Miyazaki = God

Discussion in 'Anime and Manga Archive' started by Elle Lawliet, May 14, 2008.

  1. Elle Lawliet Elle Oh Elle

    Prove me wrong.

    He is like...the Disney of anime.
  2. Tentei No Mai Bitch Pudding!

    Yeah, 'cept that Miyazaki isn't anti-Jew and doesn't sell out.
  3. Elle Lawliet Elle Oh Elle

    I said "is like"

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  4. Rainbow Deluxe Duchess of All Things Pretty and Music

    Three of my favorite movies are by Miyazaki: Howl's Moving Castle, Spirited Away, and Kiki's Delivery Service.
  5. Elle Lawliet Elle Oh Elle

    Kiki's Delivery Service always made me sad for some reason.
  6. Carlo Marx Sunflower Sutra

    Im not a fan of all his work, although Spirited Away is one of my favorite movies, and he also worked on Princess Mononoke which is in my top five anime movie lists. I also enjoyed Castle in the sky and Nassica.
  7. Diabolikal Rapture MPAA's Nightmare

    I absolutely adore most all of his work, Spirited away, Howl's Moving Castle, everything. I agree Sean, he truly is the Disney of anime.
  8. Tentei No Mai Bitch Pudding!

    You all can go to hell in a wheel borrow for not mentioning Whispers of the Heart and Porco Rosso T__T;.
  9. Overdose Delusion So strange what love does.

    Sadly the only Miyazaki film I've seen in its entirety was Princess Mononoke[i/], which I saw in theaters. I enjoyed it greatly though, and I'd really like to watch more Miyazaki someday.
  10. Archangel Sabre Well-Known Member

    I've actually only managed to watch two Miyazaki films in full -- Spirited Away and Princess Mononoke. I found both of them thoroughly entertaining, and I always mean to watch his others, I just never get around to it.
  11. Poetic Sobriquet Cosmic Philosopher

    This thread can die for not mentioning the best Miyazaki film - and probably the best anime movie period - Nausicca of the Valley of the Wind. A pretty broad movie that visits a lot of themes, some that are revisited in Princess Monoke which is a movie that has always been overrated to me.

    As for Spirited Away, I like the movie but only because it emits the same kind of whimsical charm that I remember from the much more entertaining and charming movie My Neighbor Totoro. A very magical film.

    Those are my two favorite Miyazaki films, all other range from pretty decent to unwatchable.

    So yeah, Miyazaki isn't God, he's just a competent anime film director who has actually worsened over the years.

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