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Wow! No one's mentioned Steamboy.
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hotarubi no mori e
howl's moving castle
kara no kyoukai
the girl who leap through time
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Howl's Moving Castle
The Secret World Of Arrietty
Ponyo
princess of mononoke
Steam Boy
My Neighbor Totoro
Origin: Spirits of the Past
Spirited Away
Sword Of The Stranger
Karas:The Prophecy
Karas:The Revelation

these are the movies that I like and would recommend to watch
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Posted 5/21/13

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I just watched The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya and I have to say that I enjoyed it more than the entire 2 seasons of Haruhi that preceded the movie.

The tone of the movie is completely different of that of the TV series (except for small bits throughout the movie), its part mystery, thriller, suspense and the soundtrack is wonderful in setting the atmosphere that surrounds the characters: http://youtu.be/9iQDdsteSr0



However I really recommend watching the TV series first or reading the novels before seeing the movie, as the film draws and builds upon past events and characters in the series. It's a little under 3 hours long but I have to say that I enjoyed every minute of it.


This is my favourite anime movie, it has everything in it that is anime and an awesome movie. Especially the twist near the end, simply one of the darkest moments in cinema/films. I hope we get more Haruhi after this, be it tv or film. Just a shame to get the bluray version I had to order it from USA because they axed it here in the uk.

It does beg the question, what world is better: a world where anything is possible but you have to maintain a normality to it before it collapses in on itself or a world where you remember the 1st world but nothing supernatural or unordinary happens anymore.


My favorite anime movie of all time. - of course I recommend to watch the first 2 seasons first in order to appreciate it.

I originally ordered my Bluray from Hong Kong and it took forever for Bandai to release it here...of course they shortly became defunct. Such a choice - I always compare it to a cross between "It's a Wonderful Life" and "Back to the Future Part 2" - I could talk more about it but I am sure it will deserve its own thread if it was not created along time ago.

I also recommend Howl's Moving Castle - a beautiful Ghibli that I both love in subbed and dubbed.

Others: Sprited Away, The Girl Who Leapt Through Time, Summer Wars, The Evangelion Rebuilds (once again as with Suzumiya, I recommend seeing the first series and movies before these as I better appreciated it.)





I love this movie! but, just like what they said, watch first the two seasons before watching the movie in order for you to understand the story of the movie.

The Secret world of arriety, spirited away and howl's moving castle were great movies though
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I don't think anyone has said the movie "Colourful" yet... so...
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I don't think anyone has said the movie "Colourful" yet... so...

I just saw that at AnimeBoston. It was good (though the dubbed voice of the MC was kind of annoying--the other voices were fine.)


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Anyone see Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva? That one was a great adaptation; one the few video game licensed movies that was actually good. I say that alone is worth a look-see.


I haven't seen that yet, but I want to really bad. I absolutely LOVE the games.. they are my favorite. Is it out already? Or is is coming soon?

On the other hand, I LOVE Studio Ghibli films. The first one I ever saw was...

and it was the original Japanese version. Spirited Away was my second.. I love all of his movies.
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lorreen wrote:


Rinni-Boo wrote:

I don't think anyone has said the movie "Colourful" yet... so...

I just saw that at AnimeBoston. It was good (though the dubbed voice of the MC was kind of annoying--the other voices were fine.)




Wow, I didn't know it was popular enough to be played somewhere. And I also didn't know there was an english dub o - o
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lorreen wrote:

Rinni-Boo wrote:
I don't think anyone has said the movie "Colourful" yet... so...

I just saw that at AnimeBoston. It was good (though the dubbed voice of the MC was kind of annoying--the other voices were fine.)

Wow, I didn't know it was popular enough to be played somewhere. And I also didn't know there was an english dub o - o


The US DVD and Blue-Ray (with English dub) release was very recent--that's no doubt why it was one of the movies shown at AnimeBoston. It would have been part of Sentai's marketing--they probably even managed to sell a few copies right at the show in the dealer's room (they managed to get my money for Penguindrum which I also saw at the con).

Here's a Crunchyroll News story about the release

http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2013/04/09-1/sentai-filmworks-details-colorful-anime-films-english-dub-cast
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lorreen wrote:


Rinni-Boo wrote:

lorreen wrote:

Rinni-Boo wrote:
I don't think anyone has said the movie "Colourful" yet... so...

I just saw that at AnimeBoston. It was good (though the dubbed voice of the MC was kind of annoying--the other voices were fine.)

Wow, I didn't know it was popular enough to be played somewhere. And I also didn't know there was an english dub o - o


The US DVD and Blue-Ray (with English dub) release was very recent--that's no doubt why it was one of the movies shown at AnimeBoston. It would have been part of Sentai's marketing--they probably even managed to sell a few copies right at the show in the dealer's room (they managed to get my money for Penguindrum which I also saw at the con).

Here's a Crunchyroll News story about the release

http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2013/04/09-1/sentai-filmworks-details-colorful-anime-films-english-dub-cast


I choked on my drink when I saw GREG AS THE MC

God this should be interesting xD

That character is serious, and when I hear greg I think of sunohara from clannad
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Last year 3 major Shonen movies came out, so I'll go over my thoughts on them.
Fairy Tail: Priestess of the Phoenix: Nothing mind blowing, but it did what it did just fine, and I liked the animation style they used. But is it just me or does Lucy cry in EVERYTHING Fairy Tail does? (The series, the OVAs, the Movie)

Naruto Shippuden Movie 6: Road to Ninja. It was an interesting experiment, and had a few touching moments between Naruto and his parents, but the characterisation of Naruto and Sakura seemed a bit off. Wait, is it me or is there a high-level of Man-service coming from these movies? Both this movie and the One Piece movie had a hot spring/ bath house scene with guys in them.

One Piece Film: Z: Wow. Now this blew my expectations out of the water. The CG animation looked great, the Luffy/Z fight was a lot better than I expected, and man... That ending... I'd say that on the movie front, One Piece has earned itself a good, long rest. Well done.
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Princess Mononoke
It never gets old.
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Went to see From up on Poppy Hill this weekend

beautiful film with lots of very subtle work in it. Not the most exciting of films but amazing to watch all the details in both the visuals and the writing.
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I really loved Wolf Children.
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