Senin, 07 Juni 2010

Kamen Rider Kuuga

Long ago, the Grongi Tribe terrorized the Linto (リント Rinto?) until a warrior named Kuuga appeared and defeated the Grongi, sealing their leader within a cave. In present day, a multi-talented man named Yuusuke Godai finds himself linked to the mysterious stoned belt that was found within the excavated cave as the Grongi are resurrected and resume their murderous game on the descendants of the Linto, humanity itself. It is up to Yuusuke, along with the assembled Science Police, to use the various powers of Kuuga in order to stop and defeat the Grongi Tribesmen from their continuous killing and ensure the happiness of others. However, as endgame draws near, Yuusuke learns that there is a horrible revelation behind Kuuga and the Grongis' leader.

Kamen Rider Ryuki

Thirteen Advent Card decks were created for thirteen Kamen Riders. They make Contracts with monsters from the mysterious Mirror World (ミラーワールド Mirā Wārudo?), a parallel dimension opposite to our own in which only the Kamen Riders can exist. The Riders draw on their monsters' strength in exchange for feeding them the life force of the creatures they destroy. The creator of the Advent Cards has only one rule: that there can be only one Kamen Rider. The others must be killed, and the sole victor will be granted a single wish, which leads to a conflict known as the Rider War.
All over the city, innocent people are being mysteriously abducted, never to be seen again. During his investigations of these incidents, Shinji Kido- an intern at the online news service ORE Journal- discovers one of the Advent Card decks at an apartment where every reflective surface has been covered by newspaper. He is soon sucked into the Mirror World, discovering the terrifying truth behind the disappearances: people are literally being pulled through mirrors by the monsters of the Mirror World so that they may feed. He is about to be killed by a powerful dragon named Dragredder when he is saved by Kamen Rider Knight: Ren Akiyama. Ren seeks to win the Rider War at all costs. He works with a young woman named Yui Kanzaki, who seeks her missing brother: the master of the Rider War, Shirō Kanzaki. Seeing Ren's strength, Shinji enters the Rider War not for the prize, but so that he may protect innocent people from the threat of the Mirror World, and stop the senseless fighting between the Kamen Riders. With Dragredder as his Contract Monster, he becomes Kamen Rider Ryuki.

Jumat, 01 Januari 2010

Dragon Ball Z

Dragon Ball bercerita tentang seorang bocah bernama Goku yang hidup di tengah gunung sendirian. Dia lalu bertemu dengan Bulma, seorang gadis muda jenius, yang berusaha mengumpulkan 7 bola ajaib yang katanya bisa mengabulkan semua keinginan. Bola-bola tersebut dinamakan Dragon Ball.

Keterangan: Dragon Ball adalah 7 buah bola kristal yang tersebar di seluruh dunia, bola tersebut berwarna oranye dan miliki bintang di dalamnya, apabila seseorang berhasil mengumpulkan 7 buah Dragon Ball maka akan muncul sebuah dewa naga yang mampu mengabulkan sebuah permintaan apa saja, bahkan termasuk menghidupkan orang mati.

Dalam perjalanannya bersama Bulma mencari Dragon Ball, Goku harus berhadapan dengan banyak rintangan, salah satunya adalah dari Tentara Pita Merah. Kelompok ini mempunyai keinginan yang sama dengan Goku dan Bulma.

Dragon Ball Z

Jumat, 18 Desember 2009

Planet 51 (2009)

The story begins with two teenagers being attacked by a "humaniac," a horrendous one-eyed monster that comes down to the planet to turn everyone into zombies and take over the world. Then it is revealed that this is merely a movie, though the plot resembles classic 1950s science fiction films.

Outside the theater is Planet 51, a world populated by little green aliens who live in a society similar to 1950s Earth. Lem (Justin Long) is a teenaged alien who has just gotten a job at the local planetarium museum, and his family and friends are excited about it. His best friend Skiff (Seann William Scott), a geeky alien teen who works at the local comic book store, is a huge fan of the "Humaniacs" films.

