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In the ensuing chaos, the Ghost Ship takes heavy fire from Fake GokaiOh in an effort to hit GokaiOh. When Fake GokaiOh is about to fire its main cannon at the now cornered space pirates, the Gokaigers summon Variblune, Pat Striker, Magi Dragon, Geki Tiger and Dragon Headder to slam into Fake GokaiOh, sending it tumbling into the skull figurehead's mouth, then exploded just seconds later Ghost Ship before the Ghost Ship did, with Magi GokaiOh safely flying away. Back aboard the Gokai Galleon, the crew is having a hearty dinner to celebrate the victory when Gai arrived, curious about the events and was disappointed when Marvelous told him that the God Eye was fake (which was a lie). Navi went on to spin a speech about "teammates", sending Gai into a depression when she told him that "six members" didn't had the same ring as "five members.
 
In the ensuing chaos, the Ghost Ship takes heavy fire from Fake GokaiOh in an effort to hit GokaiOh. When Fake GokaiOh is about to fire its main cannon at the now cornered space pirates, the Gokaigers summon Variblune, Pat Striker, Magi Dragon, Geki Tiger and Dragon Headder to slam into Fake GokaiOh, sending it tumbling into the skull figurehead's mouth, then exploded just seconds later Ghost Ship before the Ghost Ship did, with Magi GokaiOh safely flying away. Back aboard the Gokai Galleon, the crew is having a hearty dinner to celebrate the victory when Gai arrived, curious about the events and was disappointed when Marvelous told him that the God Eye was fake (which was a lie). Navi went on to spin a speech about "teammates", sending Gai into a depression when she told him that "six members" didn't had the same ring as "five members.
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==Continuity and Placement==
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*Judging by the release date, this movie likely takes place between episode [[Ep. 23: People's Lives are the Future of the Earth|23]] and [[Ep. 24: Foolish Earthlings|24]]; it can occur anytime between [[Ep. 19: Armor of the 15 Warriors|episode 19]] (due to Gai's introduction running into three-straight episodes) and [[Ep. 25: Pirates and Ninjas|episode 25]] (the beginning of the ''Hurricaneger'' cross-over which gives the team their next power-up)
   
 
==Characters==
 
==Characters==
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*{{nihongo|[[Development Technical Officer Insarn]]|開発技官インサーン|Kaihatsu Gikan Insān|Voice}}: {{nihongo|[[Kikuko Inoue]]|井上 喜久子|Inoue Kikuko}}
 
*{{nihongo|[[Development Technical Officer Insarn]]|開発技官インサーン|Kaihatsu Gikan Insān|Voice}}: {{nihongo|[[Kikuko Inoue]]|井上 喜久子|Inoue Kikuko}}
 
*{{nihongo|[[Special Duty Officer Barizorg]]|特務士官バリゾーグ|Tokumu Shikan Barizōgu|Voice}}: {{nihongo|[[Gaku Shindo]]|進藤 学|Shindō Gaku}}
 
*{{nihongo|[[Special Duty Officer Barizorg]]|特務士官バリゾーグ|Tokumu Shikan Barizōgu|Voice}}: {{nihongo|[[Gaku Shindo]]|進藤 学|Shindō Gaku}}
* Narration, [[Arsenal (Gokaiger)|Voice of Gokaiger Arsenal]]: {{nihongo|[[Tomokazu Seki]]|関 智一|Seki Tomokazu}}
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* [[Narration]], [[Arsenal (Gokaiger)|Voice of Gokaiger Arsenal]]: {{nihongo|[[Tomokazu Seki]]|関 智一|Seki Tomokazu}}
 
===Guest Cast===
 
===Guest Cast===
 
*{{nihongo|[[Los Dark]]|ロスダーク|Rosu Dāku|Voice}}: {{nihongo|[[Kenji Utsumi]]|内海 賢二|Utsumi Kenji}}
 
*{{nihongo|[[Los Dark]]|ロスダーク|Rosu Dāku|Voice}}: {{nihongo|[[Kenji Utsumi]]|内海 賢二|Utsumi Kenji}}
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* [[Gokai Silver]]: {{nihongo|[[Daisuke Satō]]|佐藤 太輔|Satō Daisuke}}
 
* [[Gokai Silver]]: {{nihongo|[[Daisuke Satō]]|佐藤 太輔|Satō Daisuke}}
 
* [[Los Dark]]: {{nihongo|[[Masaaki Kurita]]|栗田 政明|Kurita Masaaki}}<ref>http://www.kurata-pro.com/member/tokyo/masaaki_kurita.html</ref>
 
* [[Los Dark]]: {{nihongo|[[Masaaki Kurita]]|栗田 政明|Kurita Masaaki}}<ref>http://www.kurata-pro.com/member/tokyo/masaaki_kurita.html</ref>
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==Gokai Changes==
 
==Gokai Changes==
 
*[[Gokai Changes]] in ''Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger The Movie: The Flying Ghost Ship'':
 
*[[Gokai Changes]] in ''Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger The Movie: The Flying Ghost Ship'':
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**[[Gokai Silver]] - N/A
 
**[[Gokai Silver]] - N/A
 
*With this movie, Luka has transformed into both of her male non-Yellow Ranger counterparts at least once.
 
