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The characters are quite cute, one has to admit, and no doubt there is a pace about the directing that is extremely professional. I almost get used to this quality, and I guess this means that I more and more accept artifcial characters telling real-life stories. The technical quality of the animation is being forgotten, and the new star is … the story! And here we are at the wek point. It is not too original, the characters are all a bit underdeveloped, the whole set-up appears to be too much targeting at smallest fellow citizens for comfort. Am I too old for this? Well, I enjoyed it, but still I wished I had seen something more… mature? Will try Howl’s Castle next, let’s see whether this provides the desired satisfaction…

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  1. Did not see Robots and did also not really enjoy Howl’s Moving Castle…mostly because it was so different from the book it did not really make sense at times – the war thing was not really supposed to be there, there was Wales and football and stuff. Also, because I do not really appreciate the surreal, which, however, is not Miyazaki’s fault.

  2. I did not even realize that Howl was based on a book until I saw the end credits. Weird stuff… but not as weird as Chihiro, unfortunately. Meaning I would prefer it to be much more surreal, if asked… need to get back to Miyazaki’s older stuff, I recon.


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