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There's an old tradition of treating children's content with lightness. The usual justification given for making bad children's films is that put anything moving in front of kids, and they will like it (by that logic, there's no need for any specialised content for kids).
And it is this same malady that 'Doraemon...' suffers from, with a substandard story and execution. And it's a greater. »
- Arun Pantit
New Delhi, Sep 15: Here's some good news for children - Walt Disney's animated film 'Doremon In Nobita and the Steel Troops: The New Age' will hit Indian screens Oct 6.
Directed by Teramoto Yukiyo, about an earless robotic cat named Doraemon who travels back in time from the 22nd century to aid a schoolboy, Nobita Nobi.
In the film, Nobita is jealous of his friend Suneo's new robot and asks Doraemon to build him an even better one.. »
- Amith Ostwal
Created by Fujiko F. Fujio in 1969, Doraemon is a Japanese manga and anime series that tell the story of a robotic cat called Doraemon that is sent back from the future to the present day to help a young boy named Nobita. The sender is in fact Nobita's great-great grandson who wants to help improve fortunes of the family. Since its creation, Doraemon has become a cultural phenomenon and an icon of Japanese culture. It became Japan's first official anime ambassador in 2008. I have always been particularly fond of Doraemon, as it was one of the first animes I ever had the joy of watching; and as a child, I often wished I had access to Doraemon's pocket with all those special gadgets. Doraemon: »
3 items from 2011
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