Mer om Karaktären Prinsessan Brea Gelfling.

The most beautiful desert flowers are always the most dangerous.

-Rek’yr to Brea

Brea was a Gelfling princess of the Vapra Clan and the youngest daughter of All-Maudra Mayrin.

Home

Ha’rar,

Era(s)

Age of Division

Species

Gelfling

Gender

Female

Hair color

White

Eye color

Amber

Skin color

Tortilla

Clan

Vapra

Occupation

Princess of the Vapra Clan

Affiliation

Gelfling resistance

Pronunciation

Bray-AH

Voice

Anya Taylor-Joy

Puppeteer

Alice Dinnean

 

Biography

Joining the resistance

The third daughter of Mayrin and an unidentified father, possibly Kam’lu. When skekLach the Collector and skekOk the Scroll-Keeper arrived in Ha’rar for the tithing ceremony, Brea’s older sister Tavramanaged to get her included in the ceremony, much to her delight, asking only that Brea not embarrass her or ask the Skeksis questions. Heedless, Brea sought them out anyway, and ended up sprawling in front of their carriage as she pushed through a crowd. SkekOk however was surprisingly merciful, and insisted on her accompanying him in his carriage, where he shared his passion for books with her. Brea later hugged skekOk for interceding with her mother, the All-Maudra Mayrin, but began to question the Skeksis when they manipulated poor farmers into giving up precious heirlooms. When she examined the legal texts of tithing and found it immoral, her Librarian tried to take away her books, so she fought until some magical light began to stream from the book. Although she tried to tell her mother what happened, she became disgusted to see that she wore the farmer’s amulet, as the Skeksis gave it to her after taking it, and stubbornly argued with her mother that they should even give all of their wealth and privileges to others.

Brea sought more answers, using the Librarian’s reluctantly-given advice to seek out the Sifa for knowledge about the symbol she saw. However, Elder Cadia attempted to give her powdered nulroot, something Brea knew to induce amnesia. Dropping her money as a distraction, Brea swapped the drinks so that Cadia would drink it. Eventually he became enraged when she revealed this, until Onicaknocked him out with a bowl and offered to help Brea if she would get Mayrin’s brightest jewel for her. However, Mayrin ordered Brea sent to the Order of Lesser Service in payment for her crime against the Sifans, on Seladon’s suggestion.

Consigned to the service, Brea was made to wear a clown’s hat and to wash filthy Podlings who resisted all the while, her indenture intended to be an entire trine in length. Although Duadran ordered her to run after a fleeing Podling, she decided to flee the service due to the urgency, tossing her hat away. Although she was caught by her sister Tavra, Tavra let her go, reassuring her and saying that the “bonds of sisterhood” could not be broken. Brea continued to Ha’rar, through the library, and flew from the top of it to the palace so that she could recover the “brightest jewel” in her mother Mayrin’s chambers, hanging from the ceiling. Brea then went to meet Onica, thinking the jewel to be payment, but Onica chastised her and sung to the jewel; it is in fact a chrysalis, a container for an imperial unamoth, which began to move. Brea spoke her desire to know the truth to the moth, which then emerged from the chrysalis and flew toward the Ha’rar throne room. Brea flew behind it, and when they arrived in the throne room, the moth activated a hidden

 

Den Mörka Kristallen;The Dark Crystal 1982 Movie.

The Dark Crystal is a 1982 puppet-animated dark fantasy film directed by Jim Henson and Frank Oz. It stars the voices of Stephen Garlick, Lisa Maxwell, Billie Whitelaw, Percy Edwards, and Barry Dennen. The film was produced by ITC Entertainment and The Jim Henson Company and distributed by Universal Pictures. The plot revolves around Jen, a Gelfling on a quest to restore balance to the world of Thra and overthrow the ruling Skeksis by restoring a powerful broken Crystal. It was marketed as a family film, but was notably darker than the creators’ previous material.The animatronics used in the film were considered groundbreaking for its time, with most creatures, like the Gelflings, requiring around four puppeteers to achieve full manipulation. The primary concept artist was fantasy illustrator Brian Froud, famous for his distinctive fairy and dwarf designs. Froud also collaborated with Henson for his next project, the1986 film Labyrinth. The Dark Crystal was produced by Gary Kurtz, while the screenplay was written by David Odell, with whom Henson previously worked as a staff writer for The Muppet Show. The film score was composed by Trevor Jones. The film received mixed reviews from mainstream critics; while being criticized for its darker, more dramatic tone in contrast to Henson’s previous works, it was praised for its narrative, aesthetic, and has since garnered a cult following. 

A prequel television series, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, premiered on Netflix in 2019.

Plot- A millennium ago on the planet Thra, two new races appeared when a shard was shattered from the Crystal of Truth: the malevolent Skeksis whose continued corruption of the Crystal to extend their lives ravaged Thra, and the gentle urRu, more commonly known as the Mystics, who made their home in the Valley of Stones to await for their destiny. The leader of the urRu, the Master UrSu, raised a young Gelfling named Jen whose clan were slaughtered by the Skeksis. As the Great Conjunction of Thra’s three suns draws near, a dying UrSu instructs Jen to fulfill a prophecy to heal the Crystal by first retrieving the Shard from Aughra. As UrSu passes, the Skeksis’ Emperor, SkekSo, also dies, leaving the position for the leader vacant. The Skeksis Chamberlain, skekSil, and the General, skekUng, challenge each other to a duel of succession, which results in skekUng defeating skeksil in a “Trial by Stone”. SkekSil is stripped of his robes and exiled, while skekUng is proclaimed the Skeksis’ new emperor. When the Skeksis learn of Jen’s existence, they send their army of giant crab-like Garthim to capture him, with skekSil following. Jen meets Aughra  and enters her orrery, which she uses to predict the motions of the heavens as she explains about the Conjunction before having Jen select the Shard from a box full of shards. Aughra was about to explain Jen’s mission before the Garthim arrive and destroy the orrery, taking Aughra prisoner as Jen flees. Hearing the call of the Crystal, the urRu leave their valley to travel to the Skeksis’ Castle. On his journey through the swamp, Jen meets Kira, another surviving Gelfling who can communicate with animals. The two learn more about each other when they accidentally “dreamfast”, seeing into each other’s memories. They stay for a night with the Podlings who raised Kira, only for them and Kira’s pet Fizzgig to flee when the Garthim raid the village. They are nearly caught by one of the Garthim, but skekSil intervenes by stalling it in its tracks, effectively keeping the Garthim from pursuing them. Jen and Kira discover a ruined Gelfling city with ancient writing describing a prophecy: “When single shines the triple sun, what was sundered and undone shall be whole, the two made one by Gelfling hand or else by none.” They are interrupted by skekSil, revealing the prophecy was the reason for the Gelfling genocide while trying to trick them into coming with him to the castle under false pretenses. But the Gelflings run off and reach the Castle of the Crystal on Landstriders, intercepting the Garthim that attacked Kira’s village. While trying to free the captured Podlings, Kira, Jen, and Fizzgig descend to the bottom of the Castle’s dry moat and use a lower-level entrance to gain access. But they are intercepted by skekSil, who once again attempts to convince the Gelflings to come with him, even attempting to drag them there when they refuse him further. Jen stabs skekSil’s hand with the crystal shard in defiance, and skekSil, in a fit of rage, buries Jen in a cave-in and takes Kira to the Skeksis. skekSil is reinstated as Chamberlain while giving Kira to the Skeksis’ Scientist, skekTek, to be drained of her life essence for skekUng to drink so that he can regain his youth. Aughra, imprisoned in the Scientist’s laboratory, tells Kira to call for help from the captive animals; they break free in response and free Kira while causing skekTek to fall down the crystal shaft to his death. The very moment of skekTek’s death his urRu counterpart, urTih, vanishes in a burst of flame. Aughra frees herself soon after Kira left and before Jen arrived. The three suns begin to align as the Gelflings reunite at the Crystal Chamber as the Skeksis gather for the ritual that will grant them immortality. Jen leaps onto the Dark Crystal but drops the shard, with Kira taking it after Fizzgig is knocked down the crystal shaft by skekUng (he is saved by Aughra shortly after). Kira throws the Shard back to Jen as she is fatally stabbed from behind by skekZok, the Skeksis’ Ritual-Master, and an enraged Jen inserts the Shard into the Crystal, fulfilling the prophecy. The Garthim disintegrate and the Podling slaves regain their essence while the dark stone covering the Castle crumbles away to reveal a crystalline structure. The urRu arrive and use the Crystal to merge themselves and the Skeksis into the beings they once were: the tall, glowing, and angelic urSkeks. The urSkeks’ leader explains to Jen they had mistakenly shattered the Crystal long ago, splitting them into two races and decimating Thra, Jen’s actions have restored them. The urSkeks revive Kira in gratitude for her sacrifice and Jen’s courage, and then ascend to a higher level of existence, leaving the Crystal to the Gelflings on the now-rejuvenated Thra.

Winx Club : The Mystery of the Abyss Movie 2014.

