Keroro Gunso the Super Movie: Creation! Ultimate Keroro, Wonder Space-Time Island

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Keroro Gunso the Super Movie 5: Creation! Ultimate Keroro, Wonder Space-Time Island
Produced by Uchida Kenji (Executive Producer)
Written by Mine Yoshizaki (original manga)
Story by Mine Yoshizaki (original manga)
Based onKeroro Gunsou (manga)
Starring Kumiko Watanabe
Houko Kuwashima
Yūtarō Honjō
Tamaki Matsumoto
Narrated byKeiji Fujiwara
Music bySaeko Suzuki

Hirahara Ayaka (theme song performance)

Tsuruoka Youta (sound director)
Edited by Imai Daisuke
Production
company
Distributed byKadokawa Film Distribution
Release date
  • February 27, 2010 (2010-02-27)(Japan)
Running time
75 minutes
CountryJapan
LanguageJapanese
Box office$2,560,000

Keroro Gunso the Super Movie 5: Creation! Ultimate Keroro, Wonder Space-Time Island (超劇場版ケロロ軍曹 誕生!究極ケロロ 奇跡の時空島であります!!, Chō Gekijō-ban Keroro Gunsō: Tanjou! Kyuukyoku Keroro, Kiseki no Jikuu-jima, de arimasu!!) is a 2010 anime film. It is the fifth film based on the popular comedy manga and anime series Keroro Gunso. [1]

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The film was released in theatres on February 27, 2010 in Japan. [2] It was produced by Sunrise, the studio behind the TV anime. [3]

Plot

Fuyuki Hinata, has a dream that one day the world will be destroyed by an unknown threat. The Hinata household is attacked and the entire keroro squad is entombed in stone, with Keroro Gunsou being killed. Fuyuki is seen walking around an empty black space. But what he does see is a burning ship crashing from the sky and when he turns around the Keroro platoon (minus Keroro) is frozen in stone. The Main character wakes up from the nightmare, to find himself alone in his living room. The character Alisa Southerncross then comes and throws an artifact at him, which causes Fuyuki to stumble off the couch. Fuyuki greets Alisa, and notes that the Artifact looks like Keroro Gunsou. Then both hypothesize that the statue comes from Easter Island, which appears as an important location several times in the previous stories, due to visual similarities it has with the other statues there. Then the house floods with water, as a comedy break, promptly followed by Natsumi Hinata, Fuyuki’s sister, yelling at them and telling them to clean it up. Fuyuki explains to Keroro about the statue and its relation to the “Moai” statues at Easter Island. The sergeant (Keroro) shrugs this off as Fuyuki talking about another character that goes by Angol Mois. The Sergeant sees this as a challenge, and decides him and his platoon are going to conquer the Easter Island. They go to Easter Island, and during the trip there, they encounter a storm and crash down onto the island. They wake up later and find themselves to be in captivity of the local peoples of Easter Island. The rest of the Keroro platoon search for the missing Sergeant and Fuyuki, as an enemy known as AkuAku is trying to exterminate all human kind, With the Sergeant and Fuyuki trying to find a way home. Fuyuki wakes up and meets Lo and Rana who are trying to cook the sgt. They both have a joyful reunion and learn about Kanini. Giroro and Kululu find out about Fuyuki and Keroro sneaking out to the island and decide to get Dororo and Tamama because AkuAku has been making trouble and they might be endanger.

Cast of characters

Reception

The film debuted in the Japanese box office sixth, earning US$662,651 on 144 screens. [4] It was the 13th most watched anime film of the first of half of 2010 in Japan. [5]

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