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Yu-Gi-Oh!
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Reviewed on 2004-08-18
RatedPG
Received[2]  out of 4 stars
GenreAction / Adventure / Animation / Fantasy
Websitehttp://yugioh.warnerbros.com
Based on the comic book, trading card and television series phenomenon, Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie is the story of Yugi, a boy captivated by a card game sweeping the nation.

Fans will be transported to a new dimension when Yugi finds himself engaged in battle with his archrival Seto Kaiba, who badly want to defeat Yugi and claim the title of King of Games. Suddenly, the imaginary monsters in the players' decks become real and the duelists are in a dangerous realm where they must fight for their lives and the fate of the world.

It was mostly over my head but the kids in the audience knew what was going on and loved it. If you see this movie, take a kid and let him guide you through it.

Pokemon was big some time ago and this popular new hero will bring the kids out in droves. The whole thing is the brainchild of manga artist/writer Kazuki Takahashu. Yu-Gi-Oh! began as a comic book in Japan in 1996 and has flourished into an immensely successful global brand, spawning a highly rated animated television series, video game franchise and trading card game. Bringing Yu-Gi-Oh! to the big screen was the next logical step in taking this franchise to a new level.







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