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.
|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|
|“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|
|“You Made Me a Woman”||“A un passo da me”||English||Elisa Rosselli|
|“Genau Wie Du”||German||Deevoice||Germany|
|“Winx”||“Segui il tuo cuore”||Dutch||Ilona||Netherlands|
|“All the Magic”||English||Natalie Imbruglia||All Countries|
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.
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 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.
|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
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.
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.