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Desc:Miyazaki has reconciled with his estranged son and now they've made a movie together.
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Arts
Tags:Japan, miyazaki, anime that doesnt suck, nice boat, postwar
Submitted:Xenocide
Date:03/15/13
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Comment count is 12
Cena_mark
I'm looking forward to it. Whisper of the Heart is my favorite Ghibli film and this looks like it'll have a similar peaceful touch. Also I love the nautical themes.

I wonder why Disney isn't doing the North American release.
Xenocide
Goro Miyazaki's previous film was kind of a bomb, so Disney decided to pass on this one.

poorwill
I heard Earthsea was really bad, which made me really cold on this ... but the trailer made me believe. Exactly the sort of thing I need right now.

Jet Bin Fever
I really like Whisper of the Heart too. Funny how a lot of Ghibli fans don't.

cognitivedissonance
Had he stopped making movies ten years ago, he'd have gone on to be a generational touchstone.

And he didn't, so 5 evil stars.
Riskbreaker
Hayao's legacy is still pretty damn strong, the man can do no harm. His son on the other hand has still a long way to go.

poorwill
Ponyo is a great movie. What a vomitous comment.

Rosebeekee
Jeff Dunham's a bit of a weird casting choice.
Jet Bin Fever
I hope he does a hilarious redneck voice!!!!!

dairyqueenlatifah
Let me say first off, I love Spirited Away, and I know I'm going to get flamed to hell and back for asking this but...

Why doesn't Japan believe in in-between animation?
unknown specimen
because somewhere in the 50s they found they could get away with only putting in 6 frames of animation per second (as oppose to H&B's 12). I think that was also around the point that Tezuka was doing all the animation for astroboy whilst drawing four different comics.

Bort
2:13 - the voice credits. A couple of surprises in there.
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