The World Of Pokmon/meet Annie And Oakley
Brock: Everyone has a dream that fills their heart. A journey they must take. A destiny to fulfill. As close as your imagination exists a magical place, where wonderous creatures with incredible powers, help make dreams come true. It’s the world, of Pokemon.
Brock: People can capture Pokemon to be more than just pets. Human trainers and their Pokemon compete against others in amazing contests of skill and strategy. The best trainers, one day, become Pokemon masters.
Brock: That’s a dream that burns brightly for many. But none more so, than Ash Ketchum. One of the prides of Pallet Town began his journey after his tenth birthday. That’s the day he was officially given his Pokemon license. Professor Oak gave Ash his very first Pokéball. Inside was an electric Pokemon whom Ash would spark a lifelong friendship, Pikachu. Together, Ash and Pikachu are determined to fulfill his dream of becoming the world’s greatest Pokemon master. Joining them on their quest are numerous friends, among them, Misty, and yours truly, Brock, in the incredible world of Pokémon.
???: This is it. This is the book I was reading.
???: Are you sure?
???: Yes, it tells everything. All about Latios and Latias,
???: But also about the jewel, right?
???: Right, but the last chapter is what's really amazing.
???: What's in the last chapter?
???: Shh. Hold on a sec.
???: Someone's coming.
Guard: Somebody there?! Who’s there?!
Guard: What in the?
???: Why do they call it the Soul Dew?
Tour De Alto Mare/unbeatable/wrong Turn/misty Wins The Race
The camera fades back in what appears to be a race about to start)
Narrator: It’s time, once again, for the world famous water Pokemon only competition, the Tour de Alto Mare. And Ash, Miki, , Ryan and Misty are ready to race.
Announcer: Testing. Testing. Ladies and gentlemen, it’s a beautiful day for Alto Mare’s annual Water Chariot Festival, and it looks like we’ve got a record turn out! Are you ready for the main event?!
Announcer: Trainers, when you hear the Guru, that’ll be your cue!
Ash Ketchum: Let’s go!
Announcer: And it looks like the leaders are approaching their final turn and heading for the home stretch! It’s no surprise that last year’s champion, Ross, and his Wailmer are in the lead. But newcomer, Misty, and her Corsola are not gonna make it easy for him. These two are neck and neck, folks!
Announcer: Wait a minute, it looks like Ash Ketchum and his Totodile were just shot out of a cannon!
Ash: What in the world’s gotten into you, Totodile?!
Announcer: And Ash has taken the lead coming into the homestretch!
Dave Tyson: They’re gonna win!
Announcer: Oh! Wrong turn, Ash! And that’s gonna cost him!
Announcer: As we approach the finish line, it’s Ross by a length, but here comes Misty! And it’s a dead heat, folks! It’s gonna be too close to call!
Announcer: A photo finish! Let’s go to the video tape!
Announcer: This is awfully close, folks. And it looks like Corsola inched ahead just enough to win it!
Pokemon Heroes Now Playing
- Film Reviews
Team Rocket is at it again! Spies Annie and Oakley have abducted the dragon protectors of a tranquil canal city. Good thing Pokemon Heroes Ash, Brock and Misty are here to ensure that Legendary Latios and Latias are rescued before a massive tidal wave destroys their town. Join hosts Justin, Arnie, and Stuart as they “sight share” their experience watching the last animated Pikachu movie to receive wide theatrical distribution in America, as well as their enjoyment of mobile game phenomenon Pokemon Go. You gotta catch the poke-cast now!
Recommended Reading: Pokemon Go For Fire Tablet
Box Office And Release
The first three Pokémon films, Pokémon: The First Movie, Pokémon: The Movie 2000, and Pokémon 3: The Movie, were released outside of Japan by Warner Bros., but the distribution rights for Pokémon 4Ever and Pokémon Heroes were given to Miramax on April 2, 2002, by The Pokémon Company. Miramax was rumored to have bought the rights for $1 million and by giving up 75% of the profits. Harvey Weinstein stated that Miramax could “reinvigorate the franchise”.
The film opened at the same time as Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones in Japan , and failed to out-gross it. It later fell to ninth place at the Japanese box office behind Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones and Stuart Little 2. The film grossed US$27 million in Japan.
In North America, the film had a limited run in theaters, only opening with 196. The film completed its American run on July 10, 2003, grossing $746,381. In total, the film’s worldwide gross was US$27,746,381. As of 2019, it is the lowest grossing theatrically released Pokémon movie in the United States, and future animated Pokémon feature film releases in North America have been direct-to-DVD releases.