Saturday, July 23, 2016

Things we learned from the big Sonic 25th anniversary...

Sonic the Hedgehog has sped through the pages of video game history for 25 years now in the form of numerous installments from games, TV shows, and a strewth of merchandising rights to name a few. At this year's San Diego Comic Con, fans have celebrated Sonic's 25th anniversary with some new and exciting announcements in store so what did we learn something from this honorable celebration to Sega's beloved icon?

First up, the folks from Sega announced a new 2017 Sonic game coming on the PlayStation4, XBOX One, and a new Nintendo gaming console due holiday 2017. Here's a teaser clip that sums the evolution of the franchise.

Also, the Sonic Mania game will be coming on the PS4, XBOX One, and PC this spring 2017, packed with new zones and remixed classic levels, and players can play as either Sonic, Tails, or Knuckles.

Then, the classic Sonic will be joining the Sonic Dash app game as well as the brand new Green Hill zone for some added nostalgia. How's that for childhood memories?

For those who are playing LEGO DIMENSIONS awesomely, prepare to be awesomely amazed as Sonic will be arriving in this game this fall, adding to the roster of LEGO Dimensions characters to collect and play in-game.

With all those announcements pouring in in the name of Sonic's 25th year, looks like Sega sure knows how to keep one of the most iconic franchise in history fresh and recharged for more endeavors and they want to keep this franchise speed up for many years to come.

Let's Do The News! (July 23, 2016)

- President Rodrigo Duterte's Maguindanao arrival was markedly more of a family reunion with soldiers and the ruling Mangudadatu clan in the province than a traditional presidential sortie. Officers and enlisted personnel of the Army's 6th Infantry Division gave the president a rousing applause when he praised them for their peace-building programs, complementing the government's peace overture with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, during a session in Camp Siongco in Datu Odin town.

- As the Democratic National Convention draws near, presumptive Democratic presidentiable Hillary Clinton has named Senator Tim Kaine as her running mate in the US presidential elections.

- Authorities said the 18-year-old German-Iranian gunman behind Friday's Munich attack that killed 9 people was carrying over 300 bullets. The shooting spree took place near a shopping mall in the northwestern part of the city. Police told reporters that 8 of the 9 were killed were between 14 to 20 years of age. The say the gun man appears to have acted alone. He was born in the city and has no terrorist connections were found in his home but articles of past incidents that indiscriminately targeted civilians were found.

- Spanish actor Andreas Munoz is currently in the Philippines to promote the Filipino-produced historical biopic titled Ignacio De Loyola. Directed by Paolo Dy, the film features an all-Spanish cast which includes Javier Godino, Isabel Garcia Lorca, Pepe Ocio, and Julio Perillan. It was produced by the Jesuit Communication Foundation, and co-presented by the Jesuit Conference of Asia PAcific and One Meralco Foundation. Muoz plays as the titular role of St.Ignacio De Loyola, a Spanish knight who later established the Jesuits.

- The BBC announced a TV adaptation of the legendary Les Miserables novel.


A butt-kicking AlDub we saw today...

The search for Lola Nidora over the past few days has been a week full of tension in the Eat Bulaga Kalyeserye segment ever since she got kidnapped last weekend and as the search deepens, we saw a butt-kicking Lola Tinidora, Alden, and Maine kicking kidnappers' butts and then later, Tinidora got abducted in the process.

Now, with time running out, AlDub has finally reached the hideout where the lolas are held captive and then start kicking bad guys' butts until they got reunited. Just then, a gunshot occured and who got hit by the bullet? The lolas? Kidnappers? We never know who! So keep watching Eat Bulaga every weekdays for more Kalyeserye antics!

Until then, congratulations to RunCav Movers fir winning the grand finals of DJ Sak Noel's #TrumpetsChallenge!

Photo: Official EB Facebook


On the July 22, 2016 episode of Bubble Gang...

- Antique gags

- What happens next after the fight between the two celebs?

- Mamaw and Erlinda never know what's inside the box until one of them knew...

- President Tuterti speaks with Chief Bato.

- The life of a gay is explained by a song.

- An affordable way to go strip-teasing...

- A certain chatter with boys reveals all...

- Basa-basa-Pik!

