Brocktune wrote:Where the fuck is "Panda Go Panda"?!?!?! man, you want to talk about masterpieces.....
ThisIsTheGirl wrote:Had to go for Spirited, just because it still sends sparks down my spine when I watch certain scenes.
I should point out that Ihave yet to see Castle in the Sky, The Castle of Cagliostro, Howl's Moving Castle, My Neighbor Totoro or Porco Rosso - so I can't give a totally informed opinion.
ZombieZoneSolutions wrote:that being said, however, i was disappointed by HOWLS MOVING CASTLE
Not to start a debate or anything, I'm just curious. I "liked" it, but it's rare that I just "like" a Miyazaki film.
DinoDeLaurentiis wrote:The little putzes, you gotta to buy a their love, no?
AtomicHyperbole wrote:I doubt that any animation would imitate McKay's style anyway, that'd be very hard to nail.
AtomicHyperbole wrote:To be fair, the animation is very good in that piece and balances a reasonable line between anime and western styles.
Fleischers work was far, far more cartoony.
I'd probably say (heh, but I'm biased) Cosgrove Hall in the UK would be the best bet at retaining a style.
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