Winx Club: The Mystery of the Abyss (Italian: Winx Club – Il mistero degli abissi) is a 2014 Italian computer-animated film based on the television series Winx Club. It is the third film based on the show, following 2007’s The Secret of the Lost Kingdom and 2010’s Magical Adventure. It was directed and produced by series creator Iginio Straffi, who also co-wrote the film with Giovanni Masi. After the release of the first Winx Club movie,Iginio Straffi stated that the Rainbow studio was “counting on” making second and third Winx films. In 2010, it was announced that Viacom (the eventual co-owner of Rainbow and owner of Nickelodeon) would provide the resources necessary to produce the film. The Mystery of the Abyss was animated using Autodesk Maya and other programs over a period of two years. The  film takes place after the fifth season of the animated series. It follows the Winx fairies as they work to bring balance back to the Infinite Ocean after the Trix, a trio of witches, team up with a nymph named Politea to find a pearl and destroy the source of the fairies’ power. The film’s release was timed to coincide with the series’ tenth anniversary. The film was first released by 01 Distribution in Italy on 4 September 2014. It was shown in theaters across Europe, while most international releases were televised or direct-to-video.

Plot- The Trix witches are in the Infinite Ocean, unsuccessfully trying to harness the power of the Emperor’s Throne. They end up accidentally summoning the cursed nymph Politea and engage in a battle with her. Politea informs them that the throne will only empower the true emperor, Tritannus. The witches makes a deal with Politea to return Tritannus from his prison in the Realm of Oblivion, which is only possible with the vital force of a young prince. Once they free Tritannus, the Trix plan to convince him to retrieve the mystical Pearl of the Deep, which will free Politea from her curse so she can help the Trix. The Trix travel to Gardenia to attack Bloom and her fiancé, Prince Sky. The two manage to hide, but the Trix capture Bloom’s pet rabbit, Kiko. The Trix render Sky unconscious after he tries to rescue Kiko. The Trix bring Sky to the Infinite Ocean and tie him to the Emperor’s Throne. The Trix and Politea cast a spell and Tritannus appears in front of them. Politea leaves, warning the Trix not to tell Tritannus anything about her. After Tritannus gains his consciousness, Trix leader Icy helps him regain his memory. He tells them that a powerful nymph, Omnia, has hidden the Pearl of the Deep. Tritannus and the Trix head towards Omnia’s cave. At Alfea College, Bloom’s friends agree to help her journey to the Infinite Ocean to save Sky. They discover that Tritannus has sealed every gateway to the ocean except for the Oblivion Portal. The Winx enter the portal and are led through a dangerous dimension. Bloom wakes up in an empty void, where a dark illusion of herself appears to tell her that she has abandoned Sky. When Bloom eventually realizes that she is inside the Realm of Oblivion, she wakes the other Winx. They break free from the dimension with a convergence spell. The Winx hurry towards the Emperor’s Throne, where they fight Politea. Sky gains consciousness and tells them to visit Omnia, who tells them that the Pearl of the Deep has been hidden in the Coral Barrier. They arrive at the barrier to find the Trix and Tritannus, who grabs the pearl and leaves the Winx trapped in the barrier. The girls escape through a tunnel and hurry back to the throne, where Politea appears in front of Tritannus and snatches the pearl from him. She sits on the throne, revealing that she fooled the Trix and will not follow through on their deal. The Trix try to fight Politea, but she hypnotizes them and Tritannus. Sky breaks free from the throne and Bloom’s bonded selkie, Serena, snatches the pearl from Politea’s hand. She gives the pearl to Bloom, who uses it in a convergence spell to destroy Politea. Later, Omnia uses the pearl’s energy to heal Sky. The friends return to Alfea, where Sky wakes up and asks what happened to the Trix and Tritannus. The Winx explain that the Trix have fled, Triannus is once again banished to the Oblivion, and the pearl is back where it should be. Bloom and Sky share a kiss.

Voice cast

  • Letizia Ciampa as Bloom
  • Perla Liberatori as Stella
  • Ilaria Latini as Flora
  • Domitilla D’Amico as Tecna
  • Gemma Donati as Musa
  • Laura Lenghi as Aisha
  • Marco Vivio as Prince Sky
  • Tatiana Dessi as Icy
  • Federica De Bortoli as Darcy
  • Valeria Vidali as Stormy
  • Alberto Bognanni as Tritannus
  • Emanuela Rossi as Headmistress Faragonda
  • Alessandra Korompay as Politea
  • Rachele Paolelli as Omnia

Production

In November 2007, Iginio Straffi stated that Rainbow was “counting on” producing a trilogy of Winx films, and that the movies would be given theatrical releases if the box office response to The Secret of the Lost Kingdom was positive. In 2010, it was announced that Viacom (the eventual co-owner of Rainbow and owner of Nickelodeon) would provide the resources necessary to produce a new Winx Club film along with brand-new seasons of the show.

The Mystery of the Abyss was animated using Autodesk Maya and other programs over a period of two years. Around 400 people worked on the film at the Rainbow CGI studio in Rome. The Rainbow team drew around 112 preparatory sketches to design the 34 three-dimensional sets and 167 character models that were rendered for the production. The completed film contains a total of 113,221 key frames, made up of over 6 million layers. Each animator was able to produce between 0.5 and 5 seconds of animation a day. 70 minutes of music, including four original songs, were recorded for the film.

Reception

Box officeIn its opening weekend, Winx Club: The Mystery of the Abyss grossed $972,838 in 328 theaters across Italy, ranking No. 3 at the box office and averaging $2,966 per venue. The film made $469,301 in its second weekend, finishing seventh, and then $240,575 in its third weekend, finishing tenth. At the end of its run, Box Office Mojo recorded that The Mystery of the Abyss had grossed $5.3 million in eleven territories (including $2.3 million in Italy), against a production budget of €12 million. Box office information for the rest of the 30 territories is unknown. In a 2014 Il Fatto Quotidiano article about the decline of the Italian box office, The Mystery of the Abyss was highlighted as the only currently-playing Italian film which had grossed over a million euros (according to data from box office compiler Cinetel).

Release -Rainbow announced that a third Winx film was in production at the Brand Licensing Europe event in October 2013. A teaser trailer for the film was released to YouTube on 16 April 2014. Its release date was first announced in May 2014, and it was advertised as part of the celebrations marking Winx Clubs tenth anniversary as a brand. The film’s title was chosen as part of a promotion on the official Winx Club website, which included a poll that asked fans to vote on one of four potential titles. Iginio Straffi and Joanne Lee, the executive producer, appeared alongside Winx mascots on the red carpet of the 2014 Venice Film Festival to promote the movie.

Jag gillar Winx club sista filmen och den är magisk. Jag ger Winx Club the mystery of the abyss 121 poäng.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Winx Club 3D: Magical Adventure 2010 Movie.

Winx Club 3D: Magical Adventure (Italian: Winx Club 3D – Magica avventura) is a CGI animated film that was released in Italy on October 29, 2010.The film is a sequel to Winx Club: The Secret of the Lost Kingdom. Its working title, announced in 2009, was Winx Club 3D: The Magic Is Back. The film was animated by the Rainbow studio. In February 2011, Nickelodeon’s parent company Viacom became a co-owner of Rainbow, and it was announced that Viacom would re-release Magical Adventure through its subsidiary Paramount Pictures. Nickelodeon U.S. premiered the movie on May 20, 2013, and Paramount released it on DVD on August 13, 2013.

Plot – During a party at Alfea, the Trix crash it and take the Compass of Revealed Secrets for the Ancestral Witches. Despite the Winx’s efforts, Icy, Stormy and Darcy escape with the compass. Meanwhile, on Domino, Sky proposes to Bloom, but a secret between King Erendor and the destruction of Domino forces Sky to call off the wedding. The rest of the Winx visit Bloom, who is struggling to get over it. The Trix report to the Ancestral Witches on the successful theft. The Trix head to the Tree of Life in Pixie Village to destroy all the good magical energy. On Domino, King Oritel puts Bloom to a showcase of princes to see who she will marry. Sky sneaks in and meets Bloom, saying that he will fix everything. He is soon discovered by an angry King Oritel. He gives Bloom a letter before being forced to leave. Bloom protests what is written on the letter. She is overruled by her father. An angry Bloom transports to Gardenia with the Winx. The Trix arrive at Pixie Village and take over the Tree of Life. This eliminates all good powers, along with the Winx’s Believix. Powerless in Gardenia, the Winx turn to Bloom’s adoptive parents Mike and Vanessa for shelter. They meet up with the specialists. Meanwhile, the Ancestral Witches learn that there is one tiny source of positive energy left in the universe. They remember giving King Erendor an hourglass with the tree’s pollen. This protected Eraklyon when the Witches destroyed Domino. In Gardenia, the Winx meet the specialists and travel to Avram, which is the city with the last known sighting of the pollen. The Trix find Erendor and force him to give them the whereabouts of the pollen. Along the way, their ship is attacked by ghost of Avram citizens. The Trix and Ancient Witches also travel to Avram. Oritel reads Sky’s letter, discovering why he called off the wedding. The team learns that Erendor broke the hourglass, releasing the pollen and forming a seedling. Trying to get to the middle of Avram, Bloom and Sky get separated from the others, who make it to the seedling. The Trix and company also make it to the plant, and try to destroy it. Bloom and Sky arrive, and restore the seedling, which restores their powers. The Ancient Witches then merge with their Trix counterparts and attack the Winx. King Oritel and King Erendor arrive to aid the Winx in their battle against the witches but Icy manages to kill King Erendor when he sacrifices himself to protect Bloom. The Winx defeat the Trix and destroy the Ancestral Witches with a Believix Convergence. King Oritel reveals that he had collected some of the pollen from the seedling and sprinkles it on Erendor, bringing him back to life. King Oritel apologizes to Sky and gives Bloom and Sky his blessing on their engagement. Bloom and Sky reconcile as the city begins to revive around them. They imprison the Trix once again and fly back to Eraklyon’s main city together.

