Omae Umasou da na

You Are Umasou

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English: You Are Umasou
Synonyms: Omae Umasou da na
Japanese: おまえうまそうだな


Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 16, 2010
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Ajia-Do
Source: Picture book
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, FantasyFantasy
Demographic: KidsKids
Duration: 1 hr. 30 min.
Rating: G - All Ages


Score: 8.031 (scored by 65416,541 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #5082
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Popularity: #4387
Members: 15,837
Favorites: 145

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By a twist of fate, a herbivorous dinosaur finds a lost egg and brings it back to her nest. When the egg hatches, however, a carnivorous dinosaur emerges. Unable to abandon the child, she names him "Heart" and raises him in exile alongside her own child. As Heart comes of age, he struggles to eat the same food as his family and runs away in disgrace when he learns that he cannot live properly without meat.

Years later, the now feared predator Heart encounters a situation similar to his past—he spots a dinosaur egg opposite his kind. As it emerges, Heart remarks that the newborn is delicious-looking. The newborn herbivore thinks that Heart is his father and takes delicious-looking, or "Umasou," as his name. Unable to eat a newborn who loves him, Heart reluctantly decides to raise Umasou as his own. As he nurtures a forbidden child like his mother before him, Heart struggles to deal with an unforgiving world and the true natures of predator and prey.

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Bessho, Tetsuya

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Kawamura, Maria


Fujimori, Masaya
Director, Storyboard
Mima, Masafumi
Sound Director
Nakajima, Toshihiko
Sound Director
Ooba, Hideaki
Episode Director


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Ending Theme

Kimi to Iru Jikan no Naka de (君といる時間の中で) by Ayaka Hirahara (平原 綾香)

Jul 4, 2015
Scruffyjay (All reviews)
This movie was a lot better than I expected. What I originally thought was a low budget movie with a generic plot was actually a beautiful, enjoyable tale that made me cry. It's a story about family, about growing up, and being who you are, regardless of what other people may tell you. There is nothing about the story I didn't like, and the plot seemed full and the movie was brought to a close nicely. The characters, although not really relatable, were lovable, believable and entertaining. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie and I think you would too!

Jan 31, 2014
Ransk (All reviews)
To be honest, this movie is much better than it has any right to be. Looking at it, I really didn't expect much, but downloaded it anyways because dinosaurs. I was very surprised at how good the fights were, and appreciated and respected the character of the lead. It left me feeling somewhat emotional, and I had this hollow feeling I get when something I enjoy ends. Go for it, I'm sure it would appeal to most.
Mar 30, 2011
Sakata-san (All reviews)
Omae Umasou da na is a movie that has dived into a topic that happens in a good amount of dinosaur movies*Coughlandbeforetimecough*. While the movie doesn't reinvent the wheel, it does tell a interesting story that has you watching till the end.

Story: The story focuses on a T-rex(Big Jaw as it's called in the movie) named Heart. At the beginning of the movie an egg drifts down the river, a plant eater(Completely blanking on the species) finds this egg and decides to take it as it's own along with her own eggs. After a dinosaur attack all that remains of her eggs are just one read more
Dec 26, 2011
PurpleKeyblade (All reviews)
Omae Wa Umasou Da Na is a beautiful movie that you should watch if you enjoyed The Land Before Time or just enjoy anime in general.

I watched this movie after a friend recommended it to me saying it was somehow cuter yet darker than The Land Before Time all at once, for the most part I say that is true. I'll try not to give too much of the story away but be fair warned I do explain some of the plot in this review.

The movie is the heartfelt tale of a lost egg found in a river by a herbivore dinosaur who hatches read more

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