what do you think about his movies ?
Howl's Moving Castle
Kiki's Delivery Service
Castle in the Sky
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the last one i seen was Howl's Moving Castle i like that one
Spirited Away and Howl's Moving Castle are my favorite movies! ^^
I will watch Princess Mononoke and Kiki's Delivery Service soon.
But I have to say you forgot My Neighbor Totoro! One of my favorites too!.. ^^
Even though I love all of his movies my top favorites are Mononoke Hime (Princess Mononoke), Nasicaa of the Valley of the Wind, and Castle in the Sky.
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Yess! I loved Spirited Away.
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Well, my favorite movie that he directed is "Kiki's Delivery Service".
But my favorite movie with him involved (and, btw. my favorite anime whatsoever) is "Mimi wo Sumaseba", I think it's "Whisper of the heart" in english. I don't know, I have only the japanes dvd with english subs. He didn't direct there, only doing the screenwriting and executive producing. Still my favorite anime movie though.
i would say myazaki's best work is either spirited away or howl's moving castle
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Of all his films I've seen:
Kiki's Delivery Service
My Neighbor Totoro
My opinion, his movies are great, his ideas are awesome. The characters are really cute and they have a nice story. The only thing I don't like abot Miyazaki films is that the endings are horrible.
Last edited by Jagan Eye; 03-07-2007 at 08:01 PM.
Hmm, I actually didn't like either Spirited Away or Howl's Moving Castle that much ... but I'm probably the only one in this forum. Those two are among the few Myiazaki films I don't own on DVD.
For my personal list, I'd rank "Mononoke Hime" right after "Kikis Delivery Service".
I actually liked the ending of Mononoke, I don't know what you found to complain about it. Same for "Kiki's Delivery Service".
Of the movies I have seen I've liked them, but most of them I wouldnt really want to see again due to how much I recall of them... its not that I liked them but still hated them, its that I liked them and remember enough to make watching them again seem kinda boring.. and to me that would ruin the whole thing.
Hayao Miyazaki to me, is whom I consider to be the founding father of anime really, I think that most of his movies as an anime fan are required viewing because they're just so well known
I mean ask anyone? and if you ask them of a movie called Spirited away, they'll probably know what you're speaking of.
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