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Keldeo eventually bumps into {{bp|Ash}} and {{bp|Ash's friends|his friends}} and convinces them to help it free the other Swordsmen. As they try to return to the mines, Kyurem, who's still pretty angry that its battle with Keldeo was left undecided, starts attacking our heroes. {{an|Iris}} and {{an|Cilan}} distract their pursuers while Ash and Keldeo escape the city and return to Kyurem's lair. At the end of the movie, the battle between Kyurem and Keldeo is finally settled.
 
Keldeo eventually bumps into {{bp|Ash}} and {{bp|Ash's friends|his friends}} and convinces them to help it free the other Swordsmen. As they try to return to the mines, Kyurem, who's still pretty angry that its battle with Keldeo was left undecided, starts attacking our heroes. {{an|Iris}} and {{an|Cilan}} distract their pursuers while Ash and Keldeo escape the city and return to Kyurem's lair. At the end of the movie, the battle between Kyurem and Keldeo is finally settled.
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This film is refreshing because it actually focuses on the Pokémon for a change. If you're the kind of fan who hated the fact that the {{bp|M14|Victini movie}} spent so much time on {{bp|Damon}} and the whole “People of the Vale” thing, or the fact that the {{bp|M13|final DP movie}} was basically “{{bp|Grings Kodai|Kodai}} The Movie,” then you'll really like this one. This one's all about Keldeo and its journey from the scared and overconfident kid to a more mature, grounded-in-reality warrior. The Sacred Swordsmen also get a decent amount of screentime and characterization, which is quite remarkable considering they spend ¾ of the movie frozen in ice.
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This film is refreshing because it actually focuses on the Pokémon for a change. If you're the kind of fan who hated the fact that the {{bp|M14|Victini movie}} spent so much time on {{bp|Damon}} and the whole “People of the Vale” thing, or the fact that the {{bp|M13|final DP movie}} was basically “{{bp|Grings Kodai|Kodai}} The Movie,” then you'll really like this one. This one's all about Keldeo and its journey from the scared and overconfident kid to a more mature, grounded-in-reality warrior. The Sacred Swordsmen also get a decent amount of screentime and characterization, which is quite remarkable considering they spend three-quarters of the movie frozen in ice.
    
[[File:M15 pamphlet 1.png|thumb|right|Cilan waving]]
 
[[File:M15 pamphlet 1.png|thumb|right|Cilan waving]]

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