Friday, July 22, 2016

Let's Do The News! (July 22, 2016)

- If former president Fidel V. Ramos' turns down President Duterte's offer to negotiate with China following the tribunal ruling over the South China Sea, there's a possibility that former Interior Secretary Rafael Alunan II could become special envoy to China.

- Meanwhile, Foreign Affair secretary Perfecto Yasay Jr. is set to bring up the South China Sea issues in the upcoming ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Meeting this weekend.

- In the final day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, with Donald Trump accepted the title as the Republican Presidential nominee, he still continues his backlash against presumptive Democratic presidentiable Hillary Clinton and for a real kicker, he strongly opposes automatic protections for NATO member countries.

- With the Democratic National Convention due next week, the camp of presumptive Democratic presidentiable Hillary Clinton strikes back against Trump's acceptance speech, saying this is just another reminder that he's unfit to be the next US president.

- Police in Brazil have detained 10 people and are searching for two others on suspicion of plotting to carry out a terror attack during the Rio Olympics. The members had allegedly declared allegiance to the Islamic State militants, mulling on purchasing guns in Paraguay, and praised the recent Nice attacks. Brazilian media have quoted a government official as saying that about 100 people with suspected terrorist links are being watched on the border with Paraguay and Argentina.

- Some more Pokemon GO news around the world. Just as when Japan finally got their hands on Pokemon GO, Syrians are making use of the game's popularity to spread message to the harsh conditions in the country, calling for measures to prevent more children from being victimized. Meanwhile in Guatemala, an 18-year-old boy was killed while playing the app game. Police said the teenager and another 17-year-old boy were shot in Chiquimula about 100km east of the capital Guatemala City on Monday. A witness reportedly told police that a man fired about five shots at the boy and police suspect the man got angry after mistakenly thinking that the teenagers were taking pictures of him.

- The Morgan EV3 reaches production with a limited special run of 19 units in collaboration with Selfridges.

- In case you missed the latest Eat Bulaga kalyeserye, as the search for Lola Nidora continues, Tinidora, Alden, Maine, and the gang are interrogating one of the kidnappers on where in the world is Nidora. Later, a phone call told them she's hidden at some van near a certain location and upon finding it, they got caught in a brawl against the kidnappers until Tinidora finally found Nidora. However, Tinidora got kidnapped! What happens next? Tune in next time and find out!



Thursday, July 21, 2016

Let's Do The News! (July 21, 2016)

- Philippine Vice President Leni Robredo calls for end to extrajudicial killings, warned yesterday of what she described as the growing culture of fear in the country. Robredo made the appeal after five persons were reported to have been killed in Malabon by motorcycle-riding armed men while another man suspected of being a drug pusher was killed in Quezon City in what the victim's sister said was a case of mistake identity.

- Senator Koko Pimentel, presumptive Senate president, expects President Rodrigo Duterte to push the government to federalism in his first state of the nation address this coming Monday. Pimentel said he is also hoping for Duterte to make income tax reform a priority.

- Two days after the Supreme Court ordered her release, former president and Paranaque representative Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo is still detained. The Supreme Court explained the release order would not be immediately implemented, stressing administrative procedures must be followed.

- In the penultimate third day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, while Indiana Governor Mike Pence accepted his vice presidential nomination, Senator Ted Cruz made headlines about not endorsing Donald Trump and urge people to "vote by their conscience".

- Following the failed coup attempt, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that a three-month state of emergency in Turkey will be implemented. Erdogan said the measure is needed to remove the threat and pledged to rid the cause of the plot from the military.

- French lawmakers have voted to extend the nation's state of emergency rule for six months, following last week's Nice attack that killed 130 people. The lower and upper houses of France's National Assembly approved the extension on Wednesday.

- Legendary Pictures acquired rights for a live-action Pokemon film with filming commencing next year. It will be heavily inspired from the Detective Pikachu 3DS game that was launched digitally since the first quarter of this year, which explains a lot.

- The 20th anniversary birthday present from Good Smile Company for Cardcaptor Sakura has been uncovered. Two different versions of the special Good Smile Company Cardcaptor Sakura 20th anniversary figure. The base is now available to order starting at 12,963 Yen plus tax and deliveries start this June while the range-topper Stars Bless You version is now open for booking for 23,148 Yen plus tax and deliveries star this June. A must have for Cardcaptor Sakura fans (except for myself).

