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  • What's the Best Studio Ghibli Film Ever Made?

    I do want to know since I'm slowly starting to get into some of the films the company made like Spirited Away, My Neighbor Totoro, and Ponyo (I haven't seen those films yet, but I will when I get the DVDs of those films).

    Update: I have seen Spirited Away since I've finally got the DVD off of Amazon a few weeks ago, and I loved it! Though I find the content to be a little gross for kids and families because of one character was covered in s**t and the monster vomited from something Chihiro fed him. But other than that, I love it!

    Note: Can anyone move this to the Studio Ghibli Sub-Forum because I accidentally putted this in the regular anime section? I just didn't get aware of that at first when I posted this thread.
    Last edited by AzumangaXV; June 24th, 2013, 05:58 PM.

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    Check out the Studio Ghibli subforum... http://www.animenation.net/forums/fo...play.php?f=237
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    • #3
      I think the best Studio Ghibli film is Azumanga Daioh.
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      • #4
        I still haven't seen Totoro, but I'm expecting it to take the #1 spot or get close to it once I finally watch it. I was holding off on watching it for years because I was waiting on a blu ray release, which finally happened. I'm going to watch it at my parents' place in the 7.1 surround theater room. ^___^

        My current favorite is either Spirited Away or the Secret World of Arrietty.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Leader Desslock View Post
          I think the best Studio Ghibli film is Azumanga Daioh.


          My favorite is Howl's Moving Castle.... even if it doesn't follow the book.
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          • #6
            My vote goes to Spirited Away
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            • #7
              Personally, I'm between Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, and Princess Mononoke.
              They're all pretty glorious. It's a hard decision.

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              • #8
                I just watched Totoro last night, finally.

                It was awesome, but I still think Arrietty is my top fav... tho Spirited Away and Whisper of the Heart are very close.
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                • #9
                  I'd have to pick Princess Mononoke as my personal favorite SG movie, followed closely by Spirited Away and Howl's Moving Castle. That's no slur on any of their other films, I liked all of them. Its just those three are my favorites.
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                  • #10
                    I'm so glad to know what film is best do other people think about. I have seen a lot of title of films. My best one is “Castle in the Sky” is so wonderful film that makes me feel exciting. Speaking of magnificent adventure film, I could imagine “Castle in the Sky”. The reason why I love it is may be having an early memory of seeing this film, and it remains a vivid memory of feeling to be excited, and bringing thumping heart. I remember I get into hero Pazu in childhood, and he was my favorite hero. I might saw it over 20 times XD.

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                    • #11
                      watch grave of the fireflies. Its a very touching and inspiring story

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by karilindsey View Post
                        watch grave of the fireflies. Its a very touching and inspiring story

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                        I agree it was a touching story, but inspiring? I wouldn't say that 2 kids being wasted in a turgid war environment gets me up in the mornings.

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                        • #13
                          "Best" is pretty subjective...I'd say most profound is Grave of the Fireflies, most whimsical is Spirited Away, and most grandeur is a tie between Princess Mononoke/ Howl's Moving Castle
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                          • #14
                            It was the film that built Ghibli but has now been officially moved into the fold, so my choice is Nausicaa.

                            Love all Ghibli movies to one degree or another, but Nausicaa is a contender for my top 10 list of all time movies.

                            All Miyazaki's themes are present, fully-formed, and he spent a career approaching them from difficult angles. Namely, female empowerment, ecological issues, pacifism, community spirit and the joy of flight.

                            And despite, terrifyingly, being THIRTY YEARS OLD THIS YEAR, Nausicaa still looks fresh. Some of the animation background plates don't have as much movement as you'd find now, but there are astonishing moments. Including the climactic warrior demon, animated by Hideaki Anno, Mr Evangelion himself.

                            A perfect movie.

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                            • #15
                              “ Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi” is my favorite one. You can see beautiful location in this movie, and it based on one of a cities in China. I’d like to go there. You can enjoy the story as well. The story has some parts to think about the thing we are missing in our daily life.

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