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Movie Information
TitlePrincess Monoke
DirectorHayao Miyazaki
Year1997
Production CompanyMirimax Films
GenreFantasy
 
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Submitted by FremenWarrior 
(Apr 14, 2008)

A fantastic anime created by Studio Ghibli and a great success. This charming story captivates and entrances the audience with amazing animation, character depth and stuning use of Japanese mythology. a fantastic story for people of any age!

With Characters such as San and Ashitaka placed against Morrow and Shinigami This story is a great example of The injenuity and imagination of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli.


Submitted by katie 
(Jul 14, 2005)

This movie is one of the best movies I've ever seen in my life. The morals, the themes, the storyline... they're all just great! Miyazaki has done very well with this. I loved it from the first minute. I am an anime fan yes, but I know that people who don't like anime or any hand-drawns features, this is one that they will enjoy and come to love.


Submitted by Professor Rasah Fenris Salem 
(Aug 21, 2004)

I haven't seen this movie in awhile, but from what I remember when seeing it in this small theatre somewhere in the city, I absolutely loved it. It was one of those movies that you watch once and instantly fall in love with, especailly when you're from a nature-cheering crew/family such as myself. Although I was very young, probably 7 or 8, I completely want to see this movie again (maybe able to buy the DVD)and was inspired to write some pretty neat Fanfiction (try me on Fanfiction.Net) that I now might even be able to publish. I just want to thank the creators and actors/actresses and everyone who was involved for getting such a young little-me into writing.
This movie is much more dramatic than your average Chaplin silent film yet more deep than Crouching Tiger/Hidden Dragon, which is something to be proud of. Take your kids to see it, as my dad did, and they'll cherish it for life!


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