When Lem gets home, he asks his next door neighbor and friend, Eckle (Freddie Benedict) about Neera (Jessica Biel), who is Lem's long-time crush. Lem's family is holding a barbecue with the neighbors. Neera is at the barbeque, but when Lem attempts to ask her out, he keeps being interrupted by Neera's hippie friend, Glar.

Meanwhile, a mysterious spacecraft pulls into orbit around Planet 51, sending out a blinking red signal. Down on the planet, under a hidden army base called "Base 9", the aliens' version of Area 51, there is a basement filled with artifacts from Earth. One artifact "wakes up" from the signal; it is a wheeled probe with artificial intelligence, named "Rover." Rover breaks out of the basement and escapes to perform its primary mission: to find the astronaut. Its secondary mission is to collect rocks, similar to Wall-E gathering garbage for compacting. The army becomes suspicious of Rover's escape and begins to look into its activity.

Meanwhile, just as the barbecue starts, a spacecraft similar to the lunar module touches down right in Lem's backyard. The astronaut (Dwayne Johnson), Charles 'Chuck' Baker, emerges, humming the theme from 2001: A Space Odyssey. As Chuck plants the U.S. flag, he's startled to step on an alien "rubber ducky" someone left on the ground. Everyone stares, and Chuck attempts to get back into his module - but Eckle is in his way, eager for an autograph. Chuck ends up running about, shocked at the revelation that he's on an inhabited planet. At one point, he gets hit by the mailman's scooter in the middle of the street and goes flying past the moon, in reference to E.T.. Chuck goes into hiding soon after, while the army arrives on the scene.

General Grawl (Gary Oldman) is at the head of the investigation, and consults Professor Kipple (John Cleese) on intelligence about the "alien invader." The army then quarantines the area and has citizens start a local "civil defense" force to protect the citizens from becoming "zombies."

Lem discovers Chuck hiding at the planetarium, and both are surprised to learn they speak the same language. Chuck introduces himself, and explains he's eager to leave the planet and return home in time for the Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Awards. Lem realizes this "alien" is no threat, and decides to help Chuck, though it costs him his job and a near arrest at the hands of the army. It becomes apparent that Chuck can't go anywhere near his module (which the aliens repeatedly call a "flying saucer"), so Lem hides Chuck in his room for the night.

In the meantime, Rover locates Chuck, though it has to sneak past the soldiers patrolling the neighborhood. Chuck is very happy to see the robot when they reunite, though he tells Rover the probe was not helpful because it only took pictures of rocks and not the little green men living on the planet. (This is what led to the misinformation that the planet was uninhabited). Skiff and Eckle are let in on Lem's secret, as are two soldiers who believe they are being "mind-controlled" by Chuck.

Skiff and Lem decide that the citizens of Planet 51 need to see that Chuck is harmless, and the only way to do that is to have Chuck speak to the media (who have been stoking the fear of the citizenry). So, they boys have two soldiers smuggle Chuck to the comic book store and hide him there, while Lem goes to get the reporters. Before Lem leaves, he asks Chuck to help him with some advice regarding Neera; Chuck attempts to use what he calls "the right stuff," to show Lem how to woo her. In his attempt to find the reporters, Lem has to face Neera, with whom he had a falling out when she and her friends (including Glar) were protesting the army's treatment of the alien and his craft. Chuck's advice in winning Neera back doesn't work well, and there is still friction between the two of them.

Back at the comic book store, Chuck is playing with Eckle, using the whole alien invader theme everyone keeps talking about, while the "mind-controlled" soldiers watch and Skiff bonds with Rover. At one point, Planet 51's signature "rock rain" begins to fall, and Rover becomes ecstatic, since collecting rocks is what he does, and he starts "dancing" in the streets (in reference to Singin' in the Rain).

Unfortunately, Lem and Skiff's plan to peacefully introduce Chuck to the public backfires when reporters discover Chuck in the bookstore and secretly film him quoting lines from Star Wars and The Terminator. That broadcast throws Lem's whole world into chaos, and he, Chuck, and his friends barely escape the soldiers hounding them through town. They hide Chuck in Lem's room again, though it's apparent that things have become decidedly worse. The army sets up barbed wire around the module, and Lem is angry at Chuck for turning his life upside down.

