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Digimon Adventure 02 Film: Digimon Hurricane Touchdown!! / Supreme Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals - デジモンアドベンチャー02: デジモンハリケーン上陸 / 超絶進化！！ 黄金のデジメンタル (Dejimon Adobenchā Zero Tsū: Dejimon Harikēn Jouriku!! / Chouzetsu Shinka!! Ougon no Digimentaru)
Digimon Adventure 02: Digimon Hurricane Touchdown!! / Supreme Evolution!! The Golden Digimonetals is the third film in the Digimon franchise. The film is also divided in two parts the first being "Digimon Hurrican Touchdown!!" and the second part "Supreme Evolutions!! The Golden Digimentals". The film is directed by Shigeyasu Yamauchi, while the script is written by Reiko Yoshida, and the soundtrack was composed by Takanori Arisawa.
The Opening theme song for the film is "Target - Akai Shōgeki" by Kouji Wada, which is the opening theme for the anime. While the ending theme is "Stand by Me - Hito Natsu no Bōken" by AiM.
Map of the locations for the film
The film was originally released July, 8 2000 in Japan, as part of the 2000 Summer Toei Anime Fair along with Ojamajo Doremi # the Movie, which was screened between the two parts of the film. This film is not canon to the Digimon Adventure 02 anime series as the previous films were and is the longest film TOEI Animation has created with a run time of 70 minutes. When the film aired in American theaters it was combined with the first two films Digimon Adventure and Our War Game, to make Digimon: The Movie. Most of the plot was changed while the film featured scenes cut from the original. Such as Wendigomon capturing the older Digidestined (Chosen Children) and Willis being responsible for Diaboromon's (Diablomon) creation. The film opened at #5 in American box office and earned $4,233,304 on the opening weekend. A major point for the film was it took place in the United States which at the time was a first for the series. The locations for the film took place in San Francisco, New York, Denver, Indiana and South Dakota. It also featured real world references like the old logo for Amtrak, a well known rail service provider across the United States, a billboard featuring the Mazda MPV and the Mazda B-Series Truck actually appearing in the film.
20th Century Fox acquired the Distribution rights for the Digimon: The Movie version of the film and was released on VHS and DVD on February 6, 2001.
While Davis, Yolei, Cody, T.K., Kari and their Digimon are on vacation in America their older Digidestined have mysteriously disappeared by a mysterious Digimon. While in New York visiting Mimi T.K. and Kari encounter an American DigiDestined named "Willis" being attacked by a Digimon named "Wendigomon". After the fight is over T.K. and Kari tell Davis and the others of what has happened and begin heading for Denver to help Willis and discover his connection to this mysterious Digimon.