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Pokémon the Movie: Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction 2014 123movies

Pokémon the Movie: Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction 2014 123movies

When Destruction Rises, Can Life Prevail?Jul. 19, 201476 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – When Diancie a Pokémon said to create diamond travels to find Xerneas to help her make a heart diamond to save her home, Ash, Serena, Clemont and Bonnie help her to be safe on the way from thieves.
Plot: In the underground Diamond Domain, where many Carbink live, the Mythical Pokémon Diancie serves as ruler. The Heart Diamond that sustains the land is beginning to fall apart, and Diancie is not yet strong enough to create a new one. While seeking help from the Legendary Pokémon Xerneas, Diancie encounters a group of thieves who want to take control of its diamond-producing power–and who awaken the Legendary Pokémon Yveltal from its cocoon in the process! Can Ash and his friends help Diancie discover its true power, stop Yveltal’s rampage, and save the Diamond Domain?
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A Pokémon Retrospective, Part 17
In an earlier review, I compared the “Diamond and Pearl” era Pokémon films to “Star Trek,” in that the even-numbered ones were significantly better. I guess the films that followed it are more like “The Next Generation,” in that some are slightly less awful than the others. Whereas “Vicitini and Zekrom/Reshiram,” “Genesect and the Legend Awakened” and “Hoopa and the Clash of Ages” are probably the worst films in the entire franchise, “Pokémon the Movie: Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction” follows “Kyurem vs. the Sword of Justice” by being just boring and bland.

As has become common in these films, the story is not about Ash but about some Pokémon he comes across, in this case Diancie. She is the princess of an underground kingdom and has the power to create gems, which are somehow needed to keep subterranean life sustainable. When her attemps to create a giant crystal fail, she goes aboveground, where she is immediately hunted after by three or four different parties, depending on whether you count Team Rocket.

She is saved by Ash, who happened to be in the neighbourhood and pledges to accompany her on her travels. He seems to be quite confident of his protective skills, as he walks openly and casually aside one of the world’s rarest Pokémon, going shopping, getting ice cream, and taking a river cruise. Their destination is the life-giving Xerneas, these films’ third and most shameless rip-off of the forest god from “Princess Mononoke.” The mood becomes more anguished once it turns out the legendary is hiding in the forest of the death-Pokémon — excuse me: *destruction-Pokémon, the well-known antonym of ‘life’ — Ylvetal.

Reading this summary of the plot is probably more exciting than watching it play out, and certainly more economical. It is nice to have a main character that goes through some actual (if superficial) development, but the execution feels so tired and workmanlike. There isn’t even enough plot to fill the mercifully short runtime, making the film feel less like an epic quest and more like a sight-seeing tour through Canada. Seeing how the story was actually conceived on one, I may not be far off the point.

Ash’s new companions do not have much personality, but are infinitely preferable to Iris and Cilan. This time, we are stuck with Clemont, a boy wearing pyjamas and a backpack filled with inventions (that are completely useless because a Pokémon can do the same thing but better,) and two girls, Serena and Bonnie, who sleep in a tent shaped like a clam. I will try not to read into that too much. Although the three of them aren’t bad as companions go, I still cannot stomach the disposal of Brock; it is not as if the show has gotten less formulaic now that he is gone.

What’s worse: The film is rather horrible to look at. Making your backgrounds almost as brightly coloured as your characters has always been a bad idea, but the digital bloom caused by overexposure that taints most shots can be actually painful, especially when the whole screen is filled with crystals. A remarkable exception is Ylvetal’s entrance, which is so poorly lit I had to turn up the brightness to the highest setting. Despite these films being made by mostly the same people, the visual presentation looks strangely amateurish — a shame, because the Canada-inspired locations are quite appealing.

“Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction” is slightly better than “Kyurem vs. the Sword of Justice,” but its flaws are the same: A forgettable plot, dull fight scenes, and Ash having barely anything to do; except this time does Ash even fail at what he set out to do (namely protect Diancie) and is it necessary to wear sunglasses while watching the film. I do not see how this would be a more appealing pastime than mostly anything else.

Review By: Shostakovich343 Rating: 3 Date: 2019-07-14
Seems to be a Pokemon Movie Aimed at Little Girls
Quite honestly, this Pokémon adventure didn’t really do it for me. Despite the action and adventure, a lot of the time, I felt like I was watching one of those movies that are aimed at little girls ages 6 or younger.

The plot is SO clichéd. It’s your basic story about a spoiled princess with a heart of gold who doesn’t think she’s worthy and has to prove to be a real princess.

Diancie is incredibly annoying and incredibly adorable in equal amounts. With her always cheerful attitude and the many “girly” scenes such as the 2-minute scene where they shop for clothes, this felt more like “My Little Pony” than Pokémon. I know Pokémon is generally aimed at a younger audience, but come on!

We have yet another Pokémon film that suffers from one-dimensional, unexplored villains. I like the idea of having one of the villains be a ninja, but they failed to make Ninja Riot or his partner Marilyn Flame characters that you can really take seriously. The other party who is after Diancie felt unnecessary.

Serena, Clemont, and Bonnie are weak characters, just like Iris and Cilan from the previous generation. The scene where Ash nearly falls from the ladder to get Diancie is so stupid. Clemont later gets one of his Pokémon to get Diancie instead. Why didn’t he just do that in the first place?

Things got better in the last 15 minutes. Yveltal is an ideal legendary Pokémon, and Pikachu turning into stone and being brought back was a nice tribute to the first Pokémon movie.

To be fair, the film is reasonably entertaining, but it still doesn’t cut it as a Pokémon movie. It’s still better than “Kyurem vs. The Sword of Justice” and it’s also better than its successor (“Hoopa and The Clash of Ages”), but it still remains one of the worst Pokémon movies.


Review By: carologletree Rating: 5 Date: 2016-08-07

Other Information:

Original Title ポケモン・ザ・ムービーXY 破壊の繭とディアンシー
Release Date 2014-07-19
Release Year 2014

Original Language ja
Runtime 1 hr 16 min (76 min)
Budget 24720400
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Animation, Action, Adventure
Director Kunihiko Yuyama
Writer Hideki Sonoda, Satoshi Tajiri, Junichi Masuda
Actors Ikue Ôtani, Caitlin Glass, Sarah Natochenny
Country Japan
Awards 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1 (negative ratio), 1.85 : 1 (intended ratio)
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

Pokémon the Movie: Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction 2014 123movies
Original title ポケモン・ザ・ムービーXY 破壊の繭とディアンシー
TMDb Rating 6.4 122 votes

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