Things get even worse when General Grawl decides to set up a base in Lem's home. Lem and his friends barely escape with Chuck before the general and his men search the Lem's room. The group somehow manages to sneak Chuck into the planetarium, and while there, Chuck admits to Lem that he never had "the right stuff." He says that Lem was the one who had "the right stuff" all along, making risks and sacrifices just for a stranger. Chuck also shows Lem the star that Earth orbits, and how the universe is so much bigger than Lem had thought.

The next morning, the army brings in vehicles to take Chuck's module to a secret location. Even the media isn't allowed to tell where the spacecraft is going.

Lem and Skiff are at a loss for getting Chuck reunited with his craft, but they get an idea from the comic book store. The next night is the premiere of a new "Humaniacs" movie, and a costume contest will be held. Lem, Skiff, and Chuck disguise themselves as costumed fans, though Chuck gets pulled into the contest. As cover for the army soldiers patrolling the convention, Lem and Chuck go along with the contest. Chuck then introduces some new music as part of the contest and teaches Lem on the spot how to dance. Things go well until Rover comes on the scene, and the aliens at the contest freak at the sight of him. Chaos ensues, and army soldiers start unmasking costumed fans, since they believe the "alien" is among them. General Grawl and Professor Kipple are there, and when the general points out that the alien is wearing a "uniform," compared to the other costumed fans, Chuck's United States Flag insignia is a dead giveaway.

Chuck is captured and unmasked for all to see, and the General makes a great show of his disgust for the "alien." When Lem tries to defend Chuck and keep him from being taken away, General Grawl merely labels Lem a zombie, and Professor Kipple announces he will dissect both their brains. Chuck is not willing to drag Lem into this, so he pretends to "release" Lem from his control, and the crowd believes it. Both Chuck and Rover are locked into armored vehicles, and when the General makes it clear to Rover that he intends to take him apart piece by piece, the little robot responds like a dog wetting itself in fear, only with oil. They're taken away, and Lem is proclaimed a hero of the community.

At Base 9, General Grawl attempts to get some answers out of a handcuffed Chuck, warning that if he tries taking over the minds of the soldiers in the room, a chain reaction will set off and everyone will shoot at each other and possibly be electrocuted. Chuck accidentally hits a button and starts said chain reaction, though he's not affected by it. General Grawl mistakes this as resisting his demands, and allows Professor Kipple to have a go at dissecting Chuck's brain.

Lem gets his job back at the planetarium and gets to speak on tv, but he cannot truly accept the honor. He feels terrible about Chuck and decides to do the right thing. He hotwires a car, and while he's in the process, Neera comes to talk to him, admiring what he's doing. Neera, Skiff, and Eckle join Lem as they go off to rescue Chuck. However, not only do they not know where the army took him, but they feel they can't find the astronaut without Rover, who had also been taken by the army. But luck is on their side when the little robot shows up on the edge of town, revealing that he unscrewed all the bolts holding the armored vehicle in which he was imprisoned.

The teens have Rover act as a bloodhound, sniffing out Chuck's trail, leading them to an abandoned gas station in the middle of the desert. They explore, and Skiff sees a "Coca-Cola" bottle in an old fridge, though when he tries to take it, it's actually a hidden trigger that opens up the entrance to Base 9. Lem has Glar distract the soldiers guarding the base with his protest group while the rest of them sneak into the base.

In a laboratory, Chuck is strapped to a table while Professor Kipple gets ready to take his brain out. Lem and his friends break in through the ceiling, using Rover to scare away the scientists, technicians and guards. They release Chuck and immediately set off alarms by doing so.

Rover helps the group find Chuck's 'lunar' module, which had been placed in a hangar, but General Grawl stops them. He warns that if the "alien" attempts to leave, the entire hangar will blow up, and reveals the place is rigged with bombs. Lem tries reasoning with Grawl, which in fact is a distraction to set off the bombs and use the confusion to help Chuck escape. Most of the soldiers flee the firestorm, and the General is knocked out amidst the falling debris. Lem, Neera, Eckle, Skiff, and Rover all get into the module, but Chuck decides he can't leave the General to die, and rescues him from the fire.