*With this movie, Luka has transformed into both of her male non-Yellow Ranger counterparts at least once.
*Marvelous' solo change into Red Hawk while the others transform into the Dekarangers reference how their [[Choujin Sentai Jetman|respective]] [[Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger|series]] first started out.
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*Marvelous' solo change into Red Hawk while Joe, the girls and Don transform into the Dekarangers reference how their [[Choujin Sentai Jetman|respective]] [[Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger|series]] first started out.
 
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The Flying Ghost Ship - Battle Fever J.jpg|Battle Fever J
 
The Flying Ghost Ship - Battle Fever J.jpg|Battle Fever J
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**[[Gokai Green]] - [[Midorenger]]
 
**[[Gokai Green]] - [[Midorenger]]
 
**[[Gokai Pink]] - [[Momorenger]]
 
**[[Gokai Pink]] - [[Momorenger]]
 
==Continuity and Placement==
 
*Judging by the release date, this movie likely takes place between episode [[Ep. 23: People's Lives are the Future of the Earth|23]] and [[Ep. 24: Foolish Earthlings|24]]; it can occur anytime between [[Ep. 19: Armor of the 15 Warriors|episode 19]] (due to Gai's introduction running into three-straight episodes) and [[Ep. 25: Pirates and Ninjas|episode 25]] (the beginning of the ''Hurricaneger'' cross-over which gives the team their next power-up)
 
   
 
== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
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*With the appearance of [[G3 Princess]] from ''[[Engine Sentai Go-Onger]]'' in the film, it allows two of it's three members to appear in two of the three Gokaiger movies.
 
*With the appearance of [[G3 Princess]] from ''[[Engine Sentai Go-Onger]]'' in the film, it allows two of it's three members to appear in two of the three Gokaiger movies.
 
**[[Saki Rouyama]] previously appeared in ''[[Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle]]'', where she gave the Go-Onger Greater Power to the Gokaiger.
 
**[[Saki Rouyama]] previously appeared in ''[[Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle]]'', where she gave the Go-Onger Greater Power to the Gokaiger.
**[[Water Pollution Minister Kegalesia]] appears again in ''{{TK|Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie}}'' as a prisoner alongside the other Gaiark ministers.
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**[[Water Pollution Minister Kegalesia]] appears again in ''{{TK|Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie}}'' as a prisoner alongside the other Gaiark Ministers.
***While she doesn't appear in another movie, [[Miu Sutou]] appears again as one of the Warriors we see getting their powers back in ''[[Final Ep.: Farewell Space Pirates]]''.
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**While she doesn't appear in another movie, [[Miu Sutou]] appears again as one of the Warriors we see getting their powers back in ''[[Final Ep.: Farewell Space Pirates]]''.
 
*Like ''[[Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle]]'', several older Sentai songs were used during certain scenes in the movie:
 
*Like ''[[Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle]]'', several older Sentai songs were used during certain scenes in the movie:
 
**''[[Battle Fever J (song)|Battle Fever J]]'': Used when the Gokaiger use the Battle Fever J keys against the [[Combined Combatant]]. (coincidentally, [[Shirou Akebono]] (Battle Kenya), the granter of the Greater Power, would appear in [[Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie|the next crossover film]])
 
**''[[Battle Fever J (song)|Battle Fever J]]'': Used when the Gokaiger use the Battle Fever J keys against the [[Combined Combatant]]. (coincidentally, [[Shirou Akebono]] (Battle Kenya), the granter of the Greater Power, would appear in [[Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger vs. Space Sheriff Gavan: The Movie|the next crossover film]])
 
**''[[Himitsu Sentai Gorenger (song)|Himitsu Sentai Gorenger]]'': Used during the Gokaiger (as Gorenger) during their match with [[Baseball Mask]]. ([[Tsuyoshi Kaijou]] already granted the Greater Power in [[Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle|the previous film]])
 
**''[[Himitsu Sentai Gorenger (song)|Himitsu Sentai Gorenger]]'': Used during the Gokaiger (as Gorenger) during their match with [[Baseball Mask]]. ([[Tsuyoshi Kaijou]] already granted the Greater Power in [[Gokaiger Goseiger Super Sentai 199 Hero Great Battle|the previous film]])
**''[[G3 Princess Lap -PRETTY LOVE☆Limited-]]'': Used when G-3 Princess manipulate Baseball Mask into missing the ball during the baseball match.
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**''[[G3 Princess Lap -PRETTY LOVE☆Limited-]]'': Used when G3 Princess manipulate Baseball Mask into missing the ball during the baseball match.
 
