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Would you watch a Pokémon Nature documentary film? Just imagine Warner Bros spending all that Detective Pikachu money to finance the next logical step for a sequel and get the guys behind the BBC Earth documentary series help with the movie.

Also, the cozy Pokémon world building scenes were the best parts of the DP movie.

Also, let the voice actor who plays the narrator of the Pokémon anime be the narrator of the nature doc.
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>>38571371
I would give them 200% of my money.
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>>38571371
A full two hours of this with live action style CGI would be awesome.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MynNG2IRZDI
They get David Attenborough to narrate and it'd be pure kino.
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>>38571371
Take all of my money now.
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That's a really cool idea but it will never happen. Kids movies that are fake documentaries or without dialogue always get fucked up by executives
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>>38571428
Not when it’s
>Pokémon
And
>The Pokémon Company has full control of the project
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Maybe if they only used gen 1-4 mons, where you could actually imagine the Pokemon in nature
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>>38571447
Nah, you can find unnatural looking mons in every gen, it'd be matter of just choosing what mons to use from each gen wisely.
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>>38571447
This
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>>38571371
I'd watch it, but most people wouldn't.
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>>38571715
Pokémon prints money.
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>>38571371
I would prefer for these aspects to be included in the games, and maybe a documentary "trailer" to advertise them.
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>>38571715
Most people don't watch most things.
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>>38571791
They do
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most are demanding it
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>>38571371
https://youtu.be/S6UMlSbiZpU
So basically, a live action version of this but with the Pokémon designs from Detective Pikachu?
I’m okay with that
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Been saying that since it launched, I'd kill for a natural Pokémon world documentary narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
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>>38573680
It could be Sir David, Morgan Freeman, Idris Elba, the original Pokémon narrator, I don’t care if Ryan Reynolds narrates throughout the nature doc, I just want it to happen.
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This is all I've wanted since those Pokemon Go trailers

Narrated by David Attenborough/Stephen Fry
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>>38571371
Sure, why not?
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>>38571371
>Also, the cozy Pokémon world building scenes were the only good parts of the DP movie.
Ftfy
>>38571421
>>38573680
>>38573705
We have a limited amount of time with him left and you want him wasting his time narrating a corporate product?
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>>38571447
>hitmonlee
>magnemite
>unown
>chimecho
>rotom
>natural
Fuck off.
Genwar denied.
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>>38573680
>>38573699
>Sir
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>BBC nature documentary on Pokemon
Fuck you OP now this idea is planted in my brain and I want it so fucking badly.
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>>38574572
>NO FURSUITS?? THEN I, SIR, AM UNINTERESTED
shocker...
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>Walking With Dinosaurs but Pokémon
Give it to me...
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>>38575154
But we also have to make sure that The Pokémon Company sticks to its guns and make sure it doesn’t end up like Walking With Dinosaurs and make the Pokémon talk (with the exception of Lucario and Mewtwo). Also have the human element limited to Pokémon catching and the occasional Pokémon trainer battle
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>>38573680
>>38573705
Only if it has the part near the end where he scolds us for polluting. For authenticity.
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>>38575801
Replace that with Mewtwo’s bullshit



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