To escape the growing firestorm, Chuck pilots the ship into orbit around the planet, allowing the alien kids to experience outer space. Kiff, Eckle, and Rover enjoy the weightlessness, General Grawl realizes that Chuck is friendly and hasn't turned him into a zombie, and Lem finally gets to ask Neera out on a date.

Chuck pilots the module back to the planet's surface, and although the army is ready to shoot as everyone walks out, the General stops them from shooting and says that Chuck is with him. Finally the aliens of Planet 51 get to see that Chuck is harmless and never intended to hurt anyone. Chuck lets Rover stay and it becomes Skiff's pet, and Chuck says goodbye to everyone on Planet 51.

As the module is leaving, it's revealed that one of the alien "dogs" snuck on board.



'Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs' menampilkan kisah Flint Lockwood, pemuda yang punya impian untuk menjadi seorang penemu. Sayang, Tim sang ayah tidak mendukung impian sang anak.

Meski tidak mendapat dukungan, Flint ngotot untuk melakukan penemuan. Bukan mendapat penghargaan, barang temuannya malah menjadi bahan olokan orang-orang sekitarnya.

Hingga akhirnya, Flint berhasil membuat sebuah mesin yang dapat mengubah air hujan menjadi makanan-makanan yang enak. Flint pun mulai diterima masyarakat berkat temuannya itu.

Flint yang terlarut dalam ketenarannya tidak sadar kalau dunia dalam bahaya akibat penemuannya itu. Nah, untuk lebih lanjut sebaiknya Anda saksikan saja 'Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs'.

Film animasi garapan Phil Lord dan Christopher Miller itu diadaptasi dari buku cerita anak karya Judi Barrett. Buku itu rilis pertama kali pada 1978. Adaptasi inilah yang membuat plot 'Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs' sangat imaginatif.

'Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs' menampilkan beberapa aktor-aktris papan Hollywood sebagai pengisi suaranya. Di antaranya Bill Hader, Anna Faris, Bruce Campbell, James Caan, Bob J. Thompson dan Andy Samberg.

Film ini bukan sekedar hiburan tapi juga menyisipkan pesan-pesan moral dalam ceritanya. Jadi nggak ada salahnya Anda mengajak anak Anda untuk menyaksikan film tersebut.

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Senin, 14 Desember 2009

Planet 51 (2009)
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Rating 6,0/10
Genre :Animation | Adventure | Comedy | Family | Fantasy
Video Quality :R5


Lem is just an average teenager working on getting the girl and furthering his career at the local planetarium - except that he's an alien. At least to U.S. astronaut Captain Charles T. Baker who lands on Lem's planet hoping for a quick flag plant and a hasty return to earth and his millions of screaming fans. But on this alien planet the media has tagged spacemen as brain-eating, zombie-creating monsters, causing Baker to run for his life and into Lem's house. Now it's up to the green native to get the clumsy astronaut back to his spaceship before military dictator General Grawl and mad scientist Professor Kipple manage to exterminate the Earthly visitor.

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Rabu, 09 Desember 2009

Pokemon The Movie


A Pokémon movie is a movie, released in Japanese theaters in July, centering on Pokémon and following, as the main anime, Ash Ketchum and his friends. Typically, the movies' animation is done by Team Koitabashi of OLM (Mewtwo Returns being the only one taken by another, Team Wasaki), and each has at least one hour of footage. Most also have a Pikachu short that is shown before the movie.
Movies, with little exception, center around and feature legendary Pokémon which are either not at all or very rarely seen in the main anime, often with the legendary Pokémon causing some sort of disaster with its powers or being pursued by someone with less than noble tendencies. Ash and his friends will often befriend a Pokémon during the movie and must, at the end, say goodbye to their new friend.
The locations in which the movies take place have been, since Pokémon Heroes, based on a real-world location outside of Japan. Topics explored are typically deeper than those explored in the episodes aired on TV, with the battle between greedy people who would use Pokémon for evil and those like Ash who are friends and partners to their Pokémon being a central issue in several movies.
When they open in Japan, they usually gross a large amount of money, typically ranking first for their premiere weekend. Recently, one movie drew in a significant crowd despite the fact that it was released in the same weekend as a Studio Ghibli film. In the United States, only the first five movies, those associated with the original series, were released in theaters, however, the movies continue to be dubbed, being released directly to home video and, since Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea, airing on Cartoon Network early in the year.
To date there have been twelve theatrical Pokémon movies and three movie-length special episodes.



