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A look on Supah Mario Burozahsu Cartoons – Part 1

A look on Supah Mario Burozahsu Cartoons – Part 1


So. I have reviewed Sega’s mascot from the
Sega Genesis Sonic, and you’re probably wondering
is that my favorite console? Well, I’ve never actually
owned a console. Sure, I’ve played a Nintendo and Sega
at my friends’ places but I’ve never actually owned
any of them. I think I played the NES
before the Genesis, but what I had at home
were the so called Personal Home Computers known as
the Spectrum and Atari. When it came to that, I favored
the Atari more than anything else for reasons I’m not going to
get into at the moment. But if I were to pick a console…. I think the speed of Sonic
sold me on that part. However, that doesn’t mean that
Super Mario gets to be left out. So, who is this Mario
and why is he Super? The latter may be a little obscure
but lets have a runthrough of who he is: Mario is a Mario is a
psychotic Mario is a
psychotic, murderous Mario is a
psychotic, murderous, greedy Mario is a
psychotic, murderous, greedy, mustached Italian plumber, who has a taller but younger
brother named Luigi, and is tasked with rescuing
a Princess named Peach Toadstool, who rules over a world
called the Mushroom Kingdom, and is constantly kidnapped
by a turtle dragon and his 7 children named King Bowser Koopa which may or may not
result in Stockholm Syndrome, and the brothers effectively crush houses, pulverize civilians turned to stone
by the evil tyrant, rob the treasuries, and stomp to death
the Goomba citizens to get their mission over with. Now where did I get the idea that
Mario’s a murderous psychopath? Well, it’s a theory
someone came up with… Now would you believe
that Japan was first with creating a cartoon
to Nintendo’s mascot. Although it was their
one and only cartoon movie called Super Mario Brothers Super Mario Brothers
The Great Mission to
Rescue Princess Peach And as per tradition, I’ll be sticking with
the original language. But I don’t speak Japanese! Then use the subtitles! Honestly… Released in 1986 by Grouper Studios, the film starts off with
a very familiar setting to any gamer… Mario is intensely focused on
a game in the middle of the night. His brother Luigi comes in
offering some tea but Mario doesn’t notice a thing. Good night, Mario. All of a sudden, his TV goes out and his game is replaced
by a girl battling turtles. Among other things. And suddenly the game
comes out of the TV. Are these your friends? Doesn’t look that way… After a whole lot of commotion,
the Princess introduces herself. Oops, my apologies. You saved me.
Thank you. My name is Princess Peach. Princess Peach? And you, Mario, are a very elegant knight. Wait, how does she know Mario’s name? But the TV isn’t done yet, as the boss rears his head. The Princess continues encourages
Mario that he’s a great warrior. But Koopa’s a bit over Mario’s head. Ma Mari Mario! Mario! You’re starting to embarrass me! Save me! Let me go! He may look like he might eat her, but that could just as easily
be a perverted lick. Mario! Mario! And with the magic
of the Mushroom Kingdom King Koopa takes the Princess
back through the TV. Mario! Please save me! What the…? Hey, you! Get back out here! Get out here! Mario suddenly notices that
Peach dropped her necklace. She sure was pretty. And all of this
before the opening title. The next morning,
we find that the Mario brothers are actually working at a Grocery store rather than fixing pipes. And Mario is still lost in his
thoughts about the Princess. Suddenly, his brother Luigi
gets a good look at the jewel and knows where this gem
may have come from. Of course, it is! Let’s see… See?
