Tag: Hayao Miyazaki
Through Older Lenses: Ghibli Night At The Egyptian
Imagine the saucers I had for eyes upon the discovery that Hollywood’s fabled Egyptian Theatre was hosting a multi-week tribute to the films of Studio…
Contemplation on the last film of Miyazaki: loss of imo
The last film of Miyazaki was standing ovation.
Bridging The Gap: Miyazaki Steps Down From Directing (Thank you..)
I promise to be brief. Personally speaking, the best one can wish for in regards to those who inspire and imbue us, is for them…
Classic Anime Review: Porco Rosso
The IFC Studio Ghibli retrospective give me the chance to revisit an old Miyazaki classic after many years. Its uniqueness in his catalog, and in anime in general, is undeniable.
Review: Ponyo (Dub) – 88%
Scores Animation: 90% Music: 95% Voice Acting (dub): 85% Story: 89% Overall: 88% See explanation of scores below. Ponyo is Hayao Miyazaki’s most joyous film…