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A Letter to Momo

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Following the premature loss of her father, Momo has to move with her mother to the old family house on a remote island when she discovers a message from her father that causes strange events to occur.
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Jeffrey M. Anderson
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September 05, 2014

The new anime A Letter to Momo feels like the movie that Hayao Miyazaki's final film should have been.
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Katherine McLaughlin
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May 07, 2015

This accessible and heartfelt anime charms because of its honesty and impressive attention [to] detail.
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Tom Keogh

September 04, 2014

Despite the hand-drawn film's supernatural edge, one of Okiura's lyrical strengths is acquainting a viewer with the poetry of the real - animated reflections of ordinary, beautiful things we see in everyday life without actually noticing them at all.
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Jonathan Kiefer
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September 05, 2014

Filmmakers of live-action fare, even that which ostensibly is aimed at adults, could learn a lot from its tact.
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Bill Stamets
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August 28, 2014

A sweet tale of a sad girl who moves to a new place and meets supernatural pals.
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Brian Gibson
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January 09, 2016

Here, magic-realism and emotional realism run together. The story can lapse into jokiness or drag its heels a little. But when Momo's anguish bursts, and she soon realizes how sad her mother's truly been, the film bursts to life.
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Tirdad Derakhshani
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September 05, 2014

A sweet, heartfelt, yet never maudlin story about an 11-year-old girl's coming to terms with the loss of her father.
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Tom Hughes
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April 30, 2015

The hit-and-miss English dub flattens some of the dramatic beats, but this is still a rather lovely piece of work.
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Kenneth Turan
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August 28, 2014

A striking example of Japanese hand-drawn animation, it casually combines things you wouldn't expect in one place.
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Anton Bitel
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January 29, 2015

Though made by the studio Production I.G, this is a markedly Ghibli-esque affair, overtly referencing Miyazaki's My Neighbour Totoro and Princess Mononoke among others.
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Thomas Lee
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September 04, 2014

It's difficult to imagine any children's movie retaining the attention of its intended audience for two hours, but this movie feels especially monotonous.
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Peter Keough
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August 28, 2014

Had Okiura cut some of the supernatural shtick he would have had a far more affecting and mercifully shorter movie.
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