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Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew (2005)

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Veronica Taylor Veronica Taylor
Ash Ketchum / May
Eric Stuart Eric Stuart
Brock / James / Squirtle / Forretress / Weavile / Bonsly / Omanyte / Omastar
Amy Birnbaum Amy Birnbaum
Max (voice)
Madeleine Blaustein Madeleine Blaustein
Meowth / Corphish
Ikue Ootani Ikue Ootani
Pikachu
Jeff Berman Jeff Berman
(voice)
Darren Dunstan Darren Dunstan
Freddy / Grovyle / Swellow / Munchlax


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Kathy Pilon Kathy Pilon
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Hideki Sonoda Hideki Sonoda


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4 years, 7 months ago at Dec 30 21:19
While a lot of Pokemon fans liked this movie, I... not exactly as much. Don't get me wrong; it may not be the best Pokemon movie in my opinion compared to everyone else's, but it's not the worst. The animation and some of the visuals are nice, and the back-stories for Lucario, Mew, and the Tree of Beginning work. On the other hand, the character Kidd Summers is a rather pointless character as she ... read more

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2 years, 11 months ago at Aug 28 7:25
Our heroes - or mainly, Ash - compete in a contest at Cameron Palace to earn the title of the "Guardian of the Aura". Little do they know that the legend of Sir Aaron may not be as it seems, and that the staff that's been handed down from generation to the next actually holds within it a Pokémon Lucario - an apprentice of Sir Aaron himself.

The movie's plot if pretty good, the art is... read more
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Description: Hundreds of years ago, Camaron Palace and its people were saved by the noble sacrifice of Sir Aaron, an Aura Knight. From that day forward the people have always honored his deeds with an annual festival. Of course, Ash isn't really much of a history buff—he's more interested in the Pokémon competition being held! Only when he wins and is asked to don the ceremonial role of Aura Guardian does Aaron's importance become clear—especially when Lucario emerges from Aaron's staff! Aaron isn't a hero to this long-dormant Pokémon—all Lucario remembers is the master that betrayed it! Left out of the battle all those hundreds of ... (more)
Release date: 19 September 2006
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