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|Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial|
|Directed by:||Yuichi Abe|
|Produced by:||Tsuburaya Production|
|Written by:||Yuichi Abe|
Tatsuomi Hamada Tao Tsuchiya
|Music by:||Kenji Kawaii|
|Editing by:||Shinichi Suzuki|
|Release Date(s)||December 23rd 2010|
|Running time||100 Minutes|
Ultraman Zero THE MOVIE Super Decisive Battle! Belial Galactic Empire (ウルトラマンゼロ THE MOVIE 超決戦！ベリアル銀河帝国 Urutoraman Zero THE MOVIE: Chōkessen! Beriaru Ginga Teikoku?, lit. "Ultraman Zero The Movie: Super Deciding Fight! The Belial Galactic Empire"), also known as Ultraman Zero: The Revenge of Belial in some countries, is a 2010 Japanese tokusatsu film, part of the Ultra Series to celebrate the franchise's 45th anniversary, and Ultraman Zero's secondary film. It serves as a sequel to Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legend The Movie.
The catchphrases for the movie are "Kaiser Belial had arrived! Zero, counterattack with light!" and "This is our light!".
Having survived his battle against Ultraman Zero from the previous film, the evil Ultraman Belial, now known as Galactic Emperor Kaiser Belial has taken up a new conquest for universal domination. Having gained two allies in his conquest, as well as creating millions of robot servants known individually as the Legionoids and the Darklops, Belial attacks the planet of Esmeralda. Taking the planet hostage and brainwashing the guardian of the planet, Kaiser Belial is victorious in capturing the planet.
Back in Nebula M78, The Land of Light is attacked by one of Belial's robot carriers, containing 3 Darklopses. Luckily Ultraman Zero shows up along with UltraSeven and destroys the Darklopses before they can get away. Tracing the energy where the Darklops came from, the Ultras come to a conclusion that the Darklops came from an alternate universe and therefore are unable to come together to stop them. Ultraman Zero obligates to go by himself to stop Belial, and so the Ultra Brothers and all of the citizens create a travel sphere to send Ultraman Zero to the universe that Belial is terrorizing. Before departing however, UltraSeven gives Zero a newly crafted item known as the "Zero Bracelet," an item that acts as a backup power source should Zero run out of energy when things are in a dire state. It can be used only 3 times.
On Planet Esmeralda, Belial's Legionoid Army is causing destruction and attacking a group of rebels who are trying to attack. Battling against the Legionoids are Nao and Run, two brothers who pilot a vehicle to do battle against the army. When Run tries to save Nao from falling into a volcanic pit, Ultraman Zero arrives and notices the situation the two are in. The bracelet proved to be useful as the suns in that universe are incapable of recharging Ultra beings. As a result, Ultraman Zero uses Run's body as his host and shortly after joining, Zero easily takes out the Legionoids. However, in doing so Ultraman Zero is forced to assume the identity of Nao's brother, Run to both keep the heavily wounded Run alive as well as to conserve energy.
After greeting Nao and telling him of the situation, Zero (as Run) learns that Belial is harvesting the universe for Emeralds, which can be converted into raw energy. Belial is planning on using mass quantities of the emeralds' power in his conquest of the universe. Nao believes that an artifact known as the "Shield of Baraji" is the only thing that can stop Kaiser Belial. Shortly after the truth is realized, the Legionoids attack Run and Nao again but are stopped after the two brothers stow away on an unknown vessel that blasts off into space.
Upon investigating, Run and Nao meet the Princess of Esmeralda, Emerana. They also learn that the ship they are flying on is sentient and is called the "Star Corvette Jean-bird", a spaceship with artificial intelligence that is passed down through the planet's royal family. After being spared from Jean-bird's memory wiping process. Run and Nao make quick friends with Princess Emerana and after Run reveals his identity as Ultraman Zero, the trio and Jean-bird agree to stop Kaiser Belial's conquest by searching for the mythical Shield of Baraji.
