History Anime / PokemonJirachiWishMaker

15th Oct '17 4:30:10 AM FarSider
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** The English dub also added in a very [[Heartwarming/PokemonJirachiWishmaker heartwarming bit]] where Ash refers to a friend (obviously Misty) that he had to leave, and that he misses every day.
9th Oct '17 7:52:28 PM Tavernier
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* WhatSongWasThisAgain: The original ending song, ''Chiisaki Mono'' ("Tiny Thing"), is a valentine to the memory of growing up. The English ending song, ''Make a Wish'', is about believing in yourself and achieving your dreams. As fancy as it sounds to play both the English and Japanese lyrics in ''Make a Wish'', the lyrics are thematically incongruent.

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* WhatSongWasThisAgain: The original ending song, ''Chiisaki Mono'' ("Tiny Thing"), is a valentine to the memory of growing up.up and the friend that helped you do it. The English ending song, ''Make a Wish'', is about believing in yourself and achieving your dreams. As fancy as it sounds to play both the English and Japanese lyrics in ''Make a Wish'', the lyrics are thematically incongruent.
9th Oct '17 7:52:03 PM Tavernier
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* WhatSongWasThisAgain: The original ending song, ''Chiisaki Mono'' ("Tiny Thing"), is a valentine to the memory of growing up. The English ending song, ''Make a Wish'', is about believing in yourself and achieving your dreams. As fancy as it sounds to play both the English and Japanese lyrics in ''Make a Wish'', the lyrics are thematically incongruent.
8th Oct '17 10:17:45 PM DevinMeenan
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The sixth entry in the ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}'' series of films, and the first movie to feature the Advance Generation characters.

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The sixth entry in the ''{{Anime/Pokemon}}'' series of films, and the first movie to feature for the Advance Generation characters.
''Advance Generation'' series.


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* AbsenteeActor: For some reason, none of the gang's Pokémon appear aside from Pikachu and May's Torchic.
30th Jun '17 8:40:37 AM fruitstripegum
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* LighterAndSofter: For most of the film, anyway, since a lot of focus goes to Max's friendship with Jirachi.


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* LighterAndSofter: For most of the film, anyway, since a lot of focus goes to Max's friendship with Jirachi.
18th Mar '17 8:27:51 PM JGC-97
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* ShesAManInJapan: Jirachi is referred to with male pronouns in the English dub, while the Brazilian dub uses female pronouns. In the games it is [[NoBiologicalSex genderless]].
28th Nov '16 8:20:12 PM girlsaloudfan1000
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* KeepItForeign[=/=]TooLongDidntDub: A rare musical example. 4Kids Entertainment, rather than creating a new ending theme like they do with every ''Pokémon'' movie, decided to do a version of the film's original ending theme that alternated between English vocals and the original Japanese vocals, building up to the point where both singers have a duet in their respective languages.

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* KeepItForeign[=/=]TooLongDidntDub: A rare musical example. 4Kids Entertainment, Entertainment (through ''Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo''), rather than creating a new ending theme like they do with every ''Pokémon'' movie, decided to do a version of the film's original ending theme that alternated between English vocals and the original Japanese vocals, building up to the point where both singers have a duet in their respective languages.
27th Jul '16 4:50:41 PM Someoneman
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* KeepItForeign[=/=]TooLongDidntDub: A rare musical example. 4Kids Entertainment, rather than creating a new ending theme like they do with every ''Pokémon'' movie, decided to do a version of the film's original ending theme that alternated between English vocals and the original Japanese vocals, building up to the point where both singers have a duet in their respective languages. [[AwesomeMoments It's quite impressive.]]

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* KeepItForeign[=/=]TooLongDidntDub: A rare musical example. 4Kids Entertainment, rather than creating a new ending theme like they do with every ''Pokémon'' movie, decided to do a version of the film's original ending theme that alternated between English vocals and the original Japanese vocals, building up to the point where both singers have a duet in their respective languages. [[AwesomeMoments It's quite impressive.]]
8th Apr '16 6:05:43 PM TimG5
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* EatingTheEnemy: Butler uses Jirachi's power to create a Groudon. But the Groudon that's summoned isn't like the Groudon he's familiar with at all. In fact, [[GoneHorriblyWrong it proves to be a remorseless monster]] bent on destroying life. Not only does it [[WalkingWasteland kill all the plants it walks near]] but it uses tentacles made of slime to capture and absorb all people and Pokemon into it's body. Once caught, they can be seen trapped in bubbles in its [[BodyHorror transparent stomach.]]
10th Mar '16 5:46:06 AM ExSlacker
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** Also, the Pokemon fireworks seen in the movie were introduced in an episode that aired a couple weeks before the movie premiered.

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** Also, the Pokemon Pokémon fireworks seen in the movie were introduced in an episode that aired a couple weeks before the movie premiered.



* KeepItForeign[=/=]TooLongDidntDub: A rare musical example. 4Kids Entertainment, rather than creating a new ending theme like they do with every ''Pokemon'' movie, decided to do a version of the film's original ending theme that alternated between English vocals and the original Japanese vocals, building up to the point where both singers have a duet in their respective languages. [[AwesomeMoments It's quite impressive.]]

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* KeepItForeign[=/=]TooLongDidntDub: A rare musical example. 4Kids Entertainment, rather than creating a new ending theme like they do with every ''Pokemon'' ''Pokémon'' movie, decided to do a version of the film's original ending theme that alternated between English vocals and the original Japanese vocals, building up to the point where both singers have a duet in their respective languages. [[AwesomeMoments It's quite impressive.]]



* NeverTrustATrailer: A situation where this trope mingles with TrailersAlwaysSpoil- other than the teaser, the English trailers really play up the fake Groudon's role[[note]]"A dangerous force lies just beyond the surface, and only one Pokemon can stop it!"[[/note]]. This is despite said fake Groudon [[spoiler: only having 10 minutes of screentime, near the end of the movie.]]

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* NeverTrustATrailer: A situation where this trope mingles with TrailersAlwaysSpoil- other than the teaser, the English trailers really play up the fake Groudon's role[[note]]"A dangerous force lies just beyond the surface, and only one Pokemon Pokémon can stop it!"[[/note]]. This is despite said fake Groudon [[spoiler: only having 10 minutes of screentime, near the end of the movie.]]
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