|Born in the RSR - 2011-06-29 |
Ghibli can do no wrong.
Unmerciful Crushing Force
No. Miyazaki has made a great film since Spirited Away. One could argue he made a "good" film with Ponyo but that's highly debatable.
Having seen this one twice in the theater already, I can say that this is Ghibli's best film since Princess Mononoke. It's got this sense of wonder while having some downbeat undertones. Probably a bit too slow for the kiddies, but an excellent film all-around and one that I hope doesn't get overlooked because It's Not Miyazaki (nevermind that he wrote the script/"supervised" production)
|MrBuddy - 2011-06-29 |
Ohhh so THAT'S why she's got those weird "ears" on her head.
|Daddy Warcrimes - 2011-06-29 |
So, instead of a modern remake of Nausicaa, we get Miyazaki's "Thumbilina".
does Nausicaa need a remake?
or do you need to be dragged out to the street and beaten mercilesly?
Easy there internet tough guys. The original movie was fine for it's time and it stands on it's own. But there's a lot that happens in the books that would make a spectacular mini-series at the very least.
|OgreMkIV - 2011-06-29 |
Holy crap, just the trailer by itself looks so much better that that POS movie with John Goodman in it.
No, the other one.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2011-06-29 |
An unexpected cameo by Elton John at 1:10.
|TheOtherCapnS - 2011-06-29 |
Looks good but if there isn't a scene where they tie up a bigger dude with lots of twine then I won't be able to cum at all...
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2011-06-29 |
The backgrounds are absolutely gorgeous.
Now if they could just fix those hideous character faces and inconsistent as fuck, jittery animation that's made every Miyazaki film nearly unwatchable for me.
What's the disease you have that ruined your vision?
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