- Actors: Sakura Tange, Motoko Kumai, Aya Hisakawa, Masaya Onosaka, Megumi Ogata
- Directors: Morio Asaka
- Writers: Clamp, Nanase Ôkawa
- Producers: Eric P. Sherman, Hideki Goto, Kaeko Sakamoto, Kazuhiko Ikeguchi, Kevin Chu
- Format: Dolby, Color, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
- Language: Japanese, English
- 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: 1.78:1
- Number of discs: 1
- MPAA Rating:
- Studio: Geneon (Pioneer)
- Release Date: Nov. 18 2003
- Run Time: 86 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 36 customer reviews
- ASIN: B0000C8ARM
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Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie 2 - Sealed Card [Import]
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Four months after the end of the broadcast series, Sakura and her friends are starting 6th grade; Toya and Yuki are college freshmen. The magical Clow Cards have been captured, but Shaoran Li has returned to Hong Kong, and Sakura has yet to respond to his declaration of love. Tomoyo arranges for him and Meilin to visit for the opening of an amusement park on the site of Eriol's house. The bulldozers free an unknown 53rd Card, which promptly causes problems. In a plot that recalls Tenchi in Tokyo, the Card wrecks havoc not out of malice, but because of the loneliness it endured while it was sealed away. Sakura manages to resolve everything satisfactorily--with some help from her friends. The English vocal cast is better than the one for Cardcaptors, but the film is more entertaining in Japanese with subtitles. (Rated 13 and older: minor violence) --Charles Solomon
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2. something weird happens
3. first battle
4. somethings are missing
5. normal days, not much action
6. final battle
7. love story
Although the movie pulls of nicely, there's room for improvment, like all movies. Althoguh, Li and Sakura make a nice couple, it still odesnt make since why she doesn't liek Yue anymore. I guess Yue/Yuki will always be with Touya... But one thing still puzzles me, what about Tomoyo? I thoght that she loved Sakura... but now it seems... SHE'S IN LOVE WITH Meilin?! So it seems like. Althoguh I hate atomoyo's voice it's sooo squeaky... and high pitched...
Extra's: B (The most you can get with an anime DVD)
Dub Track: ...F... no question about it
Total: B+ pretty nice
Also, it includes a Tomoyo-chan Photo album insert. It's oretty nice
Pioneer: 13+ for Fantasy Action/Violence, and Thematic Elements
My Rating: 7+
Really really good! A must see for any CCS and S+S fan! See the Kero-chan extra too! Its really funny! (Hint: Cant find the Kero extra? Just keep going all the way down on the special features menu. You wont be able to see it unless you have it highlighted.)
Hope you enjoy it!
Four months have passed since Eriol and his ordeals have left for England, and four months had passed since Syaoran told Sakura his true feelings, and yet, she was never able to reply. As life starts turning back to normal for her, the most exciting thing that happens is her getting the part of princess in a festival play.
Eriol's old house has been demolished, and a new amusement park was built atop the hill where it stood. Underneath the house, the 53rd Clow Card was sealed - a card that has the power to cancel out the other 52 and turn the world to nothingness.
Syaoran gets dragged to Japan by Meiling for the Nadeshiko festival, and Sakura tries to tell him how she feels, and somehow, something's always in the way! In the end, when everything, including Sakura's cards starts to dissappear, Sakura must make a choice - give up her most precious feeling, or let the world turn to nothing.
The movie was truly amazingly animated. Everyone still has their true personalities, but somehow, they show a bit more expression. The colors are better, and in all, it's just better quality than the anime. It's widescreen, and has two subtitle tracks... However, there was one thing that intruiged me about this disk...
It's been dubbed, and not by Nelvana. The original Cadcaptors dub totally butchered the story, making it something for little kids. Since they cut out all traces of the S/S relationship, there was no point in dubbing this at all. However, when I played it on the English track, I sure was surprised. The dialog was accurate, the voices were just extremely well picked (especially Sakura-chan!), and I was really impressed! The only complaint I had was the over-use of complete sentences and Yukito's voice (sadly, Megumi Ogata doesn't speak English).
Over all, this is worth the money. I was really happy finally getting to watch it after reading various summaries. ^^; Just one thing - I don't recomend this to anyone that hasn't seen all of the originally subbed episodes. Even if it's dubbed, you will be lost. It does not follow the Cardcaptors story.
Anyway, I hope my review heled somewhat. Thanks for reading.
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This is my absolute favorite movie and it seems to be overpriced on amazon. Why??