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Pokemon Advanced Challenge, Vol. 3 - Cheer Pressure
Pokemon Advanced Challenge Vol 3 - Cheer Pressure
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
NR     2005     1hr 50min

Team Magma and Team Aqua are back! Up to no good, it?s up to Ash and his friends to make sure that they don?t get their hands on a precious meteorite! Features 5 episodes! - Come What May, Cheer Pressure, Game Winning ...  more »


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Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
Sub-Genres: Animation, 7-9 Years, Television, Anime & Manga, Animation
Studio: Viz Video
Format: DVD - Animated,Subtitled
DVD Release Date: 11/29/2005
Original Release Date: 01/01/2005
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2005
Release Year: 2005
Run Time: 1hr 50min
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 1
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English, Japanese
Subtitles: English

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Pokemon Advanced Challenge Volume 3 is "Remarkable!" :)
Kevin Martinell KevyGuy | Dunmore, PA USA | 11/02/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"To pick up where the Pokemon "Advanced" Season left off, "Advanced Challenge" offers Pokemon fans more exciting adventures, featuring Ash, Pikachu, Brock, May, and Max! Plus, any DVD that features five episodes or more, in my book, is a winner. :)

Here are some comments and observations I had, regarding each of the episodes:

"Come What May!:" Team Rocket forgot to prepare themselves with electric-proof gear before Pikachu zapped them, this time around ... On many other occasions, they knew better, but not here! Amusing to see a joyful Jessie ready for her "close up" when Team Rocket "Blasts Off!" :) The rainbow special effects were pretty neat, even though they were produced by a device, not a Pokemon!

"Cheer Pressure:" Sheridan reminds me of Anthony from the Advanced episode, "You Said a Mouthful," when it comes to tricking the opponent! Max has a key role in this episode! Great scene featuring Ash and a weakened Pikachu taking on Seviper! Jessie and James dueling for the "spotlight," during the Team Rocket Motto, made for a humorous little scene! I also got a kick out of the cop-out line, "I'll send you a check!" :)

"Game Winning Assist:" May using Skitty's "Assist" to revive the Numel was a clever idea! Team Rocket's remarks about eating lots of ice cream and double cheeseburgers on "Easy Street" are classic, as was Brock's "You complete me" dialog to Julie! :)

"Fight for the Meteorite:" Jessie throwing a temper tantrum while attempting to use the cable car phone to call for help had me in stitches! Notice how Pikachu tries to keep quiet while using a Thunderbolt on Team Magma's machine! :) Also check out an awesome tackle from the Professor as he charges into the Commander of Team Magma!

"Poetry Commotion!:" Thank goodness for grandfathers in disguise! :) The bathroom/badge scene was a hoot! I got a kick out of Flannery's grandfather's line, "The Skitty's out of the bag!" Team Rocket's reaction to the grandfather spying on his own house, while in disguise, was amusing, as well. :) Flannery's voice sounds like like Shauna's, from the Advanced episode, "A Meditite Fight," although Flannery's voice sounds slightly more mature than Shauna's! Fortunately, there is always time for a sand bath!

There is only one negative point to this DVD (This includes all of the DVD volumes for this Season of Pokemon) ... Under the "Bonus Features" menu, both the opening and closing themes are featured, yet they are already featured within each of the individual episodes, so to feature the exact same thing again, in a bonus feature, is redundant. However, this sort of thing doesn't really bother me as it might other fans of the Pokemon series who expect more from bonus features, and it doesn't take away from my overall rating on this release ... I just had to mention this to upcoming purchasers of the Pokemon "Advanced Challenge" series who have high expectations upon checking out the bonus features. Fortunately, there is a positive point to the "Bonus Features" section, and this includes brief descriptions of a couple of the upcoming "Advanced Challenge" episodes from future DVD releases ... That was nice. :)

*Before I close, note that there are a couple of differences between the opening and closing themes of "Advanced Challenge" ... In the intro, there is footage of Drew and Roselia, but during the ending sequence, the footage is replaced by a shot of Professor Oak, Ash's Mother, and Tracy. Also, the tail-end of the closing theme features a far-off image of the heroes, with each character facing in a different direction. Usually, in Seasons past, the Pokemon ending themes are edited versions of the opening themes, but on this occasion, there are some subtle differences between the two! :)

In closing, I have to say that everyone who contributed in making the Pokemon episodes and the DVD sets did a fantastic job! :) Thanks for reading! God Bless...

~KevyGuy :)
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Good movie!
Kevin Martinell KevyGuy | 08/16/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I am a fan of Pokemon and I love this movie. However, on this DVD, there are just way too many parts with Ash. I understand that he's the "hero" of the series, but COME ON. Why not let Team Rocket's star shine through?
But anyway, there are five episodes on this DVD. (I'm going to list the titles along with my ratings. I'll be descriptive later on.) They are, in order:

1)Come what May~5/10
2)Cheer Pressure (title episode)~10/10
3)Game Winning Assist~3/10
4)Fight for the Meteorite~5/10
5)Poetry Commotion~4/10

Now to be descriptive:

1)Come what May--I gave this one half-credit, so to speak, because of two things-1, May enters her second contest with Beautifly and wins, and 2, Jessie's Dustox makes its contest debut. (Personally, I like Dustox better than Beautifly; if you think I'm crazy that's your opinion.) Basically, what I described are really the most important things that happen in this episode.

2)Cheer Pressure--My fav and best episode on the DVD! This is the reason I gave this movie four stars. (I was only going to give it two, but this episode saved it.) Basically what happens is Ash and the gang come across some kind of cheering facility in the mountains on their way back to Lavaridge Town. They are asked to do test battles against Team Rocket-in disguise, love the shades, James! (Sorry 'bout that; I couldn't resist!) The battles result in this:
1)James vs. Brock-winner: James--YAY!!!!!!!!
2)Jessie vs. Ash-winner: Ash--phooey!!!!!

3)Game winning Assist--May's Skitty learns the move Assist. That's pretty much the most important thing in this episode. I also thought this one part in this episode was mean, because May and Skitty get trapped in TR's robo-Numel, set it on FIRE, and get out, leaving TR to fend for themselves. Had this been real life, and had they not gotten out, well, it would suck. That's why I rated this episode so low.

4)Fight for the Meteorite--Team Magma and Team Aqua return! The teams duke it out to try and use this meteorite's power for evil, while Ash and Professor Cosmo try to stop them. Let me say that Ash is shown in this episode WAY TOO MUCH!!!! There are minor flashes to the rest of the kids and TR, waiting in a cable car hanging over Mt. Chimney. There's one funny part, however, when May, Max and Brock are about to eat sandwiches, when they notice the ever-hungry Team Rocket. James and Jessie go over to eat with the kids, while Meowth lectures that they shouldn't. But he immediately gives up when he sees his buddies eating, and goes to eat himself.

5)Poetry Commotion--Absolutely horrendous. The only good parts are with TR and Gym Leader Flannery. All that happens is Ash and the gang help Flannery clean up her gym while they talk about Flannery's grandfather, who went to write Pokemon poetry. He returns, when he realizes that Flannery can't take care of the gym on her own and he goes to help her.

That's what happens in all five episodes on the DVD. My final rating is this: If you absolutely can't stand the sight of Ash, are a Team Rocket fan like me, and want to buy this DVD, get it for Cheer Pressure. Team Rocket is awesome in it!"