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"Spirited Away", "Princess Mononoke", "Howl
^ "Howl's Moving Castle" got cut off;; Anyone else a fan of him? I just saw "Howl's Moving Castle" and I just fell even more in love with his artwork :wub: The anime is so breathtaking and intricate . . . gah~ ><
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Guest bloopy_babo

I love SPIRTED AWAY. I want to go download is other two movies since I havent been able to catch it on Cartoon Network. I love his storylines.

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Guest bioshiva07

i've watched 75% of his movies. half of them i watched in chiense. i'm so glad that english subbed ones are coming out now! so much easier to understand. the music and the concepts are superb. this guy is a genius.

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Guest Strawberry Boba Tea

I've seen a number of his works. What I find most fascinating is not the details in his art nor the storylines but the imagination behind them. His works make me think of a child's imagination come-to-life yet adult-like.

Doesn't make sense? It's hard for me to make it make sense.

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Guest revontulet

Every since I watched Mononoke Hime I've loved his work! His drawings and story take my breath away<3 I saw Spirited Away (japanese title is so long T__T) before that but I saw it again and I love it more than Mononoke Hime ;D

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Guest Take Five

i'm more of a laputa and kiki's delivery service fan. spirited away just didn't appeal to me. and there's still a crapload of his movies i have to watch.

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Guest chu-phie

i love miyazaki and all of his works. from castle in the sky to spirited away ^__^ i can't wait to watch his new movies that are comnig out!

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Guest icetreeun

What I find most fascinating is not the details in his art nor the storylines but the imagination behind them. His works make me think of a child's imagination come-to-life yet adult-like.

^ yeah I know! The drawings and concepts seem simple (compared to other anime) yet sophisticated and fantastically developed.

His multi-dimensional creations have so much DEPTH!!!

can't seem to stop praising them :P

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Guest Yuffie

I've seen a number of his works. What I find most fascinating is not the details in his art nor the storylines but the imagination behind them. His works make me think of a child's imagination come-to-life yet adult-like.

Doesn't make sense? It's hard for me to make it make sense.

Yes! Very well said. His works are masterpieces.

I've only seen Kiki's Delivery Service, Spirited Away and Princess Mononoke. I have a lot to catch up on, I know.

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Guest precious4e

Howl's Moving Castle, Totoro, Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke... i loved all of them.... They played all/most of his animes during January on Turners Classic Movies.. i stayed up til 3 watching them!!

Alot of them are sad and made me wanna cry... especially for the environment!!

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Guest michinsarang

I looooooooove miyazaki <3. I've watched almost all his pieces with the exception of some of his really old rarer pieces.

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Guest akira53

Howls Moving Castle, Mononoke Hime and Grave of the Fireflies...I liked those two. I didn't like Spirited Away...didn't really understand the story <_<...but the artwork is pretty amazing.

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Guest yuki-chan

^ Grave of the fireflies wasn't directed by him though?

anyways ...

i love nearly all this movies!!

i watched nearly everyone of them except Porco Rosso ^^;; n i love them all!! Laputa, Nausicaa, Kiki's Delivery Service, Howl's Moving Castle and Spirited away are the ones i adore the most! love em love em! ^__^

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Guest simpleandpink

Isn't there already a thread on him?

Anyways, Howl's Moving Castle and Spirited Away are my favorites. I've watched all except Laputa and Nausicaa, but those two really stood out to me.

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Guest precious4e

^ Grave of the fireflies wasn't directed by him though?

Grave of the Fireflies was directed by Isao Takahata who works with Hayao Miyazaki

I recommended that anime to my friend and he cursed me for a good day or so cuz it got him so depressed LOL... i still say its good though....

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Guest revontulet

i'm more of a laputa and kiki's delivery service fan. spirited away just didn't appeal to me. and there's still a crapload of his movies i have to watch.

Yeah, Spirited Away didn't really interest me at first, and then when I watched it recently, it blew me away. I think I finally understood the whole meaning. Laputa is AMAZING too! I loved the castle<3 Nausicaa was okay, very interesting storyline. But Kiki's delivery service, though I never saw it, doesn't seem to interest me that much ;__;

Howl's Moving Castle was his worst movie, I think. The storyline was kind of bland and I liked the book a lot more :vicx:

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Guest Iridescence

You know what I love about Miyazaki's films? That there are scenes where is a sort of a pause at a backdrop of nature. Or more like a gazing in a first person point of view. It's so calming and serene. You take in the true beauty of nature.

I love how he does that.

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Guest precious4e

For those of you who have Cartoon Network this month is the month of Miyazaki and they are playing his animes every weekend i think. This week is Nausicaa.

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Guest ~neh~long~

^that's right! ^^ i want to watch nausicaa

WOO! i'm a huge fan of him! ^0^

i loved his recent one, howl's moving castle! ^0^

absolutely loved it...

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