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Sailor Moon Features

Kotono Mitsuishi , T˘ru Furuya , Hiroki Shibata , Kunihiko Ikuhara    Unrated   DVD
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As the Sailor Moon TV episodes tend to be repetitive, the sustained stories in the features allow the artists to explore the familiar characters in a little more depth. In all three films, Serena and her friends Amy, Raye, Lita, and Mina (Usagi, Ami, Rei, Makoto, and Minako in Japanese), aided by Darren (Mamoru), fight off aliens bent on destroying the world. In the R movie (1993), the villain is Fiore, who is held in thrall by the sinister Kisenian Flower. In the S movie (1994), Kaguya wants to encase the Earth in ice; Badiyanu kidnaps children and uses their "dream energy" to create a planet-engulfing black hole in Super S (1995). The two later films include "Outer Scouts" Michiru, Haruka, and Setsuna, a.k.a. Sailors Neptune, Uranus, and Pluto. R enjoys the best reputation among fans and has the most interesting story. Fiore treats Serena as a rival for Darren's affections, and the subtitles suggest the attachment is quite passionate; the dubbed version sounds tamer. A weird subplot in which Luna the cat falls in love with the kindhearted astronomer Kakeru throws the S movie out of kilter. Super S offers imaginative visuals, including elaborate CG effects and brightly colored backgrounds. All three films provide the broad humor, budding adolescent romance, magic, and affirmations of the power of friendship that Sailor Moon fans expect. Suggested 13 Up: Violence, brief nudity. The VHS editions are edited and are suitable for age 6 and up. --Charles Solomon

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Collect all three Sailor Moon movies (Sailor Moon R, Sailor Moon S and Sailor Moon Super S) packaged in a special box set. All DVDs are uncut and bilingual.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Takes you to the Moon and beyond! Aug. 8 2003
These three movies are the pinacles of each Sailor Moon season and they show how each of the characters need "the Power of Love"(the closing song of the Sailor Moon R:Promise of the Rose movie)and that together they are stronger and will be undefetable as long as they stand united. Those that are new to the whole Sailor Moon world might need some background on the whole lot of the Sailor gang.Sailor Moon or Usagi is a lovable cry-baby of a character(as Rei will often remind her)and is also more than she apears, as she is also the Moon Princess Serenity who on many ocassions has saved the world with the courage of the strong and beautiful princess she was and will be. She is acompanied by the four sailor scouts(Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, and Venus)who are her closest friends and who are always there to support her no matter what the situation. Sailor Mercury or Ami is a genious and a friend to the end. Sailor Mars or Rei can some times compete with Usagi for the main attention of all around her, but when she's in the heat of battle she is not one for playing nice or to be stopped easily. Sailor Jupiter or Leta(or Makoto as she is called in Japanesse), is not at all going to let anyone get in her way of protecting her friends and is there when you need a shoulder to cry on. Last but by no means lest is Sailor Venus or Mina(Minako in Japanesse)who is the super star of the group formally known as Sailor V in England. She is shy but not when it comes to helping out her fellow scouts and lending a hand to save the world.Then we come to the mysterious "outer plant" scouts: Sailors, Uranus, Pluto, and Neptune. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sailor moon ROCKS!!!!!!!! Feb. 3 2002
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Sailor Moon Dream Box Set are awesome Dvds. In the Dvd you get to see the sailors transform and other cool stuff in the extra part of the dvd. All I have to say is that it is worth the money.
The first dvd is sailor moon R "promise of the rose." I don't know about you but this dvd made me cry. It is an great movie but if your emotional you will cry because it is sooo sad. For the three times I watch this movie I cryed at the same spot. All I have to say is "I can't believe that happend to Serena,poor Darien." You have to watch it to find out what happens because I left out a lot of juicy,interesting information.
The second dvd is sailor moon S "Heart in ice." This is an great movie.I would have to say that this is as good as the first movie. If you like Luna this will be the best movie ever for you. The movie isn't all about Luna but a wonderful thing happens to her while the scouts were just finishing the rough battle. In this movie and in the first movie there are really romantic kissing scenes. You can't miss it.
