Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions (2016)

Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions (2016)

Shunsuke KazamaKenjirô TsudaGregory AbbeyLuis Alfonso
Satoshi Kuwabara


Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions (2016) is a Japanese,English movie. Satoshi Kuwabara has directed this movie. Shunsuke Kazama,Kenjirô Tsuda,Gregory Abbey,Luis Alfonso are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2016. Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions (2016) is considered one of the best Animation,Adventure,Drama,Fantasy movie in India and around the world.

Yugi and Kaiba have a special duel that transcends dimensions.

Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions (2016) Reviews

  • Terrible. Who makes a Yugioh movie without the voice actor?


    I give this movie a 1 because well, the writing is terrible compared to the original series. Secondly, the movie teases you all 2 hours long that Atem (Yami Yugi) will return, but you never hear him speak. There's only still shots that show him but he never speaks and it's a cheap way to cash in on die-hard fans. Secondly, all the characters are one dimensional and serve no purpose. Kibas action in the movie at the end makes no sense at all. I hope my review doesn't spoil anything but if you are going to watch a Yugioh movie, it's only fair that you know you won't get to hear the main voice actor that made the series the success that it was.

  • Hooray!


    A triumphant, big-screen return for Yugi and friends. This film is fun and exciting for those of us who grew up with the original anime, but new viewers won't be disappointed, either. The duels themselves are very fun and exciting, and the wonderfully composed music strengthens them even further. My only complaint is that the film felt a bit too long. For example, there were a couple of scenes that really didn't add anything to the film which could've easily been cut out. Wonderful animation, a surprisingly good story and the usual rhetoric about the power of friendship make this one a winner. Even if you think you've outgrown this franchise, I still suggest seeing this one. I left the theater feeling energized and joyful. Recommended. 8/10

  • Wonderful Movie Dub!


    Without a doubt my favorite thing about this Movie is it brought all the previous voice actors back together to what I consider a wonderful conclusion to the Original Yugioh Franchise. Was it absolutely astonishing? No, not by a mile. But I must admit this movie had a ton of fan-service that always makes me happy to see. Of course this movie isn't for everyone but that doesn't mean it's a fun experience. It's actually much more mature than I actually expected which in my ideal that is pretty nice, especially for long time fans. It's very nicely animated as well, and always a treat is that I think they did a immensely wonderful performance with all the Characters. Sure some fall apart but I think Dan Green did a wonderful job as Yugi Moto again. Of course all speculating of how I think they did a great job, I would say the only flop of this film is it's more directed to the fans, though that doesn't mean you can't get into it. It's plentiful with wonderful characters, unique backstories, and amazing performances. This is defiantly a watch for anybody interested!

  • Awesome continuation from the original series


    This film was one I had been wanting to see for a while. After being somewhat unimpressed with the newer editions of Yu-Gi-Oh!, I was concerned that this movie would not meet up to the expectations of its fans. Boy was I wrong! This film retained the magic of the original series (despite Atem's absence for most of it). The storyline was novel and engaging. I also enjoyed the new gameplay elements that the dimension summoning added. It was really great to see the original gang back together again, with (who I assume to be) the original voice actors. The new characters were fun and had an interesting back story that only added to the lore of the original series. Another great change was the animation. It was modernised and looked very crisp compared to the original series. In some places it looked odd, but that is because I don't really like the animation that tries to make something 2D look 3D (it was mainly for the monsters when they were summoned). It also made watching it feel a bit disjointed since there were different types of animation being utilised. The film came to an excellent climax and did not disappoint. I just wish it was 15 minutes longer so we could see what happens after Atem gives Kaiba that grin!!

  • Surprisingly Impressive


    The thing I can tell you for sure is this: I want more of this. This movie was amazing and it ignited something long forgotten from my childhood in me. This movie is all what gaming is about, and no other series does it better. While it was made to be with more advanced game-play, and not for newer players, it took a risk in being more inclined to a specific audience. And that for me is worth a 10 start in itself. Nowdays movies try to please everyone, and please no one, but they knew their fan-base and gave them something they needed. Also, they nailed it with the quantity and quality. This movies has a lot of content that could peak your interest. I really missed this series and now it proved that, the author's success is well deserved.


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