Doraemon: Nobita and Fantastic Three Musketeers
That is Compilation of Doraemon
Doraemon is a Japanese national anime, needless to tell. With his future items and his partner; Nobita, the movie series of Doraemon always gives us marvelous fantasy and high-graded excitement. The first film was released in 1980, and it cerebrated its 15th anniversary, in 1994, with the memorial film; Doraemon: Nobita and Fantastic Three Musketeers. I tightly believe it is the memorable movie into which Fujiko F. Fujio compiled his everything before he passed away in 1996.
That is not only my personal opinion. Now, let me tell you why here just for a while. It is going to be proved by the three reasons mentioned below.
First, it tastes strange a little from head to toe. When he was still alive, Fujiko F. Fujio said his SF does not mean Science Fiction, but points Sukoshi Fushigi (means strange a few). That is just what the 99 minute animated film makes you feel. Its stage is a dream. But it means the second reality in the fictional world, which says they cannot use that for escaping from reality. The process children go to the weird dream is also strange a little.
Moreover, it shows a natural course which leads them to risky attempts. Adventure is necessary, so long as it goes on as an entertainment film. Then, their main characters have to be brave to some extent or must have some reason to venture. However, Nobita always makes a poor show at any trials when Doraemon takes care of him. How could the hopeless boy be charged with such an important mission? “Doraemon: Nobita and Fantastic Three Musketeers” shows us the natural motivation. Its construction has no extra episodes at all and it is considered as nothing but great.
Finally, as common with other works written by Fujiko F. Fujio, that tastes scary a little only because it feels strange a few. The uncanny spice works from beginning to end. So you feel not only excited however also ill-feeling muddy like arrowroot gruel. Not just visual fear, its story also tastes eerie somehow. Nobody will raise an objection against my opinion which says the weirdness works as charm of the film.
“Doraemon: Nobita and Fantastic Three Musketeers” dependably keeps Doraemon’s basis which Doraemon takes care of Nobita for having him be a decent man. It goes along the basis and shows us first-class entertainment with the three reasons mentioned above. So the animated film could be compilation of Doraemon, and Fujiko F. Fujio as well.
about Doraemon: Nobita and Fantastic Three Musketeers
・Executively Produced by Fujiko F. Fujio
・Directed by Shibayama Tsutomu
・Written by Fujiko F. Fujio
・Originally Written by Fujiko F. Fujio
・Running time: 99 minutes
・Released on March 12, 1994
・Distributed by Toho
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