This was the worst Sailor Moon movie I've ever seen. The plot needed alot of work. They need better charictor's. And didn't the acting seem a little bad after all the better acting job's they did with the last movie's? I won't be buying the dubbed version of this movie because if Pionear can mess up the best of the movies (Sailor Moon R) they will make a mistake with this one.
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Ananimevariant of the Pied Piper story, this one-hour movie pits the pretty soldiers against Queen Valdiana, who wants to put the world to sleep in order to harvest dream energy. Aimed at younger Sailor Moon fans, the film puts the ultra-cute Chibi-Usa at the center of the fairy-tale plot (she's Sailor Moon's yet-to-be-born daughter, sent back from the future for reasons too complicated to explain). Nevertheless, there's enough wacky humor and superpowered action (including an appearance by Sailor Uranus and the other Outer Senshi) to keep all ages interested. The opening sequences look wonderful--a flying ship comes to carry away the children who have been hypnotized by a flute-playing fairy--and the haunting music in this subtitled version adds a little extra chill to the atmosphere.Sailor Moon Super Smay not contribute much to the ongoing arc of the Sailor Moon story, but as a self-contained movie it's a lot of fun. Ages 7 and up.--Simon Leake