I am a huge Doraemon fan. The simple fact that I could experience Doraemon movie in the digital cinema, equipped with latest sound system, had already pleased me beyond measure. Prepare for a very biased, spoiler-containing, review. Continue reading
Nobita and the Leged of the Sun King was made after Fujiko F. Fujio passed away. This anime was the 21th installment of Doraemon movies. It clearly tried to stay true to its predecessors and it did quite well. Nevertheless, the movie stumbled because it was more about the Sun King than Nobita or Doraemon. Continue reading
What’s with the excessively long name? All it does was to remind me that this is another remake (the fourth, to be exact) from this long running series of Doraemon movies. As the name implies, this is the remake of 1986 movies, Doraemon: Nobita and the Steel Troops. Be warned that you are about to read the most biased review from me because not only did the 1986 version was my favorite Doraemon movie but also one of my all-time favorite anime. Continue reading
Review: Doraemon: Nobita and the Green Giant 2008 benefits from first class production quality. The show has the trademarks of Doraemon franchise all over it and a really good premise about environmentalism but with poor execution and direction, the movie crashes and burns. Continue reading
Doing a full blog round does give me inspiration for a special post from time to time. This post is largely inspired by Eternal’s and Ryan A’s theory and opinions on gateway anime. They make me reflect to myself and other fans I’ve met and thus, this post takes shape. Continue reading
Here’s part 2 of ‘The origin of me as a sci-fi fanatic’ (click here for part 1). Thank you for staying with me! This post will continue the discussion about ten classic sci-fi feature found in Doraemon: Nobita and the Robot Army, the anime that lead me into the world of science fiction. Let’s begin with the fifth one!
Just in case you don’t know, I am a long time, loyal sci-fi fan. I watch sci-fi anime regularly, I am fascinated by sci-fi movies even the bad ones. I read sci-fi novels until I fall asleep and I dream of another, distant world. During the last weekend, I dug through my old anime collection and came upon an old disc for Doraemon: Nobita and the Robot Army. I remember I first watched it when I was only five or six years old. I recall I loved it a lot but never thought about the reason behind my passion, not to mention how influential to my later life this movie has become. Continue reading