At the beginning of the year, Netflix caused a stir with some beautiful anime starters. In addition to Dragon Quest: Your Story and the anime film for Ni no Kuni, this also included the announcement of the Studio Ghibli films. The new Pokémon flick “Mewtwo Strikes Back” also celebrated its premiere on the streaming service.
The film is a true-to-life 3D remake of the first Pokémon film. You no longer need a Netflix subscription to see the film. As The Pokémon Company announced, you can find Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back – Evolution in selected markets on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon Prime Video. With Prime Video, the film costs 3.99 euros *. The film is now also available on DVD and Blu-ray *.
In Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back – Evolution, scientists discover and use a fossil of the mysterious Pokémon Mew, and release a creature from it that violates the laws of nature: Mewtwo, a legendary Pokémon that was created as an instrument of destruction. But as Mewtwo becomes aware of its existence, it begins to rebel against its human creators and forge furious plans for revenge that draw Ash, Pikachu and their friends into!
The film was directed by Kunihiko Yuyama and Motonori Sakakibabra and produced by OLM Digital (Inazuma Eleven) and Sprite Animation Studios. 3D or original – what do you say ?!
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