Pokémon Strange Journeys: Mystery of the Missing Kid (Fake Movie Collab, YTF43)

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Pokémon Strange Journeys: Mystery of the Missing Kid
A bad way to end an already bad movie trilogy.
Genre: Anime
Directed By: Michael Valenti
Based On: Pokémon
My Neighbor Totoro
Distributed By: 1happycats Productions
Release Date: May 30, 2017
Runtime: 1 hour, 20 minutes
Country: Japan
United States
United Kingdom
Language: English
Franchise: Pokémon Strange Journeys
Prequel: Pokémon Strange Journeys: Adventures in Minecraft

Pokémon Strange Journeys: Mystery of the Missing Kid is a 2017 Japanese-American-British animated film and the third and final movie in the Pokémon Strange Journeys film trilogy. It was produced by Satsuki Film Company and released on May 30, 2017, after the fourth season ended. It is a crossover with My Neighbor Totoro.

Bad Qualities


  1. Much like the TV series, this movie rehashes elements from other properties. Most of this movie appears to be a re-hash of Monsters, Inc..
  2. The decision to crossover with My Neighbor Totoro seems questionable, and did we really need Mei being missing again?
  3. Poor writing, with several plot holes and severe padding (again, like in the TV series), though it's mostly boring in comparison to the previous two films. There aren't even that many semi-decent moments like what those films had.
  4. It doesn't feel like a Pokémon film at times, as there doesn't seem to be many Pokémon battles or anything that you would expect from the anime.
  5. Like in the TV series, the narrator says obvious things or things characters are about to say or have already said, however this rarely happens here.

Good Qualities


  1. The art style and animation, while definitely inferior to the source materials, are admittedly nice to look at.
  2. The voice acting for some characters is fairly decent.
  3. The music is actually well done.


  • Rumor has it that 1happycats Productions and Satsuki Film Company gained interest in the characters from My Neighbor Totoro during the production of this movie, which led them to create The Kusakabes and later on, its spin-off The Ogakis. Both shows were better recieved than Pokémon Strange Journeys.




one month ago
Score 1
Nothing extraordinary happens here.


one month ago
Score 1
What do you mean by that?


one month ago
Score 0
I think he's referring to the events of the movie, according to this page's contents as the time of writing this.

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