Along their way, the heroes meet The Pirates of Flames, A wily crew of hostile pirates that sail throughout a galaxy known as "The Space Nitromethane Sea." With them is their more hot-tempered and feisty bodyguard, Glenfire. At first identifying the Jean-bird with hostility, Run becomes Ultraman Zero for the first time to try and reason with the crew of Pirates. Shortly after, Glenfire and Ultraman Zero battle to prove Zero's innocence, with the fight ending in a standstill and Zero gaining the Pirates' and Glenfire's trust. Suddenly the crew are attacked by Kaiser Belial's Squadron of Legionoids, lead by one of Kaiser Belial's generals, Darkgone. Outnumbered and overpowered by Darkgone's squadron of Legionoids, Glenfire provides information about the whereabouts of the Shield of Baraji to Zero and proceeds to agitate the mass quantities of Nitromethane with his fire abilities and causes a massive explosion, destroying all the Legionoids, scares away Darkgone, and seemingly killing Glenfire in the process.
Now with the location of the Shield revealed, The heroes head off to the 2-D Planet of Mirrors. There they meet another bodyguard to the planet and the Shield known as Mirror Knight (who was corrupted and brainwashed by Kaiser Belial, as seen at the start of the film.). Run transforms into Ultraman Zero a second time and proceeds to battle with the corrupted Mirror Knight and in the process, expels the evil energy from within Mirror Knight, restoring him back to his senses. Redeemed and grateful, Mirror Knight joins the heroes in their journey and informs them of the Shield of Baraji's location below the Planet's surface.
Upon reaching its location, The Shield of Baraji is revealed to be a statue known as "Noa" and a trinket around Nao's neck is all that is left to complete the shield. However, in placing the final piece to the shield, the shield begins to disintegrate into sand as a result of time passing for centuries, shocking and saddening the heroes for their journey being wasted. Suddenly, the Planet of Mirrors is attacked by another one of Kaiser Belial's generals, Iaron, who proceeds to destroy the Planet of Mirrors with the help of several of Belial's ships. In the ensuring chaos, Mirror Knight is defeated and Run is separated from Nao and Emerana and falls unconscious just before attempting to transform into Ultraman Zero for the third and final time.
Awakening, Run finds himself inside of Belial's massive vessel that is still attached to the planet of Esmeralda and is confronted by a scarred and vengeful Kaiser Belial. Reveling in his "victory," Kaiser Belial reveals that he will send thousands of Darklopses to attack the Land of Light out of revenge for what happened to him in the past. Run watches in horror as the Ultras are beaten by Belial's forces but is overjoyed when he learns that Nao and Emerana have survived the destruction from before. Also surviving from the destruction was Mirror Knight, who emerges and frees Run so that he may transform into Ultraman Zero. The Final Battle between Ultraman Zero and Kaiser Belial then proceeds and the two battle to a standstill. However, Kaiser Belial unleashes a Dark Specium Ray and incapacitates Ultraman Zero before fleeing.
Meanwhile, Iaron and Mirror Knight face off in Kaiser Belial's headquarters and Darkgone faces off against Jean-bird, who is running out of power. With no other option, Emerana sacrifices herself to fuel Jean-bird with her own Emerald energy by locking herself into his main engine, allowing Jean-bird to transform into his more humanoid robot form known as "Jean-bot." With Nao's help, Jean-bot destroys Darkgone and Mirror Knight is victorious in killing Iaron as well.
Suddenly, Ultraman Zero finds Kaiser Belial standing atop a mountain of Emeralds he had harvested from planets and Kaiser Belial proceeds to absorb its massive energy qualities, transforming Belial into a towering monster known as Arch Belial. Now physically towering and unstoppable, Arch Belial overpowered and tortures Zero as Mirror Knight and Jean-Bot are unable to stop him. Miraculously, Glenfire returns and rescues Ultraman Zero, as well as reveals that he and the Pirate of Flames also brought along help in the form of the Planet of Mirrors army and Esmeralda's royal guard, whom altogether hold off Belial's Legionoid's and ship fortresses. Arch Belial however intends on destroying Zero and Esmeralda with his enhanced power. Ultimately during the battle with Belial and having all energies in his bracelet used up, Zero's strength is spent and finally dies from exhaustion.
