VIDEO: Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie (2004)

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The anime series jumps to the big screen in Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie, featuring Egyptian pharaohs, evil sorcerers, and the fate of the universe resting on a children’s trading card game. It’s just another episode of What We Had to Watch!

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  • Marshall Oliver Estes

    I wonder if Yugi’s hair naturally looks like that, or if it’s supposed to be styled? If it’s styled, I wonder what it would look like naturally…

  • The_Unusual_Suspect

    Awesome as always Garrett!

    “Kaiba! We need to stop this duel!”

    “No.”

    “OK.”

    That part always cracks me up 😀

  • MephLord

    Il Neige, I challenge you to a game of … Dungeon Dice Monsters! Yu-Gi-Oh! is a guilty pleasure of mine, as I love the English dub theme song and how hilarious Tristan and Joey with his Scapegoats are. (Best series line ever: Mai saying to Joey “You play that card EVERY duel!” (when Joey played Scapegoats)).

    Ah Yu-Gi-Oh, imagine if Magic: The Gathering had an anime with real wizards summoning mana from the lands and messing stuff up, that would’ve made for a really great show. CCG’s back in the late 90s and early 2000’s really were the golden age of nerd gaming.

    • Garrett Snook

      Same here. Otherwise, I wouldn’t have invested money into two duel disks :P, though the GX one only cost me three bucks. Best trip to Goodwill ever.

  • Randolph Quazalpene

    Time to DUST off my DECK…. I confess I was a Yu-Gi addict man, I loved and still love the original series, but this movie was terrible, and all I got was a stupid watapon!!!!!!

    • Garrett Snook

      I never actually saw it in Theaters, though I was able to convince a box office clerk to give me a promo card anyway, which also turned out to be Watapon -_-. Luckily, I found a Blue Eyes Shining Dragon that had been left sitting on a Resident Evil 3 display.

  • John Porteous

    It has to be said:

    Seto Kaiba: Did you just attack twice in one turn?
    Yami Yugi: Yeah, so?
    Seto Kaiba: That’s against the rules!
    Yami Yugi: Screw the rules, I’m Pharaoh!

  • That Deaf Gal

    Hello… I would like to suggest all you Agony Boothers to include in your videos some kind of closed-caption system, since it has become kind of difficult to follow your posts. I am a Brazilian girl. Also, I am deaf and a cinema lover (thank God for subtitled DVDs and special exhibitions at the Deaf School!) and used to follow your website when it was all about written reviews. Since your switch to videos, however, I have been experiencing a lot of obvious difficulty to watch them.

    I had tried to have my non-deaf boyfriend to interpret them to me by signaling, but it’s hard to switch my attention between him and the action on the screen. Also, while he (a Portuguese-speaking citizen like me) can read in English very well, his listening skills are not the best, and sometimes he can’t understand what someone said in your videos. And it’s kind of an annoyance having to take him out of his leisure to help me with mine (although he, a gentleman, will never tell me it is). A subtitle program would do wonders to my life as both a Seventh Art lover and an Agony Booth fan.

    Yours sincerely,

    . That Deaf Gal

    • $36060516

      I can see why this would help you and others a lot. I’m not connected to this site in any way so am not speaking for them, but most of the people posting these videos are (I believe) doing this as a hobby in their spare time and typing into a subtitling program and proofreading all of the words in these videos would add a significant amount of extra work and time commitment to the process of making each video. Each video producer will probably need to come to their own decision about whether they can afford that time. I can definitely understand why you would like them to do this, though, and hope you get some assistance with this somehow. Perhaps they will comply.

  • MichaelANovelli

    “Duelists from all over the world?”

    What, does Yugi have the #2 Headband, or something?

  • CaptainCalvinCat

    Oh yes, Il Neige.
    the movie was stupid as hell but… I liked it. I found it geniunely funny. I mean, it is not intelligent, but it kept me entertained…. back in the days, that is. ^^

    • Garrett Snook

      I definitely see what you mean. This review was one of the most fun to write simply because it gave me so much to work with. I think “Your worms will have to wait, Anubis” is one of my all time favorite bad lines.

  • WarriorNun

    Hey, Neige?

    Have you heard of Beastly?

    • Garrett Snook

      Is that that Beauty and the Beast tv show?

  • Jian

    Nice review!

    This movie is an oddity in the yu-gi-oh! franchise.

    Alongside Capsule Monsters, these productions where produced by 4Kids, because of this, the original version of the movie is the english version, wich came out first. (you can also notice how the coloring and art style in the movie is kinda off)

    You should review the cross-over movie, it would be really fun