Tag Archives: miyazaki
A Timely Blogathon: My Neighbour Totoro (1988)
This newest review for A Timely Blogathon hosted by Movierob and myself, comes from Tom of Plain, Simple Tom Reviews. Tom has chosen to review My Neighbour Totoro (1988) – a Studio Ghibli classic, one of my absolute favourites. Tom’s blog is all about reviews of both recent and older films, and musings on television […]
Cara’s Blogiversary Bash: Spirited Away (2001)
The lovely Cara of Silver Screen Serenade is celebrating her first blogiversary with a big party! As a part of this momentous occasion, she called upon fellow bloggers to send in something about their most beloved films to celebrate. So, I decided to write a little review (bonus party kangaroos here) of one of my […]
Princess Mononoke (1997): Quick-shot review!
With the relatively recent retirement of Studio Ghibli genius Hayao Miyazaki, I’ve decided to revisit some of his classics. Princess Mononoke (1997) is one of Miyazaki’s most well-known films, famously ranking sixth on Roger Ebert’s top 10 list of 1999 (his review of the film is also required reading). This fantastical animated film focuses on the conflict […]