Now understanding the purpose of the Shield of Baraji, Nao informs everyone not to lose hope and eventually, Zero is revived and brought forth by Ultraman Noa, who bestows the Shield of Baraji onto Zero, transforming the Ultra into Ultimate Zero. With his enhanced powers, Ultimate Zero destroys Arch Belial with a bow like specium ray, saving the universe from his tyranny.
With Belial gone for good, tranquility returns to the universe. Princess Emerana reveals to have survived using her energy to power Jean-Bot, the Ultras back in M78 are revealed to have not only survived but has also stopped Belials forces as well, and Ultraman Zero separates from Run's body, allowing him to live a normal life with Nao again. Ultraman Zero proceeds to head back to his home Universe, but has a change of heart when Glenfire, Mirror Knight, and Jean-Bot urge him to stay. Thus, Zero forms "The Ultimate Force Zero" out of the allies and friends he had made along his journey and Zero decides to stay with the group after all.
Ultra Galaxy Legend Gaiden
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- Yuu Koyunagi as Run, one of the main human protagonists in the movie. Kaito Nitta plays as Run's younger self.
- Tatsuomi Hamada as Nao, Run's younger brother. Kaito Kobayashi portrays as Nao's younger self.
- Tao Tsuchiya as Princess Emerana Luludo Esmeralda
- Tamotsu Ishibashi as Hiro
- Yasue Sato as Mina
- Minako Ide as a Grandmother
- Kenro Nanbara as King Emerado
- Yuka Hanabusa as Queen Emelulu
- Maaya Takada as Princess Emeral
Pirates of Flames
- Garu (Portrayed by Sei Hirazumi)
- Giru (Portrayed by Kitaro)
- Guru (Portrayed by Bengaru)
Ultimate Force Zero
- Mamoru Miyano (Suit actor: Hideyoshi Iwata) as Ultraman Zero
- Hikaru Midorikawa (Suit actor: Yoshihiro Rikimaru) as Mirror Knight
- Tomokazu Seki (Suit actor: Daisuke Terai) as Glen Fire
- Hiroshi Kamiya (Suit Actor: Tatsunari Fukushima) as Jean-bot
Susumu Kurobe, Kohji Moritsugu, Jiro Dan, Keiji Takamine, Hiroya Ishimaru, Hatsunori Hasegawa and Hagiwara Sayoko reprises their roles as Ultraman, Ultraseven, Ultraman Jack, Ultraman Ace, Ultraman Taro, Ultraman 80, and Yullian. Hideyuki Tanaka and Tokuma Nishioka reprises their roles as Zoffy and Father of Ultra.
- Hiroyuki Miyasako of Ameagari Kesshitai (Suit actor: Hiroshi Suenaga) as Kaiser Belial, the main antagonist of the film.
- Norio Wakamoto as Iaron
- Taiyo Kawashita as Darkgone
- "Susume! Ultraman Zero" (すすめ！ウルトラマンゼロSusume! Urutoraman Zero?, "Let's Go! Ultraman Zero")
- Artist: voyager
- Ending theme
- "Unmei no Shizuku ~Destiny's star~" (運命のしずく～Destiny's star～?, "Drop of Fate ~Destiny's star~")
- Artist: GIRL NEXT DOOR
- All of the new characters in the film except Darkclops are based on the protagonists and antagonists of the Tsuburaya Productions' Television programs: Fireman, Mirrorman, and Jumborg Ace. Many other moments and events of the movie are based off of other Tsuburaya hero productions.
- Garu's actor: Hiraizumi Sei, previously played SAF member Dr. Futoshi Chiba from Fireman.
- This movie was later featured in Ultraman Retsuden episodes 21-25, New Ultraman Retsuden Episodes 99-104 and Ultraman Zero: The Chronicle Episodes 2-6.