Voice cast

Character Italian English (Atlas Oceanic) English (Dubbing Brothers)
Bloom Letizia Ciampa Molly C. Quinn Cindy Robinson
Stella Perla Liberatori Amy Gross Wendee Lee
Flora Ilaria Latini Alejandra Reynoso Stephanie Sheh
Musa Gemma Donati Romi Dames Anik Matern
Tecna Domitilla D’Amico Morgan Decker Sabrina Weisz
Aisha Laura Lenghi Keke Palmer Mela Lee
Prince Sky Marco Vivio Matt Shively N/A
Brandon Gianfranco Miranda Adam Gregory
Helia Leonardo Graziano David Faustino
Riven Emiliano Coltorti Sam Riegel
Timmy Davide Perino Charlie Schlatter
Nabu Sacha De Toni Will Blagrove
Narrator Claudia Catani Kari Wahlgren

Soundtrack

Winx Club 3D: Magical Adventure (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) was released on October 1, 2010.

No. Title Length
1. “A Magical World of Wonder” 2:55
2. “Believix (You’re Magical)” 3:05
3. “Good Girls Bad Girls” 2:43
4. “Forever” 3:23
5. “Don’t Wake Me Up” 4:12
6. “Famous Girls” 3:21
7. “Supergirls” 3:17
8. “Love Can’t Be Denied” 3:47
9. “Endlessly” 4:35
10. “Big Boy” 2:53
11. “Love Is a Miracle”

Jag gillar den andra filmen om Winx club och få veta vad som händer med Winx och deras pojkvänner och Trix häxorna.

Jag ger Winx Club 3D: a magical adventure 188 poäng.

Winx Club The secret of the lost kingdom 2007 Movie.

Winx Club: The Secret of the Lost Kingdom -From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Winx Club: The Secret of the Lost Kingdom (Italian: Winx Club – Il Segreto Del Regno Perduto), also known as Winx Club Il film, is an Italian CGI animated feature film, based on the television series Winx Club, taking place after the events of the first three seasons. The film premiered on November 30, 2007 in Italy. The film was animated by the Rainbow studio. In February 2011, Nickelodeon’s parent company Viacom became a co-owner of Rainbow, and it was announced that Viacom would re- release The Secret of the Lost Kingdom through its subsidiary Paramount Pictures. Nickelodeon U.S. premiered the movie on March 11, 2012, and Paramount released it on DVD on August 7, 2012. Rainbow offered the film to the Cannes Film Festival in 2007. Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia sings the film’s ending song, “All the Magic”. 

Plot: Bloom and her friends are on a search for Bloom’s missing birth parents, King Oritel and Queen Marion, who Bloom believes are still alive. The girls track down Hagen, a blacksmith who forged the powerful Sword of King Oritel, a magical sword that can never be separated from its rightful master, in hopes that he can trace the sword’s power to Bloom’s parents. The girls successfully sneak into Hagen’s but when they encounter Hagen, he believes they are intruders. Faragonda, an old friend of Hagen’s arrives. They return to Alfea to discuss the matter. Bloom begs Hagen for his help, but he admits that he is unable to aid her. Bloom feels guilty for the effort her friends have put in when it had been hopeless the whole time, and runs off in tears to avoid facing them. Most of the Alfea third-year fairies are graduating to become Guardian Fairies, after having earned their Enchantix powers. Due to Bloom’s powers being incomplete, she is compelled to stay behind as she watches her friends graduate. Sky comes to comfort her, encouraging her to continue her quest despite Hagen’s words. They share a tender moment until a mysterious girl arrives, forcing Sky to leave in a hurry, although he promises Bloom that he will explain everything later. The next morning, Bloom leaves for Earth to stay with her adoptive parents. Though she seems happy, Mike and Vanessa see that Bloom is uncomfortable living on Earth, and that she belongs more in the Magical Dimension. That night, Bloom has a dream about Daphne, who tells her that there is still hope; their parents  are still alive. She offers Bloom her strength. Daphne also informs her about the Book of Fate, a tome their father kept that tells the entire history of Domino, and its location. In the morning, Bloom is surprised to see all of her friends there to celebrate her 18th birthday. Bloom shares her plan and they all agree to help her, reminding her of their everlasting friendship.The restoration of Bloom’s hope triggers the Sword of King Oritel, deep within the dark Obsidian Circle, the center of all Evil forces. Its glow troubles the spiritual forms of the three Ancestral Witches, who caused the destruction of Domino. They employ the Obsidian’s Keeper, Mandragora,to root out the cause of the sword’s reactivation and snuff it out, additionally imbuing Mandragora with a fraction of their dark powers. Meanwhile, the team heads to Domino. Borrowing Daphne’s mask, Bloom recalls Daphne’s memories of when Domino was a paradise before it was covered with ice and snow. The group reach the mountain where the book is hidden, but Tecna informs them of a mystical bird called the Roc that guards the library. The Specialists scale the mountain first but accidentally causes the Roc to awaken, who flies off with the boys. The girls save them with Musa’s harmonic spells and successfully allow the Roc to land. Inside the library, they meet Bartelby,Oritel’s deceased scribe in spiritual form, who shows them the Book of Fate. In it, they discover that Bloom’s parents were part of a good warrior group known as the Company of Light, that served to eradicate Evil in the form of the three Ancestral Witches and that Oritel as well as all the people of Domino are currently trapped in the Obsidian Circle. However, the team finds the remaining pages empty after chronicling the Company of Light’s battle with the Ancestral Witches, with no clue on the outcome. Bartelby then foretells a prophecy where six legendary warriors will save Domino, and that a king without a crown will free the Sword of King Oritel. As the team celebrates this new discovery, Riven is bitten by one of Mandragora’s spy bugs and becomes her puppet. Soon after, Alfea is attacked by Mandragora, who despite being defeated, learns about Bloom and disappears, dutifully reporting about the second princess of Domino. Following Mandragora’s defeat, the group begin searching for a way into the Obsidian Circle, which leads them to Pixie Village. With the help of Lockette, the team heads to the gateway to the Obsidian Circle. As the girls enter, Mandragora appears and forces Riven to battle Sky and retrieve the key, separating the girls and the boys. As he is about to stab Sky, Musa jumps in front of him and is injured. The girls are forced to face their worst fears, and Bloom sees a vision of what happened to her birth parents: Oritel was pulled into the Obsidian Circle by the Ancestral Witches while Marion absorbed herself into the sword in order to be with him. To Bloom’s horror, she sees her father frozen in stone, the same fate for all inhabitants of her planet. All the fairies then wake up from their trances, only to come face-to-face with the Ancestral Witches, who severely weaken the Winx except Bloom. They force Bloom to make a choice between destroying the sword and saving her adoptive parents or taking the sword and letting Mandragora kill them, as seen in an image. Luckily, Bloom sees through the illusion and places her trust in the boys, while they are still fighting Mandragora, unleashing her Dragon Fire. Outside, Riven recalls all what he and Musa have been through together. Regaining his sanity, he lifts her up and they kiss. Chasing after Mandragora, Sky arrives moments later to aid her and takes the sword, but supposedly dies, as only a king can wield the sword. Bloom is ready to give up when Daphne reminds her that she is not alone. Bloom puts on the mask, and Daphne joins with her to destroy the Ancestral Witches. However, Mandragora returns and the Ancestral Witches use her body as a host and begin to strangle Bloom to death. Sky reawakens and stabs Mandragora with Oritel’s sword; with Bloom’s Dragon Flame, destroying both her and the entire Obsidian Circle, freeing everyone. Sky explains he is now King of Eraklyon, and his coronation was the night he left Bloom at Alfea. With Domino restored to its former glory, Oritel is freed from stone, placing Marion back in human form; Bloom’s Enchantix is complete, and she is finally reunited with her birth parents. At a party afterwards, Oritel and Marion promise Bloom that they will never leave her again. Mike and Vanessa are also there and Bloom hugs them. Oritel begins the traditional father-daughter dance, but lets Bloom dance with Sky, who proposes to her. Bloom accepts and kisses him. Bartelby then appears by the Book of Fate, telling the audience that the prophecy has been fulfilled, Bloom is now a Guardian Fairy and there is a new Company of Light – the Winx. In the final scene, it is revealed the Ancestral Witches have not been destroyed. Instead, they were freed with the destruction of the Obsidian Circle and are finding new hosts to take over and destroy the Winx. They are shown with their direct descendants, the Trix, cackling madly. This is a cliffhanger leading to the second film.

Voice cast

Character Italian English (Atlas Oceanic) English (Dubbing Brothers)
Bloom Letizia Ciampa Molly C. Quinn Cindy Robinson
Stella Perla Liberatori Amy Gross Jennifer Séguin
Flora Ilaria Latini Alejandra Reynoso Stephanie Sheh
Musa Gemma Donati Romi Dames Anik Matern
Tecna Domitilla D’Amico Morgan Decker Wendee Lee
Aisha Laura Lenghi Keke Palmer Wendee Lee
Prince Sky Marco Vivio Matt Shively Christopher Corey Smith
Brandon Massimiliano Alto Adam Gregory Uncredited
Helia Francesco Pezzulli David Faustino
Riven Mirko Mazzanti Sam Riegel Steve Staley
Timmy Corrado Conforti Charlie Schlatter Uncredited
Nabu Sasha De Toni Will Blagrove

Soundtrack (edit) International Versions (edit).

