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Sailor Moon S - The Movie

Animation movie directed by Hiroki Shibata

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Terable! Terable! Terable! Terable! Terable Dub!

  • May 30, 2000
I loved the subtitled vertion of this movie, but when I bought the dub of this movie...I was shocked at had bad it was (I didn't think Pionear could mess up a dubbed movie any more than they did with "Sailor Moon R."). I hope DiC changed the voice for Haraku and the rest of the outer scouts for that matter (Was it just me, or did they ALL sound the same?). Those voices didn't suit them (Or any of the other new charicters) in the movie. I hate to say it, but even the american voices for Serena and them got on my nerves after awhile. Not once did I feel sorry for Luna with that stupide voice (I had the exact oppisate in the sub) when she relised she would never get together with that guy. The story was tuned down too much. And Mini Moon? And they think 4Kids Entertainment (Pokemon) are the only ones that come out with stupide names. Get the DVD or subtitled vertions. They will please you more than this piece of junk.

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A wicked ice princess sets out to freeze and capture Earth for her planetary collection. But Sailor Moon and her tight-knit group of gal pals will have nothing of the sort. Paced more for the love story fan, this episode focuses on a handsome young astronomer, Kakeru, who discovers a mysterious crystal needed by Princess Snow Kaguya to carry out her plan. Soon after finding the crystal, Kakeru develops a deep friendship with Luna (Sailor Moon's cat), a friendship that eventually leads to the Sailors' discovery of the Earth's predicament and to each character's discovery of the tremendous powers of love and justice--all in about an hour.

Despite its slower pace, this feature incorporates all the positive qualities other Sailor Moon episodes share: sharp, eye-catching artwork; humorous but heartfelt communication among the girls; an understandable plot line; and plenty of flashy transforming. Further enhancements include an intelligent soundtrack (a nice balance of kooky sci-fi and seriously beautiful tunes) and the introduction of the "Outer Senshi." This slightly older, more mature group of young women--Sailors Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto--join our regular band of bubble-spraying, crescent-beaming skirt tossers to melt the ice princess once and for all. The dubbed movie (tagged with the new title of Hearts in Ice) is an edited version of the subtitled film. Some language and violence (a few frames) have been altered. Due to the inclusion of mild nudity (imagine a spinning, ...

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Director: Hiroki Shibata
Genre: Animation
DVD Release Date: May 23, 2000
Runtime: 60 minutes
Studio: Geneon [Pioneer]
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