Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie

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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    A sweet and interesting movie
    Watched his about halfway through the series and it was great. It went deeper into the history of Clow Reed and Xiaolang (Syaoran) and I had a better understanding for the second half of the series. Only complaint is that it ad breaks over 10 times, which made it a little hard to enjoy the movie ( I know it's part of crunchyroll for ads, but it was kind of a lot ) but overall a nice movie!
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    First Cardcaptor movie
    This is the first movie and it gives more insight on Clow's past and some of the hardships he had when he was alive and that carried over to when Sakura became master of the book.

    I do recommend seeing the series first or the movie might confuse you a bit. I do prefer the second movie much more though.
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  • Not Bad but Not Special
    Cardcaptor Sakura the Movie is a little Chinese adventure that takes place in the middle of the series that honestly didn't need to be there. It is fine and has some cute moments. However, nothing really important or interesting happens in this movie. I fell like it can be skipped if you are not a superfan.

    Favorite Part: Sakura and Xiaolang's mother. His reaction was pretty amusing.
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  • 2 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    There is a story to this!!!
    Although the anime series is more interesting, this movie goes right along with it. You learn about Clow Reed's past and a particular character that might have been a previous problem to him. To be honest, I remember watching this movie a long time ago and it's a really nostalgic quality story. There's enough that is going on to keep you intrigued although you wish there was more. The first movie ...
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