The Pokemon universe is filled with games, TV shows and films, and now its first feature-length film is getting a Netflix reboot. Titled Pokemon: the primary Movie when it had been released within us in 1998, the Netflix remake reverts to its original name: Mewtwo Strikes Back. From the looks of the trailer, it’ll follow the trail of an equivalent movie, including Ash Ketchum and Co.’s journey to a Pokemon tournament where they get knotted up during a tale of Poke men tempting fate by playing Poker gods.
The film explores the origin of Mewtwo, the human-created Pokemon scientists cloned after discovering a fossil of Mew, No. 151 if you’ve got your Pokedex out. But the creation of Mewtwo, the foremost powerful Pokemon alive, was sure to fail and he soon breaks free and creates all types of havoc.
“I will retaliate against you,” Mewtwo says, or perhaps telepathically intimates to his scientific creators as be goes wild.
Only the primary generation of Pokemon are present here, which isn’t a surprise. and therefore the animation style is far different than the more traditional approach wiped out the last millennium, and separate still from 2019’s hyper-realistic Detective Pikachu style. that creates for cuter Pokemon, also as a younger-looking Ash Ketchum battling and having an honest time with friends. We’ll see how faithful this remake is to the first next month: Mewtwo Strikes Back hits the streaming service on Pokemon Day, February 27.