- Actors: Colleen Clinkenbeard, Luci Christian, Christopher R. Sabat, Eric Vale
- Directors: Mike McFarland
- Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
- Language: Japanese
- Subtitles: English
- Dubbed: English
- Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 2
- Rated: Not RatedUnrated
- Studio: Funimation
- DVD Release Date: October 15, 2013
- Run Time: 320 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 17 customer reviews
- ASIN: B00E00GBYA
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #97,313 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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While Luffy races to save Robin from the cowardly clutches of Spandam the madman, the rest of his mates fight for their lives against the heinous henchmen of CP9! Robin steps into save Sanji from taking a beating at the hands of a lethal bathing beauty, and Chopper goes on a rampage after eating one too many Rumble Balls during his showdown with a samurai lion! Meanwhile, Franky teaches a zipper-mouthed freak a thing or two about the punching power of cola, Zoro s swordplay is hampered by being handcuffed to Usopp, and Sanji reappears just in time to introduce his wolfish opponent to the burning power of the devil s leg! The fists are officially flying, and the most epic One Piece arc ever just got brutal!
After pausing to allow the characters a moment to reflect on their respective pasts, the filmmakers crank up the action as the "Enies Lobby" arc of One Piece builds to its climax. The Straw Hats and their allies are pitted against madman Spandam's CP 9 squad of assassins. Fueled by cola, which does for him what spinach does for Popeye, Franky takes out zipper-mouthed Fukuro. Chopper fights Kumadori, who dresses like a Kabuki lion dancer and fights with his streaming hair. To beat him, the normally timorous Chopper eats three Rumble Berries--and metamorphoses into a mindless monster. Nami uses mirages and lightning bolts to defeat Kalifa, who gained weird powers from the Bubble-Bubble Fruit; Sanji kicks the sushi out of Jabra in his wolf form. While attempting to escape with Robin, Spandam inadvertently summons a Buster Call, the all-out attack that razed Robin's home island of Ohara: if the Straw Hats are going to pull off this rescue, they don't have much time to do it. Zoro continues to employ his "Three Sword Style" against Kaku, who's transformed into a giraffe. But everything's riding on the all-out battle between a geared-up Luffy and "Pigeon Guy"--Spandam's bodyguard Lucci. Special episodes 291 and 292, which ran during the 2006-2007 holidays in Japan, transport the Straw Hats to Jipangu, an alternate reality inspired by feudal Japan. This farcical adventure features wonderfully incongruous visuals, including Zoro as an itinerant monk, Chopper ("Doctor Blue Nose") in getta, Sanji and Nami running a small café, and "Boss" Luffy wielding a sword-breaking hook as the town sheriff. (Rated TV 14: cartoon violence, violence against women, minor risqué humor, alcohol and tobacco use) --Charles Solomon
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