Song Original Name Language Singer(s) Country
“Jestes Naj” “Unica” Polish Aleksandra Szwed Poland
“Tu es la seule” French Mery Lanzafame (N.B: To note that Sina provides this song ONLY for the french soundtrack in Winx In Concert ) France
“Sen bir tanesin” Turkish Group Hepsi Turkey
“Mono esy” Greek Artemis Zannou Greece
“Tu eres única” Spanish María Blanco Spain
“Única” Latin Spanish Maythe Guedes ft. Rebeca Aponte Latin America
“És a tal” Portuguese Portugal
“Jij bent cool” Dutch Ilona Netherlands
“You’re the one” English Elisa Rosselli
“Du bist es” German Deevoice Germany
“Ayağa kalk !” “Segui il Ritmo” Turkish Group Hepsi Turkey
“Kom op dans” Dutch Ilona Netherlands
“Lass dich fallen” German Deevoice Germany
“Stand up” English Elisa Rosselli
“Enchantix” “Potere di enchantix” Turkish Group Hepsi Turkey
English Elisa Rosselli
Greek Artemis Zannou Greece
“You Made Me a Woman” “A un passo da me” English Elisa Rosselli
“Deine Augen” German Deevoice Germany
“Genau Wie Du” German Deevoice Germany
“Winx” “Segui il tuo cuore” Dutch Ilona Netherlands
“Fly” English Elisa Rosselli
“All the Magic” English Natalie Imbruglia All Countries

Dancers dressed as the Winx Club posing at the Rome FilmFest.

A live action dance show was performed to promote the film at the 2007 Rome Film Festival. In the first week of showing, the film was distributed in 665 cinemas and had 420,000 viewers. It received 1,979,972 euros ($3,074,695.84 US) in its opening week, and ended its run with five million euros in revenue. It was released on DVD in Italy in March 2008. The movie premiered on Nickelodeon in America on March 11, 2012 and was released on DVD on August 7, 2012.

Sequel!

On October 29, 2010, a sequel, Winx Club 3D: Magical Adventure, was released in Italy.

Jag älskar Winx Club serien och filmen för då kan man veta att Bloom har hittat sina kungliga föräldrar och sin hemplanet Domino blir en skydd fe.

Jag ger Winx Club hemligheternas slott/ The Secret Castle filmen movie 2007 180 poäng.

 

 

Sailor Moon – Crystal Movie 2014.

Sailor Moon Crystal, known in Japan as Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal (美少女戦士セーラームーンCrystalクリスタル, Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn Kurisutaru), is a 2014 original net animation adaptation of the shōjomanga series Sailor Moon written and illustrated by Naoko Takeuchi, produced in commemoration of the original series’ 20th anniversary. Produced by Toei Animation and directed by Munehisa Sakai (Seasons 1 and 2) and Chiaki Kon (Season 3), the series was streamed worldwide on Niconico from July 5, 2014 to July 18, 2015. Season 1 and 2’s episodes were released twice a month. Instead of remaking the 1992–97 anime series preceding it, Toei produced Crystal as a reboot of Sailor Moon and as a more faithful adaptation of the original manga by omitting much of the original material from the first series. The story focuses on Usagi Tsukino, who is a young girl that obtains the power to become the titular character. Other Sailor Guardians join her in the search for Princess Serenity and the Silver Crystal.

The first episode had an advanced screening on June 30, 2014 to celebrate Usagi’s birthday. In May 2014, Viz Media licensed Crystal for an English-language release in North America, simulcasting the series on Neon Alley and Hulu to coincide with the worldwide streaming. Crunchyroll also simulcast the series in a separate contract with Toei Animation. Viz premiered the first episode as part of their “Sailor Moon Day” celebration at the Anime Expo Convention in Los Angeles.

A third season, based on the Infinity arc of the manga (renamed Death Busters in this adaptation), premiered on April 4, 2016 and concluded on June 27, 2016.

A sequel project was announced on January 25, 2017, later confirmed to be a two-part theatrical anime film project adapting the Dream arc from the manga (Dead Moon in this adaptation). On June 30, 2019, it was announced that the title of the two-part film will be Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal, with the first film originally scheduled to be released in Japan on September 11, 2020, but was postponed to January 8, 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The second film will be released on February 11, 2021.

Plot

Dark Kingdom:

Usagi Tsukino, a 14-year-old middle school student, meets Luna, a talking black cat that tells her that she is Sailor Moon, a Sailor Guardian destined to fight a group of villains called the Dark Kingdom. Luna also instructs Sailor Moon to find her fellow Sailor Guardians, the princess of an ancestral kingdom on the Moon, and a legendary artifact known as the Silver Crystal. On her journey, Sailor Moon meets her fellow Guardians Sailor Mercury (Ami Mizuno), Sailor Mars (Rei Hino), Sailor Jupiter (Makoto Kino), Sailor Venus (Minako Aino), and a mysterious masked man called Tuxedo Mask (Mamoru Chiba), to whom Usagi is attracted. Later, Usagi and the Sailor Guardians discover that in their previous lives they were members of an ancient Moon Kingdom in a period of time called the Silver Millennium. The Dark Kingdom waged war against them, resulting in the destruction of the Moon Kingdom. It turns out that Sailor Moon herself is Princess Serenity, the Princess of the Moon Kingdom, and that she alone has the power to make the Silver Crystal appear and to use its incredible power. Meanwhile, Tuxedo Mask is revealed to be Prince Endymion, the first crown prince of the Earth and Serenity’s lover in his previous life. After defeating the Four Kings of Heaven (who turn out to be Endymion’s loyal knights in the past) and killing their leader Queen Beryl, the Sailor Guardians confront a brainwashed Endymion and the ruler of the Dark Kingdom — Queen Metaria. To prevent Metaria from spreading darkness all over the Earth, the Guardians sacrifice their lives. Using the power of the Silver Crystal, Sailor Moon destroys Metaria and resurrects her friends.

Black Moon: After Sailor Moon restores the Earth to normal and prepares to live a normal life again with Mamoru and her friends, a little girl falls from the sky, claiming to have the same name as Usagi, but nicknamed as “Chibiusa” by Usagi and the others. A group of villains called the Black Moon Clan, led by Prince Demande, initiate a series of operations while looking for Chibiusa and the Silver Crystal. Chibiusa is revealed to be Sailor Moon’s and Tuxedo Mask’s daughter from a distant future that has been decimated by the Clan, and is searching for Sailor Moon and the Silver Crystal in order to save her mother. Sailor Moon and her friends accompany Chibiusa to the future, and they meet the Guardian of Time and Chibiusa’s friend, Sailor Pluto. Chibiusa is manipulated by Demande’s advisor and the true mastermind of the Clan, Death Phantom, and transforms into Black Lady. Demande manages to obtain the Silver Crystals of the past and the future and is about to bring them together when Sailor Pluto stops time to prevent the universe from being destroyed by this act, leading to her own death. Black Lady is shocked to see her friend die and reverts to her true self, transforming into Sailor Chibi Moon. While Demande dies protecting Sailor Moon from Death Phantom, the latter is destroyed by the combined powers of Sailor Moon and the awakened Sailor Chibi Moon.

Death Busters: After students from the prestigious Mugen Academy become victims of a group of villains called the Death Busters, who transform them into Daimons, Usagi and their friends meet two Mugen Academy students: car racer Haruka Tenoh and violinist Michiru Kaioh. Haruka and Michiru are the civilian identities of two new Sailor Guardians: Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune, who are initially reluctant to work with Sailor Moon and the others. Chibiusa befriends a mysterious girl named Hotaru Tomoe, daughter of Mugen Academy founder Professor Tomoe, who is later revealed to be a key figure of the Death Busters. Sailor Pluto is reincarnated as university student Setsuna Meioh, and she joins Sailors Uranus and Neptune. Using the power of all the Sailor Guardians, Usagi gains a new transformation: Super Sailor Moon. The Sailor Guardians learn that Hotaru’s body is host to Mistress 9, partner of the leader of the Death Busters, Master Pharaoh 90. At the same time, Hotaru is also the reincarnation of the Guardian of Silence, Sailor Saturn, who has the power to destroy the whole world. For this reason, Sailors Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto fear Saturn’s awakening. In the climatic battle, Pharaoh 90 begins to merge himself with the planet, but the newly awakened Sailor Saturn uses her power to send him back to his dimension, the Tau Star System, sacrificing herself in the process. As Neo-Queen Serenity, Usagi restores the city and resurrects everyone that was killed in the battle, including Hotaru, who is reborn as an infant. Haruka, Michiru, and Setsuna vow to be Hotaru’s family and leave the city, with the promise to rejoin Usagi and her friends someday.

