Nobita’s troubled about what to do with his zero test marks once again. A gust of wind scatters his test papers and he falls into a garbage dump trying to gather them together again. There he finds a young withered tree that caught one of his papers and he decides to take it home. He tries to plant it in his garden but gets caught by his mother who doesn’t allow him to grow it.
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Doraemon the Movie: Nobita and the Green Giant Legend, also known as Doraemon, Nobita and the Green Planet, is a 2008 Japanese animated science fantasy film that was released in Japan on 8 March 2008 & in United States on 6 May 2008. It's the 28th Doraemon film.
The plot is based on the story in Doraemon manga volume 26 "Forest is living" and in volume 33 "Goodbye Ki-bō". This movie is not a remake, however, Ki-bō has appeared already in the 1992 film, Nobita and the Kingdom of Clouds. The name Ki-bō comes from the words "Ki" (木) meaning tree, and "Bō" (坊) meaning boy. The word Ki-bō also comes from the word "Kibō" (希望), which means hope. The catch phrase of this movie is "僕らの希望が未来を動かす" (our hope moves the future), which Ki-bō's name can be referred to. Voices of Roku-chan and Moya-kun were done by anonymous children who were chosen.) .
The film was illustrated as manga in the February and March edition of CoroCoro Comic. Then it was released as the 25th film tankōbon. An action-adventure game was also released on March 6, 2008, two days before the release of the film, entitled, Nobita and the Green Giant Legend DS. This movie was ranked the 8th highest grossing Japanese animated movie.