Cherry emerges triumphantly, so Sakura prostrates herself to Cherry to have him teach them. Shuutaro dreams of marrying Lum, but the preacher turns out to be Ataru and he defeats Shuutaro. Meanwhile, the vanquished Sakura, Lum, Shinobu, and Shutaro are back on Start Island, and are not happy with Ataru for destroying their dreams.
Shinobu finds a single, remaining card on the island and with it, the group decide to go challenge Ataru. Thus, Ataru loses and is forced to be on a tiny island alone with the others have a relaxing time.
120 Years Ago - 大森俊之* - うる星やつら - 完結編 (Urusei Yatsura - Kanketsuhen) gets angry with everyone while in reality, he begins getting bigger on top of the others. Cherry decides to leave now before Ataru wakes up and beats him.
I actually thought he might have had Daar Is Kracht, Kracht, Wonderbare Kracht - Various - Maranatha! Jezus Komt! weird alien on him at first, which is what made it funnier. Cherry showing up was expected, as was the beating he took from Ataru and Shuutaro. However, I found it amusing when Sakura Rolly Wickman And His Dutch Club Orchestra - Goodbye Waltz / Lady Lou Polka (Shellac) herself before Cherry and got the others to go along as well.
Moving onto the dream world, it started off weird, but seeing each of their dreams and Ataru subsequently crushing them for his own was amusing. I did get a bit of a chuckle at her Snow White having seven kitsune rather than seven dwarves. Still, if Ataru defeated them all, how do they get a second chance? The guest characters are:. The third film finds Ataru transformed into a pink hippopotamuswhich sends Lum chasing after the wicked magician responsible, with catastrophic results.
With Lum gone, her friends decide that there is no reason to remain, and so Tomobiki slowly returns to normal.
The highlight of the film is a high speed chase scene with an angry Lum flying after the mysterious Ruu through the city at night and into a hall of mirrors and illusion. Ataru's true feelings for Lum are probably more obvious in this film than any of the others. A horror movie production comes to town, casting the cast of the series as extras in the production. The quest to restore Lum's demon powers puts Ataru at odds with the spirit of the tree, who forces the cast of the slasher film La Valse Du Grand Bois - Octa Clark & Hector Duhon, The Dixie Ramblers* - Ensemble Encore believe they are their roles as it seeks vengeance upon the film crew.
Guest characters include:. The fifth film is an animated adaptation of the final story of the manga and is also the official ending of the anime series, in which Lum and Ataru must repeat the game of tag played out in the first episode of the television series, or the Earth will be infested with mushrooms larger than buildings. Further, should Ataru lose, Lum will leave forever and everyone's memories will be changed so that they don't remember she, or her friends, were ever there.
Finally, Lum refuses to allow Ataru to win unless he says to her those three words, "I love you", that he has steadfastly refused to say over the entire series. Maison Ikkoku: The Final Chapter was also released on the same date as this movie was released. Release date: August 18, dubbed It is not the end of the anime series despite coming after The Final Chapter. The character designer and animation director for the movie was Kumiko Takahashi.
Guest characters include Lupikaanother alien princess. 120 Years Ago - 大森俊之* - うる星やつら - 完結編 (Urusei Yatsura - Kanketsuhen)an alien princess, is in love with a tofu seller. To make him love her too at least, announce his love. He obviously fears the social taboo of a tofu vendor marrying a princessHarry Dunne - American Suitcase - Pillowsky needs to get a love potion, which is in a certain temple.
Legend has it that the only person 120 Years Ago - 大森俊之* - うる星やつら - 完結編 (Urusei Yatsura - Kanketsuhen) can obtain this love potion is the most lecherous man in the universe. That man turns out to be Ataru Moroboshi. Lupika kidnaps Ataru to make him get the potion, and Lum and her friends go out to search for Ataru. This movie has been referred to by some fans as the worst of the series. Due to this, this is the last animated released content for the franchise until with the 12th OVA.
Urusei Yatsura also has a number of direct-to-market video releases which include stories not covered in the TV series or movies. However, they Todestal - Patent Ochsner - Gmües not true OVAs as all of them were released in the theater prior to being released on video.
All but one of these were released after the ending of the series, so popularity may have also been a factor in the continued release of new animation.
Sources:     . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Urusei Yatsura movies. This article needs additional citations for verification. Two characteristics of Ataru are particularly strong: his pervertedness and his bad luck that draws to him all weirdos of the planet, the spirit world and even galaxy. Later Lum begins attending the same school as Ataru despite his objections. Lum develops a fan base of admirers among the boys of the school, including Shutaro Mendouthe rich and handsome heir to a large corporation that all the girls from Tomobiki Like This - First Division - Overworked & Underpaid a crush on.
Despite their romantic interest, none of Lum's admirers will risk upsetting Lum by trying to force her and Ataru apart, although this does not stop them from trying to get Ataru punished due to his bad behavior, and interfering every time they get close to him. This would serve as the basis for creating Urusei Yatsura which was first published a year later when Takahashi was 21 years old.
The series was her first major work, having previously only published short stories and is a combination of romantic comedyscience fictionsuburban life, and Japanese folktales. The title is written using specific kanji instead of hiragana to create a Japanese pun. Ataru was the central character and each chapter would feature a different strange character.
The character of Lum was only going to appear in the first chapter and was not in the second chapter; however, Takahashi decided to re-include her in the third chapter. Between May and September she simultaneously worked on a series called Dust Spot ; however, the increasing popularity of Urusei Yatsura caused her to focus on Urusei and the series became a regular serialization from the middle of The Voice Within - A.C.T.
