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Pokémon the Movie: Hoopa and the Clash of Ages (2015)

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  • Ash, Pikachu, and their friends come to a desert city by the sea. Here they meet the Mythical Pokémon Hoopa, which has the ability to summon things—including people and Pokémon—through its magic rings. After a scary incident, they learn of a story about a brave hero who stopped the rampage of a terrifying Pokémon long ago. Now, the threat that has been bottled up for years is in danger of breaking loose again.

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    When Ash, Pikachu, and their friends visit a desert city by the sea, they meet the Mythical Pokémon Hoopa, who has the ability to summon things-including people and Pokémon-through its magic ring. After a scary incident, they learn a story about a brave hero who stopped the rampage of a terrifying Pokémon long ago. Now, the threat that has been bottled up for years is in danger of breaking loose again! Can Ash help his new friend overcome the darkness within...or will a dangerous secret erupt into a clash of legends? —Chandan

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    1 year ago

    This is easily the worst Pokemon movie to date. I pity everyone who took part in the creation and viewing of this movie, minus the writers because I am personally offended at how they wasted an hour and twenty minutes of my time that I will never get back.The movie breaks every canon they had set up in Pokemon prior to this. It's like they decided to write a movie without watching any of the previous movies or playing the games or knowing what Pokemon were aside from general design for animation purposes. First of all, Hoopa is the most grotesquely annoying character from literally any series I've ever seen. They scream every single line they have except when on the brink of death. The voice eventually felt like someone was putting my ear drums against a cheese grater. Second of all, they added in every legendary Pokemon they could cram into a scene just for a "clash of the titans" type action scene to try to compensate for the movie not really having a coherent story. Or even a story really. It was just legendary Pokemon fan-service and it flopped horribly. Third, it takes place in a fictional version of Dubai named after some variation of the word "Sahara" since Hoopa is based on a Djinn. The city was barren. There was no one there aside from like two scenes where you'd see maybe five other people aside from the main characters. Plus, every single character in this movie was white. In fictional Dubai. At the beginning of the movie the supporting characters and background characters were wearing (though stereotypical and outdated) middle eastern attire, but by the end you'd swear you were looking at a hipster poetry night at a coffee shop in Portland with how white everyone was. I was left with far more questions than answers with this movie. Literally none were remotely close to answered. I get this is a kids movie but kids movies and animation in general has stepped up in the past decade. Pokemon apparently didn't get the memo because this views worse than almost any B movie.

    1 year ago

    If you've seen any of the other seventeen(!) Pokémon movies (and if you haven't, stop reading this, and get thee to the Mewtwo!), Hoopa and the Clash of Ages won't hold a single surprise. The franchise has its formula of scant story, frantic melodrama, and epic, destructive battles anchored on teasing a new legendary Pokémon pre- international gaming release down to a science, and Hoopa isn't one to rock the Poké- ball. More discerning adult viewers might find this staunch formula irritatingly lazy by this point, but it's hard to overrule the abiding thrill of hearing that theme music kick in once again for fans young and old. Hoopa and the Clash of Ages may be one of the more forgettable entries into the Poké-pantheon, but the fun force is still strong with it, making it a daft but pleasant enough way to while away 70 minutes. Standouts within the past crop of Pokémon films are usually determined by moments that are iconically epic (holla Mewtwo and Lugia, circa-2000), or deliriously surreal ("YOU. ARE. MAMA!"). If anything in Hoopa and the Clash of Ages stands the test of time, it'll be the glut of (almost) every Gen II-V legendary Pokémon it conjures up for its battle royale - which, being a nod to their transportation by Hoopa ring in the ORAS games, doesn't even feel excessively gratuitous. It's wise to share the spotlight, as Hoopa itself is far too irritating, awkwardly voiced, and thinly drawn (in both tiny, impish and massive, sh*t-destroying forms) to anchor and entire movie on otherwise. Still, its teleportation-fuelled mayhem is quite fun to watch, owing a debt to the portal-spamming Blink from X-Men: Days of Future Past (who was probably the highlight of that movie as well). Watching gigantic Hoopa Unbound grappling with its teleporting six arms against a tag-team of Lugia and Mega Rayquaza, smashing across a city skyline? About as awesome as it sounds. As with its predecessors, Hoopa's animation is a step up from the show's calibre, and its realm of pseudo Middle Eastern desert temples turned technological oases are impressively etched with detail. But, with the trumped up production values come storytelling and voice acting several steps below par. Apart from Hoopa's infuriating chirping, the English dub of each of the core humans are dopily flat, especially Ash, who sounds more like a placid middle-aged woman than ever here, and James, whose replacement voice actor is cringeworthy. Mee-ouch. Story-wise, Hoopa's weird, schizophrenic disembodied rage "shadow- self" and dubious, cultist spirituality/magic subplots are treated so disposably, it's hard to imagine even the screenwriters not laughing them off as transparently nonsense. There's little of the show's zany humour, which is a bummer (even Team Rocket's requisite flyby has never been staler). Similarly, the geography is fairly stationary, which restricts the "Who's that Pokémon?" background cameos, though a climactic appearance by an adorably heroic Hippopotas goes a long way. But a final battle against a disembodied rift in space/time (which, lazily, doesn't even seem to have anything to do with Dialga and Palkia, who are right there, nonsensically shooting energy beams into it trying to stop it)? Sure. Whether Hoopa and the Clash of Ages is worth its weight in Pokéblocks will depend on the viewer's tolerance for the unyielding Pokéformula. It's a lot of nostalgic fun for indulgent Pokéfans (though monstrous Hoopa Unbound verges on being too scary for young kids), but liable to the leave the uninitiated wishing they could borrow a Hoopa ring to disappear into a different movie. But, let's be honest: as Hoopa queries ad nauseum, "Were you surprised?" -6/10