Look at this! “This stone will guide its master
to a Treasure Kingdom!” “The fields are filled
with glittering emeralds.” “The water is filled with
silver mushrooms!” “The nights are filled
with diamond stars!” Amazing! Yeah! Let’s go there! Yeah! Where is it? I don’t know! Um… I’ll ask someone! So Mario calls a good friend of his to see if he knows anything
about the mysterious Treasure Kingdom. Hello? Ah, Mr. Mario,
there you are. I’ve been looking for ya. Well, I’ve got something great to give ya,
so I’m coming to pick you up. Bye! Ah, don’t you just love such
omniscient friends like that. They are suddenly met by a strange dog who proceeds to steal
the jewel away from Mario. And the hunt is on! to the sound of rock’n’roll. Thump-thump-thump-thump do it Sauma-sensei rock’n’roll I’m a super-mecha rock’n’roller And the chase leads them to pipes. They land in a strange place, Welcome,
Mario Brothers. and are met by some old hermit. Please pardon the unusual introduction. I have summoned you to the
Mushroom Kingdom for only one reason. To help me! Mushroom Kingdom? Yeah, Mushroom Kingdom… Mushroom Kingdom, you say!? You see, there’s this bad
dragon king named Koopa who lives in the
neighboring Metal Kingdom. He’s still bitter because Princess Peach
turned down his marriage proposal, and has taken it out on our kingdom by trashing it
and kidnapping Princess Peach! To make matters worse,
Koopa used his magic to change the inhabitants of this world
into bricks and plants! How horrible! You 2 are the only ones who can
save our kingdom from this crisis. Please rescue Princess Peach
and restore peace to this kingdom! But why us? Apparently they were prophesied. “Male twins from
the Kingdom in the East.” “Moustached faces
and big buttoned trousers.” “Colorful clothing that’s
darling as flowers.” “Emotionally sensitive,
and in money’s powers.” …….. …….u ……uu …..uum ….uumm …uummM ..uummMM .uummMMm uummMMmm ummMMmmu mmMMmmuu mMMmmuu. MMmmuu.. Mmmuu… mmuu…. muu….. uu…… A bit mellow dramatic? Mario accepts this mission
out of pure love for the Princess. The hermit gives them helpful advice. Furthermore, in order to save
this Kingdom by defeating Koopa, you must obtain the Triforce. Hold on a minute! Since when did we slip into
the Legend of Zelda? Yes, the three items
that wield unusual powers: the Mushroom, the Flower, and the Star! Ok… So they took 3 of the game’s powerups… …and grouped them
under the name from another game… So, with the mission clear
they set off. …We will receive monetary
compensation for this, right? You’ll find gold coin
scattered here and there. Take as many of those as you wish. All right! Well that’s generous. And we are treated to a rock’n’roll
montage of them marching across the land. Yes, yes, gonna love you Yes, yes, gonna love you
(Yeah) Yes, yes, gonna want you But they are not alone. But also Bust you With my love~ On their first night,
Luigi is suddenly struck by hunger. He packed everything
for digging up treasure, but forgot about
an excursion’s worth of rations. However, the Goomba’s
are willing to “help”. I love mushrooms! Then follow us. Bro! I’m gonna go get some mushrooms! But it turns out that these mushrooms
are emotional drugs. But these are laughing-shrooms. Hey, snap out of it, Luigi! Swallow! Why you! WhyYouWhyYouWhyYouWhyYou hyYouWhyYouWhyYouWhyYouW yYouWhyYouWhyYouWhyYouWh YouWhyYouWhyYouWhyYouWhy ouWhyYouWhyYouWhyYouWhyY uWhyYouWhyYouWhyYouWhyYo WhyYouWhyYouWhyYouWhyYou hyYouWhyYouWhyYouWhyYouW yYouWhyYouWhyYouWhyYouWh Why did you do that, man? Now you’ve really made me mad! During this fit
a flying turtle carries Mario away and attempts to
feed him to her young. Luckily, he had a set of mushrooms. A little later, she returns
with his brother and the dog. Wait, kids, this food looks poisoned! Let me test it for you! Owowow!
My tummy hurts! That settles it.
We can’t eat this rotten food. Hey, Mommy!
Can’t ya get us something nicer? Like hamburgers or croquets…? What did you say!? I want cake!
