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Cardcaptor Sakura

Season 1 Episode 36

Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie

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Aired Weekdays 4:00 PM Feb 25, 2000 on TV Tokyo
9.3
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Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie
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Just before Spring Break, Sakura captures the powerful Arrow Card. She then wins a free trip to Hong Kong. Sakura and her family head to Hong Kong. It turns out tha Shaoran and Meiling are also there visiting family over Spring Break. Lately Sakura has been having good luck, however Kero is suspicious of it. It turns out that a sorceress wants revenge on Clow Reed for something that he did to her, and since he is not alive, Sakura will have to do!moreless

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  • Even when I'm an adult, I won't forget.

    9.7
    CardCaptor Sakura is a series very dear to my heart. It was the first series I watched in Japanese, the first manga I read, and my introduction to the manga giant known as CLAMP. Tooi kono machi de, the theme song for this film also happens to be my favorite song of all time. It captures quite beautifully one of the themes of the series: don't give up on yourself, look at what you've done-you've lived! and precisely because life is so precious, if you have enough confidence in yourself you're sure to make something of whatever is thrown at you, because you will continue onward to face it.



    Zettai daijoubu da yo.



    The thematic material common to the story is present in this film as well as other staples of the franchise: action, mystery, and adorable character moments. Set across the beautiful cityscapes of Hong Kong, this film carries a charm both of the old world and the new.



    The action is exciting, the comedy is adorable, and the sad moments are truly touching, mainly because Sakura is the kind of character you can't help but root for and love. When Sakura is in pain, so the audience is also in pain.



    This film explores a very fascinating aspect of the CLAMP-verse: the very mysterious Clow Reed through the main villain who seeks him out. Of course, as with all CLAMP villains, things are not as they may appear to be at first glance.



    For the CLAMP fan or the CardCaptor Sakura fan, this movie certainly delivers, offering insight into their other works. Clearly the woman in the film created her own world within the book, and we find out that Clow's favorite theory just happens to coincide with the favorite theory of another CLAMP character. Hmm…



    Coincidence? I think not. ;)moreless
Megumi Hayashibara

Megumi Hayashibara

Madoushi

Guest Star

Kikuko Inoue

Kikuko Inoue

Yelan Li

Guest Star

Chiyako Shibahara

Chiyako Shibahara

Xuehua Li

Guest Star

Kazuo Hayashi

Kazuo Hayashi

Clow Reed

Recurring Role

Tohru Furusawa

Tohru Furusawa

Terada Yoshiyuki

Recurring Role

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