*The first imaginary dimension in this movie and the dimension that appeared in ''[[Engine Sentai Go-Onger vs. Gekiranger]]'' are likely the same place.
 
*The first imaginary dimension in this movie and the dimension that appeared in ''[[Engine Sentai Go-Onger vs. Gekiranger]]'' are likely the same place.
 
*The battle between [[Gokaigers]] (as Gorengers) and [[Baseball Mask]] is an exact remake of episode 53 from ''[[Himitsu Sentai Gorenger]]'', except for the [[G3 Princess]] appearance (none of whom, funnily enough, were born when any of Gorenger's episodes aired).
 
*The battle between [[Gokaigers]] (as Gorengers) and [[Baseball Mask]] is an exact remake of episode 53 from ''[[Himitsu Sentai Gorenger]]'', except for the [[G3 Princess]] appearance (none of whom, funnily enough, were born when any of Gorenger's episodes aired).
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*The Gokaigers battle with the gathering of ''Super Sentai'' combatants had a ''[[Kamen Rider]]'' equivalent several months before in ''{{KR|Kamen Rider OOO}}'' {{KR|1000, the Kamen Riders, and the Birthday|episode 28}}, where {{KR|Eiji Hino|OOO}} fights against the {{KR|Combatman Yummy}} army consisting of the henchmen fought by the [[Kamen Riders]] over the years.
 
*The Gokaigers battle with the gathering of ''Super Sentai'' combatants had a ''[[Kamen Rider]]'' equivalent several months before in ''{{KR|Kamen Rider OOO}}'' {{KR|1000, the Kamen Riders, and the Birthday|episode 28}}, where {{KR|Eiji Hino|OOO}} fights against the {{KR|Combatman Yummy}} army consisting of the henchmen fought by the [[Kamen Riders]] over the years.
 
*This is the only summer film that doesn't have either its corresponding series' theme song or an movie-exclusive mecha.
 
*This is the only summer film that doesn't have either its corresponding series' theme song or an movie-exclusive mecha.
*It is the only non-VS series to feature an appearance of a ranger from a previous season.
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*It is the only non-VS series to feature an appearance of a ranger from a previous season.
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*Earlier drafts of the baseball match which saw the [[Gokaigers]] [[Gokai Changes|becoming]] the [[Gorengers]] to face [[Baseball Mask]] featured [[Dynamen|Dynaman]] in a nod to their initially baseball-themed costumes. Writer [[Naruhisa Arakawa]] also considered drawing a connection to the [[Dairangers]]' through [[Ep. 24: The 3 Stooges' Super Baseball!|their match]] against the [[Three Gorma Stooges]].<ref>''[[Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger the Movie: The Flying Ghost Ship]]'' - Pamphlet interview with [[Naruhisa Arakawa]]</ref>
   
 
==DVD/Blu-ray releases==
 
==DVD/Blu-ray releases==

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Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger The Movie: The Flying Ghost Ship (海賊戦隊ゴーカイジャーTHE MOVIE 空飛ぶ幽霊船 Kaizoku Sentai Gōkaijā Za Mūbī Sora Tobu Yūreisen) is the title of the film edition of the 35th Super Sentai Series Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger. It was released on August 6, 2011, double-billed with the Kamen Rider OOOIcon-crosswiki film Kamen Rider OOO Wonderful: The Shogun and the 21 Core MedalsIcon-crosswiki. The film follows the Gokaigers deal with revived enemies, such as Agent Abrella and Baseball Mask as well as the Combined Combatant (合体戦闘員 Gattai Sentōin), under the captain of a ghost ship named Los Dark (ロスダーク Rosu Dāku) while looking for the legendary treasure called the God Eye (ゴッドアイ Goddo Ai) which grants any kind of wish. The film also features the evil movie-exclusive robot Fake Gokaioh (にせゴーカイオー Nise Gōkaiō) piloted by Los Dark.

PlotEdit

Gokai film title

Title card.