GSC Sakura Kinomoto
GSC Sakura Kinomoto
-Stars Bless You-

- Today marks the 53rd anniversary of AlDub and on the latest Kalyeserye, the search for Lola Nidora is still going on, and even with Tinidora and the gang still beating up the abductors, the whereabouts of Lola Nidora is still left unanswered so tune in next time and find out.


Wednesday, July 20, 2016



The Playstation4-exclusive video game, THE IDOLM@STER Platinum Stars, launches next week and fans of the decade-long franchise are ready for the new vision for the 765 PRO ALL-STARS as they're taking on a bold new direction for the idols themselves. In preparation for next week's launch, the PLATINUM M@STER range, inspired by IM@S PS, kicks off with a prologue featuring the game's theme song, Happy!

This maxi single features two songs heavily inspired by the upcoming IM@S PS video game, and just by listening to these songs, fans are surely be ready for the new direction of 765 PRO ALL-STARS when Platinum Stars comes out next week. Oh, and be sure to look out for the rest of THE IDOLM@STER PLATINUM M@STER CD range coming your way soon!


2) ザ・ライブ革命でSHOW!(M@STER VERSION) 
3) Happy!(M@STER VERSION) オリジナル・カラオケ
4) ザ・ライブ革命でSHOW!(M@STER VERSION) オリジナル・カラオケ

Aozora Jumping Heart

Aozora Jumping Heart
The Love Live! Sunshine!! TV series has been aired three weeks ago and so far, we've been introduced by the nine girls from the Uranohoshi Girls High School; Chika Takami, You Watanabe, Riko Sakurauchi, Ruby Kurosawa, Yoshiko Yohane Tsushima, Hanamaru Kunikida, Dia Kurosawa, Mari Ohara, and Kanan Matsuura, who are destined to be Aqours, the next generation of school idols. While Lovelivers can't wait for what's next for the girls, the opening theme song from the LLS TV series, Aozora Jumping Heart, is here and fans can now listen to the theme song as long as they want. Consider it a hearty thanks for becoming part of the LLS experience since the first episode.

By the way, while you are listening to the theme song as well as the other track offered, word is that it's now integrated on the School Idol Festival app game (Japan only) so feel free to master these songs as long as you want. And be sure to keep watching the Love Live! Sunshine!! TV series to see what's next for the girls!

01. 青空Jumping Heart
02. ハミングフレンド
03. 青空Jumping Heart (Off Vocal)
04. ハミングフレンド (Off Vocal)

Let's Do The News! (July 20, 2016)

- US Secretary of State John Kerry is set to meet with newly elected President Rodrigo Duterte in his visit to Manila this month. Kerry, who last visited the Philippines three years ago, is set to discuss the full range of their cooperation with the Duterte administration, according to the US Department of State. During Kerry's visit from the 26th to the 27th, he is also expected to meet with Foreign Affairs secretary Perfecto Yasay, following the historic tribunal on the South China Sea against China.

- Around 320 PNP SAF troops were deployed at the New Bilibid Prison in Muntinlupa City on Wednesday to take over security here. Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II said the SAF troops will take over security posts in the prison for a few months while 200 NBP employees undergo retraining.

- In Day 2 of the Republican National Convention, Donald Trump was named as the Presidential Candidate for the Republican party as well as his running mate Indiana Governor Mike Pence was named Vice Presidential Candidate. Speakers at the convention, including New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, have been calling to unite against presumptive Democratic presidentiable Hillary Clinton.

In other notes, the speech by Trump's wife, Melania, at the first day of the RNC, were broadly similar to the speech used by first lady Michelle Obama years ago. US media say these passages are strikingly similar to the speech that Michele Obama delivered at the 2008 Democratic Party convention. The Trump campaign denies the allegation of plagiarism.

- German authorities and investigating possible links between the recent ax-wielding attacker on a train in Germany and the Islamic State militants. The attacker was identified as a 17-year-old male Afghan refugee. He attacked inside the train near Wuerzburg on Monday night. Five people are hurt. The attacker was killed by the police and later, a hand-painted flag of ISIS was spotted on his room.
- Following last week's Nice attacks, French President Francois Hollande says his government plans to extend its state of emergency until January.

