Monday, May 23, 2016
And that is what Doraemon and this movie reminds me of, the carefreeness of life when you're a kid. As a child, I'm sure most of us had grown up to the cartoons of Doraemon along with it's comics and so if you wanna enjoy this movie fully, you gotta immerse yourself and embrace the youthfulness of the kid inside you instead of dwelling on too much on it's details.
Doraemon: Birth of Japan movie tells of the tale where it started off with Nobita again failing in his exam and being harshly scolded by his mother. Unable to take it anymore, he decided once more to run away from his house but due to the previous times, nobody believed that he will last very long. And so he pleaded with Doraemon to loan some of his future gadgets in order to live comfortably when running away from home. It didn't take long till he realized that all of Japan's land is owned by somebody and he just couldn't set up camp at anywhere at all. And so, he decided to head home.
Meanwhile, from that prehistoric era, a boy by the name of Kukul was sucked out of his time and into the century where Nobita and friends lived by a disruptive space-time continuum disturbance. By the next day, Kukul started attacking Nobita and friends before being overpowered. Nobita and friends all returned with the boy back to the place that they had built and when Kukul came to, they soon learned that his tribe along with his family were taken captives as slaves by the Kurayami tribe under the orders of a powerful being called Gigazombie. Determined to help their new friend, Doraemon went under the guise as Dorazombie and freed the Hikari tribe from Gigazombie's henchmen. They transported the Hikari tribe to the prehistoric Japan where the Hikari tribe started rebuilding their civilization again. But pretty soon, Doraemon and friends were soon to find out that Gigazombie is a more powerful and formidable foe that even Doraemon can handle. Watch the movie for the battle between the two powerful beings!