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During a championship baseball match, the three brothers hear that their grandfather in Japan is in trouble, and head out to help him, conceding the match. When they arrive in Japan, they must use all their powers to defend him against his ancient enemy, who has returned to exact revenge. Written by
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When the boys are finished ordering the tickets to Tokyo using their grandpas recording from the answering machine, Mori said "Ugly old witch" on the tape. When he was talking to the boys on the phone, he didn't say "ugly old witch." He only said that the nurse was a "witch." See more »
Watching the movie now, yes I could see why it would get horrible scores. but as a 7 year old boy this movie was one of my all time favorites. Me and my brother would watch it all the time. We truly loved it. But that was when I was a simpler person. Back then I would have given it a 10, and now I would have given it probably a 4 or so. But for nostalgic purposes I will put it at a 7. I would easily go back and watch this movie just to relive my good ol' childhood days. It was all cheesily done, but the bad guys had a nice comical touch to it. And I remember enjoying the voice over for the grandpa that the kids made... Oh... those were the days...
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