- New Pokemon Sun and Moon info on the radar. There are new Pokemon identified on the latest info such as Wimpod, Bounsweet, Comfey, Mudsdale, Bewear, and the Pikachu look-alike Mimikyu. The latest info introduces us Hyper Training and its Pokemon Global Link connectivity.

- Following Norway's plans to ban sales of petrol and diesel cars by the year 2015, its capital city Oslo is set to erase parking spaces in its ambition for a car-free city.

- Suzuki Motor Corporation delays launch of their next-generation Swift and Wagon R models to next year following their fuel economy scandal. The new Swift is set to launch on the 1st quarter of 2017, followed by the new Wagon R by Spring.


Tuesday, July 19, 2016

THREATS FROM NORTH KOREA: North Korea launched missiles

Sourced from Arirang News:

South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff(or JCS) said North Korea fired off three ballistic missiles Tuesday morning 
between 5:45 AM and 6:40 AM Korea Time.

The latest launch is thought to be part of Pyongyang's response to the July 8th decision by Seoul and Washington
to deploy the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system here by the end of 2017 to deal with the nuclear and missile threats from the North.

The military said the missiles, presumed to be Scud-class or intermediate-range Rodong missiles, were launched from Hwangju, Hwanghaebukdo Province and two of the missiles flew between five hundred and six hundred kilometers before falling into the East Sea. 

The JCS said the range is enough to reach all of South Korea, including the far southern port city of Busan, 
adding that South Korea's military is keeping close tabs on the North and fully prepared for additional missile launches.  

Let's Do The News! (July 19, 2016)

- The Supreme Court has dismissed a plunder case against Pampanga Representative Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo over her alleged misuse of the intelligence funds of the PCSO. At a televised press conference, the high court dismissed the case against Arroyo for lack of evidence. The court also ordered the immediate release of Arroyo, who is currently under hospital arrest at the Veterans Memorial Medical Center.

- Despite being soured in the recent arbitral ruling, China has agreed to cooperate the Philippines in the fight against illegal drugs with its embassy saying narcotics are "a common enemy of mankind". The Chinese Embassy has expressed explicitly to the new administration China's willingness for effective cooperation as the Chinese government has been firm and severe in drug control and in punishing all drug criminals regardless their nationalities.

- Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade apologized for the closure of the main runway at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport on Monday evening. Tugade explained that he was forced to declare closure of the NAIA Runway 06-24 when the asphalt got peeled off and required immediate repair to ensure passenger and aircrafts' safety.

- The first day of the 4-day US Republican National Convention kicked off in Cleveland, Ohio, on Monday, with delegates from all fifty states and party members attending. Over the course of the convention, politicians and actors will deliver speeches addressing Trump's campaign slogan "Make America Great Again". On Tuesday, Donald Trump and Indiana Governor Mike Pence will be named as the party's presidential and vice presidential candidates.

- The European Union foreign ministers have condemned the failed coup attempt in Turkey but urged the country to respect human rights in dealing with the plotters. Turkish authorities have detained at least 7,500 people, including members of the military and judiciary institutions.

- An inquiry commissioned by the World Anti-Doping Agency says Russia carried out a state-sponsored doping program at the Sochi Winter Olympics two years ago. Sources showed at least 15 of the 33 Russian medal winners at the Sochi Olympics were a part of the doping program.

- An international conference of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, also known as UNAIDS, opened in Durban, South Africa, on Monday. About 18,000 people, including researchers and those who offer assistance to HIV carriers, are taking part.

- Shooting for the first episode of the Amazon original series, The Grand Tour, hosted by former Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May, in South Africa has finished. The main idea of the show behind the scenes is the presenters taking their studio with them in a large tent globally every episode.

- TV presenter Kris Aquino got criticized by netizens about why she watched the latest AlDub movie, Imagine You & Me, instead of seeing an Enrique Gil film titled Dukot. Believe it or not, both of the films were showed in theaters on the same day since the 13th of July.

