Well, I got my Pokemon Heroes DVD after school today. After our Debate Club meeting, I came home around 8 and popped in the DVD and it said something like it wasn't compatible. I was then like "Nooooooo!" and then in anger smacked the DVD player and it started to work. Anyways, about the "Special Features." Boy was I dissapointed. I thought the whole Location Scouting in Venice would be something special but all it was was some music and comparing scenes from the movie to the real Venice, which was about 2 minutes long. Most of the Animation Stages were like 5 seconds long, but there were some good ones. The "Characters of Pokemon Heroes" were simply 10 or so pictures each of Kabutops, Aerodactyl, Ariados, Espeon, Latias, and Latios. The "Pokemon Heroes Trivia Game" was of course easy, using the same format as the one from 4Ever. Unfortunately, there is no commentary with the movie this time. This will be the second time they haven't included one like with the 2nd movie, and I am wondering why they always not include one with the best movies. It's not fair! Speaking of Pokemon 4Ever, the clip from the 1st movie DVD, and now this movie, they have added in that same introduction with Brock narrarating. They added some new sound effects and I could tell that Brock had redone the narraration since his voice was a bit different from the 4Ever one. I guess we won't be seeing this intro again since the next movie won't have Misty or those old outfits in it. Maybe they will make a new one with May and Max? What I was really excited about was the remakes of the old Jukebox songs at the end of the movie. They bring back such good Season 1 and 2 memories that I am going to go hunt for the soundtrack as soon as possible. There was the "Pikachu, Ya know there is no other, I choose you" song, the "Pikachu Goodybe" song, and the "You will always be my best friend" song. I am sure (I hope) on the soundtrack they will have some other of the old songs remade. As for the movie, great as usual, but a little short. Of course, the CG was great (whatever happened to that Oscar?) and the plot was okay. Since I had only seen the movie once in theatres, I forgot about some of the parts. The end with Latios dying or whatever it was doing was incredibly sad. But, since they showed Latios and Latias as well as the father Latios several times in the credits and at the end of the movie, I guess that means they are all alive. Okay, I am going to go to bed and await my death since I have to take the Math final tomorrow. Stupid Math! This movie kind of made me feel happy, so I am going to watch it again when I wake up to put me in a good mood.