Nobita requests of Doraemon the Moshimo-box and wishes for the world to become a place where the use of magic is possible. Witchcraft replaces science and technology and everyone makes use of it on their daily lives.
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.
A mysterious gate rushed out of the trunk that was delivered to Nobita's house. Nobita and his friends pass through the gate, see a very nice tin hotel. They enjoy skiing and swimming at ... See full summary »
Nobita and his friends enjoyed playing in the Kingdam of Clouds which was made by Doraemon's tool. But before they knew it, they wandered into the another clouds which extinct animals lived. "Sky human" explain they protected the animals.
Nobita and Doraemon find a giant robot in pieces, which they later assemble and it turns out to be a destructive weapon. A girl comes searching for the robot. Will Nobita and gang be able to save earth from imminent invasion.
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 »
Nobita hatches an egg of Futabasaurus that is a genus of Plesiosaurs flourishing during the Cretaceous in Japan, named it "Piisuke". As Nobita, with getting a help of Doraemon and three friends, tries to send Piisuke to the place and period he should be, they face various difficulties.Written by
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[Piisuke leans its head towards Nobita. Nobita slaps Piisuke, making it sad]
Piisuke, this is the best place for you to live.
[Piisuke turns its head as a "no"]
Don't you understand!
[Piisuke begins to cry, so did Nobita. Then Nobita and Doraemon runs to the time portal]
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When asked what TV show had the most movie adaptations, some would say "Star Trek" or the anime fans would say something like "Pokemon". Turns out there's a show that blows those all out of the way and it's "Doraemon". I have never seen the show before as it took decades for it to hit American airwaves. From what I saw from this movie, I think I can understand the plot. It's about this robot cat (never heard of one of those before) who lives with a kid named Nobita. He can summon machines out of his pouch and they go on wacky adventures. This was a good introduction for any non fan.
Hey, first review! Is that a thing here on the IMDb? Anyway, this really was a good movie. I was confused because it seemed like it would end after only thirty minutes, but it went on. I actually really do feel sad for Nobita's dinosaur in this. He comes off as very sympathetic and it's sad when Nobita has to let him go. When he was left in the wrong place, I really did feel bad for him! I will admit that the movie does seem padded. It's still very well animated, though. The way the other dinosaurs stand out as much more realistic is very cool! If you can find a version of this with subtitles like I did, see it if only to understand one of the longest running anime of all time. ***
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