Production and broadcasting:

On July 6, 2012, Kodansha and Toei Animation announced that it would commence production of a new anime adaptation for a simultaneous worldwide release in 2013 as part of the series’ 20th anniversary celebrations.The idol group Momoiro Clover Z would perform the opening and closing theme songs, “Moon Pride” and “Gekkō” respectively. In April 2013, it was announced the new anime had been delayed. On August 4, 2013, it was confirmed the new anime will be streamed late in the year.

On January 9, 2014, it was announced the anime would premiere in July.] On March 13, 2014, the new anime’s official website was updated to show a countdown beginning on March 14 for an announcement due to occur on March 21. That day, Toei’s website showed an image displaying the key visual art, synopsis, and staff for the new anime. It also revealed the anime would be called Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal (美少女戦士セーラームーンCrystalクリスタル, Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn Kurisutaru). The series was directed by Munehisa Sakai, Yukie Sakō handled the character designs. Yūji Kobayashi was in charge of series’ scripts, Yasuharu Takanashiwas the music composer, and the animation production is helmed by Toei Animation.

The cast and premiere date were announced at the 20th Anniversary Project Special Stage on April 27, 2014. The anime would premiere on July 5, 2014. Episodes would premiere on the first and third Saturdays of each month. The new cast were announced, along with Kotono Mitsuishi reprising her role as Usagi Tsukino. On April 30, 2014, Toei confirmed the series would run for 26 episodes and streamed worldwide on the video sharing Niconico website with subtitles in 12 languages on the first and third Saturdays of each month. It debuted on July 5, 2014, and ended on January 17, 2015.

On November 8, 2014, it was announced that the latter half of the 26 episode-run will be the second season, covering the Black Moon arc of the manga. During a special screening of the Dark Kingdom finale on December 27, 2014, the new cast for the second season were announced. The second season debuted on February 7, 2015, and ended on July 18, 2015. The Blu-ray updated version of the first and second season aired on Japanese television in April 2015.

On September 28, 2015, the day in which the final episode of the second season was aired on Japanese television, it was announced that production for the third season of Sailor Moon Crystal was given the green light. The third season is known as the Death Busters arc, which is based on the Infinity arc of the manga. The name for the season was announced as Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Crystal Season III (美少女戦士セーラームーンCrystalクリスタル Season III, Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn Kurisutaru Season Three). Chiaki Kon replaced Munehisa Sakai as the series director, and Akira Takahashi took over Yukie Sakō’s position as a character designer. The latter returning staff and new cast for the third season were announced in a live webcast on January 27, 2016. The first episode of the Death Busters Arc was previewed at a special event held at Animate Ikebukuro store in Tokyo on March 6, 2016. The third season began its regular airing on Japanese television on April 4, 2016,[ and ended on June 27, 2016, total of 13 episodes.

On January 25, 2017, it was announced on the Sailor Moon 25th anniversary website that Sailor Moon Crystal would receive a sequel, revealed as a fourth season known as the Dead Moon arc, based on Dream arc of the manga, and adapting it as a two-part theatrical anime film project opposed to an episodic season. Chiaki Kon is returning as a main director, while Kazuko Tadano is handling the character designs, taking over Akira Takahashi’s position from the third season. Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, replacing Yūji Kobayashi, is writing the scripts, original creator & mangaka Naoko Takeuchi is credited as a Chief Supervisor, Yasuharu Takanashi is returning to compose the music, and Studio Deen is co-animating the films with Toei Animation. The name for the 2-part film was announced as Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal: The Movie (劇場版「美少女戦士セーラームーンEternalエターナル」, Gekijōban Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn Etāneru). The first film was slated to released on September 11, 2020, but was postponed to January 8, 2021 release due to COVID-19. In addition, the second film will release on February 11, 2021.

International production and broadcast:

In May 2014, Viz Media licensed the anime for an English-language release in North America as Sailor Moon Crystal. The series began streaming on Hulu and Neon Alley simultaneously on July 5, 2014. Crunchyroll also began streaming the series on its website during the simulcast. At the 2014 Anime Expo convention in Los Angeles, Viz Media announced that the cast used for the Sailor Moon re-dub would also reprise their roles in Crystal. On November 28, 2014, Madman Entertainment announced that they have the rights for Sailor Moon Crystal for Australia and New Zealand, who later broadcast the series on ABC Me, and made the series available for streaming on AnimeLab. On November 20, 2015, Viz Media started streaming the Sailor Moon Crystal English dub on Neon Alley and Hulu.

Film series:

Sailor Moon Eternal: The Movie (known as Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Eternal: The Movie (劇場版「美少女戦士セーラームーンEternalエターナル」, Gekijōban Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn Etāneru) in Japan) is a two-part theatrical anime film, directed by Chiaki Kon, written by Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, character designed by Kazuko Tadano, music provided by Yasuharu Takanashi, chief supervised by original creator & mangaka Naoko Takeuchi, and produced by Toei Animation and Studio Deen. The two-part film serves as a direct continuation and a “fourth season” of Sailor Moon Crystal, covering the Dream arc of the manga (subtitled Dead Moon). The first film was set to debut on September 11, 2020, but was postponed to January 8, 2021, due to COVID-19. The second film is set to release on February 11, 2021.

Related media,Home release:

The first two seasons of Sailor Moon Crystal were released in Japan in thirteen Blu-ray box sets. Each volume contained two episodes. A limited edition Blu-ray was released first. A regular DVD and Blu-ray were released a month later on the exact date of the next limited edition Blu-ray. The first limited edition Blu-ray was released on October 15, 2014.

Soundtrack:

Yasuharu Takanashi composed the score for Sailor Moon Crystal. The series uses two pieces of theme music for the first two seasons. The opening theme song is “Moon Pride” and the ending theme song is “Gekkō” (月虹, lit. “Moonbow”); both themes were performed by Momoiro Clover Z. The ending theme’s music was composed by Akiko Kosaka, who has written several songs for the Sailor Moon series. For the third season, four pieces of theme music are used: one opening theme and three ending themes. The opening theme song, “New Moon ni Koishite” (ニュームーンに恋して, Nyū Mūn ni Koishite, lit. “In Love With The New Moon”) has three different versions. The first version is performed by Etsuko Yakushimaru for the first four episodes and reprised for the final episode, the second version performed by Mitsuko Horie for acts 31 to 34, and the third performed by Momoiro Clover Z for acts 35 to 38. The first ending theme song is “Eternal Eternity” performed by Junko Minagawa and Sayaka Ohara, who voice Sailors Uranus and Neptune, respectively, used for acts 27 to 30 and reprised for act 39, mirroring the first version of the opening theme. The second ending theme song is “Otome no Susume” (乙女のススメ, lit. “Maiden’s Advice”) performed by Misato Fukuen, who is Chibiusa’s voice actress, used for acts 31 to 34, mirroring the second version of the opening theme. The third and final ending theme song is “Eien Dake ga Futari wo Kakeru” (永遠だけが二人をかける, lit. “Eternity Brings Two Together”) performed by Kenji Nojima, who is Mamoru Chiba’s voice actor, used for acts 35 to 38, mirroring the third version of the opening theme.

Reception:

The first episode of Sailor Moon Crystal earned a viewership of over one million on Niconico during the first two days of streaming it.

Critical response:

The first two seasons of Sailor Moon Crystal were criticized for its overly fast pacing and its animation, which had noticeable errors. Victoria McNally of The Mary Sue wrote: “I can overlook poor quality animation when it’s not too distracting. The problem with Sailor Moon Crystal is that it is getting distracting, because the series also has issues with the pacing and quality of its storytelling—which gives you a lot of downtime to criticize all of its visual flaws.”

Season 3:

The third season however, was praised for its improved animation and better characterization. Michael S. Mamano of Den of Geek, who reviewed the first episode of the third season, wrote “This feels like a whole new show, and I mean that in the best way”, and rated the episode 4 out of 5 stars.

Jag gillar den filmen den är magisk  men jag har inte sätt den. Men jag ger den filmen 190 poäng.

 

Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie 1995

Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie, known in Japan as Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon SuperS: The Nine Sailor Soldiers Unite! Miracle of the Black Dream Hole (美少女戦士セーラームーンSuperSスーパーズ セーラー9戦士集結!ブラック・ドリーム・ホールの奇跡, Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn Sūpāzu: Sērā Kyū Senshi Shūketsu! Burakku Dorīmu Hōru no Kiseki) and Sailor Moon SuperS: The Movie: Black Dream Hole in the English adaptation, is a 1995 Japanese anime superhero fantasy film directed by Hiroki Shibata, written by Yōji Enokido, and based on the Sailor Moon manga series by Naoko Takeuchi. It takes its name from the fourth arc of the Sailor Moon anime, Sailor Moon SuperS, as Toei Company distributed it around the same time. The film debuted in Japanese theaters on December 23, 1995, accompanied by a 16- minute short film titled Sailor Moon SuperS Plus: Ami‘s First Love  (美少女戦士セーラームーンSuperS外伝 亜美ちゃんの初恋, Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn Sūpāzu Gaiden: Ami-chan no Hatsu-koi), stylized on-screen as Special Present – Ami’s First Love – Sailor Moon SuperS Side Story (スペシャルプレゼント 亜美ちゃんの初恋 美少女戦士セーラームーンSuperS外伝, Supesharu Purezento Ami-chan no Hatsu-koi Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn Sūpāzu Gaiden).( Plot)- Ami’s First Love- Japanese theaters showed a 16-minute short before the Sailor Moon SuperS film, titled Amis First Love (Ami-chan no Hatsukoi), in which Ami Mizuno (Sailor Mercury) struggles to focus on her studying amidst various distractions including a pruritus- inducing love letter found in her school locker and a rival known as “Mercurius” who ties Ami’s perfect score in mock high school entrance exams, and who Ami believes is either a female monster that makes her forget math and English or a handsome boy who looks like a young Albert Einstein. The short featured a new transformation sequence ( “Mercury Crystal Power Make Up!”) and a greater enhanced water-based attack (“Mercury Aqua Mirage “) for Super Sailor Mercury.