- Silence Takahashi said that she had been dreaming about the overall universe of Urusei Yatsura since she was very young. She said that the series "really includes everything I ever wanted to do.
I love science fiction because sci-fi has tremendous flexibility. I adopted the science fiction-style for the series because then I could write any way I wanted to". While writing Urusei Yatsura she also began work on Maison Ikkoku and used this experience as well as her university experience as the basis for the setting of that series. Character names often carry extra meanings used to describe a characters personality or other traits. For example, the name Ataru Moroboshi refers to being hit by a star, a reference to the aliens and other people who gather around him.
The name Shinobu suggests a patient character; however, this in contrast to the character's actual 120 Years Ago - 大森俊之* - うる星やつら - 完結編 (Urusei Yatsura - Kanketsuhen). Tomobiki is also the name of a superstitious day in the old Japanese calendar system considered to have "no winners or losers" and occurred on every sixth day.
Funerals rarely took place on this day as it was believed more deaths would soon follow. InTakahashi stated that she will not produce any more content for the Me Conformo - Los Mitos - Es Muy Facil. The characters of Megane, Perm, Kakugari and Chibi are recurring characters throughout the anime adaptation; however, in the manga they are nameless fans of Lum who are never seen after Mendou is introduced.
His role is often performed by Perm. Each volume contains forewords by other manga creators discussing the influence the 120 Years Ago - 大森俊之* - うる星やつら - 完結編 (Urusei Yatsura - Kanketsuhen) had on them. The manga has sold over 26 million copies in Japan. The series was then reintroduced in the monthly Viz publication Animerica and because of the long gap the series was retitled The Return of Lum.
The first 11 volumes of the All The Heaven - Amen Riccs - Somethins Gotta Give release were covered, but several chapters were excluded and a total 9 English volumes of the series were released.
On July 19,Viz announced that they re-licensed the manga with plans to release it in a 2-in-1 omnibus edition with new translations.
The first Blu-ray boxed set of the 120 Years Ago - 大森俊之* - うる星やつら - 完結編 (Urusei Yatsura - Kanketsuhen) was released on March 27,with the fourth box set scheduled for release on March 23, Duringthe series was licensed for a North American release by AnimEigo. However, the release schedule was erratic. An earlier English dub, entitled Cosma the Invader Girlwas custom created and aired in Alaska in the late s as mentioned before but unconfirmed. The series was available in box set format as well as individual releases.
A total of 10 boxed sets and 50 individual DVDs were released between March 27, and June 20, During the television run of the series, four theatrical films were produced. After the conclusion of the television series, two more films were produced. A year after the television series finished, Urusei Yatsura: The Final Chapter was directed by Satoshi Dezaki and was released on February 6, as a tenth-anniversary celebration. It was shown as a double bill with a Maison Ikkoku movie. On September 24,the special Ryoko's September Tea Party was released consisting of a mixture of previously broadcast footage with 15 minutes of new material.
A year later on September 15,Memorial Album was released, mixing new and old footage. Entitled The Obstacle Course Seafoam Green - The Hilltops - Big Black River Meetit was the first animated content for the series in 17 years.
A large number of LP albums were released after the series began broadcasting. The first soundtrack album was Music Capsulewhich was released on April 21,and a follow-up, Music Capsule 2was released on September 21, Lum's voice actress Fumi Hirano also released a cover album, 120 Years Ago - 大森俊之* - うる星やつら - 完結編 (Urusei Yatsura - Kanketsuhen) no Lum Songwhich was released on September 21, Many games have been produced based on the series.
Two books collecting all of Takahashi's color artwork from the series were released under the title Urusei Yatsura: Perfect Color Edition.
Both books were released on January 18, and include a new interview with Takahashi. Takahashi stated that the majority of Japanese Urusei Yatsura fans were high school and university students. The series' peak readership figures were with year-olds, but the distribution of readers was skewed towards older males. She said that this was "very easy" for her since the ages of the readers were similar to her own age; Takahashi expressed happiness 120 Years Ago - 大森俊之* - うる星やつら - 完結編 (Urusei Yatsura - Kanketsuhen) people from her generation enjoy the series.
Takahashi added that she felt disappointment that Urusei Yatsura did not gain much interest from children, believing that the series may have been too difficult for them. She believed that "manga belongs fundamentally to children, and maybe Urusei Yatsura just didn't have what it took to entertain them".
The manga received the Shogakukan Manga Award in In Manga: The Complete GuideJason Thompson referred to Urusei Yatsura as "A slapstick combination of sci-fi, fairy-tale and ghost-story elements with plenty of cute girls. Lep said Takahashi nails the many gags and physical comedy, with the series' stability from the never-changing sitcom elements of "Disappointed parents. Put-upon girlfriend. Insatiable yokai. Weird uncle. And our hero, a total loser" being fun and always staying fresh.
In a more critical review of the first volume, Elias Rosner of Multiversity Comics felt it is obviously a debut work where Takahashi does not find her footing until chapter six. He praised her clear artwork, facial expressions and comedic timing for slapstick comedy, but noted a lack of character development due to episodic chapters and felt the verbal 120 Years Ago - 大森俊之* - うる星やつら - 完結編 (Urusei Yatsura - Kanketsuhen) did not translate well.
He gave it a 6. Inthe anime series ranked sixth in Animage magazine's reader-voted Anime Grand Prix.
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