    1 year ago

    This is it. The big one. The film that features dead last on nearly every Pokémon ranking. Disappointing as it may be, I cannot but agree with common opinion here: "Pokémon the Movie: Hoopa and the Clash of Ages" is easily the worst film in the franchise.The story is that genie Pokémon Hoopa summons a bunch of legendaries and that they fight.All right, that is not entirely honest; the first half still tries to hold up the pretence of having a story, opening (after the usual redundant prologue) with a Cave of Wonders à la Aladdin. This could have made for an interesting motif (like how "Ponyo" contains elements of "The Little Mermaid,") had the writers done anything with it.But alas, the story is merely an excuse for the fighting. In my review of "Genesect and the Legend Awakened" I complained that these films aren't adventures anymore, and "Hoopa" is the epitome of this gripe. The main plot literally begins with Ash and Co. hanging out in a resort when Hoopa drops in and just starts messing up things. For some convoluted reason, the genie transports nearly all legendaries from previous films to Dubai (or what is it? Dahara City? Not so much inspired by Dubai as a listless copy of the place) where they start fighting each other. The mere notion of this will probably whet the appetite of any kaiju fan, but I am afraid I like my films to have a certain amount of substance -- motivations, stakes, character arcs and those sort of things.Apparently, I am part of a minority in this respect. Despite "Hoopa" being consistently ranked by critics as the worst in the franchise, its IMDb score is higher than those of the 5 films preceding it. I can only imagine this is the case because many viewers are content to watch big things punch each other. But the lack of context is detrimental to the entertainment factor. The best of the Pokémon films (among which "Mewtwo Returns," "Latias and Latios," "Lucario and the Mystery of Mew") have exciting climaxes because we have followed their characters on a journey, because we know their reason to get involved in the plot, and because the origins of their conflict is well-established. "Hoopa" doesn't bother with anything. Its spectacle is hollow, its writing lazy and cynical.The film seems to exist solely to show off the new 'mega evolutions,' allowing for Pokémon to reach a fourth stage in evolution for a limited amount of time after the employment of a certain essence. This is "Pokémon" at its most creatively bankrupt: As if the new monster designs aren't bad enough, the artists now go back to ruin some perfectly fine artwork by adding more bits to it -- sticking extension cords to Rayquaza's face, and the like.Nowhere do these mega evolutions feel more out of place than amongst the legendaries this film is so proudly parading with. The whole appeal of a legendary Pokémon is its rarity and position at the top of the food chain. Temporarily upping their power level only undercuts the impact they would normally make.Indeed, diminishing the success of earlier ventures seems to be "Hoopa"'s speciality. I will not go into spoilers, but let it suffice to mention that one of the legendaries the genie summons has died in its own film. Its reappearance is never explained. The writers simply took one of the series' few impactful moments and rendered it meaningless. They even add insult to injury by inserting two of those unbearable fake-out deaths the franchise is teeming with. Incomprehensible that a film focussing solely on fighting cares so little about making an impact."Hoopa and the Clash of Ages" surpasses "Vicitini and Zekrom/Reshiram" and "Genesect and the Legend Awakens" in terms of awfulness. It is not only lazy and boring, nearly plotless and cynically conceived, but even attempts to retroactively ruin previous accomplishments. This film should have been a franchise killer; it is a miracle the studio held out for one more before they rebooted the whole thing.


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