Ranma 1/2 Movie 1: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China
It's just another day at the Tendo Anything-Goes Martial Arts Training Hall - that is, until a strange girl named Lychee and her giant elephant Jasmine arrive to settle a score with lecherous material arts master Happosai. Apparently, a very long time ago, Happosai gave Lychee's great-grandmother half of a legendary scroll guaranteed to bring happiness to whoever was holding it. The women of Lychee's family have been waiting for three generations now, and the prince still hasn't come - but of course, the moment Lychee lets the scroll out of her hands, the prince finally appears. Only now it's Ranma'a reluctant fiancee Akane that's holding the scroll, and the long-awaited prince is only too ready to sweep his lucky bride off her feet. Now Ranma and company have no choice but to follow Prince Kirin's majestic flying barge all the way to Nekonron, China, where they find themselves in a showdown with the Seven Lucky Gods of martial arts!
Ranma 1/2 Movie 2: Nihao My Concubine
Ranma Saotome, an egotistial misogynist, believes himself to be an invincible martial artist--which may be true. However, he has several problems which cause weaknesses in other areas. Most noticeable is the fact that Ranma is cursed: He turns into a girl when doused with cold water, and can only change back with the aid of hot water. Then, there is his arranged marriage to a violent tom-boy (Akane), his two other accidental fiances (Shampoo & Ukyo), his incredibly powerful and stupid enemies, and the fact that all of this chaos has made it difficult for him to concentrate on his highschool homework. This movie finds Ranma and his friends stranded on an island and under attack from a young prince seeking the perfect bride. Can Ranma, disguised in his girl form, infiltrate the prince's stronghold and rescue Akane, her sisters, and his other two fiances? Or will he become obsessed with the Anything Goes Martial Arts Bridal Competition? Hilarious, gender-bending comedy from the master of the absurd - Rumiko Takahashi.