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    Quote Originally Posted by Dithiannim View Post
    I've seen all of them minus Ponyo.

    Have to say that Spirited Away would have to be the lesser of the evils. At least imo.
    Spirited away is what everyone agrees is the most Disney-esque kids movie out of all of Miyazaki's work.

    You're downright weird :l

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    I think it has more to do with it being the first one I've seen.

    If you've seen one of Hayao Miyazaki's movies, you may have well have seen them all.

    Pretty much the same concept in all of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dithiannim View Post
    I think it has more to do with it being the first one I've seen.

    If you've seen one of Hayao Miyazaki's movies, you may have well have seen them all.

    Pretty much the same concept in all of them.
    Yeah, same concept: there's a main character, and some other characters. Occasionally there are other main characters, too!

    Oh, and they usually do something.

    Yup, seen one Miyazaki film, seen them all.

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    Same concept = Very little girl (very badly written at that) learns an incredibly basic life lesson and/or protects her home(land). Pedophilia much?

    Hayao Miyazaki is the Square Enix of cartoon directing.

    Meaning he sucks, but people just love him because he made innovations to animation graphics.
    In other words, dumbasses who care more about artwork rather than people who care more about actual plot content.

    *edit* Forgot to mention that they both are geared more for Western audiences than Eastern audiences and they even fail at that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YuriEcchiGirl View Post
    I really enjoyed Ponyo personally, but then, I'm totally simple-minded like that

    HM's first ever work, Panda Go Panda! is super cute viewing...if you haven't already seen that, you MUST!
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    He's definitely THE best producer of anime- I don't think he's a sell out because if you've ever really watched his movies his themes aren't usually "Japanese" or "American"- they are usually political issues. Princess Mononoke was actually about respecting the environment and nature...it just happen to be set within a Japanese frame because he's Japanese.

    {Miyazaki's works are characterised by the recurrence of progressive themes, such as environmentalism, pacifism, feminism, and the absence of villains. His films are also frequently concerned with childhood transition and a marked preoccupation with flight.

    Even though Miyazaki sometimes feels pessimistic about the world, he prefers to show children a positive world view instead, and rejects simplistic stereotypes of good and evil.

    Miyazaki's films often emphasize environmentalism and the Earth's fragility. In an interview with The New Yorker, Miyazaki claimed that much of modern culture is "thin and shallow and fake", and "not entirely jokingly" looked forward to an apocalyptic age in which "wild green grasses" take over. Growing up in the Shōwa period was an unhappy time for him because "nature — the mountains and rivers — was being destroyed in the name of economic progress." Miyazaki is critical of capitalism, globalization and their impacts on modern life. Commenting on the 1954 Animal Farm animated film, he has said that "exploitation is not only found in communism, capitalism is a system just like that. I believe a company is common property of the people that work there. But that is a socialistic idea." Nonetheless, he suggests that adults should not "impose their vision of the world on children."

    Nausicaä, Princess Mononoke and Howl's Moving Castle feature anti-war themes. In 2003, when Spirited Away won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, Miyazaki did not attend the awards show personally. He later explained that it was because he "didn’t want to visit a country that was bombing Iraq".

    Miyazaki has been called a feminist by Studio Ghibli President Toshio Suzuki, in reference to his attitude to female workers. This is evident in the all-female factories of Porco Rosso and Princess Mononoke, as well as the matriachal bath-house of Spirited Away. Many of Miyazaki's films are populated by strong female protagonists that go against gender roles common in Japanese animation and fiction.}

    I have no idea where anyone got the idea that this man is a "Sell out" to anything!

    Dithiannim I kind of feel sorry for you, in that you cannot watch a movie and understand an underlying meaning unless someone comes out and tells you exactly what is trying to be conveyed. Anime in general is not a 'deep' media...but Miyazaki has consistently exposed children to larger issues in a way that is easy to understand and is still entertaining.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinigamigurl View Post
    Princess Mononoke was actually about respecting the environment and nature...it just happen to be set within a Japanese frame because he's Japanese.
    You'd use that as an example over Nausicaa?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dithiannim View Post
    Same concept = Very little girl (very badly written at that) learns an incredibly basic life lesson and/or protects her home(land). Pedophilia much?

    Hayao Miyazaki is the Square Enix of cartoon directing.

    Meaning he sucks, but people just love him because he made innovations to animation graphics.
    In other words, dumbasses who care more about artwork rather than people who care more about actual plot content.

    *edit* Forgot to mention that they both are geared more for Western audiences than Eastern audiences and they even fail at that.

    Dith that is your opinion and you are one of the very few who speak negative about Miyazaki. So if he made it more hentai style you would be all over it I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LumFan View Post
    Dith that is your opinion and you are one of the very few who speak negative about Miyazaki. So if he made it more hentai style you would be all over it I guess.
    Miyazaki doing hentai would actually be pretty cool.

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    I don't know if that would be cool.. or just some very bizarre stuff
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    Hayao Miyazaki... if I had to describe his works or arts then I would have to say that he is one of the greatest story tellers of all TIME
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