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Healin' Good♥Pretty Cure: Yume no Machi de Kyun! tto GoGo! Daihenshin!! (映画ヒーリングっど♥プリキュア ゆめのまちでキュン！っとGoGo！大変身！！?) is the 29th Pretty Cure movie produced by Toei Animation. The movie was released in Japanese cinemas on March 20th, 2021, while the Blu-ray and DVD versions of the movie was released on July 21st, 2021. The movie features the Cures from both Healin' Good♥Pretty Cure and Yes! Pretty Cure 5 GoGo!.
Let's go to the fun world of "virtual dreams"!!
What are "virtual dreams" though?
Nodoka and the others obtain something known as the "Dream Pendant" which gives them the ability to see holographic images of various things in Tokyo. These things vary from fish to animals to sweets!
The "Yes! Pretty Cure 5 GoGo!" characters also make an appearance~♥ Please look forward to seeing everyone meeting each other!
- Hanadera Nodoka / Cure Grace
- Sawaizumi Chiyu / Cure Fontaine
- Hiramitsu Hinata / Cure Sparkle
- Fuurin Asumi / Cure Earth
- Yumehara Nozomi / Cure Dream
- Natsuki Rin / Cure Rouge
- Kasugano Urara / Cure Lemonade
- Akimoto Komachi / Cure Mint
- Minazuki Karen / Cure Aqua
- Milk / Mimino Kurumi / Milky Rose
- Gashuin Sarena
- Ego Ego
- Both Aida Mana and Hishikawa Rikka from Doki Doki! Pretty Cure make a cameo appearance in this movie.
- The GoGo Cures' roll call sequence is is re-animated to look more polished.
- A short film called Tropical-Rouge! Pretty Cure Puchi: Tobikome! Collab♡Dance Party! starts after the movie ends.
- This is the first standalone movie of the entire Pretty Cure franchise to be released in March instead of in October. It is also the first standalone movie to be released after its TV series ends, as Tropical-Rouge! Pretty Cure would be airing at that time.
- This is because the previous movie, Miracle Leap was delayed several times, in which it eventually came out in October instead.
- This movie marks the first time Cure Dream has used Dream Attack since the end of the first Yes! season, and the only time she has used both it and Shooting Star.