HUGtto! Pretty Cure♡Futari wa Pretty Cure: All Stars Memories (映画ＨＵＧっとプリキュア♡ふたりはプリキュア オールスターズメモリーズ?) is the 25th Pretty Cure movie, and is the 11th Pretty Cure All Stars movie overall to be produced by Toei Animation.
To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the franchise, the HUGtto! Pretty Cure team joins forces with the Futari wa Pretty Cure team, alongside the other teams as well. The movie was released in Japanese cinemas on October 27th, 2018. The Blu-ray and DVD version of the movie was released on March 6th, 2019.
We refuse to hand over everyone's precious memories!!
Wh・wh・what! Pretty Cure All Stars has suddenly gotten a lot smaller! And the reason for this is because Miden is aiming to steal the "Pretty Cure's Memories"! Once their memories are stolen, it seems they'll forget everything they've ever been through!? And all that remains is "HUGtto! Pretty Cure" and "Futari wa Pretty Cure" who are...in trouble!? I just can't wrap my head around all this! So with our power combined, let's go take back those shining precious memories!!
Movie Exclusive Characters
- Miden - A white teru teru bōzu-like monster that steals the Pretty Cures' memories and powers, which turns them into infants. It also sprouts offshoots that swarm like locusts.
- This is the first crossover movie that premiered in fall.
- All 55 Cures had speaking roles.
- Although all main character Pretty Cures in the TV series return, Cure Echo is noticeably absent, possibly due to her appearing primarily in the All Stars movies rather than any of the Pretty Cure seasons. She did, however, cameo in episode 37 of HUGtto! Pretty Cure that promotes this movie.
- The Miracle Light for this movie is called the "Miracle❤️Memories Light".
- During the release day, this movie was awarded the Guinness World Record title for the "Most Magical Warriors in An Anime Film" .
- According to the official website, it states that "In order to meet the guidelines, each of the 55 characters had to speak and fight using magical powers in the film."
- As the original first season Futari wa Pretty Cure did not have a theatrical feature released during its run, this movie is the first one to bear its name without the additional Max Heart denoting the second season.
- This is the first full-length crossover movie to feature the team of a season that already debuted in the previous movie. However, it's not the first time this happens, as in Pretty Cure All Stars DX: 3D Theatre the Suite Pretty Cure♪ team (sans Cure Muse) is the protagonist again after their debut in DX3.
- This is also the second All Stars movie where all members of the current team are featured. The first time was on New Stage when the Smile team made their movie debut.
- When Cure Princess performs Hawaiian Alohaloe, she is in her normal Cure costume instead of her Macadamia Hula Dance form.
- Ichijo Ranko from Go! Princess Pretty Cure made a cameo appearance, among some victims who had been affected by Miden's powers before reverting back to normal offscreen.
- This movie was used to replace in Delicious Party♡Pretty Cure's time slot during a three week hiatus due to Toei Animation shutting down everything to investigate a hacking incident in their internal system.