Spirited Away

Spirited Away
US Theatrical: Sep 20, 2002
Japan Theatrical: Jul 27, 2001

Animation Studio: Studio Ghibli

Popularity: 47th All Time, 445th This Week

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said at 9:54 PM on Fri Mar 16 2018
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I remember seeing this many years ago with my sister, when it first aired on tv. Man, to this day, it's still awesome hearing Jason Marsden voice in it. As Haku I mean! =)
said at 9:46 PM on Wed May 24 2017
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Lilo, Kovu, Zira, Jumba/Cogsworth/many others, Rose Quartz/Megara, Twilight Sparkle/Melody, The Thing and Hamm/Mack/Abominable Snowman/too many to count in a bathhouse

this is like one big round-up of Disney talent isn't it
said at 9:38 PM on Wed May 24 2017
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currently watching this right now, very cool - what have I been missing out on all my life

also it's fun to try and pinpoint which characters the additional voices did - right now, I'm sure I heard Jim Ward as one of the frog people and Rodger Bumpass as the Foreman, and I'm sure it's obvious who the cleaning girls are voiced by
said at 11:11 PM on Wed May 24 2017
I take it back, it's not cool

said at 8:48 PM on Sat Dec 31 2016
"Spirited Away" is indeed deserving of the Oscar it won and notable for getting Western audiences interested in the genius that is Mr. Miyazaki. I do respect this movie for that reason, and I do recommend it. But on the other hand, it's also one of my least favorite Miyazaki movies.

Don't get me wrong, it's a great movie and is undeniably beautiful to look at. But I sometimes found Chihiro a bit too overwhelming (partially due to Daveigh Chase's sometimes grating performance -- the only weak link in Disney's otherwise fine dub -- although really you can't go wrong with any of the Disney-Ghibli dubs -- they are, regardless of what anyone might tell you, some of the best in business, at least in my opinion). That said, Miyazaki still employs enough interesting bits of artistry and symbolism to counter for that. The episodes involving the "Stink Spirit" and No Face, in particular, are rich in their meaning.
said at 2:52 AM on Thu Dec 29 2016
This was my first Ghibli film in the early 2000s, it was cool, had a lot of mythologies and this really nice inn
said at 7:48 PM on Fri Nov 25 2016
A friend of mine shared the movie on Facebook, and as I was watching it I thought Lin sounded a lot like Meg from Disney's Hercules, and crazy enough, I was right
An Awkward F*ck
said at 4:03 AM on Sun Nov 6 2016
Ayyy Chester & Lilo are in a movie together.
said at 7:47 PM on Tue Oct 20 2015
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Finally saw this two weeks back, and it's one of the best animated films I've ever seen. To think this is only my first from Miyazaki. Also, apparently Lilo and Jumba encountered each other twice in the same year.
said at 11:00 AM on Wed Nov 12 2014
great film!!
said at 7:54 AM on Thu Dec 19 2013
 6 Shout Outs!
The only way to describe this film- no, masterpiece- is through the words of Mary Poppins.

"Practically perfect in every way."
said at 12:21 PM on Fri Dec 30 2011
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You want to hear something interesting? I actually watched this film with my English class a long time ago when I was in the 6th grade. The assignment was to write a movie review, and I personally couldn't thank my English teacher enough for showcasing this. This film has that good old-fashioned Miyazaki heart to it.
said at 10:01 PM on Sun May 29 2011
Excellent movie. I love it. I absolutely love it!
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