Black Dream Hole! Somewhere in Europe, a young man named Poupelin (ププラン, Pupuran) plays a song on his flute to hypnotize children, following him into a mysterious ship before sailing off into the sky. In Tokyo, Usagi Tsukino, Chibiusa, and the other girls bake cookies together at Makoto Kino’s apartment. Usagi ends up with cookies that look perfect but taste terrible ; Chibuisa produces the reverse. Chibuisa sets out to give her cookies to Mamoru Chiba, but is stopped by a butterfly wing-shaped boy in strange white clothing standing outside the sweets shop. They befriend each other, and he causes some of the treats inside the shop window to dance by playing a tune on his flute before revealing himself as Perle (ペルル, Peruru). Meanwhile, Usagi visits Mamoru with her cookies, and they argue over his strong and close friendship with Chibiusa. They hear a report on the radio about the mass disappearance of children all over the world. Around the same time, Chibiusa gives her bag of cookies to Perle before going their separate ways. That night, Chibiusa wakes up, and begins walking through the city. Diana wakes Usagi, who along with the other girls, follow Chibiusa, and the other children. They save Chibiusa, but get into a fight with Poupelin, and his “Bonbon Babies.” Poupelin then hypnotizes the girls into seeing a Gingerbread House. In turn, Mamoru appears, and snaps the girls out of the spell. Queen Badiane (女王バディヤーヌ, Jo’ō Badiyānu) orders Poupelin and her other henchmen Banane (バナーヌ, Banānu) and Orangeat (オランジャ, Oranja) to hurry up. Perle says that he no longer believes in her, but she orders that Chibiusa be captured. The ship lands, along with two others, in Marzipan Castle. When the doors are opened, the children run out into the darkness, except for Chibiusa. Looking into the shadows, she witnesses “Dream Coffins,” each containing a sleeping child. Badiane lifts her into the air, commenting on the power she senses from Chibiusa, and explains her purpose. In the castle’s center, a massive Black Dream Hole is forming, gathering the magical “sugar energy” of the sleeping children. Eventually it will overtake Earth, and all humans will enter into Dream Coffins. Meanwhile, Perle leads the other Sailor  Guardians to a flying ship of his own. He tells them that Badiane promised that the children would be happy and safe in her world of dreams and where they can remain children indefinitely, but he thinks also of Chibiusa, his friend. As they reach the castle, they are attacked, and after crash-landing fight Poupelin, Banane, and Orangeat, as well as three sets of Bonbon Babies. Just when the situation seems hopeless, the girls are saved by Sailor Uranus, Sailor Neptune, and Sailor Pluto. With this advantage, they are able to break the flutes of the three fairies, changing them into small birds. Afterwards, the Guardians infiltrate the castle and confront Queen Badiane, who has drained enough dream energy from the children, including Chibiusa, tocreate the Black Dream Hole. The power drain is enough to force all the Sailor Soldiers except Usagi into a half-detransformation, weakening them, without any clothing. Taking Chibiusa with her, Badiane enters the hole itself, and Usagi follows. Usagi then findsherself in Mamoru’s apartment, carrying Chibiusa. Mamoru lays her on the bed, then wraps his arms around Usagi and tells her not to worry about anything, just to stay there with him. She asks him again who is more important, herself or Chibiusa; he eventually tells her that she is. Usagi lifts Chibiusa in her arms once again, and eventually realizes that this experience is all just a dream. As Usagi tries to flee, Badiane demands that she give back Chibiusa. When Usagi refuses, Badiane assimilates herself into the black dream hole and attacks her with fire. Hearing her mental cry, the other seven Guardians send their power and strength to Usagi, awakening Chibiusa and allowing them to finally obliterate Badiane with their Moon Gorgeous Meditation technique. After the battle, Marzipan Castle is destroyed, and with Perle’s help, the six Super Sailor Guardians and three Outer Sailor Guardians escape. The airships, each carrying children, return to Earth. Later, at a beach, Perle gives Chibiusa his glass flute, telling her that he is the fairy who protects children’s dreams, and will always be with her, and Chibiusa kisses him goodbye on the cheek. As Perle flies away, the six Super Sailor Guardians and three Outer Sailor Guardians watch the sun rise.

Cast

Character name Japanese English
(Pioneer/Optimum Productions, 2000)
English
(Viz Media/Studiopolis, 2018)
Usagi Tsukino Kotono Mitsuishi Terri Hawkes as Serena Stephanie Sheh
Ami Mizuno Aya Hisakawa Karen Bernstein as Amy Kate Higgins
Rei Hino Michie Tomizawa Katie Griffin as Raye Cristina Vee
Makoto Kino Emi Shinohara Susan Roman as Lita Amanda Miller
Minako Aino Rica Fukami Stephanie Morgenstern as Mina Cherami Leigh
Mamoru Chiba Toru Furuya Vincent Corazza as Darien Robbie Daymond
Usagi “Chibiusa” Tsukino Kae Araki Tracey Hoyt as Rini Sandy Fox
Artemis Yasuhiro Takato Ron Rubin Johnny Yong Bosch
Diana Kumiko Nishihara Naomi Emmerson Debi Derryberry
Luna Keiko Han Jill Frappier Michelle Ruff
Michiru Kaioh Masako Katsuki Barbara Radecki as Michelle Lauren Landa
Haruka Tenoh Megumi Ogata Sarah Lafleur as Amara Erica Mendez
Setsuna Meioh Chiyoko Kawashima Sabrina Grdevich as Trista Veronica Taylor
Poupelin Nobuo Tobita Robert Tinkler as Pupulan Kyle McCarley
Banane Nobuhiko Kazama Tony Daniels as Pananu Ben Diskin
Orangeat Kazuya Nakai Damon D’Oliveira as Oranja Robbie Daymond
Bonbon Babies Ayako Ono
Emi Uwagawa
N/A Erica Mendez
Perle Chika Sakamoto Julie Lemieux as Peruru Colleen O’Shaughnessey
Badiane Rihoko Yoshida Kirsten Bishop as Badiyanu Tara Sands
Ami s First Love:
Character name Japanese English
Kurume Suuri/Mercurius Nobuyuki Hiyama Kyle McCarley
Bonnone Kazue Ikura Colleen O’Shaughnessey
Naru Osaka Shino Kakinuma Danielle Judovits
Gurio Umino Keiichi Nanba Ben Diskin
Instructor Yasunori Masutani TBA
Teacher Tomohisa Aso TBA

Production

Originally, Kunihiko Ikuhara envisaged that Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune were going to be the main characters in the SuperS film, and it was going to be independent of the main series. Sailor Neptune was going to be in a deep sleep at the end of the world, and Sailor Uranus would have had to steal the talismans from the Sailor Soldiers to revive her. However, both Ikuhara and producer Iriya Azuma left the series. Ikuhara’s concepts were later used in Revolutionary Girl Utena.

English release

The film was first released in North America on VHS by Pioneer Entertainment on August 31, 1999, in Japanese with English subtitles. Pioneer later released the film to uncut bilingual DVD on August 15, 2000, alongside another VHS release containing an edited version of the English dub. Pioneer re-released their DVD on January 6, 2004, under their “Geneon Signature Series” line. The DVDs later fell out of print when Pioneer/Geneon lost the license to the film. The edited version was also shown on TV in Canada on YTV and in the US on Cartoon Network’s Toonami block.

The English dub was produced in association with Optimum Productions in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and featured most of the original DiC English cast reprising their roles. The edited version of the dub was censored for content and replaced the music with cues from the DiC version of the first two seasons of the anime, while retaining the insert song, Sanji no Yosei (The Three O’Clock Fairy). The uncut version of the dub was only seen on the bilingual DVD, featured no censorship, and all of the original Japanese music was left intact, with the exception of the DiC theme song being used. However, no DVD or VHS release contained the “Ami’s First Love” short.

In 2014, the film (including the “Ami’s First Love” short) was re-licensed for an updated English-language release in North America by Viz Media, who produced a new English dub of the film in association with Studiopolis in Los Angeles, California and plans to re-release it on DVD and Blu-ray. The film, along with the Ami’s First Love short, was released to North American theaters in association with Fathom Events for one-day showings nationwide, with dubbed screenings on August 4, 2018 and subtitled screenings on August 6, 2018. It has also been licensed in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment. The movie was then released on Blu-ray and DVD on February 12, 2019.

Jag älskar att dom gjorde tre filmer ifrån serien av Sailor Moon, Sailor Moon R the movie 1993, Sailor Moon S the movie 1994 och Sailor Moon SuperS: the movie 1995. Jag ger den här filmen 120 poäng.

 

Sailor Moon S: The Movie 1994.

