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I have checked Veoh, Youtube, and Dailymotion. There are not many movies subtitled in English though. I don't think those sites have movie 2 or 7 with an English sub.
It took me a long time to find some of them in the first place and I may not have seen all of them actually...
I tried searching again but the eng subs are gone
Does anybody know where to watch the 9th movie for one piece???
I didn't like movie 8 nearly as much as the real arc... It just seems so weird with so much cut out. I mean yea its gotta fit in a shorter time frame, but the other movies were a continuous script - this took a few lines from like 50 episodes and threw out the rest leaving it kind of jarring and doesn't stand alone.
As to the movie 9 question, I wonder why people over in Japan dont release cam vids of the movie. Do anime movies not get shown in theaters, or are they distributed straight to dvd? Because everything else gets cam recorded and released to the public, why not an anime movie as well.
They do get shown in theaters, but Japan has VERY strict rules about sneaking video cameras into movie theaters or recording them onto cellphones and things like that. I believe they break the camera or phone in question. It's just not worth it to try. It's easier and less risky (and even more ethical, in a way) to buy the DVD and upload the RAW from that.
Last edited by wing_gundam; June 01, 2008 at 11:22 PM.
Thanks Wing, I updated the first post with those two. Now all we need are the two that have not hit dvd yet
but when you copied the link, you only got the short hand so it doesn't load.
i suggest following my link and then recopying the full URL.
The link for Movie 5 doesn't work, and it isn't on daily motion
must have been removed recently b/c i watched it thru that link a few weeks ago
I have all the anime up to the Water 7 arc... I am now hoping that I don't have to go back and find all those missing eps, and just watch streaming video online! I know crunchroll has Naruto, but where's One Piece?