The third and final movie is sailor moon Super S "the black dream hole." This dvd isn't the best but it is okay. From about the middle of the dvd to the end is the best dvd. This movie is mainly based on Sailor Moon and Mini Moon. I belive that this movie is the kind of movie that attrack a younger crowed because there are elfs and flying boats with playful music.
I realy recomind the box set. You save money and get three geat Dvds. If you are realy interested in the three movies of sailor moon this is the way to go. And another thing is that some of the dubing is awful. Sailor Pluto sounds like a little girl, but it is okay.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Sailor Moon DVD Box Set at Last!!! Dec 15 2001
Sailor Moon is perhaps the best-known entrant in the popular magical girl genre of Japanese animation. The five-season television series has spawned a vast array of merchandise, as well as musicals and the three films included in this PlayStation2-compatible DVD box set.
The first 2 seasons of Sailor Moon were first shown on North American television in Fall 1995, dubbed (badly) in English. A few years later, Cartoon Network began showing more of the series, with an even worse English dub than before >:-( In both cases, the series was also edited for North American TV. The DVD box set, however, provides the opportunity to both watch and hear the three Sailor Moon films as intended: unedited and in Japanese!!! I originally owned all three films on subtitled VHS and showed them to a group of friends who had never seen the films (sub or dub), and they were all pleasantly surprised at the differences when unedited and subtitled.
For those who have only seen the North American version of the TV series, a potential point of confusion is that the characters have different names in the original Japanese: Usagi becomes Sailor Moon, Ami becomes Sailor Mercury, Rei becomes Sailor Mars, Mako becomes Sailor Jupiter, Mina becomes Sailor Venus, Hotaru becomes Sailor Saturn, Setsuna becomes Sailor Pluto, Haruka becomes Sailor Uranus, Michiru becomes Sailor Neptune, and Mamoru becomes Tuxedo Mask/Kamen.
Finally, for those completely unfamiliar with the Sailor Moon series, these are standalone films. In fact, one of my professors showed the Sailor Moon S film in one of her classes, and none of the students wwere familiar with the series or the films. However, if this is your first Sailor Moon purchase, it likely WILL NOT be your last!!!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars I WANT THIS SET!
My review Is based only on the Vhs Pioneer Version. I have not had the pleasure of viewing these great movies in the uncut version yet. Read more
Published on June 14 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars watch out for the price!
I know that amazon usually does a really good job about making sure products are priced more cheaply than in stores, but I saw this product online yesterday and decided to check... Read more
Published on May 1 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars Sailor Moon The Movies Dream Box Set
This Box Set is what but what is the difference between this one and the new one that was just released on 1/6/2004? Read more
Published on Jan. 10 2004 by "finalfantasyfan2099"
5.0 out of 5 stars question
hey i was just wondering, are these movies in english? or subtitles?
Published on Dec 17 2003
4.0 out of 5 stars Good... in Japanese
First, I'm almost completely obsessed with Japanese Animation. Sailor Moon was the first one I saw. I've seen the movies in both Japanese and English and one thing, the English... Read more
Published on Oct. 2 2003
Ok if you buy the DVD version you can watch the DVDs in english and Japaness. All three Movies are UNCUT.
Here are the titles of the movies. Read more
Published on Sept. 27 2003 by Mami
5.0 out of 5 stars You gotta buy this!
Because this DVD is uncut, you get all the stuff you would have missed on VHS, plus the original Japanese soundtrack. Read more
Published on May 11 2003 by J. G. Jones
5.0 out of 5 stars Nice dvd
I thought that the movies were very good and that they are very good for kids.
Published on March 7 2003 by "pipe3"
if you do not have this box set, and you are a diehard sailormoon fan like me, YOU HAVE NO CLUE WHAT YOUR MISSING!!!!! it has the three best movies ever made of sailormoon! Read more
Published on Feb. 4 2003
5.0 out of 5 stars The greatest show in the world crosses over
This Dream Box Set is truely Sailor Moon at its best. I loved all three movies, although it would not be very hard for a die hard fan like me!!!! Read more
Published on Jan. 1 2003 by "jean_yan"
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