I wanna eat cake! Fine. Fine. Hamburgers! Well, that was smart. They suddenly notice
something in the mountain. One of the magical items
sealed in ice. That’s… That’s part of the Triforce! It must be the Mushroom of Truth! What, like a truth serum..? So, Mario climbs up
and tries to retrieve it. Success! Ooh! Money! And Luigi indulges himself
in the riches spewing out. But of course,
they need to get down from there. And what better way? Crashing right back
into the mushroom valley. But turns out that gold was people. And that magic mushroom is their leader. They receive a
Super Mushroom from Toadette. And another rock’n’roll montage
with the mushroom in use. Over the plains, over the hills~ We are Super They are then met by the Goombas
at a crossroads and ask directions. They are given the choices
Grass Path, Catnap, or Garden Course. The garden course, you say? Yes! The garden course peaked their interest
because a garden has flowers, and flowers was part of their quest. However, there are other flower
in this garden besides power flowers. That’s it! jugem Jugem Jugem! JUGEM! PIPER! Pai and Pai & Pai Pai Pai Pai Pai PAI Out of the fire
into the frying pan. But Mario happens to stumble on a vine and commandeers the cloud. Or at least part of it. Stop, stop, stop… How’d you work this thing? Jugem, jugem,
pipe pipe… Okey, okey.
Go, go. No, wiat. Hey!
Good. Go! More, more. Good, good, good. What? Oh my! After all that,
the second servant appears and gives Mario the Flower of Love. And once again, another rock’n’roll
montage with the flower in use. Hey, hey, hey, hey, cool it Your smile’s attitude won’t stop This includes money scavenging and Mario Ramen. The Goomba’s next plan is
leading them to a treasure cave. Huh? What’s wrong? It’s a coin. Oh, nice, nice! And trapping them. After some time,
Mario starts to daydream about having a romantic moment
with Peach. The day will come someday This is quickly interrupted
by his brother who has been digging out the gold. And evidently leading to their escape. But at some point,
Luigi’s gold nuggets turn to rocks. As he throws out the rocks
one small piece of “gold” still remains. Once in the water, they are,
of course, chased by fish. Oh, and would you believe it,
they can breath under water. They find the star,
but is closely guarded. Leading to a bit of a
ridiculous ruse for it to open… I am such a pretty ballerina, Mr. Clam. Now’s my chance! Gimme the star! Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! To studies on where to tickle a clam. I got it! It’s the Shooting Star of Music! Of Course! A Music Star! But it’s not over yet,
as they are chased by a fish to a ship. Which then sets sail
to reveal an Octopus. Yeah… This probably makes as much sense
as the next scene… Bro! Help me up! Take it! And so they travel through
the stars to some peaceful music, with Mario possessing
all 3 power-ups in his pocket. And floats away When they start nearing the palace Mario’s love took hold
of him something fierce and he goes wild over the steering wheel tearing the ship apart. Meanwhile, the Koopa wedding ceremony
is about to begin. I’ve known some horrific ceremonies
in my days, but seriously? Peach Sweetie!
I’ve been waiting for you! There. The bridal throne! Father, let us begin
the ceremony at once! A strange looking ship is approaching! Ok, still just hanging in there. But not for long. We will continue the
ceremony in the sealed room. Follow me! Mario! Princess Peach! And the new hunt is on! While Mario chases after Koopa and Peach Luigi digs through the castle for
more gold to a classic tune. HAX However, some good
comes out of Luigi’s greed. Princess Peach! And now for the Boss Battle! Mario is reminded of his power-ups and starts to consume them. But it would seem Koopa’s magic
can summon a distraction, making Mario forget about the star, and loses it among
the rubble of the castle. Princess Peach tries to buy
a little recovery time for Mario by pleading for Mario’s life in
exchange for marrying Koopa. But Koopa won’t take that option. …for me in the future. Oops. Oh, Bro, you were here the entire time? See? I found your star. Luigi to the rescue! But Koopa seems to be just a bit faster. But then! Take that! Leggo! Leggo! Leggo! Leggo! Leggo of me! Then the cliff transform
into a paradise and Peach’s castle is restored. Mario remembers something: He returns Peach’s necklace and we find out abou
another tale regarding the gem. Legend has it that someday
I will meet a wonderful prince who has the same necklace. Are you…? I am the prince of the
neighboring Flower Kingdom. My name is Hal. So you are Prince Hal. When I came to see you,
Koopa’s magic turned me into a dog. This, of course,
leaves Mario heartbroken. And so they head on home to some nice soothing music
to their montage. Such is the night demon On days when I cannot sleep And there we have it. 60 minute anime, half of it consisting of
musical montages. And from here on out,
the Americans took over. Stick around and we’ll delve into
their first Super Show.

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