Pokemon 3: The Movie

Synopsis: Professor Shuri is a scientist looking for rare Pocket Monsters. He reads a storybook to his daughter Mi about the powerful Pokemon Entei. Shuri is currently searching for the heiroglyph Pokemon "Unknown". While searching through some ancient artifacts, Shuri awakens Unknown and is sucked into it. Mi next awakens Unknown while looking for her father. Unknown bonds with her and turns her mansion into a Crystal Tower. The crystallization begins to spread. Unknown lives to serve Mi and creates an Entei with the personality of her father to make her happy. When Mi next desires a mother, Entei kidnaps Satoshi's mother Hanako to give to Mi. Satoshi, Kasumi, Takeshi, and of course Pikachu set out to get her back.
 
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These are legendary Pokemon, Molly.

Lots of people believe in them,

even though they've never seen them.

And in this book, the artist imagined

what some of them might look like.

- This is the one you're looking for, right?

- Yes, I've been looking for it since...

For a long time now.

It looks funny.

There's Entei!

Entei looks a little scary to me.

But you like Entei.

Entei's real big and strong,

but it's still nice.

Just like you are, Papa.

I'm like Entei, am I? Lmagine that.

Well, then I am Entei!

You're Entei!

Here we go!

Another e-mail.

It must be Schuyler again. It's always him.

Professor, we found something.

A hidden chamber with new clues

about the Unown. Please, come quickly.

I've got to go now, Molly.

- Papa, I'm going to miss you.

- And I'll miss you.

I'll be back just as soon as I can.

Keep me close in your dreams.

I love you.

Pleasant dreams, Molly.

Here it is, Professor.

I've never seen markings like this,

but they seem to be about the Unown.

- What do you think?

- We'll see.

Well, if anybody can figure out

what this says, it's you.

It's the Unown!

Professor?

Professor!

This is awful. Now the poor young miss

is all alone in this world.

Papa, I saw the car and...

- Molly.

- I should tell her.

Papa, what happened to you?

Unown!

They look just like letters.

I can spell our names with the Unown.

Papa...

...and Mama...

They're together with me.

Unown!

Do you all want to play with me?

What's this?

- What are they?

- Those are the Unown!

These are legendary Pokemon, Molly.

And in this book, the artist imagined

what some of them might look like.

Papa.

I'm like Entei, am I? Well, then I am Entei.

Papa...

...please come back!

Are you the one who has called me here?

Are you my...

I am Entei.

Papa, it's you!

You look just like the Entei

in the storybook, but it's you!

Papa!

Papa.

Papa?

If that is what you wish.

Step by step, Ash, Misty and Brock

continue their Pokemon journey...

...wondering what adventures await

as they travel into unknown territory...

...never suspecting that's exactly

where this road leads.

Are any of you guys Pokemon trainers?

Yeah, I'm Ash Ketchum from Pallet

and I want to be a Pokemon Master.

I'm Brock from Pewter City.

I want to be your boyfriend.

Thanks, but no, thanks.

I'm a trainer, too. Want to battle?

Go ahead, Ash.

All right. A workout will help me

stay in shape for the Johto League.

Excuse me. But first, let's see

if you're even in my league.

Well, get ready,

because I always play to win!

I'm impressed, Ash. You are one

of the toughest trainers I've ever seen.

Thanks, Lisa, but you almost beat me.

This is Ash's fifth battle this week.

His Pokemon are getting pretty tired.

Lisa, would you know if there is

a Pokemon Center anywhere around here?

There is one just over the mountains

in Greenfield.

Just over the mountains in...

Everyone's heard of Greenfield.

I've wanted to see it since I was little.

Me, too! And I know

the quickest way to get there.

Greenfield is a beautiful little town

with beautiful gardens...

...and a beautiful mountain

with a beautiful mansion right at the top.

Yes, everything in Greenfield is beautiful.

Everything is beautiful in Greenfield, huh?

Then I can't wait to see all the girls!

You can see Greenfield

from up at the top of the hill.

Greenfield is just as I imagined it.

Beautiful fields of flowers

that turn into a crystal wasteland...

...that obliterates the entire...

Hey, what's going on?

I thought Greenfield was supposed

to be pretty. It looks horrendous!

Not only that, it looks bad.

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Norman J. Grossfeld

Norman J. Grossfeld (born December 15, 1963 in New York) is an American director, television producer, screenwriter and executive. From February 1994 to December 2009, he was the president of 4Kids Productions, a former subsidiary of 4Kids Entertainment and Leisure Concepts. He produced the English adaptations of the first eight seasons of the Pokémon TV series and six seasons of Yu-Gi-Oh!. He produced five seasons of the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, five Pokémon movies, one Yu-Gi-Oh! movie and he also produced the 3 Seasons of Winx Club on 4KidsTV. In addition to producing and executive producing, Grossfeld co-wrote most of the Pokémon films, which grossed over $600 million worldwide. Grossfeld is credited with writing the Pokémon franchise's tagline, "Gotta catch 'em all!"An accomplished lyricist and musician, Grossfeld contributed to several tracks on the Pokémon 2.B.A. Master soundtrack album, the first released for the English localization of the Pokémon anime. The album was a commercial success, rising to the top of the US Billboard Kids Albums Chart and garnering RIAA Gold certification with over 500,000 units sold.He also wrote both the main and ending theme songs for Sonic X and Kirby: Right Back at Ya!, and the English ending theme song to Pokémon: Jirachi Wish Maker. Grossfeld also developed and co-wrote the successful stage adaptation of the Pokémon series, which premiered at Radio City Music Hall and toured the United States and Canada in late 2000 to early 2001.Before his role as president of 4Kids, Grossfeld was a producer and director at Television Programming Enterprises from 1988 to 1991, worked at NBC Sports from 1991 to 1992 as a coordinating director, and spent 1992 through 1994 as president of the television production company Gold Coast Television Entertainment.Grossfeld broke new ground in reality television with NBC's Emmy Award-winning InSport, a show hosted by Ahmad Rashād that set the stage for sports magazine series now on the air. Grossfeld has also produced, written and/or directed a variety of programs, including Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, hosted by Robin Leach.A member of the Directors Guild of America, Grossfeld directed coverage of several Olympic Games for NBC, including the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta and the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano. In 1996, Grossfeld won the International Olympic Committee's highest honor, the Golden Rings, for his direction of the live sports coverage of the 1996 Olympic Games. more…

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