- Alden Ehrenreich was named as the actor who's going to play the young Han Solo in the upcoming Star Wars prequel film. That was announced during last weekends Star Wars Celebration fan event in London, England.


Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ (2017 minor change)

The Toyota 86 and the Subaru BRZ, two rear-wheel drive sports cars that signalled the collaboration between Toyota and Subaru, have been around for about four years since its 2012 debut and continues to win the hearts of many car enthusiasts who wanted a proper Japanese sportscar that handles and drives just the way the speedo boys want. For Toyota fans, the 86 considered to be a revival to the company's fun-to-drive mantra that has experienced from its past machines including the AE86 Sprinter Trueno/Corolla Levin. For the Subarists, the BRZ is just nothing more of a sacrilege to Subaru's four-wheel drive tradition because of its rear-wheel drive layout but either way, these sportscars remain popular among speedo boys looking for a JDM sportscar that loves to do things sideways just the way they want.

2017 Toyota 86
2017 Subaru BRZ

For the 2017 Model Year, the Toyobaru twin sportscars that reignited the sports car empire has been upgraded with a small power increase and improved dynamics that will keep these two cars coming back for more but upgrades aside, choosing between the 86 or the BRZ is still a hard choice because those who wanted to own an 86 are the kind of drivers who believe that cars are better than people when it comes to overall enthusiasm but they love to drive as much as they want while for those who deserve the BRZ are the kind of people who like to keep their driving style in a calm and collected manner, those who like to keep their cool at all times. Remind you of something?

2017 Toyota 86 interior
2017 Subaru BRZ interior

Yep, the revised design of these two speak for themselves and as for the interior, you will notice the new dashboard, new steering wheel design, and a new, high-tech instrumental panel packed with something that monitors your track day progress such as lap times, distribution, G-force, and so on. That all sounds business for the drivers but if they want to have these cars talk about what's on their mind, let's focus more on the improved performance.

2017 Toyota 86
2017 Subaru BRZ

Using their motorsports knowhow, both of these models now come with improved springs and dampers as well as increased spot welding points on the rear pillars, allowing for better steering response and ride comfort and if anyone goes for an optional Sachs dampers, handling can be slightly improved. Under the hood, the FA20 D-4S two-litre 4-cylinder engine adds 7 more PS to its engine output, resulting to 207PS of power and 212Nm of torque output. Sounds good but only the manual transmission variants are welcomed by this power increase because models with 6-speed automatic gearbox still offers the same previous output as the pre-facelift model.

For those who called themselves Team 86, the 2017 Toyota 86 starts from 2,623,320 to 3,250,800 Yen while for those "Team BRZ", it's yours starting from 2,430,000 to 3,375,000 Japanese Yen. As a key reminder, those who wanted to own an 86 are the kind of drivers who believe that cars are better than people when it comes to overall enthusiasm but they love to drive as much as they want while for those who deserve the BRZ are the kind of people who like to keep their driving style in a calm and collected manner. If you are among one of these sides, you have surrendered your fate in one of these machines in terms of behavior, value for money, and overall enthusiasm, as said at the back of your pants. The 86 is all about behavior with an act of valor while the BRZ is just plain mystic in every single detail but differences aside, these new updates will keep them coming back for more.

Photo: Toyota Motor Corporation /Fuji Heavy Industries

Monday, July 18, 2016

Seattle's Chinatown International District Dragon Fest 2016

As the hot summer weeks are scorching the Pacific Northwest, I went out to the Seattle Chinatown District to enjoy some sights and sounds of the annual DragonFest, which was sponsored by McDonald's of course. In here, spectators witness some of the best Asian cultural showcase, visit some booths, and for some who didn't mind about the DragonFest for some reason, catching Pokemon in their little smartphone game they called Pokemon Go. I know. I'm one of the many who are catching some wild Pokemon and stocking up supplies on the PokeStops while at it.

Let's Do The News! (July 18, 2016)

- The Malacanang urged protesters not to hold rallies in President Rodrigo Duterte's first State of the Nation Address, which takes place next week, the 25th of July. Instead, militant groups should air their sentiments to the president on another time to maintain peace and order during the SONA and enable "better communication".

