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Howl's Moving Castle [Audio: Eng]
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Guardian
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December 08, 2014

A floatingly delightful fairytale with its heart set on repealing the law of gravity.
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Observer (UK)
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December 08, 2014

There is little of the magic and Japanese flavour of such Miyazaki masterpieces as Spirited Away.
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Associated Press
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November 19, 2013

A strange delight awash in visual splendor, understated humor and clever body-and-soul transmogrifications among its bonny band of weirdos.
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At the Movies (Australia)
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December 08, 2014

It is so intriguing.
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New Yorker
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November 18, 2013

A richly inventive and enchanting delight.
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London Evening Standard
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December 08, 2014

[Miyazaki] may have made better films than Howl's Moving Castle, but it still exhibits his amazing imagination and astonishing detail.
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Seattle Times
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November 19, 2013

What you get, above all, is some enchanting flashes of classic Miyazaki and the nagging sense that something essential is missing.
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New Statesman
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December 08, 2014

Howl's Moving Castle is Japanese and anime, and therefore automatically more artistic than its US counterparts. The right cultural cachet gives you a lot of leeway.
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Time Out

October 18, 2008

A stunning example of a pure, disorienting dream logic that cinema provides all too rarely.
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San Diego Union-Tribune

December 08, 2014

Like Tiepolo, Miyazaki is a winged artist who flies in his own space, taking gravity with him. He can put us into a childish stupor of anticipation, then satisfaction. His vision is so free that it captivates.
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Wall Street Journal
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November 19, 2013

What a moveable feast of delights.
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TIME Magazine
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September 07, 2008

Palaces and shimmering lakes, warplanes and fire sprites all come to life at the breath of Miyazaki's graphic genius.
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