Miramax Films, which discharged the film in North America, depicts the motion picture’s story:
Popular Pokémon mentor Ash Ketchum is in transit to an exceptional water race for Pokémon in Altomare with his dependable partner, Pikachu. Be that as it may, when they arrive, they find there’s greater amusement in progress than the race. Annie and Oakley are a couple of female miscreants resolved to take the almighty gem known as the Soul Dew. Be that as it may, the gem is watched by two particularly cautious Pokémon, Latios and Latias, so the cheats must catch the animals before they can grab the captivated ancient rarity. Annie and Oakley can place Latios in bondage, yet not before Ash and his companions land on the scene.
Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You! (Gekijōban Pocket Monster: Kimi ni Kimeta!), the current year’s new Pokémon film, will open in Japan on July 15. The film’s Ho-Oh Real Escape Game will make a big appearance on July 13.
The up and coming film’s plot recounts the narrative of how Ash (Satoshi) and Pikachu came to know each other. Pikachu was not helpful toward Ash, but rather Ash just needed to be companions with Pikachu. On the day they set out from Pallet Town (Masara Town), them two saw a Ho-Oh flying and made a pledge to some time or another go and meet it.
Satoshi Tajiri is credited with the first work. Pokémon motion picture chief Kunihiko Yuyama is coordinating the film.
“Pokémon! Kimi ni Kimeta!” is the title of the Pokémon anime’s first scene from 1997.