Kaiba arrogantly and ignorantly forces Yami Yugi into a duel, unaware that Anubis is manipulating him into using one of the two new cards, Pyramid of Light, which covers the field in a huge replica of the actual pyramid and destroys the God Cards. Fathom Events announced on Thursday that it will screen Yu-Gi-Oh! Kaiba defeats Pegasus and claims two cards, one of which was secretly planted by Anubis. On , it is the second lowest rated animated film of the 2000s behind. A devastating spiritual force unleashes from the relic and liberates the Egyptian sorcerer. Yami, reunited with Yugi, destroys the Pyramid of Light card with Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon and then uses Kaiba's planned strategy to summon the God Cards and end the duel by destroying Anubis. Title Writer s Performer s Length 1.
Kaiba, determined to defeat Yugi once and for all, turns to Pegasus, the creator of Duel Monsters, in order to obtain any new cards designed to defeat the almighty God Cards. The criticism was much like that of the Pokémon films. The version of the film released in Japan featured twelve minutes of additional animation. It was released on August 10, 2004, on on and. He awakens to find Anubis and the Pyramid of Light missing. Unlike the regular series, the trading cards seen in the film actually look like their ; the English-language series would normally edit them to alter their appearance. Pegasus figures out what is going on and arrives in a helicopter to rescue Téa, Solomon, and Mokuba.
Yami Yugi and Kaiba continue their duel, each blow to their in-game Life Points draining away their physical energy. Anubis, now free, intends to conclude his plan. Yugi finds the Dagger of Fate within Anubis' tomb, and uses it to destroy the all-seeing eye, as predicted by the prophecy. Pegasus tells Kaiba that he has a card he is looking for, but will only give it to Kaiba if he can beat him in a duel. . Téa sends her soul into the Millennium Puzzle to aid Yugi, Joey and Tristan.
Retrieved 14 March 2017 — via Amazon. Then this movie is not for you. Yugi, Joey and Tristan are sucked into the pyramid while Mokuba flees the crumbling building. The Movie Soundtrack 2004 Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Yu-Gi-Oh! In the present day, Anubis' tomb is uncovered by archaeologists, amazed with his strongest and most valuable treasure: the Pyramid of Light. The film was released in theaters in Japanese by on November 3, 2004 and aired on on January 2, 2005.
Yugi thanks the spirit of Yami, and his three best friends for their strong enduring friendship which makes one a true winner. Cineplex is listing the remastered version of Yu-Gi-Oh! This proves to be his undoing when Yugi and Yami summon Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon to beat Anubis with ease, ultimately destroying the Egyptian God of Death and Chaos for good. It was only appropriate for fans of the franchise. The score for the film was never released. In October 2018, a trailer for the Remasters preview for the current Yu-Gi-Oh anime, , was shown alongside the film, in which the Yu Gi Oh Film is on Blu Ray, which came out on 8 October 2018. To make matters worse, Kaiba's Deck Destruction Virus sends more than half of Yami's deck to the Graveyard, leaving him with barely any cards, and attacks from his Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon and Blue-Eyes Shining Dragon his second new card , both with 4500 Attack Points, drop Yami's Life Points to 200. An injured Kaiba departs with Mokuba, with the promise to defeat Yugi next time they meet.
Meanwhile, Yugi and Téa go to the local museum where Anubis' corpse and the Pyramid of Light are on display. When Kaiba deviates from Anubis' plan and attempts to destroy the Pyramid of Light, Anubis materializes, casts him aside, and takes command of the duel. Kaiba's younger brother Mokuba arrives, and Yugi is taken to Kaiba's duel dome with his friends Joey and Tristan in pursuit. Meanwhile, the Battle City Finals have recently concluded, and young Yugi Muto has achieved international fame by defeating his arch-rival Seto Kaiba and obtaining the three legendary God Cards: Slifer the Sky Dragon, Obelisk the Tormentor, and the Winged Dragon of Ra. Anubis reveals that his monsters will destroy the modern world.
Yugi, Joey, and Tristan awaken within the Millennium Puzzle, finding Anubis' tomb within. The film was first released in United States theaters by under their label on August 13, 2004. The Movie: Pyramid of Light, later released in Japan as Yu-Gi-Oh! It stars the cast of the television series in a new adventure that takes place between the and seasons of the show. Duel Monsters: Pyramid of Light Directed by Hatsuki Tsuji Produced by Lloyd Goldfine Katia Milani Michael Pecerlello Written by Michael Pecerlello Based on by Starring English: Japanese: Hidehiro Kikuchi Maki Saito Jiro J. However, Anubis transforms into a monster and allows any monster to become real when summoned. They meet up with Yugi's grandpa Solomon, who reads a foreboding prophecy : The eye that sees what's yet to come Its vision shall be fulfilled Unless blinded by events predetermined Thus light and shadows both be killed It is then that the vengefully dark spirit of Anubis attacks the group, with Yugi having a vision of Anubis himself manipulating Kaiba and his closest friend the Pharaoh being hurt in a Shadow Game.
It utilized the characters' original names, along with the original soundtrack and sound effects heard in the Japanese version of the television series. . . . .