Victini and the Black/White Hero: Zekrom/Reshiram is a double feature movie for Victini, Reshiram, and Zekrom. (Seriously! They're the same f***ing movie, just Zekrom is in The Black Hero, and Reshiram is in The White Hero. It's like they're copying off the games!) The Reshiram movie was meant for whites, and the Zekrom movie was for blacks. It promotes racism and was given heavy criticism for it. It brought shame to Satoshi Tajiri. The movie is about Victini trying to save the world from Dread, a gay nerd who gets beat up in school for liking Justin Bieber and watching Teletubbies. He creates a badass looking sword from scrap metal and plastic. He tries to drain power from either Reshiram or Zekrom to power up his "magic" sword-chainsaw hybrid. Ash, Iris, and Cilan are informed by Victini and one of the dragons, (Reshiram/Zekrom can talk through telepathy. Another thing to get the fantards all riled up for no reason.) so they go to the island where he lives to beat the s**t out of him, but they stop for a coffee break and masturbation first. Dread powers the sword up using one of the dragons, only to find out that it is a decoy created by Professor Juniper. Victini, and either Reshiram or Zekrom nearly destroy him using their signature moves. After that, they pull off his mask, revealing him to be Ruff Ruffman who wants revenge for having his show canceled. He made up everything about Dread. They tried to arrest him, but he escaped and slept with an anime chick. She turned out to be an undercover police officer, and Ruff got served.
--Cameo appearances-- King Grapey-Grape makes a cameo appearance when Ash and co. get on the boat. He asks if "grapey-grape they grapey-grape have grapey-grape grapes." They answer no, and he gets pissed and shoots Cilan in the head and he almost dies. This is a cameo appearance because you can only see it through the window of the boat, and you can barely hear King Grapey-Grape talk. Justin Bieber and the Teletubbies are mentioned when Dread/Ruff tells everyone about his "miserable past."