After bringing a fossilized egg back to life with the Time Cloth, Nobita finds himself the owner of a baby dinosaur. Everything is fine until it grows up. Nobita and friends use Doraemon's time machine to return it back to its own time.
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 »
Doraemon, Nobita, Shizuka, Gian, and Suneo hear the legend of the Sun King and try to find him. Along the way they meet Dakidaki, a geeky girl who offers to help them out. With the help of ... See full summary »
Doraemon is a cartoon series that I've watching for years. I have seen many animation movies including most of the Doraemon movies, but no animation movie has ever touched me as deeply as this one did.
Even those who do not know Doraemon may watch the movie without feeling out of place. The story is excellent, the script is well-woven. The cinematography is excellent too. The music is emotion-evoking, the lyric of the three line-song are deep.
The movie shares a big message for both children and adults and may leave all age groups teary-eyed.
Overall, this is a masterpiece, the kind of movie I have not seen in years and may watch over and over again, infinite number of times. Released in 1986, this movie will live forever!
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