While on his morning jog, Gai Ikari (after breaking the fourth wall) finds the sky suddenly turning dark as a massive skeleton-decorated ship emerges from the storm clouds. Becoming Gokai Silver to investigate in GoZyuRex, Gai is shocked to find what seemed to be GokaiOh appearing from the ship, who soon attacked him. Defeating GoZyuJin, Fake GokaiOh jumps back to the ship after telling Gai to send the Gokaigers to the ship as it immediately disappears. Later, aboard the Gokai Galleon, the crew identify the mysterious vessel as a cosmic-sailing ghost ship that travels the universe, picking up the souls of the dead. Rumors have said that this ghost ship to carry a fabled treasure known as the God Eye, which can grant any wish to its holder. Seeing this as a better opportunity to obtain the Greatest Treasure in the Universe, the Gokai Galleon crew embark on a voyage to find the ghost ship and acquire the God Eye. The Gokai Galleon locates the ghost ship and makes port in its skull figurehead's mouth. After encountering a trio of annoying ghosts and getting unintentional directions from them, the Gokai Galleon crew reach the ship's main bridge and see the God Eye resting on the left eye socket of a giant skull. However, they are stopped by the ship's captain, Los Dark, who opens the skull's mouth and whisks the pirates into a dimensional underworld. The crew wind up at a park, finding themselves surrounded by ghosts of previous Super Sentai enemy grunts. After the Gokaigers take down several of them, the remaining members from each grunt group merge to form the Combined Combatant.

Though it proves an impressive display of attacks, the Combined Combatant proves to be unstable due to internal conflicting among the grunts composing him. Taking advantage, the Gokaigers use the Battle Fever J Keys to destroy the Combined Combatant with the Penta Force Cannon, the explosion sending them to a baseball stadium, where they confront Baseball Mask of the Black Cross Army who challenges them to a game of baseball. Using the Gorenger Keys, the Gokaigers execute the Gorenger Hurricane's Cheer Girl verison, which took the form of a baseball. The Gokaigers score two strikes, and the third one being a distraction move using the G3 Princess trio, with the Gorenger Hurricane conking Baseball Mask on the head, oddly sticking there. The resulting explosion from Baseball Mask's demise sends the Gokaigers into yet another dimension, where they are attacked by Agent Abrella and his Mechanoid army. Since the dimensional portal in the sky is nearly closing, the crew decides to be a distraction with the Dekaranger Keys while Captain Marvelous uses the Red Hawk Key to fly through the portal back into the ghost ship.

After an epic battle against Los Dark, learning that it can grant only one wish from earlier, Captain Marvelous grabs the God Eye (by using the explosion caused by his and Los Dark's Final Wave-like attacks) and wishes for his crew's safe return as the God Eye is reduced to a powerless stone before being shattered. Though defeated by the Gokaigers' Gokai Blast and Slash Final Wave (where the attacks turn into the Gorengers), Los Dark reforms, then summons Fake GokaiOh as the Gokaigers form GokaiOh to engage their opponent in battle from on the Ghost Ship's mast to the its deck.

In the ensuing chaos, the Ghost Ship takes heavy fire from Fake GokaiOh in an effort to hit GokaiOh. When Fake GokaiOh is about to fire its main cannon at the now cornered space pirates, the Gokaigers summon Variblune, Pat Striker, Magi Dragon, Geki Tiger and Dragon Headder to slam into Fake GokaiOh, sending it tumbling into the skull figurehead's mouth, then exploded just seconds later Ghost Ship before the Ghost Ship did, with Magi GokaiOh safely flying away. Back aboard the Gokai Galleon, the crew is having a hearty dinner to celebrate the victory when Gai arrived, curious about the events and was disappointed when Marvelous told him that the God Eye was fake (which was a lie). Navi went on to spin a speech about "teammates", sending Gai into a depression when she told him that "six members" didn't had the same ring as "five members.

Continuity and PlacementEdit

  • Judging by the release date, this movie likely takes place between episode 23 and 24; it can occur anytime between episode 19 (due to Gai's introduction running into three-straight episodes) and episode 25 (the beginning of the Hurricaneger cross-over which gives the team their next power-up)

CharactersEdit

GokaigersEdit

Gokai Red Captain Marvelous
Gokai Blue Joe Gibken
Gokai Yellow Luka Millfy
Gokai Green Don Dogoier
Gokai Pink Ahim de Famille
Gokai Silver Gai Ikari

VillainsEdit

Dream CameoEdit

G3 Princess returns in Gokaiger Movie

G3 Princess

G3 Princess


CastEdit

Guest CastEdit


Suit actorsEdit

Gokai ChangesEdit

Ranger Key SummonsEdit

Goranger summon

Gokai Blast and Slash: Gorenger version

Notes Edit

DVD/Blu-ray releasesEdit

GokaiGhostShip-BRCover

Blu-ray cover

Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger the Movie: The Flying Ghost Ship was released on DVD and Blu-ray on February 21, 2012, the same day as the release of Volume 8 of the Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger TV series. [4]

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