Doraemon Movie 31: Shin Nobita to Tetsujin Heidan - Habatake Tenshi-tachi

Doraemon: Nobita and the Steel Troops - The New Age

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Synonyms: Doraemon: Nobita and the New Steel Troops - Angel Wings
Japanese: 映画 ドラえもん 新・のび太と鉄人兵団~はばたけ 天使たち~
English: Doraemon: Nobita and the Steel Troops - The New Age
Spanish: Doraemon Película 31: Doraemon y la Revolución de los Robots
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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 5, 2011
Producers: TV Asahi, Asatsu DK
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Unknown
Genres: AdventureAdventure, ComedyComedy, FantasyFantasy
Theme: MechaMecha
Demographics: KidsKids, ShounenShounen
Duration: 1 hr. 48 min.
Rating: PG - Children


Score: 8.231 (scored by 1134011,340 users)
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Ranked: #3432
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Popularity: #5265
Members: 16,599
Favorites: 148

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Jealous of Suneo's new robot toy, Nobita asks Doraemon to build him an even better one. Doraemon initially refuses, until Nobita accidentally discovers pieces of a mysterious robot that falls from the sky. After gathering all the robot parts and assembled them together, the giant robot, Zanda Claus, is soon completed. The duo soon learn that the robot is not a mere toy, but a powerful weapon in the fight against the coming Robot Army that is going to attack Earth and enslave the human inhabitants of it. An invasion is near, as a mysterious girl Riruru (リルル, Alternative spelling: Lilulu, Lillele [Doko Demo Doa Scanlations]) shows up, looking for the robot.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Teramoto, Yukiyo
Director, Storyboard
Yajima, Tetsuo
Koshi, Shigeo
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Apr 16, 2022
When people say it's the best Doraemon movie so far its not an understatement.
The vibe the asthetics everything is just so magnificent. It's Evangelion for grade schoolers.
The lore is so perfect it draws you in and with it's likable ensemble of characters there's nothing to complain.
The music is good and the when the insert song rolls, it's one of the most emotional moment. It's a remake of a classic 1986 movie but unlike most other cases the remake is actually quite better than the original.
If you are 16-17+ it's not this movie will force you to think too deeply or stuff ...
Apr 30, 2021
As I didn't see any other reviews drawing the parallels, I'll try to point it out:

This is a well-written Doctor Who story in the disguise of a kid's anime.

Rights, I don't mean literally a Doctor Who story. There are significant differences. As Doraemon's target audience would be kids primarily, there is less made-up-but-fun pseudo-science. The plot is pushed by miraculous tools from the future whose mechanisms are not explained. And the treatment of time travel isn't the most satisfying: after changing a moment in the past, the effect is only a momentary miracle in the present where the alien robots disappear, leaving the states of ...
Dec 31, 2021
Mixed Feelings
Alright for kid’s movie. Average otherwise.

This is pretty much the standard new edition Doraemon movie, with plot more serious than a usual tv episodes, some attempt at tugging at heartstrings near the end, and higher production value. Beyond that, it’s the usual Doraemon stuff – that, as I should probably disclose, I’m not that much of a fan of.

The movie has some interesting concepts like the robot religion or robot supremacists that could be getting some more detailed exploration would this not have been a kids movie. Other than that, the movie is full of elements that have been done before (most notably the whole ...

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