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ac186bab57 Greenberg (1973) Sleeper Woody Allen (1974) Young Frankenstein Mel Brooks and Gene Wilder (1975) Star Wars George Lucas (1977) The Sixth Sense M. (2002). Foreword by John Lasseter. Spirited Away and Howls Moving Castle marked the end of my childhood, and thus have great significance to me, but Princess Mononoke will always be my favorite Miyazaki movie. February 17, 2015. PT. ^ a b Staff (16 January 2014).
Miyazakis films are often preoccupied with absence, the value of things left behind and how the ghosts of beautiful things are traced onto our memories like the shadows of objects outlined by a nuclear flash. Retrieved 24 July 2014. that being said, anything that promotes Miyazaki (although I doubt he follows this kind of internet stuff) will hopefully inspire him to pop out at least one more masterpiece before we lose him. The exact location of these places was censored from Studio Ghibli's production diaries. Miyazaki came out of retirement following the sudden departure of Mamoru Hosoda, the film's original director. Princess Mononoke was briefly the highest-grossing film in Japan until it was eclipsed by another 1997 film, Titanic, and it became the first animated film to win Picture of the Year at the Japanese Academy Awards. What makes "Ponyo" so fascinating, besides how utterly bizarre it is (particularly towards the end), is that its from a director who has long been obsessed with the transformative power and enduring legacy of flight, dealing with a movie that is largely set underwater.