Original series

MovieEnglish posterEnglish titleEnglish releaseJapanese titleJapanese releaseSummary
1Mewtwo Strikes BackPokémon the First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes BackNovember 10, 1999ミュウツーの逆襲
Mewtwo's Counterattack
Mewtwo Strikes Back!
July 18, 1998Ash Ketchum and friends are tricked into visiting New Island, an island ruled by a mutant Pokémon, Mewtwo. There, they find out about Mewtwo's plans to clone their Pokémon and destroy the world, and a massive battle follows between the clones and the originals—including the "original" counterpart to Mewtwo: Mew.
2The Power of OnePokémon the Movie 2000 - The Power of OneJuly 21, 2000幻のポケモン ルギア爆誕
Mirage Pokémon: Lugia's Explosive Birth
July 17, 1999Ash Ketchum and friends visit Shamouti Island, the centerpoint of culture in the Orange Islands, just in time for their annual festival in honor of the Chosen One spoken of in legends who would save the world when Lugia's song was not enough to quell the fighting legendary birds. But when the meddling of a self-named "Pokémon Collector" causes the legendary birds to begin fighting, will the Chosen One appear in time to help Lugia?
3Spell of the UnownPokémon 3: The Movie - Spell of the UnownApril 6, 2001結晶塔の帝王 ENTEI
Emperor of the Crystal Tower: Entei
Lord of the "Unknown" Tower
July 8, 2000When Spencer Hale, a researcher exploring the mystery of the Unown, disappears on an expedition, his daughter Molly is left alone in their mansion in Greenfield. Using tiles of the Unown sent to her by her father, she brings Unown into the Pokémon world, where their power can make real her dreams. When she wishes for her parents to return, however, she wishes her father as an Entei, and then for him to bring her a mother. When Ash's own mother is kidnapped by Entei to serve as Molly's, Ash and his friends must journey into the mansion that has been warped by the Unown's power and Molly's wishes... but can they get to Molly in time to stop the Unown's power from warping the whole Johto region... or even the world?
4Celebi: Voice of the ForestPokémon 4Ever - Celebi: Voice of the ForestOctober 11, 2002セレビィ時を超えた遭遇
Celebi: Encounter Beyond Time
Celebi: a Timeless Encounter
July 7, 2001Forty years in the past, a young Trainer finds a Celebi on the run from a Pokémon poacher. Trying to calm it, the boy is accidentally transported to the present day by Celebi, and thought by all in the past to have vanished. He meets Ash and friends, but before they can get Celebi to take him back to the past, it is captured by a far more dangerous man, Team Rocket operativeIron-Masked Marauder, whose Dark Balls brainwash Celebi into following his every command.
5Pokémon HeroesPokémon HeroesMay 16, 2003水の都の護神 ラティアスとラティオス
Guardian Gods of the City of Water: Latias and Latios
The Guardians of Altomare
July 13, 2002In Alto Mare, a legend is told of its guardians, Latios and Latias, who have protected the city for a long time. The Soul Dew, their essence, is kept in Alto Mare to keep the city safe. But when Team Rocket agents Annie and Oakleyarrive to attempt to steal the Soul Dew, Ash and his friends must recover it to keep Alto Mare safe at all costs.

