Leap into an amazing all-new action-packed movie and meet the mysterious Deoxys(TM) as this exciting Pok mon adventure takes you beyond your wildest imagination. Four years ago a strange meteorite crashed to earth carrying... more » a powerful secret. Now journey to high-tech Larousse City where secrets are revealed as Ash, Pikachu, and the gang meet Tory -- a new friend who is afraid of Pok mon and their trainers. New fears surface when a mysterious aurora appears over the city along with Deoxys -- a Pok mon unlike any seen before. When a spectacular battle between Deoxys and Rayquaza begins, more than just Ash and Pikachu will be needed to stop it. It will take everyone! Charged with big surprises, nonstop action, and heroic adventure, POKEMON: DESTINY DEOXYS is packed with out-of-this-world thrills!« less
"Even though I hate Pokemon, this movie wasn't that bad. It was about this Pokemon that came from outer space. The movie was first showed at Kids WB. If you go there, you can watch a sneak peek. Also, the movie has more fighting than the other Pokemon movies. So, Pokemon fans should watch this movie. It also gives you a free card if you buy the dvd. So watch this movie and have a blast! Kelly Park"
Pokemon the Movie 7: Visitor From The Space Fissure
Elenchus | USA | 11/05/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"(Just as a note, that's the Japanese title)
There's something about this movie that I've always liked. I'm not sure what it is, but being a Pokemon fan, of course I like it. The movie have always been great, and this one has something that I really like about it.
The movie starts out in the North Pole, with a scientist named Dr. Lund, his friend Yuko, and his son, Tory. There is suddenly an explosion, and Tory is trampled by a frightened pack of Walrein. And, as they say, after that, all heck broke looks.
A meteor is the reason for the explosion, and the creature inside the meteor is more than your average Pokemon. Deoxys, a rare Pokemon from another planet (woah, more than one Poke-Planet? Niiice.) The strange creature, carrying a rock with a gem inside, is suddenly attacked by the large, dragon-esque Rayquaza, a frequenter of the Ozone Layer. So, what the heck is he here for?
Ah, So Rayquaza feels threatened by Deoxys, and so, both pokemon break out in a rather spectacular pokemon battle. (With some pretty cool background music, might I add.) So, professor Lund flees with his colleages, and son.
Four years later, a young Pokemon trainer named Ash Ketchum, along with some friends, enter the high tech city of La Rousse, and as fate would have it, Tory's hometown. And, well, I won't spoil it from there. The plot is good, and Deoxys' 'destructive' intentions are less cruel than one would think. Don't worry, folks, no angsty Mewtwo-copy here.
Also, Rayquaza brings some nice battles into the movie. His fights against Deoxys are totally awesome. The soundtrack is also great. I really love the music played during The opening scenes of the movie, and the fights between Rayquaza and Deoxys. The animation is very spiffy, shiny bright and new :P.
I haven't had the pleasure of watching the original Japanese version of the movie, but when I do, I'll tell you all about it, 'kay?
Well, I guess that pretty much wraps things up. Oh yes, Tory's afraid of pokemon, due to the whole 'get attacked by a herd of walrein' thing. Heh. Okay then, Sayanora, faithful readers!"
You Have to Buy This!!!!!!!!!!!!
An_Old_WCW_Fan_06 | 11/01/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Yo! This is an awesome movie! This time Ash and his friends, Pikachu, May, Max and Brock are ready to.....save High Tech (Larousse) City? Four years ago a meteor containing a mysterious Pokemon (Deoxys) crashes on the North Pole. Prof. Lund, Yuko and Tory watch as the legendary Rayquaza fights Deoxys. Once the battle is over, Deoxys slowly regenerates....... In the present Deoxys and Rayquaza fight again but while they fight, Rayquaza accidently causes a block party (It's a bad thing). Now it's up to Ash, Pikachu and Tory to save Larousse City from this block party."
It's So Awesome
An_Old_WCW_Fan_06 | Tampa, Florida | 05/09/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It's So Awesome. I Saw The Movie On "Cartoon Network" Last Saturday And Sunday. And I Was Just Blown Away By It. It's So Cool. And At The Start Of The Movie You Get To See All Of The Pokemon Such As, Volpix, Evee, Ryhorn, Onyx, Geodude, And All The Others. And The Very Best Part Of The Movie Is That The New Pokemon Deoxys Doesn't Talk. And It Can Also Double It's Ownself. And It Also Has A Twin Too. So I Would Like Everyone To Buy This Moive. It's A Must Have For Any Pokemon Fan."
Another film in the Pokemon franchise
Lesley Aeschliman | Enumclaw, WA | 12/02/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This film was released on DVD by Miramax on February 15, 2005, and it is the last Pokemon film to be distributed by Miramax in the United States. Destiny Deoxys also has the distinction of being the first Pokemon film to not have a short packaged with it.
Pokemon: Destiny Deoxys clocks in at 98 minutes, making it one of the longer Pokemon films. Personally, I thought there were one or two sections of the film that could have been shortened a little and not affect the storytelling very much. To me, the pacing of this film isn't quite as strong as in the previous Pokemon films.
On the DVD release, the first special feature is "What's That Pokemon? Meet the New Pokemon From the Movie." This is a series of still images that not only include pictures of most of the Pokemon shown in the film, but also include the name, the height, weight, species, and abilities for each one. The Pokemon included in this feature are: Rayquaza, Minun, Plusle, Deoxys, and Muchlax.
Next is a gallery of poster art from the Japanese release of the film. The feature includes a total of three posters (with two of them on the same page, so it's only a two page feature). Then, there is "On Location With the Director." This feature runs a little over two and a half minutes. It has Japanese audio, but there is an English voice dubbed over it instead of using subtitles. This feature shows the location scouting in Vancouver, Canada. Then, the director briefly talks about the actual film.
The final extra is "Be a Poke-Quiz Wiz!" This is like the trivia games that appeared on Pokemon 4Ever, Pokemon Heroes, and Jirachi Wish Maker. However, there was one major difference: the only time there was any audio with this game was when the footage from the film was shown when a questions was answered correctly. Outside of that, it was silent.
While Pokemon: Destiny Deoxys is a decent film, I was rather disappointed by the lack of effort Miramax put into the DVD extras on this release. However, if you are a fan of the Pokemon anime, you should purchase this DVD for your collection."