- Returning to the aftermath of the arbitral ruling over the South China Sea, China's People's Liberation Army flies a nuclear-capable bomber, the H-6K, flying over the Scarborough Shoal a few days after the ruling. The H-6K can run at top speeds of 1,050kph and has a range of 6,000km. It was specifically built for the PLA Air Force. Days after the bomber flew over Scarborough Shoal, China tested its two new airports on the Spratly Islands.

- Regular white taxis on Monday can now pick up passengers at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport's arrival area. Since then, arriving passengers have to climb up to the departure area to get a white taxi ride because only NAIA-accredited yellow taxis are allowed to pick up passengers in the arrival area. Yellow taxis have a flagdown rate of 70 pesos while regular white taxis have a lower flagdown rate of thirty.

- On the Turkish failed coup, Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan has pledged to rid the government of followers of US-based Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen, who despises Erdogan. Erdogan spoke on Sunday at a funeral for victims of the coup attempt in Istanbul. In an apparent reference to the Gulen movement, he vowed to keep ridding the ones responsible for the overthrow attempt from all state institutions. He plans to urge the United States to hand over Gulen who lives in Pennsylvania.

- Back to the Nice attacks, former French president Nicolas Sarkozy blamed the government for not doing enough to provide security. Over 80 people died when an attacker hit-and-run a truck into people celebrating Bastille Day on Thursday.

- UK's new foreign minister, Boris Johnson, stresses that the UK will not abandon its European Union allies despite its historic Brexit referendum. In his appearance on Brussels, Johnson said the EU needed a "co-ordinated response" to terrorism following the Nice attacks. He is expected to meet with EU foreign ministers for talks.

- The National Museum of Western Art in Tokyo, Japan, has been listed as one of UNESCO's world heritage sites. UNESCO's World Heritage committee announced the decision in Istanbul on Sunday/ The meeting had been postponed following the failed coup attempt. The building was designed by the French architect Le Corbusier and seven countries had jointly recommended the designation of 17 buildings designed by Le Corbusier as a single entry.

- The suspect behind the killing of three police officers at Baton Rouge, Louisiana, an ex-Marine named Gavin Long, had posted videos urging to "fight back" against police treatment of African Americans. The ex-Marine, 29, was killed by police during the attack on Sunday morning. Thension has been high since police shot dead a black man in Baton Rouge two weeks ago.

- The White House states that previously classified papers regarding the September 11, 2001 attacks released on Friday show there had been no Saudi Arabia links. Lawmakers and victims' families campaigned for years for their publication, alleging high-level Saudis were complicit in the attacks. The pages from the 2002 report found it likely the attackers got firm financial backing inside the KSA. Fifteen of the 19 hijackers behind the attack 15 years ago were Saudi nationals.


Sunday, July 17, 2016

Pokemon the Movie: Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel

Celebrating Pokemon's 20th anniversary, the 19th Pokemon movie has erupted on the big screens across Japan and as far as anyone believes, this will be the last film of the Pokemon XY & Z saga that started with 2014's Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction and 2015's Hoopa and the Clash of Ages.

In this new film, Satoshi (Ash) and the gang made an unfateful encounter with the mythical Steam Pokemon Volcanion, who sets its mission to find and save the Artificial Pokemon, Magearna, before an rogue minister tries to take advantage of Magearna's Soul Heart to take over the world. However, Ash and Volcanion never get along very well but with them working together, this is going to be a Pokemon adventure they'll never forget.

Whereas last year's film feature all of the legendaries, this latest Pokemon movie became an overload of Mega-Evolved Pokemon that overshadowed the stars of this film, Volcanion and Magearna. It's very odd that with so many Mega-Evolved Pokemon making their movie appearances, it almost felt like it's going to be one heck of a farewell party because with the upcoming Pokemon Sun and Moon upon us, it is unclear whether or not Mega Evolution will retain.

Whatever the heck it is, this film will serve as a swan song for Ash's Kalos quest because pretty soon, the XY saga will draw to its climax and pave way to the upcoming Sun and Moon saga.

In the meantime, as we are almost ready to bid adieu to the Kalos quest and making way to the imminent Alola journey pretty soon, best to enjoy the movie that became part of celebrating 20 years of Pokemon and enjoy it 'till the end of the film.

My rating: 3.7 out of 5
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