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Review M22: Mewtwo Strikes Back—Evolution

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Pikachu and the other Pokemon crying still drove me to tears even with that terrible CGI.

I decided to skim around the movie to watch a few scenes. I'll admit that while I still hate the look of the movie, the backgrounds do actually look good, and I even somewhat got used to the look of the characters.

When I have the time, I might actually give the movie a go.
 
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Three months have passed without any word on a Blu-ray/DVD release from Viz Media, which was the normal gap for precious movies. Considering this movie was the first to be licensed as a Netflix premiere, I'm starting to worry if they stipulated longer gaps for physical releases of the dub.
 
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Three months have passed without any word on a Blu-ray/DVD release from Viz Media, which was the normal gap for precious movies. Considering this movie was the first to be licensed as a Netflix premiere, I'm starting to worry if they stipulated longer gaps for physical releases of the dub.
Or perhaps because it's on Netflix they don't want to release it physically since that means less people will watch it on their platform
 
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Netflix revealed on its website on Friday that anime viewership was "up over 100%" in the United States on the streaming platform this year. The Pokémon: Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution film was the most watched anime title this year (Netflix also stated the American-animated Blood of Zeus show was the other most-watched "anime" title in 2020).
Source: Anime Viewership on Netflix in U.S. is 'Up Over 100%' in 2020

That's great news for Netflix and TPCi!
 
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This just makes me curious how the Journeys series is doing over there. It's a good sign indeed!
 
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