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* Mewtwo isn't shown battling an {{p|Alakazam}} or a {{p|Magneton}} in the [[Viridian Gym]].
 
* Mewtwo isn't shown battling an {{p|Alakazam}} or a {{p|Magneton}} in the [[Viridian Gym]].
 
* [[Raymond]]'s {{p|Golem}} is replaced by a {{p|Drowzee}}, in the process eliminating the error present in ''Mewtwo Strikes Back'', where Pikachu manages to knock out the part {{type|Ground}} with a {{m|Thunderbolt}}.
 
* [[Raymond]]'s {{p|Golem}} is replaced by a {{p|Drowzee}}, in the process eliminating the error present in ''Mewtwo Strikes Back'', where Pikachu manages to knock out the part {{type|Ground}} with a {{m|Thunderbolt}}.
* [[Ash's Charizard]], [[Misty's Psyduck]] and [[Brock's Vulpix]] appear earlier in the movie during the lunch scene
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* [[Ash's Charizard]], [[Misty's Psyduck]], and [[Brock's Vulpix]] all appear earlier in the movie, during the lunch scene.
 
* Ash's Charizard attacks using Flamethrower on {{p|Dragonite}} when it lands.
 
* Ash's Charizard attacks using Flamethrower on {{p|Dragonite}} when it lands.
 
* Nurse Joy gives information about Ash, Misty and Brock before she asks if they need to be invited.
 
* Nurse Joy gives information about Ash, Misty and Brock before she asks if they need to be invited.

Revision as of 08:54, 15 February 2020

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M21 : The Power of Us
Pokémon movies
M23
Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution
ミュウツーの逆襲 EVOLUTION Mewtwo's Counterattack Evolution
M22 poster.png
Premiere
Japan July 12, 2019
United States February 27, 2020
Home video
Japan December 18, 2019[1]
United States N/A
English themes
Opening N/A
Ending N/A
Japanese themes
Opening めざせポケモンマスター'98
Ending 風といっしょに
Ratings
United States PG
Great Britain  ?
Ireland  ?
Canada  ?
Quebec  ?
Japan G
Germany  ?
Australia  ?
New Zealand  ?

Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution (Japanese: ミュウツーの逆襲 EVOLUTION Mewtwo's Counterattack Evolution, officially known as Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution in Japan) is the twenty-second Pokémon movie overall. It is a CGI remake of the first movie, Mewtwo Strikes Back.

It premiered with Japanese voices and English subtitles at the Anime Expo on July 4, 2019. It was released in Japan on July 12, 2019 and will be released worldwide outside of Japan and Korea on Pokémon Day on February 27, 2020 on Netflix.

It was first revealed in a teaser trailer following M21 in Japan, which featured Mewtwo. The first official trailer was released on December 31, 2018.

Other posters and logos

Blurb

When researchers discover and exploit a fossil of the Mythical Pokémon Mew, they unleash a creation that goes against the very laws of nature: Mewtwo, a Legendary Pokémon intended for use as a tool of destruction. But as Mewtwo becomes aware of its own dubious origin, it begins to resent its human creators and seeks revenge—and Ash, Pikachu, and their friends find themselves at the center of its rampage! With the future of the Pokémon world at stake, will our heroes be able to overcome Mewtwo’s challenge…and will Mewtwo be able to find a new meaning for its life?

Plot

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Featured Pokémon

Debuts

Pokémon debuts

Characters

Humans

Pokémon

Cast

Cast
Ash Sarah Natochenny Satoshi Rica Matsumoto サトシ 松本梨香
Pikachu Ikue Ohtani Pikachu Ikue Ohtani ピカチュウ 大谷育江
Misty Michele Knotz Kasumi Mayumi Iizuka カスミ 飯塚雅弓
Togepi Togepi Satomi Koorogi トゲピー こおろぎさとみ
Brock Bill Rogers Takeshi Yūji Ueda タケシ うえだゆうじ
Jessie Michele Knotz Musashi Megumi Hayashibara ムサシ 林原めぐみ
James Carter Cathcart Kojirō Shin'ichirō Miki コジロウ 三木眞一郎
Meowth Carter Cathcart Nyarth Inuko Inuyama ニャース 犬山イヌコ
Nurse Joy Alyson Rosenfeld Joy Chika Fujimura ジョーイ 藤村知可
Officer Jenny Junsar Chinami Nishimura ジュンサー 西村ちなみ
Giovanni Ted Lewis Sakaki Kenta Miyake サカキ 三宅健太
Narration Rodger Parsons Narration Unshō Ishizuka ナレーション 石塚運昇
Special appearances by
Mewtwo Dan Green Mewtwo Masachika Ichimura ミュウツー 市村正親
Mew Kōichi Yamadera Mew Kōichi Yamadera ミュウ 山寺宏一
Corey Sorao Hiroshi Kamiya ソラオ 神谷浩史
Neesha Sweet Ayane Sakura スイート 佐倉綾音
Fergus Umio Hiroyuki Yoshino ウミオ 吉野裕行
Miranda Voyager Sachiko Kobayashi ボイジャー 小林幸子
Raymond Raymond Raymond Johnson レイモンド レイモンド・ジョンソン
Dr. Fuji Billy Bob Thompson Dr. Fuji Minoru Inaba フジ博士 稲葉実

