This is one of the worst movies they have made in history. I mean, if you go to the website kidsinmind.com it will tell you all that's in the movie. It always says that the monsters come out of the cards, fight and then they shatter. And it's true, all that's in the movie is them playing cards. If I wanted to see people play cards I would go to Las Vegas and play cards. At least the don't have crappy little drawings on them and you win money. If you thinking about seeing it then don't. It also has the most worse drawings ever since Speed Racer and that show actually was funny after a while cause he always made a stupid face. The only way I would watch that movie again would to sit there laughing my ass off at how crappy this movie is. So don't waste your money on this movie. This movie does't even deserve a 1, it deserves a negative 1 with three zeros on it and it's literally lowest at the worst movie's ever made chart. I would actually rename it and make the name, "Yu-Gi-Oh: Death of the Crappy Shattering Animation."
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie (2004) 1080p YIFY Movie
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie (2004) 1080p
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie is a movie starring Dan Green, Eric Stuart, and Amy Birnbaum. Underneath the sands of Egypt, Anubis, an ancient evil spirit, has awakened. It's up to Yugi, who defeated Anubis centuries ago, to use his skill and...
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Yugi, a smaller than average high school student, and an easy target for bullies, is given an ancient Egyptian riddle called the "Millennium Puzzle" by his grandfather, a local game shop manager. Yugi pieces the puzzle together and unexpectedly becomes the powerful "Game King." Now when Yugi gets into sticky situations, the "Game King" takes over and protects Yugi and his friends.
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It's about monsters that alway's fight but they're cards.Reviewed byddrdancefan13Vote: 1/10
I snuck into this movie, trying to waste some time. Now, as a result, i have the iq of a simian. Why, because this movie was so bad, so mind numbingly horrid, so water buffalo testicle sucking, that I have now been reduced to a frothing lobotomized shell of my former self. Plot, there was none, or if there was, it wasn't one even remotely memorable, coconuts! Random lame battles, following extreme periods of mind destruction. Point being, avoid this like the plague, its like Gigli! Except animated, with coconuts, and Japanese cartoons!
For shizzle, Me
Scientists estimate that the average human being has around 100,000,000,000 (100 Billion) brain cells (or neurons) and that after the age of 20 we tend to lose them at a rate of around 9,000 neurons per day. There are activities that can enhance that, such as sniffing paint or glue, which can accelerate that loss to about 300,000 a day...remarkable to say the least. In my own research this past week, I have discovered that exposure to the new movie "Yu-Gi-Oh!" makes the paint huffers of the world feel a little better about their eroding brain cells, as I believe I may have lost in the area of about 1.6 billion neurons in the time span of an hour and a half.
Yu-Gi-Oh is a fantasy card game that has taken over our children's lives and depleted our (parents) pocketbooks of hard-earned cash and has given us some of the most confusing conversations we have ever been subjected to. The cards have turned our sons (and some daughters) into poster children for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder without any help in sight. Either my son is OCD or he is a genius, but to follow this game with any type of success, I suspect he would have to be a mixture of both.
This leads me to "Yu-Gi-Oh!" the movie. My 9 year-old son has problems with his handwriting, he has issues with the use of pencils upsetting his tactile senses and his reading could be better, but he can utilize the internet to find the release dates of ANY movie that may, or may not be, in production at any moment. I, on other hand, am lucky if I can remember to shave in the morning. Anyway, he knew months in advance when this movie was coming out and quickly began to pine away the days with a sense of wistful yearning that is usually reserved for Sonic the Hedgehog and Spiderman...I knew at that very moment that my brain cells were at risk.
In the weeks preceding the release of "Yu-Gi-Oh!", I thought of so many ways to get out of seeing this celluloid nightmare. Maybe I would be called away to business in a Third World country...maybe I would be forced to sell soap to the criminally incarcerated...maybe I could pay a babysitter to go to the movie with him. In the end, after debating with my ex and also realizing I was too poor to afford a babysitter, I subjected myself to the experience.
We arrived at the movie theater; my son a portrait of unheralded joy with a hint of trembling angst, and me, saddled with the look of a man who has realized that the Governor is not going to call with a stay of execution...I am resigned to my own fate. As I expected, we got MORE cards upon payment of the tickets, though I did save some money by going to the matinée, so that's a positive. We started to the theater and as providence would have it, the movie actually started early, so we missed the first 3 minutes or so, which probably saved me approximately 300,000 neurons.
I cannot remember that much about the actual movie, but I do remember the "plot" (and I use that term loosely) was just what I thought it would be. It can be broken down into this easy to understand dialogue:
Enemy Guy: "I have this incredible card!"
Yu-Gi: "Oh yeah? Well, I have this incredible card!"
Enemy Guy: "Well, you may think that, but I have this card which combined with this other card makes your card obsolete!"
Yu-Gi: "Ha! You only think that, but I have this face down card that when combined with this magic card and this other spell card combine to create the ultimate monster that you could never dream of stopping!"
This goes on for an hour and a half. I am not kidding. I got you...you got me...I got you again. Finally someone got someone else and a card that was never before seen makes an appearance and changes the dynamics of the film. It was like watching theoretical Dungeons and Dragons geeks if they were to spar on ESPN, only the latter would probably be more entertaining because of the commercials. Speaking of commercials, this is literally an hour and a half infommercial.
Finally its over...its over...its over. I keep having to assure myself that this is indeed the case. In the moments after, I realize that I cannot remember the names of any of my teachers in grade school and that I can no longer pinpoint the exact moment when my hair began to recede. Thankfully, these memories are not as important as others and "Yu-Gi-Oh!" has not taken everything from me. The only thing I can actually remember from the movie is that the Blue Eyes Shining Dragon is not one to be trifle with.
In closing, I would be remiss if I did not quote that great sage Dean Vernon Wormer, "Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life, son". After seeing "Yu-Gi-Oh!" I might tend to disagree.