History Anime / PokemonJirachiWishMaker

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.]]
25th Nov '15 12:18:26 PM LiefKatano
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* CoversAlwaysLie: A Groudon is shown on the DVD cover. While a Groudon plays a role in the plot, it looks very different, due to it not actually being a real Groudon.
8th Nov '15 9:23:30 PM DarkChirano
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* NeverTrustaTrailer/TrailersAlwaysSpoil: A bit of an odd example- 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/TrailersAlwaysSpoil: NeverTrustATrailer: A bit of an odd example- 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.]]
5th Sep '15 3:12:55 PM TheNerfGuy
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* ContinuityNod: During part of the narration at the beginning of the movie, each Pokémon from the previous movies get a cameo, in chronological order, starting with [[Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie Mewtwo]], then [[{{Anime/Pokemon2000}} Lugia]], [[{{Anime/Pokemon3}} Entei]], [[Anime/Pokemon4Ever Celebi]], and [[Anime/PokemonHeroes Latias and Latios]]. Before all of them is Ho-oh, who was first seen in the very first episode.

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* ContinuityNod: ContinuityNod:
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During part of the narration at the beginning of the movie, each Pokémon from the previous movies get a cameo, in chronological order, starting with [[Anime/PokemonTheFirstMovie Mewtwo]], then [[{{Anime/Pokemon2000}} Lugia]], [[{{Anime/Pokemon3}} Entei]], [[Anime/Pokemon4Ever Celebi]], and [[Anime/PokemonHeroes Latias and Latios]]. Before all of them is Ho-oh, who was first seen in the very first episode.



** It seems to be an {{Expy}} of the Night Walker from ''Film/PrincessMononoke''.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: [[TheImmodestOrgasm Diane's scream]] as [[spoiler:saves Butler from the [[CameBackWrong False!Groudon.]]]] It doesn't help that she was captured by [[spoiler:[[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything False!Groudon's tentacles.]]]]
* GoneHorriblyWrong: [[spoiler:Butler]] made a machine that he believed would create a Groudon from scratch. The "Groudon" that resulted... well, ''wasn't''. It was an EldritchAbomination that was different from Groudon in every conceivable way except for its general shape.
* HeelFaceTurn: Diane goes against Butler to drive Ash, Jirachi, and the gang back to Forina.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: [[TheImmodestOrgasm Diane's scream]] as [[spoiler:saves [[spoiler:she saves Butler from the [[CameBackWrong [[EldritchAbomination False!Groudon.]]]] It doesn't help that she was captured by [[spoiler:[[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything False!Groudon's tentacles.]]]]
* GoneHorriblyWrong: [[spoiler:Butler]] made a machine that he believed would create a Groudon from scratch. The "Groudon" that resulted... resulted, well, ''wasn't''. It was an EldritchAbomination that was different from Groudon in every conceivable way except for its general shape.
* HeelFaceTurn: HeelFaceTurn:
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Diane goes against Butler to drive Ash, Jirachi, and the gang back to Forina.
3rd Aug '15 12:52:24 AM BagonsBeBagons
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* CallToAgriculture: The ending to ''Lucario and the Mystery of Mew'' reveals [[spoiler:that Butler and Diane have decided to take up residence in Forina, with Butler even taking up farming.]] Presumably, this is his way of atoning for his actions in this movie.
23rd May '15 9:17:19 AM SYZekrom
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* DoomedByCanon: Butler is horrified by the false Groudon's destruction, calling it evil, as it wasn't the real Groudon. However, anyone that's played Ruby or Emerald at the time would know that Team Magma themselves go through their own crisis with the real Groudon, as it also causes massive destruction and could not be controlled. The remakes [[UpToEleven make it worse]], as Primal Groudon is made synonymous with the end of all life, with a signature move and ability that implies death.
3rd May '15 6:01:59 PM machop
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12th Apr '15 10:31:33 PM Nina-chan
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: [[TheImmodestOrgasm Diane's scream]] as [[spoiler:saves Butler from the [[CameBackWrong False!Groudon.]]]] It doesn't help that she was captured by [[spoiler:[[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything False!Groudon's]] tentacles.]]

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: [[TheImmodestOrgasm Diane's scream]] as [[spoiler:saves Butler from the [[CameBackWrong False!Groudon.]]]] It doesn't help that she was captured by [[spoiler:[[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything False!Groudon's]] False!Groudon's tentacles.]]]]]]
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