This is the fourth movie starring a tiger boy named Shimajiro, and it has already been screened in movie theaters around Japan. Like its three predecessors, the movie has been conceived to ...
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Curious little penguin Pororo and his friends accidentally cause an airplane to make an emergency landing in their home of Pororo Village. On the airplane are some turtles being shipped to ... See full summary »
Nobita saw a moon turned yellow last night and told his class about it but they think it's funny. Doraemon gives him the "History Explorers Club Badge" and discovers there's life on the moon. Until a new student changed him forever.
Pororo and his friends play in the snow outside, then they stumble into The Snow Fairy village, the Giant Lava Monster captures all of the snow faeries and threatens to melt them in lava. Pororo and his friends must stop them.
In the story, Doraemon, Nobita, Shizuka, Gian, and Suneo set out on an adventure in the Caribbean Sea. Nobita is the captain of a ship and fights his enemies on board. Shizuka gets ... See full summary »
Once upon a time, there was a war between the ancient hero Wooparoos and the evil Wooparoos. After a long war, the ancient hero Wooparoos sealed the evil bosses and even themselves in a ... See full summary »
This is the fourth movie starring a tiger boy named Shimajiro, and it has already been screened in movie theaters around Japan. Like its three predecessors, the movie has been conceived to be a child's first movie theater experience, and has been designed in a way that will hold the attention of a young audience throughout the film. Each child is given a cardboard megaphone that they are encouraged to use at various times by the story's characters to cheer them on or shout a particular phrase, and even use as a tool to help the characters out of a tight spot. In the movie, Shimajiro and his friends find themselves magically transported into the pages of an illustrated children's book. In keeping with this storybook theme, every encounter is depicted using different media-from animation to puppetry and paper dolls-and incorporates a wide variety of interactive activities, including singing, dancing, and riddles. Japanese screenings of the movie came with a short break in the middle, ...