Sailor Moon S: The Movie ( Japanese: 劇場版美少女戦士セーラームーンS, Hepburn: Gekijō-ban Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn S, lit. ‘ Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon S the Movie’) is a 1994 Japanese animated superhero fantasy film directed by Hiroki Shibata and written by Sukenhiro Tomita. It is the second film in the series, following Sailor Moon R: The Movie (1993), and is adapted from a side story of the original Sailor Moon manga series created by Naoko Takeuchi, The Lover of Princess Kaguya. It takes its name from the third arc of the Sailor Moon anime seriers, Sailor Moon S, as Toei Company distributed it around the same time. The film was released in Japan on December4, 1994, as part of the Winter ’94 Toei Anime Fair. In the 2000 Pioneer English adaptation, it was released as Sailor Moon S: The Movie – Hearts in Ice.

Plot – An extraterrestrial ice entity named Princess Snow Kaguya (プリンセス・スノー・カグヤ, Purinsesu Sunō Kaguya) arrives on Earth in an attempt to freeze it, but a fragment of her comet has been lost and she is unable to proceed without it. She has her henchwomen, the Snow Dancers, search for the missing fragment. In Tokyo, a young astronomer named Kakeru Ōzora (宇宙 翔, Ōzora Kakeru) finds the fragment and keeps it in his observatory to study in further. Meanwhile, the Sailor Guardians are enjoying a day in the Juban Shopping District. Luna falls ill and decides to go back to Usagi’s house. Along the way, she collapses while crossing the road, and is almost hit by a car, but is rescued and nursed to health by Kakeru. Luna then develops romantic feelings for him, even kissing him on the cheek in his sleep, leaving Artemis crushed. Luna herself ends up with unrequited love because it is revealed that Kakeru himself has a girlfriend, an astronaut named Himeko Nayotake  (名夜竹 姫子, Nayotake Himeko), and more importantly, because Luna is a cat. The two are devastated because Himeko is oblivious to Kakeru’s belief of Princess Kaguya’s existence. Later, after finding herself unable to reconcile her differences with Kakeru, Himeko leaves on a space mission. The fragment of the comet attaches itself to his life force, and begins slowly stealing his life-force energy, causing him to become very ill. Kaguya later steals the shard, but because it is linked to his life-force, he is brought even closer to death when Kaguya throws the shard into the ocean and creates an enormous ice crystal that will continue to drain away Kakeru’s life-force energy completely. She and her Snow Dancers than begin freezing the entire Earth, little by little. The Sailor Guardians attempt to stop her, only for Kaguya to revive the Snow Dancers using the Crystal. Just before Kaguya could kill the Sailor Scouts, Sailor Moon arrives and tries to talk her out of her plot. Wanting more strength, she activates the mighty powers of the legendary Holy Grail to evolve into Super Sailor Moon, but is easily overpowered by Snow Queen Kaguya. Determined to protect the Earth and its people, Usagi prepares to activate the Legendary Silver Crystal’s immense energy and power. The eight Sailor Guardians, along with Sailor Chibi Moon, combine their own strength and Sailor abilities at once to further strengthen the healing power of the Legendary Silver Crystal, destroying Snow Queen Kaguya and the Snow Dancers head-on, and eliminating the ice crystal in the ocean, as well as her comet. Usagi wishes for Luna to become the mythical Princess Kaguya for one night. Concerned about Himeko’s safety, Kakeru wanders in the snowstorm and is saved by Luna at the exact point Kakeru saved her, transformed into a human. She takes him near the moon, where Himeko, on her space mission, witnesses the phenomenon and realizes that Princess Kaguya does exist. Luna tells him that he needs to start focusing on his relationship with Himeko, and the two kiss. After returning to the Earth, Kakeru takes up Luna’s advice and meets Himeko at the airport, where the two lovingly hug. Artemis meets up with Luna, and the cats reconcile.

 

Voice Cast!

Character Japanese voice actor English voice actor
(Pioneer/Optimum Productions, 2000)
English voice actor
(Viz Media/Studiopolis, 2018)
Usagi Tsukino/Serena Kotono Mitsuishi Terri Hawkes Stephanie Sheh
Ami Mizuno/Amy Aya Hisakawa Karen Bernstein Kate Higgins
Rei Hino/Raye Michie Tomizawa Katie Griffin Cristina Vee
Makoto Kino/Lita Emi Shinohara Susan Roman Amanda Miller
Minako Aino/Mina Rika Fukami Stephanie Morgenstern Cherami Leigh
Usagi “Chibiusa” Tsukino/Rini Kae Araki Tracey Hoyt Sandy Fox
Haruka Tenoh/Amara Megumi Ogata Sarah Lafleur Erica Mendez
Michiru Kaioh/Michelle Masako Katsuki Barbara Radecki Lauren Landa
Setsuna Meioh/Trista Chiyoko Kawashima Sabrina Grdevich Veronica Taylor
Mamoru Chiba/Darien Tōru Furuya Vincent Corazza (Vince Corroza) Robbie Daymond
Luna Keiko Han Jill Frappier Michelle Ruff
Artemis Yasuhiro Takato Ron Rubin Johnny Yong Bosch
Princess Snow Kaguya Eiko Masuyama Catherine Disher Melissa Fahn
Kakeru Ōzora Masami Kikuchi Jeff Lumby Chris Hackney
Himeko Nayotake Megumi Hayashibara Jen Gould Claudia Lenz
Snow Dancers Mariko Onodera
Yūko Nagashima
Esther Thibault TBA
Announcers Tomohisa Asō
Yasunori Masutani
Tony Daniels TBA
Journalist Yoshiyuki Kōno Unknown TBA

Production

Sailor Moon S: The Movie is based on the 135-page side story “Princess Kaguya’s Lover” (かぐや姫の恋人, “Kaguya hime no Koibito”), written and illustrated by series creator Naoko Takeuchi and later published by Kodansha. Dissatisfied that she had left the production of the previous film to others, Takeuchi envisioned “Princess Kaguya’s Lover” as the plot of Sailor Moon S: The Movie, and proceeded to write the story “all in one go.” She modeled the antagonist after an Art Deco antique named “Salome”, while the Snow Dancers are modeled after a German china piece, which Takeuchi thought resembled “a character dancing in a snowstorm.” On July 8, 1994, she traveled to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida as part of her research; there, she watched the launch of space shuttle Columbia. She enjoyed working on the film, and liked the overall result, particularly Luna’s transformation sequence. The film was soft matted for its theatrical release, as it was animated in 4:3 aspect ratio.

English release

The film was first released in North America on VHS by Pioneer Entertainment on August 31, 1999, in Japanese with English subtitles. Pioneer later released the film to uncut bilingual DVD on May 23, 2000, alongside another VHS release containing an edited version of the English dub. Pioneer re-released their DVD on January 6, 2004 under their “Geneon Signature Series” line. The DVDs later fell out of print when Pioneer/Geneon lost the license to the film. The edited version was also shown on TV in Canada on YTV and in the US on Cartoon Network’s Toonami block on November 9, 2001.

The English dub was produced in association with Optimum Productions in Toronto, Canada, and featured most of the original DiC English cast reprising their roles. The edited version of the dub was censored for content and replaced the music with cues from the DiC version of the first two seasons of the anime. The uncut version of the dub was only seen on the bilingual DVD, featured no censorship, and all of the original Japanese music was left intact, with the exception of the DiC theme song being used.

In 2014, the film was re-licensed for an updated English-language release in North America by Viz Media, who have produced a new English dub of the film in association with Los Angeles-based Studiopolis and re-released it on DVD and Blu-ray on October 2, 2018. The film was released to North American theaters with one-day screenings nationwide as a double feature with Sailor Moon R: The Movie, in association with Fathom Events. Dubbed screenings were on July 28, 2018, and subtitled screenings on July 30, 2018. It has also been licensed in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment.

Jag har inte sätt den här filmen heller men jag hade gärna vilja se den filmen. Jag ger Sailor Moon S Movie 99 poäng.

 

Sailor Moon R: The Movie 1993.

