Pokemon went into films production since 1998. Various types of movies were produced based on the initial production of 1998 in Japan. The film series vary as some were based on the advanced generation series as well as the Pokemon anime series, diamond series, diamond and pearl series, as well as the XY series.
Places the movies were produced were on real locations out of Japan. Various films produced go deeper than those movies they shoot on television. Usually the battles fought in these movies were between goods and evils. Greedy people would always use Pokemon for their evil practices as against the Ash, which relies on partners and friends of Pokemon friends to fight back. This has always been the core issues of most of the films produced under different series.
Since 1998, several films were produced and the movies keep on improving and getting better as well. With the time, the numbers of films they have produced are now large enough that it may not be easy to write about all of them here. It is right to say that there is a universe of Pokemon films. Here are some of the Pokemon films.
The first movie was produced in 1998. The movie was first released as pocket monsters the movie: mewtwo strikes back and this was in the year 1998. The movie belonged to the animated series and it was directed by chief director of its television anime series by name Kunihiko Yuyama. This movie paved the way for others that followed later.
The Movie 2000
This movie was actually done in the year 1999. This film was produced from Japan and the name given to it was Monsters the Movie: Revelation Lugia. The same person who directed the first production also directed the film. This movie was unique, because it featured different new Pokemon such as Slowking and lugia. The movie was also very successful just as the first one released a year earlier.
Pokemon 3: The 2000 Movie
The third movie in their series was released in the year 2000. The movie was released in different languages starting from the Japanese. The movie was titled Pocket Monsters the Movie: Lord of the UNKNWON tower ENTEI. Kunihiko Yuyama directed the Japanese version of that movie. This is the third Pokemon production he was directing for the company.