Yu-Gi-Oh! - The Movie
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For ultimate action, he holds all the cards! My monster can beat your monster! Or can it? The duels, strategies, lore and flat-out fun of the hottest trading-card game around supercharge this first-ever movie inspired by the popular Yu-Gi-Oh! games, comic books and TV series. Heroic Yugi squares off against archrival Kaiba in an adventure even more dangerous when the imaginary monsters in their playing cards become ferociously real and when an old evil enters the fray. Who will win this ultimate smackdown? Whether you're a novice Duelist or a professional, you'll want to watch and find out!
Challenges:Yu-Gi-Oh Monster Challenge: Memory Game
Music Video:2 music videos from the YuGiOh! The Movie Soundtrack
In their first theatrical feature, Yugi and his friends face their greatest challenge when their arch-rival Seto Kaiba obtains powerful cards from the now retired Maximillion Pegasus. More is at stake this time than a monster card championship, or even the rescue of Yugi's amateur-Egyptologist grandfather. Kaiba's challenge coincides with the discovery of the tomb of Anubis by a team of Egyptologists. The jackal-headed god is portrayed as an evil sorcerer whom the Pharaoh defeated 5,000 years ago. The resurrected wizard uses Kaiba as a pawn in his plan to destroy the world, with everything hinging on the card game between Yugi and Kaiba. The threat of world destruction is more than the premise of the series can sustain: Yugi may be a good sport, a loyal friend, and a champion player, but he's an unlikely candidate for saving the world. Neither Kaiba nor Yugi/Pharoah can play a card without screaming about the monster's power, and anyone not familiar with the game will be hopelessly lost. (MPAA rated PG: "scary combat and monster images") --Charles Solomon
- Monster challenge
- Two music videos
- Theatrical trailer
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The move its self started like the original show would, but then it stemmed out to a part of the movie that wasn't like the show, but more like an outting on it's own. What's the words I'm trying to use? It's like the show, but then it moves out into it's own origination. Sorry if that was confusing, but there is no other way to describe such a great film. Can't wait until the DVD arrives ^_^ Then i'll give another insight. ^_^