Pokémon: The Rise of Darkrai (ディアルガVSパルキアVSダークライ Diaruga Tai Parukia Tai Dākurai) is the tenth theatrical Pokémon film, and the first in the Diamond & Pearl series. It first premiered in Japanese theaters on July 14, 2007, and it later premiered on Cartoon Network in United States on February 24, 2008.
As indicated by the film title, Darkrai, as well as Dialga and Palkia, are the featured Pokémon.
Ash and friends (this time accompanied by newcomer Dawn) arrive at an idyllic village on their way to their next Pokemon contest, where chaos will soon erupt with the prophecy of two Pokemon Gods (Dialga and Palkia) and the arrival of a mysterious, seemingly deadly Pokemon named Darkrai, which has the power to distort space and time.
Pokémon: Giratina & the Sky Warrior (ラティナと氷空の花束 シェイミ Giratina to Sora no Hanataba: Shaymin) is the eleventh theatrical Pokémon film, and the second in the Diamond & Pearl series. It is a direct sequel to The Rise of Darkrai. It first premiered in Japanese theaters on July 19, 2008, and later premiered theatrically in the United States on February 13, 2009. It was distributed in the United States by Universal Studios.
The Reverse World is a world that accepts pollution from the Real World in the form of poison so that the environmental balance of the Real World isn't destroyed by air pollution. Giratina looks upon Dialga and Palkia as its enemies, because the effects of contamination in the Reverse World have increased as a consequence of last year's time-space clash. Dialga, who is resting at a lake, is attacked from the Reverse World by Giratina and dragged to the Reverse World, and Shaymin, who is at the scene, also gets caught up. Escape is impossible for Dialga, but Shaymin manages to escape by absorbing the poison that's all over the Reverse World and exploding. When it does, it opens a hole in the Reverse World, and Dialga and Shaymin escape. While escaping, Dialga places the Reverse World in a time loop, closing it so Giratina can't enter the Real World.
Pokémon: Arceus & the Jewel of Life (アルセウス超克の時空へ Aruseusu Chōkoku no Jikū e) is the twelfth theatrical Pokémon film, and the third in the Diamond & Pearl series. It is a direct sequel to Giratina & the Sky Warrior. It first premiered in Japanese theaters on July 18, 2009, and later premiered theatrically in the United States on November 20, 2009. It was distributed theatrically in the United States by Universal Studios.
Long ago, Arceus granted a fragment of its power as the Jewel of Life to help Michina in the town's hour of need, only to be betrayed when it was time for that power to be returned. After so many years, Arceus is about to return to reclaim its stolen power- enraged, vengeful, and seemingly unstoppable. Not even the combined might of Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina can stop Arceus from devastating all existence across the dimensions. But Ash and his companions, joining forces with their new friend Sheena, May have discovered the only way to redeem that ancient betrayal. Their journey will be both dangerous and uncertain: even if Ash and his friends can set an old wrong right again, will there be time to return the Jewel of Life before Arceus destroys everything and everyone they've ever known?
Pokémon: Zoroark: Master of Illusions (幻影の覇者 ゾロアーク Gen'ei no Hasha: Zoroark) is the thirteenth theatrical Pokémon film, and the fourth and final in the Diamond & Pearl series. It originally premiered in Japanese theaters on July 10, 2010, and premiered theatrically in the United States on February 5, 2011. It was distributed theatrically in the United States by Universal Studios.
The movie's fictitious setting is based on various locations in the Netherlands, and Belgium.
The Pokémon protagonists of this film are Zoroark, Zorua and Celebi; and features the special appearance of the three legendary Pokémon Entei, Suicune and Raikou in their variocolor form.
A greedy, manipulative media mogul seeks to capture Celebi for nefarious purposes, using the shape-shifting Pokémon, Zoroark, to hunt it down.
Ash Ketchum • Pikachu • Misty • Brock • Jessie • James • Meowth • Tracey Sketchit • May • Max • Dawn • Iris • Cilan • Serena • Clemont • Bonnie • Delia Ketchum • Profesor Oak • Gary Oak • Giovanni • Nurse Joy • Officer Jenny