Soundtrack

Main article: Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution Music Collection

Manga adaptations

Main article: Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution (manga)

Trivia

  • This movie was released between SM129 and SM130 in Japan.
  • This is the first-ever fully CGI animated Pokémon movie.
  • This movie is co-directed by Kunihiko Yuyama and Motonori Sakakibara, the former returning after the previous movie was directed by Tetsuo Yajima. This subsequently makes this the first movie to be directed by two people as opposed to one.
  • Takeshi Shudō receives a posthumous credit for this movie's screenplay.
  • The first poster for the movie is similar to the original teaser poster for Mewtwo Strikes Back.
  • This is one of two Pokémon-related movies to be released in 2019, with the other being the live-action Detective Pikachu movie. Coincidentally, both of them feature Mewtwo in a prominent role and heavily use CGI.
  • Unshō Ishizuka's narration is posthumously featured in this movie. It was recorded in March 2018.[2]
  • This is the first Pokémon movie:

Differences from the original movie

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  • The laboratory where Mewtwo is born has a completely different design, with predominantly white colors.
  • Mewtwo's armor has a different design. It frequently moves along with Mewtwo in combat and can also act as a restraint should it rebel. Giovanni attempts and fails to utilize this feature before Mewtwo escapes the Team Rocket HQ.
  • Giovanni wears a darker suit in this movie, instead of the bright orange suit he wore until the Best Wishes series.
  • A new scene is added in which Giovanni presents Mewtwo to an army of Team Rocket members in a vast hall after its armor is equipped.
  • Giovanni is not on the ground with the Team Rocket Grunts as they capture the herd of Tauros. Instead, he is observing overhead from his helicopter.
  • Mewtwo isn't shown battling an Alakazam or a Magneton in the Viridian Gym.
  • Raymond's Golem is replaced by a Drowzee, in the process eliminating the error present in Mewtwo Strikes Back, where Pikachu manages to knock out the part Ground-type with a Thunderbolt.
  • Ash's Charizard, Misty's Psyduck, and Brock's Vulpix all appear earlier in the movie, during the lunch scene.
  • Ash's Charizard attacks using Flamethrower on Dragonite when it lands.
  • Nurse Joy gives information about Ash, Misty and Brock before she asks if they need to be invited.
  • Team Rocket attempts to take Ash and his friends to New Island in a Lapras-shaped sailboat, with the Viking motif being eliminated entirely. Team Rocket also sing a song during this scene.
  • Brock tries to flirt with Neesha.
  • When Ash is petrified during the movie's climax, he turns to black stone instead of gray rock.
  • The ending credits now feature paintings of Ash and his friends in different areas.
  • A Generation III Pokémon, Wingull, appears in the movie's ending credits.
    • Miranda also mentions Wingull earlier in the movie. This is an alteration of an existing line in the Japanese version of Mewtwo Strikes Back, where she refers to regular seagulls instead.
  • The post-credits scene, which was previously a shot of Mew flying off into the mountains, now shows Mewtwo and the clones flying toward Mount Quena, foreshadowing Mewtwo Returns.
  • Some of the music featured in the movie is remixed from preceding movies, including Black—Victini and Reshiram, Genesect and the Legend Awakened (which also starred a Mewtwo), Hoopa and the Clash of Ages, and Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel.

Errors

Dub edits

In other languages


External links

References


Pokémon movies
Original series
Mewtwo Strikes BackThe Power of OneSpell of the Unown: EnteiCelebi: The Voice of the ForestPokémon Heroes: Latios & Latias
Advanced Generation series
Jirachi: Wish MakerDestiny DeoxysLucario and the Mystery of MewPokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea
Diamond & Pearl series
The Rise of DarkraiGiratina and the Sky WarriorArceus and the Jewel of LifeZoroark: Master of Illusions
Best Wishes series
White—Victini and Zekrom / Black—Victini and ReshiramKyurem VS. The Sword of JusticeGenesect and the Legend Awakened
XY series
Diancie and the Cocoon of DestructionHoopa and the Clash of AgesVolcanion and the Mechanical Marvel
Sun & Moon series
I Choose You!The Power of UsMewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution
New series
M23
M21 : The Power of Us
Pokémon movies
M23
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