Stand by Me Doraemon 2 (2020) Movie Information

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A cat-shaped robot, Doraemon, from the 22nd century. On the day of now when Doraemon and Nobita are together, Nobita finds a stuffed bear in the room, a memorable item was repaired by his deceased grandmother who died when Nobita was 3 years old. Nobita suggested that he would like to go to see her with a time machine. Doraemon objected, but departed to Past, when Nobita was 3 years old, on condition that he would return as soon as he saw the situation without meeting directly!

It was Nobita who kept his feelings down and looked secretly from behind the scenes. A grandma who is astonished to see Nobita's appearance as an elementary school student and accepts him as gently as she did at that time. Then she suddenly murmured, "I wanted to see Nobita's bride at a glance."

Nobita and his friends went to go to the Future to show Nobita's bride. But, from pressure, Future Nobita ran away at the day of the wedding to the past! Leaving Future Shizuka, Gian, and Suneo setting out to find him!

Will Nobita and Doraemon solve this problem involving, Future, Present, and Past and put everything in order? Otherwise the future will set in stone?

Movie Information

Japanese STAND BY ME ドラえもん 2
Romaji Name Sutando Bai Mī Doraemon 2
English Name Stand by Me Doraemon 2
Director Takashi Yamazaki
Ryuichi Yagi
Production Companies Shin-Ei Animation
Robot Communications
Shirogumi
Writer Fujiko F. Fujio
Screenplay Takashi Yamazaki
Music by Naoki Sato
Studio Fujiko Pro
Shogakukan
TV Asahi
Shin-Ei Animation
Distributor(s) Toho
Release Date 20 November 2020
Running time 96 minutes
Country / Language Japan / Japanese
Box Office $65.2M

Movie Poster

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Description

Stand by Me Doraemon 2 is a 2020 Japanese 3D computer-animated science fiction comedy film based on the Doraemon manga series and a sequel to the previous movie, the 2014 film Stand by Me Doraemon. Directed by Ryūichi Yagi and Takashi Yamazaki, it is primarily inspired by Doraemon's 2000 short film Doraemon: A Grandmother's Recollections and Doraemon's 2002 short film The Day When I Was Born.


Characters and Cast

Character Japanese Voice Artist
Doraemon Wasabi Mizuta
Nobita Nobi Megumi Ōhara
Satoshi Tsumabuki (adult)
Shizuka Nobi/Minamoto Yumi Kakazu
Suneo Honekawa Tomokazu Seki
Takeshi 'Gian' Gouda Subaru Kimura
Takamo Nobi Kotono Mitsuishi
Nobisuke Nobi Yasunori Matsumoto
Naka Meguro Bakarhythm
Dekisugi Hidetoshi Shihoko Hagino
Yoshio Minamoto Aruno Tahara
Michiko Minamoto Ai Orikasa
Jaiko Gouda Vanilla Yamazaki
Various Characters Junichi Nakajima

Music

Theme Song Niji (Masaki Suda)

Movie Story

The story begins with Nobita feeling downhearted because he realizes that he is not good at anything. Feeling frustrated and hopeless, he starts to doubt himself and his abilities. Doraemon, being the loyal and caring friend that he is, decides to help Nobita overcome his self-doubt.

Doraemon discovers a special gadget called the "Self-Doubt Eraser" that has the power to erase any negative thoughts or self-doubt from a person's mind. Seeing this as an opportunity to help Nobita, Doraemon decides to take him on a journey to different time periods and dimensions to find the lost fragments of the gadget.

As they embark on their adventure, they encounter various challenges and obstacles along the way. They meet new friends and face off against formidable enemies, all while learning important life lessons about friendship, perseverance, and self-belief.

Throughout the movie, Nobita begins to gain confidence in himself and his abilities. He realizes that everyone has their own strengths and weaknesses, and that it's important to believe in oneself and never give up. With each fragment of the gadget they find, Nobita's self-doubt diminishes, and he becomes more determined to face any challenges that come his way.

In the end, Nobita and Doraemon successfully collect all the fragments of the "Self-Doubt Eraser" gadget. Nobita's self-doubt is erased completely, and he emerges as a more confident and self-assured individual. The movie concludes with Nobita expressing gratitude towards Doraemon for his unwavering support and friendship.

Doraemon Stand by Me 2 is a heartwarming and uplifting film that emphasizes the importance of self-belief, friendship, and never giving up, leaving the audience with a positive and inspiring message.

Scenes from the Movie

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