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Who Framed Detective Pikachu?

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What a world. American cinema seems to be trying just about everything these days. Never did I ever think that Hollywood would attempt a live-action Pokemon movie. Thanks to computer animation, there are no limits to the imagination in the silver screen. Geek culture has also risen in ascendance, with obsessions that were once obscure and derided now made hip and bankable. The very existence of Detective Pikachu reveals just how far…

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Sansu the Cat

I write about art, life, and humanity. M.A. Japanese Literature. B.A. Spanish & Japanese. email: sansuthecat@yahoo.com

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