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Tensou Sentai Goseiger: Epic on the Movie
A movie for Tensou Sentai Goseiger
Goseiger Movie
Release date August 7, 2010
Written by Akatsuki Yamatoya
Directed by Katsuya Watanabe
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Tensou Sentai Goseiger: Epic on the Movie (天装戦隊ゴセイジャー エピックON THEムービー Tensō Sentai Goseijā Epikku On Za Mūbī?) is the title of the film edition of the 34th Super Sentai Series Tensou Sentai Goseiger. It was released on August 7, 2010, double-billed with the Kamen Rider WIcon-crosswiki film Kamen Rider W Forever: A to Z/The Gaia Memories of FateIcon-crosswiki.[1] The film follows the Goseigers as they try to save the Earth from Warstar's surviving members.[2][3] to obtain the Horn of Ragnarok (ラグナロクの角笛 Ragunaroku no Tsunobue?).[4] Like W Forever, Epic on the Movie was also filmed in 3-D.

The film's primary guest star is Sayaka Isoyama as Rashiru, who is the guardian of the Horn of Ragnarok.[5] Isoyama is known for her role as Ran Saotome/Sazer-Visuel in Chouseishin Gransazer. Also appearing in the film is Higuchi-kun, Louis Yamada LIII's boke in the manzai duo Hige Danshaku, as the announcer Katta Higuchi.

Epic on the Movie is the first Super Sentai film to be released on Blu-ray Disc.

Plot

Hearing a strange voice, Alata finds a mysterious girl and asks what is wrong. She introduces herself as Rasil before she runs off. Later as he thinks, Alata and the Gosei Angels are alerted by Datas when he detects Warstar. They head to Hokuto University due to a Warstar attack on a staff member of the mineral exhibit, having lost a rock similar to the exhibit's prized stone. The Landick Siblings realize the stone is a fake as Alata sees Rasil, who has the real one. Confronting her, Rasil reveals the stone is dangerous before they are attacked by Gyōten'ō of the Supernova. The Goseigers transform, but are powerless against Gyōten'ō as Deinbaruto of the Morning Star takes the stone from Rasil and unseals the Horn of Ragnarok (ラグナロクの角笛 Ragunaroku no Tsunobue?) from the two stones before the Warstar aliens take their leave. As the others are learn Hyde finding the Horn of Ragnarok is a doomsday weapon that cause several natural disasters which would destroy the planet, Alata chases after Rasil and learns that she was attempting to stop Warstar from getting their hands on the Horn. Later, Gyōten'ō & Deinbaruto are greeted by Buredoran who assumes his Warstar guise and offers his services before Gyōten'ō gives Deinbaruto the Horn to begin the end of the world. Assuring Rasil that he and the other Gosei Angels will stop it, Alata is joined his allies before they all ambushed by revived phantoms of Warstar aliens who subject them through a series of illusions before Gosei Knight arrives and defeats the phantoms. The Gosei Angels arrive to where Gyōten'ō & Deinbaruto are, transforming into their Goseiger forms to fight them and Buredoran after Gyōten'ō swallows the Horn of Ragnarok. Fighting in both his Warstar and Yummajuu guises, Buredoran uses his Bibi Bugs to enlarge Gyōten'ō after Deinbaruto is destroyed. But with the Dragon Headder damaged during the fight, Gosei Red unable to form Gosei Great. However, Rasil's praying gives the Goseigers the Gosei Wonder Card. Summoning Gosei Wonder, they form Wonder Gosei Great to fight Gyōten'ō. With Rasil backing them up, the Goseigers manage to destroy the alien and the Horn of Ragnarok with Wonder Strike. Later, after thanking Alata and the Gosei Angels for their help, Rasil leaves Earth as the Goseigers wave goodbye with their battle with Warstar truly over.

Continuity and Placement

The only place this movie can occur is between Epic 22 and Epic 23 due to the fact that Gosei Knight treats the Goseigers as his allies (which he first did in Epic 22), and that the Goseigers don't have access to the Abare Headder (which Buredoran starts searching for in Epic 23) or Super Mode (which they gained in Epic 24).

Characters

Goseigers

Gosei Red Alata
Gosei Pink Eri
Gosei Black Agri
Gosei Yellow Moune
Gosei Blue Hyde

Groundion

Gosei Knight Gosei Knight

Allies

Villains

Universal Annihilation Army Warstar

Earth Condemnation Group Yuumajuu

Cast

Suit actors

Gosei Cards

  • Gosei Red - Invisibreeze, Twistornado, Dragon Headder, Gosei Wonder, Wonder Gosei Great, Victory Charge (Wonder Gosei Great)
  • Gosei Pink - Gosei Wonder, Wonder Gosei Great, Victory Charge (Wonder Gosei Great)
  • Gosei Black - Gosei Wonder, Wonder Gosei Great, Victory Charge (Wonder Gosei Great)
  • Gosei Yellow - Gosei Wonder, Wonder Gosei Great, Victory Charge (Wonder Gosei Great)
  • Gosei Blue - Gosei Wonder, Wonder Gosei Great, Victory Charge (Wonder Gosei Great)
  • Gosei Knight - Knight Dynamic

Notes

  • Tensou Sentai Goseiger: Epic on the Movie was also shown as part of the Super Hero Max 2012Icon-crosswiki special event on TV Asahi. [6]
  • The storyline regarding an alien version of "Ragnarok" and a sole female survivor associated with the disaster will be utilized again three years later as the main storyline of Kamen Rider GaimIcon-crosswiki
  • The move used by Gosei Pink and Gosei Yellow to destroy Deinbaruto is the same one that will be used as an Ahim/Luka combo in episode 41 of Gokaiger

References

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