Advanced Generation series

MovieEnglish coverEnglish titleEnglish releaseJapanese titleJapanese releaseSummary
6Jirachi: Wish MakerJirachi: Wish MakerJune 1, 2004 (DVD)七夜の願い星 ジラーチ
Wishing Star of the Seven Nights: Jirachi
Wishing Star of the Seven Nights
July 19, 2003A mysterious comet that passes by every millennium awakens Jirachi, a legendary Pokémon. Using its power, a magician, Butler, who was formerly a member of Team Magma, attempts to create a Groudon to further the group's goals. Can Ash and his friends protect Jirachi during the week that it is awake?
7Destiny DeoxysDestiny DeoxysJanuary 22, 2005 (Kids' WB!)裂空の訪問者 デオキシス
Sky-Splitting Visitor: Deoxys
Deoxys the Visitor
July 17, 2004When a meteor crashes into Earth, a battle begins between Rayquaza and theDeoxys contained inside. With Rayquaza the victor, researchers pick up a portion of the meteor with the intention of studying it. When the Deoxys has finally recovered four years later, it attacks the city where the researchers call home, just in time for Ash and friends to visit. But why is it attacking? What connection does the meteor have with it?
8Lucario and the Mystery of MewLucario and the Mystery of MewSeptember 19, 2006 (Kids' WB!)ミュウと波導の勇者 ルカリオ
Mew and the Wave-Guiding Hero: Lucario
Mew and the Wave Hero
July 16, 2005Ash's Pikachu is taken to the Tree of World's Beginning by a wild Mew. To get Pikachu back, Ash must now team up with a legendary Lucario from many years past, but with Lucario still bitter about the hero who sealed him away, Ash and friends must discover the hero's true intentions.
9Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the SeaPokémon Ranger and the Temple of the SeaMarch 23, 2007 (Cartoon Network)ポケモンレンジャーと蒼海の王子 マナフィ
Pokémon Ranger and the Prince of the Sea: Manaphy
The Pokémon Ranger and the Prince of the Sea
July 15, 2006When the egg of a legendary Pokémon, Manaphy, with ties to an ancient water-based civilization, falls into the hands of a pirate, a Pokémon Ranger entrusts the egg to Ash and his friends—specifically May. May must keep the egg safe until it hatches, and afterward, make sure Manaphy does not fall into the hands of the Phantom, lest Samiya be lost to the seafloor and Manaphy lose its home.

Diamond & Pearl series

MovieEnglish coverEnglish titleEnglish releaseJapanese titleJapanese releaseSummary
10The Rise of DarkraiThe Rise of DarkraiFebruary 24, 2008 (Cartoon Network)ディアルガVSパルキアVSダークライ
Dialga vs. Palkia vs. Darkrai
July 14, 2007In Alamos Town, a large shrine to Dialga and Palkia, the Space-Time Tower, sits. But when Dialga and Palkia begin to battle in their dimension, the fight spills over into the Pokémon world, trapping Alamos Town away from the rest of the world. ADarkrai that lives in town tries to help, but is ultimately blamed by the town as the cause of the problem. Can Ash and his friends save Alamos Town before it is destroyed, and prove Darkrai's intentions?
11Giratina and the Sky WarriorGiratina and the Sky WarriorFebruary 13, 2009 (Cartoon Network)ギラティナと氷空の花束 シェイミ
Giratina and the Sky's Bouquet: Shaymin
July 19, 2008When dark, poisonous clouds begin to appear in the Reverse World, home toGiratina, it takes matters into its own hands and pursues the cause of the clouds:Dialga and Palkia. Finding Dialga, it lures it for revenge, and assumes Shaymin to also be responsible. But this is not the only trouble: a researcher who wishes to make Giratina's power his own is also in pursuit of the Renegade Pokémon. With the balance of the Pokémon world and Reverse World altering due to Dialga and Giratina's own fight, Ash and friends must stop the fighting and get Shaymin toGracidea to participate in the flower bearing ceremony.
12Movie 12Arceus and the Jewel of LifeNovember 20, 2009 (Cartoon Network)アルセウス 超克の時空へ
Arceus: To a Conquering Spacetime
July 18, 2009Ash and friends have traveled to Michina Town, an ancient area surrounded by many legends—and unsurprisingly, many legendary Pokémon as well. Arceus, however, is angry, as in the past it was betrayed by the people of Michina Town, and begins to destroy the area. Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina arrive to protect Ash and friends from the legendary Pokémon, but how can Ash stop the most powerful Pokémon of them all, especially in its rage yru?

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