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The Wind Rises 2013

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I absolutely wanted to love this film, but even with tons of things to like, I don't feel the heart, blood and sweat that usually seem to go into Ghibli movies. It felt by-the-books, pleasure-less, unexciting. I was bored.

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Beautiful, heart-warming and tragic events entwined in this amazing movie - a true Miyazaki, nothing less.

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¿Quién ha visto el viento? Ni tú ni yo lo hemos visto, pero el viento sopla y hace que tiemblen las hojas.
Que el viento haga vibrar estas alas para llegar a ti.

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A good final effort by Miyazaki which, while well-made with some very nice moments, ultimately suffered because of its subject matter; there's a limit to how interesting you can make a film about a guy who wants to make really nice planes.

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A bit different Ghibli, this biopic of Jiro Horikoshi. Since I'm not that much of a huge fan of some fantasy Ghiblis I apprectiated the story telling a lot. Didn't like the movies such as Ponyo but could also miss some of the fairytale element from Porco Rosso or Monoke. But it was a pleasant sidestep: the chemistry between Jiro and Nanoko was amazing, havent felt a romantic plot this much for a whole and it was heartbraking to see. I also liked the hommage to the avation part, you could tell Miyazaki was a great fan of airplanes in general, but the Zero even more, even when theyre sort of the pyramids of that time. Great movie!

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A touching picture...

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Wonderful film. Feels like a spiritual successor to Grave Of The Fireflies.

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So... this will officially be the last film from Miyazaki. I'm certain it won't be long for Takahata to join him :(.
http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2013-09-01/hayao-miyazaki-to-retire-from-making-feature-films

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