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Sailor Moon R: The Movie [Import]

4.1 out of 5 stars 337 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Actors: Kotono Mitsuishi, Tôru Furuya, Michie Tomizawa, Aya Hisakawa, Emi Shinohara
  • Directors: Kunihiko Ikuhara
  • Writers: Lisa Lumby-Richards, Naoko Takeuchi, Sukehiro Tomita
  • Producers: Hideki Goto, Hiroe Tsukamoto, James McGowan, Janice Sonski
  • Format: Animated, Color, DVD-Video, Subtitled, THX, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Geneon [Pioneer]
  • Release Date: Jan. 6 2004
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 337 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00012QLVE
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Product Description

Sailor Moon and her four Sailor Scouts (Mercury, Venus, Mars, and Jupiter) must save the Planet and her best friend Darien from the most evil and dangerous creature in the Universe; the bewitching and deadly, Kisenian Blossom. She appears as a beautiful, tiny flower, but looks can be deceiving! Kisenian, traveling from a far away galaxy disguised as a meteor, aims to gather all the 'positive' energy from Earth and plant the seeds of 'negativity' leaving Earth full of hatred. But she cannot do it on her own. Kisenian preys on the vulnerable heart of Darien's childhood friend, Fiore. Fiore, jealous of Sailor Moon and Darien's passionate friendship, joins Kisenian in her wicked endeavour to gather energy from every star and planet! Can the magic of Sailor Moon's Crystal and Scepter protect all of mankind from Kisenian's evil plan? Is she strong enough to save the Earth and her loved ones? Or will she be forced to choose between them?

Customer Reviews

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Format: DVD
When Darien's/Tuxedo Mask's lost friend, Fiore, resurfaces, trouble abounds and it's up to the Sailor Scouts to come to the rescue.

To make matters worse, Fiore kidnaps Darien. He is also responsible for the massive meteor/flower-planet that's on a collision course for Earth.

Testing the bonds of friendship and reaching deep inside to find their inner strengths, the Sailor Scouts must come together to thwart the threat before it's too late.

The story's straight forward, basically a bad guy coming to get his friend back but causes trouble because he's under the influence of an evil flower so Sailor Moon and the gang need to stop him. But the simplicity works for the film.

This was a fun anime--light, cute, even, um, flowery. It's loaded with sparkles and glitters and shiny objects, very "happy" compared to most anime this reviewer's seen.

There's an air of wonder to this film, most notably when the Sailor Scouts activate their powers and Sailor Moon calls out, "Mooon Crystaaalll Poweeeerrr!"

This is an anime to watch if you're looking for something with razzle-dazzle, cute humor and a whole lot of girl power.
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Format: DVD
I highly reccomend this movie. This movie displays the beautiful past of Mamoru as his childhood friend Fiore becomes jealous of him and Usagi's love. Wanting Mamoru for himself, he joines the Kessian Blossom in her wicked endevor to suck a planet dry and destory it. The movie's downfall's are just that it's too short. This 61 minute feature was soaked up by people in Japan when it was in theatres Fall of 1993. Here's the DVD review:
Menu's: B+
Disc Quality: C+
Audio: B+ (Somewhat staticy)
Video: B+
Content: B
Packaging: B- (Mix of dub and sub terms is a no-no)
Inserts: A-
Translations: B+
Extra's: B
The disc quality isn't very good, that's why the audio and video quality aren't very good. The content is a B because the menu's arent taht good, and the actual video is mpstly all you get, minus a Pioneer (Geneon) interactive menu where you can see upcoming titles. The menuing isn't very good, it's too basic. Although, I wish they could have digitally remastered this movie. It would bring up the grade a lot. Also the translations... most of the time they were accurate, but sometimes most lines are very off. (Examples coming soon).
MPAA: Edited version is TV-Y7, Uncut TV-14
My rating: 12+ (some frames of nudity and violence)
Geneon rating: 13+ for Mild violence and sexuallity, scary moments
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Format: VHS Tape
Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon brings back so many memories. When I was very young and Sailor Moon first came out, I found it by fate by flipping the channels. Back then no one else watched it and it was on at 6:00 in the morning. Many years later I reunited with it and then I ordered the Japanese episodes fansubbed. The Japanese episodes were amazing. Back then their was no official distributer, so I ordered from a fansubbed distributer. The Japanese version was so different form the American version. It was completely different. I love both versions though. The English version brings back memories from my childhood while the Japanese version is uncut. It's fun comparing the episodes and seeing how much was changed. This version, however, is the edited and changed. It cuts out many scenes and makes a lot of changes. While it has changed a lot from the original Japanese version, it's great for a trip down memory lane, and brings back my childhood memories. This volume has very important episodes. It contains many important events. Their are romantic moments, happy moments, and sad moments. One special thing about this version is that, in the original Japanese version they play a touching song during the revealing of the moon princess, but in the sub, they play a very special song. The emotion is kept. The song "My Only Love" makes the original scene from the Japanese version even more touching and heart-wrenching. "My Only Love" can make you get tears in your eyes, and it adds a lot more emotion to the scene. The Japanese version was very emotional, but the edition of "My Only Love" makes this even more emotional. Many exciting events happen, and this volume is very important. Whiel it's not the same as the Japanese version, it brings back memories from your childhood.Read more ›
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Format: DVD
Yet another great addition of Naoko Tachuchi's Bishojo Senshi Sailor Moon. This story takes place after the second season of Sailor Moon, or more commenly known as Sailor Moon R.
Usagi, Chibiusa, Ami, Rei, Makoto, Minako, and Marmoru are all taking a day off of fighting the forces of evil, and decieded to travel to a green house. Then a mysterious man appears calling Marmouru his best friend. But how can he be Marmouru's friend, if he dosen't know the idenity of this stranger?
The following day, when the girls are heading home from a day at school, Rei senses a great evil, and soon the girls are hot on the trail of a sinister plot. When they find an entire street full of unconcious people, it is then when the senshi realize that they are needed to save the world once again. The demon who was responsible approced the Sailor Senshi, but as always, the demon was killed. But then the same mysterious stranger that called Marmouru his best friend, appeared, revealing his true nature. His name is Fiore, and his has an unknown orgin from the great abyys of space.
When Fiore was young, he drifted aimlessly around space untill he landed on Earth. Upon landing his meet a young Marmoru. In the lonelyness and pain that Marmoru suffered from his being orphaned, Fiore suffered for not knowing just who is ture orgin was. Soon the two became inseprable friends, always joined at the hip. Yet all this joy would soon have to end. Because of Fiore's unknown and alien heritage, he had to leave his best friend behind, or else he would die. Just prior to leaving, Marmoru gave Fiore the only gift he received, a red rose. After saying his good byes to his best friend, Fiore vowed that they would meet again, and that Fiore would find the perfect flower to give to Mamoru upon his return.
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