Doraemon: Nobita no Taiyô'ô densetsu

Doraemon: Nobita no Taiyô'ô densetsu

Doraemon, Nobita, Shizuka, Gian, and Suneo hear the legend of the Sun King and try to find him. Along the way they meet Dakidaki, a geeky girl who offers to help them out. With the help of ...

Doraemon and its friends open a hole in the time and they're travel to the Country of Mayana, a lost Mayan civilization in the jungle. There, Nobita will know its perfect double, prince Thio, heir to the throne. Both will decide to interchange papers to try to save to the Country of Mayana of the claws of the infernal Ledina witch and her evil forces. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Doraemon: Nobita no Taiyô'ô densetsu torrent reviews

Tony L (fr) wrote: Whatever it is McGregor attempts to achieve in his directorial debut is lost in a confusing mess of politics, family drama and subject matters that have been addressed much more efficiently by multiple other films.

John B (au) wrote: I have seen it and I truly enjoyed the story. Very solid movie.

Ruth (ca) wrote: I liked the first one better, but my kids liked this sequel better than the original Perfect Stranger.

Nick S (it) wrote: Nice idea and wasn't bad for most of the film but then turned into the usual Hollywood drivel with lots of shooting and explosions. Duh.

elle l (it) wrote: Odd and surreal and wonderful. Not epic, by far, but delightful in it's simplicity.

Bruna R (it) wrote: A mulher uma louca e no merecia ele.

william f (fr) wrote: an all time favorite

Corey B (nl) wrote: Simple, full of people you know however highly forgetful. Seeing Chris Lloyd was the better actor of them in this one.

Christopher S (jp) wrote: The surprise is that it blew.

Brad W (it) wrote: Just really strange to do a remake of a Bond film they've already did. As well as making it away from Fleming/EoN production. They tried making up for bringing back Connery and having Atkinson and Basinger in supporting roles. Didn't have the same feel without the Fleming/EoN vibe.

Eric B (br) wrote: An insightful foray into the other side of WWII that we don't hear much about, with an authentic and intense feeling by the use of filming on a submarine. Highlights the depravity and coldly expendable nature of the soldiers plights, and how they had to deal with their reservations about the maniacs who started the war.

ogn d (kr) wrote: let's see scantily clad attractive muscular sweating guys, who might want to see that? ok, let's say it was not intended for gays ut it was intended for gays nevertheless. i started laughing out loud when that dawned on me somewhere near the end of the film. it also occurred to the makers of "welcome to sparta" obviously.