Finally...I've been waiting ever since that damn movie came out. I'm gonna get it.
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I might have gotten it if they didn't **** up Arceus's role. If they made it a bit more... godly, then maybe. Seriously, what kind of god gets knocked out in one hit by a meteor? I didn't like the plot either.
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A lot of the Greek and Roman gods were depicted as not being invulnerable and succumbing to various forces in the mortal world.Originally Posted by cmd84
Wow that was a long time well watched the english verson that aired on t.v on youtube all ready but its a pritty good movie from what i saw.
But...I saw it for sale on DVD when I went to get the event Jirachi at Toys'R'Us a few months ago...
Or is this just an American release? Coz us Aussies have had it for ages.
I mean, why Australia? Seems weird to me.
Well I personally think its nice for Australia to get a release before America for a change. We almost always get the games later than the US, so for them to give us a movie first is kinda aknowledging that a decent percentage of the fanbase are not American.
Um...Im quite sure Pokemon is a Japanese thing...so how is it an American DVD?
And what I was talking about didn't have to do with the fanbase number, but the fact that a lot of American shows or things produced here in some way sometimes get DVD releases in Australia and never see the light of day here, or take a long time to get over here. That kind of thing is my question. Out of all places, why Australia?
Edit: To Provide Specific examples;
Australia got the first season of Courage the Cowardly dog as a DVD 3 years ago in September 2007, while we're only getting it now in July of this year.
Another CN example, they did the same thing with Johnny Bravo in 2007
Funimation released a couple of Dragon Ball DVDs in Australia and never released them here, despite them being the dubbing company for North America
Is that a better explanation of my question?
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And I have no idea why Australia would get American shows before you guys...though if our free-to-air TV stations are anything to go by, Australia is seen as some kind of "dumping ground" for bad American shows. Maybe they think we wont notice they are crap.