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The film was met with poor reception from critics. Criticism likened it to the Pokémon films in that it was only appropriate for fans of the franchise. Rotten Tomatoes ranked the film 68th in the "100 Worst Reviewed Films of the 2000s", with a rating of 5%, based on 66 reviews while the consensus reads, "Don't watch the TV show or play the card game? Then this movie is not for you."[17] The film was the lowest-rated animated film on Metacritic until it was surpassed by 2017's The Emoji Movie, with an average of 15 out of 100, meaning "overwhelming dislike", based on 18 reviews.[18] On Rotten Tomatoes, it is the second lowest-rated animated film of the 2000s behind Happily N'Ever After. In a retrospective review for the Radio Times Guide to Films, film critic Lucy Barrick awarded the film two stars out of five, describing the narrative as "largely incomprehensible" and the animation as "bog-standard".[19]




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Suddenly this movie came back to me in a flash- of what I tried to watch of it, anyway. At the time I actually saw it in the theater (snuck in of course), hoping maybe that the film might be slightly different from the one-sided approach on the TV show that makes Pokemon look like Miyazaki. I knew that there was also a whole big trading card side to the whole shebang, but that maybe the filmmakers might forgo that for an actual story or at least one or two characters to have some sort of interest in (at least in Pokemon there was the villains out to stop Pikachu and those other kids). After about 30 minutes of the film, I started to get the same sensation I felt having seen Digimon in the theater years before- the sensation of being numbed by over-the-top, hideous displays of anime via lots and lots and lots of battles between characters that I couldn't give a hoot about. So much is invested into making the card-players with their animals fight off incredibly stylish and colorful, which here and there it was, they forgot that they're making a movie. If it was something just short and small to show at an anime or comic-book convention, fine, but not for 90 minutes! After said 30 minutes, I did a rarity on my part which was to walk out, feeling that even though something was sort of going on with the character of Yugi- going into Egypt for some rare creature to face off or whatever- there wasn't anything really to see more of that I didn't already get bombarded with already. It's got more flashy gimmicks than a magician hopped up on 10 cups of Starbucks, but nothing really goes on that redeems all of this with content. For the fan-boys of the series or the cards or maybe for the most die-hard of (KIDS) anime shows and flicks it might be worth a look, or a glance, though its current status on the IMDb bottom 100 is not really without merit. Pretty disposable as I remember it.


Meanwhile, Yugi Muto and Téa Gardner, seeking refuge from a mob of duelists wanting to face Yugi for the Egyptian Gods, stumble into Domino Museum, where they discover a new attraction on display called the Pyramid of Light, which looks a little like the Millennium Puzzle. Yugi's grandpa, Solomon Muto (who also happens to be visiting the museum), reads an inscription on the side of a sarcophagus (The eye that sees what's yet to come, its vision shall be fulfilled, unless blinded by events predetermined, thus light & shadows both be killed), triggering a strange vision in Yugi's mind concerning his Millennium Puzzle, the Pyramid of Light, Anubis, and Kaiba. After he wakes up, he finds the pyramid stolen, the sarcophagus now empty, and Mokuba standing outside. Mokuba says that Kaiba wants Yugi to bring his duel disk to the KaibaCorp Duel Dome immediately.


The movie is set after the Battle City finals,[1] with Yugi wielding all three Egyptian God Cards in the movie. According to Animation World Network, the movie is set directly after Episode 144 (the final episode of the Battle City Finals).[2] In the English dub of episode 148, Tristan references the events of the film.


In the film, one of the video screens shows Yugi and his three Egyptian God monsters in the sky, which is footage taken from Yugi's clash with the Great Leviathan in Episode 183. While this could indicate the movie takes place after Episode 184 (the final episode of the Waking the Dragons arc), it is likely just footage being reused (since Episode 183 had already aired in Japan prior to this movie's premiere).


Yu-Gi-Oh! the Movie: The Pyramid of Light, known in Japan as Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters: Pyramid of Light is an anime film based on the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise. The film's director was Hatsuki Tsuji. This movie is considered non-canon and takes place after the Battle City arc. It is a seemingly "alternate explanation" of how Yugi Muto solved the Millennium Puzzle and features the inclusion of Anubis (who has not been mentioned outside of the film).


Meanwhile, Yugi Muto and Téa Gardner, seeking refuge from a mob of duelists wanting to face Yugi for the Egyptian Gods, stumble into Domino Museum, where they discover a new attraction on display called the Pyramid of Light, which looks a little like the Millennium Puzzle. Yugi's grandpa, Solomon Muto (who also happens to be visiting the museum), reads an inscription on the side of a sarcophagus (The eye that sees what's yet to come, its vision shall be fulfilled, unless blinded by events predetermined, thus light & shadows both be killed), triggering a strange vision in Yugi's mind concerning his Millennium Puzzle, the Pyramid of Light, Anubis, and Kaiba. After he wakes up, he finds the pyramid stolen, the sarcophagus now empty, and Mokuba standing outside. Mokuba says that Kaiba wants Yugi to bring his duel disk to the KaibaCorp Duel Dome immediately.


The scene at the start of the movie showing Yugi's completion of the Millennium Puzzle differs slightly from that seen in the original manga, but the Duel Monsters anime had, at that point, never shown the puzzle's completion, meaning this scene did not contradict anything yet established in the anime's continuity. A flashback in episode 180 would later show the puzzle's completion, matching what was seen in the movie.


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The film's director was Hatsuki Tsuji. This film was release first in the English version on August 13, 2004. The film was release in Japan a year later in the Japanese version on March 16, 2005. In Japan this film is known as Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters Pyramid of Light. Although the movie took place after the Battle City arc, it is debatable as to whether or not it is canon due to the alternate explanation of how Yugi Muto solved the Millennium Puzzle, and released the inclusion of Anubis in the film. Anubis an ancient Egyptian evil that was defeated by Yugi's alter ego Yami Yugi, centuries ago has returned to exact revenge on the pharaoh. Wielding the power of the Eighth Millenium Item, Anubis is determined to destroy Yugi and take over the world. Unlike the TV series, the cards retain their appearance to their real world counterparts in the English version. The film in the Japanese version has featured twelve minutes of additional animation.


Meanwhile, Yugi Muto and Téa Gardner, seeking refuge from a mob of duelists wanting to face Yugi for the Egyptian Gods, stumble into Domino Museum, where they discover a new attraction on display called the Pyramid of Light, which looks a little like the Millennium Puzzle. Yugi's grandpa, Solomon Muto (who also happens to be visiting the museum), reads an inscription on the side of a sarcophagus (The eye that sees what's yet to come, its vision shall be fulfilled, unless blinded by events predetermined, thus light & shadows both be killed), triggering a strange vision in Yugi's mind concerning his Millennium Puzzle, the Pyramid of Light, Anubis, and Kaiba. After he wakes up, he finds the pyramid stolen, the sarcophagus now empty. Yugi also finds Mokuba standing outside. Mokuba says that Kaiba wants Yugi to bring his duel disk to the KaibaCorp Duel Dome immediately.


Meanwhile Tea and Grandpa, are walking and they see the Kaiba Dome explode with a beam of light. They rush over to see what's going on, when they get there they see a huge blue pyramid. Mokuba tells them Kaiba and Yugi are in there dueling. Tea hopes that they are okay. The ground begins to crack and just in time Pegasus came with a helicopter and saves them. Tea feels that her friends need her help so she stands in the edge of the helicopter and looks into the eye of the Pyramid of Light which separated her mind from her body and she almost falls but Pegasus, Mokuba, and grandpa bring her back in.


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