Sailor Moon R: The Movie (Japanese: 劇場版美少女戦士セーラームーンR, Hepburn: Gekilō- ban Bishōjo Senshi Sērā Mūn R, lit. ‘ Pretty soldier Sailor Moon R the Movie’) is a 1993 Japanese animated superhero fantasy film directed by Kunihiko Ikuhara and written by Sukenhiro Tomita based on the Sailor Moon manga series written by Naoko Takeuchi. The film takes its name from the second arc of the Sailor Moon anime, Sailor Moon R, as Toei Company distributed it around the same time. The events portrayed seem to take place somewhere in the very end of the series, as Chibiusa knows about the identities of the Sailor Guardians, the characters are in the present rather than the future, and Usagi and Mamoru are back together. The film centers on the arrival of an alien named Fiore on Earth, who has a past with Mamoru and wishes to reunite with him. However, Fiore is being controlled by an evil flower called Xenian Flower, forcing Usagi and her friends to save Mamoru and the Earth from destruction. Japanese theaters featured a 15-minute short recap episode before the film titled Make Up! Sailor Soldier (メイクアップ!セーラー戦士, Meikuappu! Sērā senshi). The film was released theatrically in Japan on December 5, 1993, while Pioneer Entertainment released it in the United States on February 8, 2000, as Sailor Moon R: The Movie: The Promise of the Rose. On January 13, 2017, Viz Media re-released the film re-dubbed and uncut for the first time in US theatres. The Sailor Moon R: The Movie redub also included the English dubbed 15-minute short Make Up! Sailor Guardians. (Plot-Make Up! Sailor Guardians )-  Usagi and Chibuisa overhear two girls talking about the Sailor Guardians after they see a poster. As the girls debate over the smartest, most elegant, strongest, and the leader of the Sailor Guardians, Usagi grandly claims those titles for herself. Chibuisa shakes her head at Usagi ‘s delusion. Clips appear from the debut of each Sailor Guardian, and that girls’s image song plays in the background. When even Txendo Mask has been mentioned, and the girls are about to leave, Usagi butts in on their conversation and and asks them directly about Sailor Moon. The girls give a series of glowing compliments about Sailor Moon, but unlike their analysis of other Sailor Guardians, they also list her faults. After the girls leave, Usagi sarcastically apologizes to the viewers for being a clumsy cry-baby and then bursts into exaggerated tears. -The Promise of the Rose- A young Mamoru Chiba hands a mysterious boy a rose before he disappears, vowing to bring Mamoru a flower. In the present, Mamoru meets up with Usagi Tsukino and the Sailor Guardians at the Jindai Botanical Garden. Usagi attempts to kiss Mamoru, but when he suspects the other girls of spying on him, he walks off outside alone. The stranger appears from the garden’s fountain and takes Mamoru’s hands into his own, which makes Usagi uncomfortable. Usagi tries to break the man’s grasp from Mamoru, but is knocked down. The man vows that no one will prevent him from keeping his promise before disappearing again. Mamoru tells Usagi that the stranger ‘s name is Fiore (フィオレ, Fiore). At Rei Hino’s temple, the Sailor Guardians discuss an asteroid which has started to approach Earth and on which Luna and Artemis have discovered traces of vegetal life. The talk turns into rumors about Mamoru’s and Fiore’s possible relationship, while Usagi thinks about how Mamoru had told her that he had no family and was alone, and how she had promised him she would be his family from now on. Fiore sends his flower- monster henchwoman, Glycina (グリシナ), to Tokyo to drain the population’s life-energy, but the Sailor Guardians free them and destroy the monster. Fiore appears, revealing his responsibility for the attack, and uses a flower called a Xenian     (キセニアン, Kisenian) before severely injuring the Sailor Guardians. Mamoru attempts to talk Fiore out of fighting but the Xenian controls Fiore’s mind. After Mamoru saves Usagi from certain death by intercepting his attack, Fiore takes Mamoru to an asteroid rapidly approaching Earth and begins to revive him in a crystal filled with liquid. While in the crystal, Mamoru remembers meeting Fiore after his parents died in a car accident. Mamoru had previously assumed that he had made up the boy as an imaginary friend. Fiore explains that he had to leave Mamoru because of the Earth’s unsuitable atmosphere; Mamoru gave Fiore a rose before disappearing. Fiore searched the galaxy to find a flower for Mamoru, finding the Xenian in the process. Seeking revenge on the humans for his loneliness, Fiore returns to Earth. Meanwhile, Luna and Artemis tell the Sailor Guardians that the Xenian can destroy planets using weak-hearted people. Ami Mizuno realizes that the energy from the asteroid matches the flower- monster’s evil energy, deducing that Fiore has hidden there. The Sailor Guardians decide to rescue Mamoru. Despite her initial reluctance, the Sailors and Chibiusa convince Usagi to save Mamoru and confront Fiore. After the Sailor Guardians fly to the asteroid, Fiore reveals his plans to scatter flower-seeds to drain humanity’s energy on Earth. The Sailor Guardians then fight hundreds of flower-monsters, but they end up captured. When Fiore orders Usagi to surrender, she is unable to feel his loneliness; Fiore begins to drain her life-force.  Mamoru escapes and saves Sailor Moon by throwing a rose at Fiore. The rose embedded in Fiore’s chest blossoms, freeing him from the Xenian’s control. The flowers on the asteroid disappear, but it continues to hurtle towards Earth. Usagi uses the Silver Crystal to transform into Princess Serenity to change the course of the asteroid. In an attempt to stop Usagi, Fiore soon realizes that when Usagi and Mamoru were children, she gave Mamoru the rose that was once given to him after Fiore had left. With Fiore and the Xenian destroyed by the Silver Crystal, Usagi, Mamoru and the Sailor Guardians combine their powers to divert the asteroid away from the Earth. The Silver Crystal is shattered and Usagi dies of exhaustion. Back on Earth, despite Luna and Artemis’ concern over why the Sailor Guardians are taking too long, Chibiusa assures them that the girls are all right. In the aftermath, now safely drifting in orbit, the Guardians and Mamoru are devastated by Sailor Moon’s death in her still form after her transformation brooch is damaged, saying that it wasn’t worth it to survive if they lost the one most dear to them. Fiore reappears and thanks Mamoru. Using a nectar- filled flower with Fiore’s life-energy, Mamoru wets his lips with the nectar and kisses Sailor Moon, reviving her, restoring her transformation brooch and repowering the Silver Crystal. Fiore, reduced to the form of a child again, ascends to the afterlife to live in peace. She smiles weakly at them and says she told them she would protect everyone. The Senshi smile through their tears and collapse into her arms. ( Voice cast )! Main article: List of Sailor Moon characters!

Character Japanese voice actor English dubbing actor
(Pioneer/Optimum Productions, 2000)
English dubbing actor
(Viz Media/Studiopolis, 2017)
Usagi Tsukino Kotono Mitsuishi Terri Hawkes Stephanie Sheh
Mamoru Chiba Toru Furuya
Megumi Ogata (young)
Vincent Corazza (Vince Corroza)
Julie Lemieux (young)
Robbie Daymond
Rei Hino Michie Tomizawa Katie Griffin Cristina Vee
Ami Mizuno Aya Hisakawa Karen Bernstein Kate Higgins
Makoto Kino Emi Shinohara Susan Roman Amanda Miller
Minako Aino Rica Fukami Stephanie Morgenstern Cherami Leigh
Luna Keiko Han Jill Frappier Michelle Ruff
Artemis Yasuhiro Takato Ron Rubin Johnny Yong Bosch
Chibiusa Kae Araki Tracey Hoyt Sandy Fox
Fiore Hikaru Midorikawa
Tomoko Maruo (young)
Steven Bednarski
Nadine Rabinovitch (young)
Benjamin Diskin
Xenian Flower Yumi Tōma Catherine Disher Carrie Keranen

Make-up! Sailor Guardians

Character Japanese English
Yui Chieko Nanba Carrie Keranen
Aya Rumi Kasahara Cherami Leigh
Garoben Hiroko Emori Megan Hollingshead
Katarina Yūko Mita Veronica Taylor
Queen Beryl Keiko Han Cindy Robinson
Alan Keiichi Nanba Wally Wingert
Queen Serenity Mika Doi Wendee Lee

Production and release

The film was first released in North America on VHS by Pioneer Entertainment on August 31, 1999, in Japanese with English subtitles. Pioneer later released the film to uncut bilingual DVD on February 8, 2000, alongside another VHS release containing an edited version of the English dub. Pioneer re-released their DVD on January 6, 2004, under their “Geneon Signature Series” line. The DVDs later fell out of print when Pioneer/Geneon lost the license to the film. The edited version was also shown on TV in Canada on YTV and in the US on Cartoon Network’s Toonami block.

The English dub was produced in association with Optimum Productions in Toronto, Canada, and featured most of the original DiC English cast reprising their roles. The edited version of the dub was censored for content and replaced the music with cues from the DiC version of the first two seasons of the anime; the vocal song “Moon Revenge” was also replaced with “The Power of Love.” The uncut version of the dub was only seen on the bilingual DVD, featured no censorship, and all of the original Japanese music was left intact, with the exception of the DiC theme song being used. However, no DVD or VHS release contained the “Make-up! Sailor Soldier” short.

In 2014, the film (including the “Make-Up! Sailor Guardian” short) was re-licensed for an updated English-language release in North America by Viz Media, who produced a new English dub of the film in association with Los Angeles-based Studiopolis and re-released it to DVD and Blu-ray on April 18, 2017. It has also been licensed in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment. In addition, Viz gave the film a limited theatrical release in the United States, beginning January 17, 2017 in association with Eleven Arts. The redub premiered in the United Artists Theater at the Ace Hotel, where it retained just the original title of Sailor Moon R: The Movie, rather than the subtitle The Promise of the Rose. The theatrical release included the “Make-Up! Sailor Guardian” short, and was available in both dubbed and subtitled screenings. The film was screened in North American theaters again nationwide with one-day showings as a double feature with Sailor Moon S: The Movie in association with Fathom Events. Dubbed screenings were on July 28, 2018, and subtitled screenings on July 30.

References- Rebecca Silverman of Anime News Network gave the film’s Viz Media dub an “A-“. She praised the animation, stating that it was “several cuts above what we typically see in the TV series”. She also praised the film for distilling the franchise’s themes effectively, its soundtrack and use of imagery relating to flowers. Charles Solomon of the Los Angeles Times also reacted positively to the film’s portrayal of the main characters’ “sisterly friendship” and praised Viz Media’s dub for not censoring Fiore’s implied feelings for Mamoru, unlike previous English translations.

Jag tycker den Sailor Moon R filmen är bra jag har inte sätt den men jag ger den 90 poäng och den är magisk.