limbs and wits. Despite its title, One Piece: Movie 8 consists of recut footage from the "Alabasta" story arc of the TV series with some bits of additional animation. The repurposed footage doesn't always fit together: the film opens in the middle of an adventure and some important story elements get lost in the shuffle, including how Luffy is saved from the poisoned wound Crocodile inflicts. These inconsistencies probably won't bother One Piece fans. (Rated PG-13: violence, risqué humor, tobacco use) --Charles Solomon
Disappointing outing for TOEI on this one. Far inferior to the original anime telling. The changes are jarring and pointless.Published 5 days ago by Philip Adkins
It's One Piece on Blu-ray! Definitely awesome, the animation quality alone is worth the price. Support anime in the USA.Published 1 month ago by John W. Wegehaupt
great movie i expected a bit more detail but its fine considering its summarized the entire season into an hour movie.Published 5 months ago by Sorin O.
Just a rehash of the Alabasta arc in One Piece with slight changes. With some dialog changes, an extra Nico Robin scene (she has a flashback before stowing away on the Going... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Reviewer