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So if you have seen a hayao miyazaki film then you should have seen this one, it's one of his best works!
Even being Miyazaki's first film, it is a detailed, mature work far beyond the scope of most animation directors and storytellers.
It has a great story, amazing characters, fantastic landscapes and creatures, wonderful music, and is beautifully animated.
Another Miyazaki masterpiece, this is one of my favorites along with Howels Moving Castle, Castle in the Sky, Spirited Away, and all his others. I haven't found one I didn't love. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Linda G. Williams
DVD works as if it were new, and Ghibli Studio features are consistently good.Published 28 days ago by Daniel E. Inlow
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|Anime is Dead||
Anime is not dead. Hayao Miyazaki is still around making excellent movies.
Dec 15, 2009 by Douglas D. Evans | See all 7 posts
|Warriors of the Wind||
Wariors of the wind was the original dub of nausicaa that horibly mangled and choped up the story. they cut out over 30 more minutes and replaced it with nothing. Not only is the dub horible but the words comming out of their mouths just replace the peace and nature loving ideas with "war is... Read More
Aug 24, 2009 by Geraldeen Dale Levi | See all 5 posts
|READ THE MANGA!||
I would agree that the manga is the superior story, going deeper into the complicated relationships between the nations of naussica's world, and revealing a pessimistic view of humanity in the end times that seems to me sadly accurate.
bear in mind that when the movie was made, the manga was... Read More
Mar 15, 2007 by Frank A. Perna | See all 4 posts
|Where is the blu ray?||
Dec 12, 2010 by Digital Tiger | See all 3 posts
|The Blu ray received a substantial restoration||
I'm going to buy it as soon as I see it. Disney has really been showing this movie the respect it deserves. Disney and Ghibli make a great team.
Mar 27, 2011 by Ford Madox Prefect | See all 2 posts
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