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Stand By Me Doraemon


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Stand By Me Doraemon
Japanese: STAND BY ME ドラえもん

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Aug 8, 2014
Producers: Toho Company, Robot
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Manga
Duration: 1 hr. 35 min.
Rating: PG - Children

Statistics

Score: 8.121 (scored by 3,546 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #4002
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #3780
Members: 5,647
Favorites: 32
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Episodes: /1

Synopsis

Doraemon is a robotic cat that lives in the 22nd century, and is known as a caretaker who helps others with his futuristic gadgets. One day he is approached by Sewashi Nobi, the great-great-grandson of Nobi Nobita. Sewashi demands of Doraemon to go back to the past and make Nobita happy in order to prevent a disastrous and bleak future. Doraemon is not excited about this idea, but Sewashi installs a program into Doraemon and eventually sends him back to the past.

Nobita Nobi is an elementary school boy who is very lazy, unlucky and a scaredy-cat. He gets bullied by everyone and does not excel in any school subject. When he meets Doraemon for the first time, the two of them start off on the wrong foot; however, they soon become great friends. Doraemon cannot go home to the 22nd century unless he turns Nobita into a boy who can stand on his own and be happy.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Doraemon
Doraemon
Main
Mizuta, Wasabi
Japanese
Mizuta, Wasabi
Nobi, Nobita
Nobi, Nobita
Main
Oohara, Megumi
Japanese
Oohara, Megumi
Tsumabuki, Satoshi
Japanese
Tsumabuki, Satoshi
Honekawa, Suneo
Honekawa, Suneo
Main
Seki, Tomokazu
Japanese
Seki, Tomokazu
Minamoto, Shizuka
Minamoto, Shizuka
Main
Kakazu, Yumi
Japanese
Kakazu, Yumi

Staff

Yamazaki, Takashi
Yamazaki, Takashi
Director, Screenplay
Hata, Motohiro
Hata, Motohiro
Theme Song Arrangement, Theme Song Performance, Theme Song Composition, Theme Song Lyrics
Fujiko, F. Fujio
Fujiko, F. Fujio
Original Creator
Sato, Naoki
Sato, Naoki
Music


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"Himawari no Yakusoku (ひまわりの約束)" by Motohiro Hata




More reviewsReviews

toshihime
Dec 4, 2014
How can I not give perfect score to this masterpiece? I already heard from a lot of people saying that its gonna be really sad and this and that, but I never known that it is REALLY THAT sad. So grab your tissue before watching. At least a box.

Story : 10/10
The story starts from their first meeting (i suppose the first chapter?) so everyone can watch it even if they have never watched Doraemon before.
At first both of them just wanted to finish their own goal, but then It's very sweet how their relationship grows as they spend their time together. The story is read more
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whatevere5656
Dec 16, 2014
As a long time fans of Doraemon i think any opinion or thoughts about this movie will be biased, but that comes with a price, high expectation. Don't have high expectation because this movie doesn't give you any new story, it's just a renewed recaps of Doraemon's best episodes. Won't tell you which ones.

The thing is, the pacing is bad. Like cardiac arrest bad. Suddenly it's going so fast, and suddenly it's going so slow when there's part that could be skipped. Stand By Me skipped what's important and extend what's not.

That's where the visuals kick in. Bang. I will never feel the same about read more
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MugenDreamu
Dec 27, 2014
Story: 7/10
At the first till almost end, the story is so fine, even it feel like the pace was a bit fast. But, the ending wasn't feel right, I think it will better if it end in 10min earlier than original (I don't want to spoil it), when the most touching moment happens.

Art: 9/10
I think it has Unique art in characters expression, and of course with the scene background.

Sound: 7/10
The seiyus are good enough eventough I think it will be better if their adapt more.

Character: 8/10
I like the characters design, especially Adult Shizuka, she was so cute and mature, the rest all the same, read more
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thesailingship
Dec 10, 2014
A perfect friendship story! If you aren't crying, or at least getting affected, then I'm sure that you haven't known what friendship really meant is, and I can say that you don't have a heart
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