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Doraemon: Nobita and the Green Giant Legend (2008)
"Doraemon: Nobita to midori no kyojinden" (original title)

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Nobita finds a small plant still in a container at an abandoned area and decides to take it home. His mother asks him not to put it on their garden because it won't have space to properly ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Wasabi Mizuta ...
Doraemon (voice)
Megumi Oohara ...
Nobita Nobi (voice)
Yumi Kakazu ...
Subaru Kimura ...
Takeshi Goda / Jaian (voice)
Tomokazu Seki ...
Suneo Honekawa (voice)
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Reeji (voice)
Chiaki ...
Dorami (voice)
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Shiraa (voice)
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Jii (voice)
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Nobita Nobi (voice)
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Suneo Honekawa (voice)
Shihoko Hagino ...
Dekisugi (voice)
Maki Horikita ...
Queen Rire (voice)
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Doraemon (voice)
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Nobita finds a small plant still in a container at an abandoned area and decides to take it home. His mother asks him not to put it on their garden because it won't have space to properly grow. Therefore he asks Doraemon for help. The robot cat then uses a special plant converter from the future that will allow the plant to move freely without the need to form roots attached to the ground. Named "Kibou" (Hope), the small green creature gleefully plays with Nobita and his friends. The group is taken by surprise when they are suddenly transported to another planet governed by a society of plant beings. Doraemon and his friends then discover that due to mankind's mistreatment of nature, the green population is planning to remove all plants from Earth. They must now return home and find a way to save the world. Written by ONS3Tnow

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This opened as the number-one movie in its native Japan, with a US$5 million (¥517 million) take. See more »

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Princess Lire was the scariest Doraemon princess I've ever saw!!!
24 August 2013 | by (Sugar Rush) – See all my reviews

Nobita finds a small plant still in a container at an abandoned area and decides to take it home. His mother asks him not to put it on their garden because it won't have space to properly grow. Therefore he asks Doraemon for help. The robot cat then uses a special plant converter from the future that will allow the plant to move freely without the need to form roots attached to the ground. Named "Kibou" (Hope), the small green creature gleefully plays with Nobita and his friends. The group is taken by surprise when they are suddenly transported to another planet governed by a society of plant beings. Doraemon and his friends then discover that due to mankind's mistreatment of nature, the green population is planning to remove all plants from Earth. They must now return home and find a way to save the world.

I Know that This Anime movie arguably feels like "The Lorax" movie, which came out in 2012 in America, and It wasn't as fun as I thought, because It's about saving the Environment, and It even has The Bittersweet ending like in "Doraemon: Nobita's Mermaid Legend" Movie, and I thought Princess Lire was arguably the scariest original Doraemon princess (unlike Sophia, who was loosely based on "The Little Mermaid", of course.) I've ever saw (By seeing her "Zombie-like, Unnaturally white skin, of course.)!!!

Overall, I've give this movie a 5 out of 10!!! (Both Plot-wise and Experience wise.)

So, bye!!! :D


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