While Doraemon is asleep, a famous thief comes and steals his cat-bell. Without his cat-bell, Doraemon starts to act more and more like a normal cat. In order to stop this, Nobita, Shizuka, Suneo, and Gian have to go and search for his bell, so they go to a factory where all of Doraemon's gadgets are made. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Doraemon the Movie: Nobita's Secret Gadget Museum
Doraemon and friends look for a famous thief after he stole Doraemon's bell.
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BRUNO V (au) wrote: Funny ...no Scary ...no Stupid ....yes Fake......yes
MarcAndr B (de) wrote: Production value doth not maketh a good movie.Having tried a hundred Christian demons, Hollywood turns to Jewish lore as inspiration for this one. An interesting idea in concept, but delivered quite badly. It could have probably done better had it taken itself less seriously, which is not something I say often.
Alexander C (us) wrote: A man and a woman awaken to find themselves captured in a cellar. As their kidnapper drives them psychologically mad, the truth about their horrific abduction is revealed.
Luke B (it) wrote: A Sheriff trying to get over his dead wife, an annoying reporter who wnats the big scoop, a mayor who refuses to believe the truth as it may harm the towns businesses. It's camp, it's cheesy and it steals scenes from Jaws without a second thought. It's a load of old tat with my favourite scene being when a car swerevs out of control and hits a tree one door just so happens to spring open tolet the monster fish in. The monsters when either CGI or puppet are very bad and the actors have no sense of fun. And let us not forget the annoying teens who decide to kill the fish themselves because they don't believe the police can, silly Wabbits.
Adam R (mx) wrote: (First and only viewing - 2/25/2011)
Leslie D (ru) wrote: "I think you have your demons mixed up, Father."Twice the cheese and entertainment. Fun gore and campy cool bad lines. Andrew Divoff gives one hell of a performance without make up.
Percy F (br) wrote: I really enjoyed watching Dr. Who give a truly dynamic, physical performance of Hamlet.Tennant doesn't so much play Hamlet as inhabits the character to the point where it is almost impossible to tear one's eyes away from his performance. And then there's the Bard's wonderful words. Listening to Shakespeare is like taking a lesson in the history of English aphorisms. Three thumbs up!
Bob M (ag) wrote: The best Star Trek Film of all time
Art S (it) wrote: This is Masahiro Shinoda's high concept staging of a bunraku puppet show with actors instead of dolls (but retaining the figures in black who control everything). The result is as highly stylized as you would imagine and starkly shot in high contrast black and white with Toru Takemitsu's minimalist score aiding in the effect. Based on a tale of doomed lovers by Chikamatsu (also a favourite of Mizoguchi's), the plot sees Jihei the paper merchant and Koharu the courtesan drawn inexorably to the fate announced in the title of the film. Even knowing what will happen, it is impossible to look away. Jihei's wife and two children are also dragged into the drama (as are his brother and her father). Everybody is so wrong-headed but erotic compulsion cannot be denied. The poor puppeteers in black can only look on in sympathy and horror (even as they occasionally assist the players); this adds another odd layer to the proceedings. The only other Shinoda film I've seen is Pale Flower (1964), a striking yakuza drama that is well worth your time.
Linda F (kr) wrote: great movie! i thought the ending was a tad abrupt, but other than that i really enjoyed this.
Garrison R (it) wrote: One of the two truly hilarious SNL movies.
James H (es) wrote: Really cheesy. Watched about 15 minutes and turned it off.