Which anime films did your local cinema get?

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Which anime films did your local cinema get?

Postby Kor » May 25th, 2013, 6:24 pm

Sparked from the discussion in the Madoka thread, which anime films (if any) got a theatrical release in your area?

So in Israel, at the closest cinema to me I recall we had (iirc):

1) 1st Pokemon movie
2) 2nd Pokemon movie
3) 3rd Pokemon movie
4) Spirited Away
5) Howl's Moving Castle
6) the Yu Gi Oh movie (Pyramid of Light)
7) InuYasha (the first movie)
8) Ponyo

According to wiki, we also got Princess Mononoke, but I'm not sure it got as big release as all the rest. Occasionally they also have a Ghibli film or a Pokemon film (either dubbed or subbed) in one of the movie channels.

On Television we had all the Dragon Ball films (in the Kids Channel), and occasionally
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Re: Which anime films did your local cinema get?

Postby mangaluva » May 25th, 2013, 7:05 pm

We got the first two Pokemon movies and everything Ghibli in Edinburgh. Nothing else outside of the Scotland Loves Anime festival.
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Re: Which anime films did your local cinema get?

Postby aly_angelflight » May 25th, 2013, 10:02 pm

I only know for certain the ones I've seen: the first 4 Pokemon movies, the first Digimon one, and the first Yugioh one all had a full run, and one theater had a single showing of Paprika.

Maybe the Ghibli movies, too, but like I said, I only know for certain if I've seen it myself. ^^;
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Re: Which anime films did your local cinema get?

Postby bluekaitou1412 » May 26th, 2013, 3:03 am

A long time ago, I think we got the 1st Pokemon movie and one of Yu Yu Hakusho's movies. Last year, Detective Conan: Lost Ship in the Sky and an FMA movie was shown in Mall of Asia, and then this year we got Naruto: Road to Ninja, One Piece FILM Z, and HunterxHunter consecutively.
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Postby ShiraKiryuu » May 26th, 2013, 7:47 am

bluekaitou1412 wrote:A long time ago, I think we got the 1st Pokemon movie and one of Yu Yu Hakusho's movies. Last year, Detective Conan: Lost Ship in the Sky and an FMA movie was shown in Mall of Asia, and then this year we got Naruto: Road to Ninja, One Piece FILM Z, and HunterxHunter consecutively.

Needs more Toaru Majutsu no Index movie.
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Re: Which anime films did your local cinema get?

Postby ranger » May 26th, 2013, 9:10 am

Everything released in the US

which isn't a lot really.

Mainly the studio ghibli films in local cinemas or national theatres like Ponyo.

Recently, the Madoka movies was a first for anime in the American region to ever have a simulcast release.
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Re: Which anime films did your local cinema get?

Postby bluekaitou1412 » May 26th, 2013, 9:21 am

ShiraKiryuu wrote:
bluekaitou1412 wrote:A long time ago, I think we got the 1st Pokemon movie and one of Yu Yu Hakusho's movies. Last year, Detective Conan: Lost Ship in the Sky and an FMA movie was shown in Mall of Asia, and then this year we got Naruto: Road to Ninja, One Piece FILM Z, and HunterxHunter consecutively.

Needs more Toaru Majutsu no Index movie.
I doubt they'll put that on the list, but I'm still hoping
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Re: Which anime films did your local cinema get?

Postby Borealis » May 26th, 2013, 10:21 am

The only one I'm sure of is Spirited away.

On TV I can remember one of the Pokemon-movies, "The girl that leapt through time" and I think two Ghibli-films.

Austria doesn't seem to like Anime (I only saw Digimon, Dragonball and suchlike on chanels from Germany)
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