The allure of Pokémon brightly colored, hyperkinetic critters with a bewildering array of superpowers can be summed up in the brilliantly venal marketing campaign. "Gotta catch 'em all" appeals to
the budding speculator in every red-blooded capitalist-in-training. It's certainly not the quality of their animated adventures; the Pokémon may be cute, but the cartoons are simplistic and lazily animated. This second Pokémon feature, subtitled "The Power of One," is no better than
the first, a clichéd collection of mystical gobbledy-gook ("Disturb not the harmony of fire, ice and lightning..."), hoary Japanese monster-movie acti...