Corrector Yui is a 2010 American animated comedy magical girl science fiction film directed by Masahiro Takeda, produced by Kathleen Kennedy and George Lucas and written by Katie Lucas and Dave Filoni from the anime of the same name by Kia Asamiya.

The film was made as an attempt to bring the anime to the Western market. It was produced by Lucasfilm with feature animation by Lucasfilm Animation in association with Nippon Animation, and released by Columbia Pictures on April 2, 2010 to mixed to positive reviews.

To date, it is the first Lucasfilm Animation production that is not part of the Star Wars franchise.

Storyline

It is the year 2020 and computers have become an integral part of daily life for most people. However, a teenage girl Yui Kasuga is one of the few who cannot use computers at all, despite the fact that her father is a software developer. An evil computer called Grosser wants to take over the ComNet (what the Internet is called in Yui's time) and as the programs that have been developed to stop it (called "Correctors") need her help, she is sucked into the ComNet where she is recruited by a corrector called I.R., who gives her downloadable element suits that allow her to become the ComNet Fairy Corrector Yui who can fight Grosser's computer viruses.

Release Date

  • April 2, 2010

Sound Effects Used

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