The BD for Princess Kaguya comes out tomorrow and it ships with English subtitles. Looking forward to finally getting to see Takahata's latest masterpiece.
Oh shit this film is amazing, saw it in the cinema for the like fucking 2 days they showed it. Probably the best film I've seen all year and easily should get the Academy Award for best animated feature.
>i don't have a single image of kaguya to shitpost with
here, have a replacement 2hu instead
Clearly you need shitpost training. Report to /jp/ immediately.
Just coming to ditto, don't pass this movie up.
>type "kaguya" into search on Gelbooru. Literally all of them are of the Kaguya from Okami
>went to watch this with a friend
>cried at the ending
>I was a huge fan of The Wind Rises
The Wind Rises, in my opinion, was just mediocre. Sure, it looked good and all that, but it felt like it wasn't nearly as good as it could have been.
But in comparison, I really liked Kaguya-hime, it was surely one of the best anime movies I've seen in a while.
Those guys are probably just being trolls. I hope...
Youtube comments are full of terrible.
>The art turns me off, I wish they make a remake with better art.
>The animation is so annoying. This is just Mulan 2 tbh
>This looks so lazy...
>The only thing that kind of turns me off to the art is where she is running, it looks unfinished...
Somebody actually criticizing what is probably the most impressive scene in the whole film. People calling it lazy not realizing that animating this way can take a whole lot more effort than standard Ghibli style. People whining that it isn't typical Ghibli art style.
Animation and art are both top tier.
Story is not as strong as his other works or other Ghibli but the film is an 8 or 9/10.
I liked the The Wind Rises more cause I'm an engineering student and the story spoke to me in more ways then one.
However Kaguya has better art and animation, but you can see for yourself when subs are out
This. It wasn't another run-of-the-mill generic fantasy film by Miyazaki, it was a personal story about dreams and consequences and that everything comes at a price in life and that the greatest achievers make some of the biggest sacrifices to achieve their dream.
The Wind Rises was a mess as far as I was concerned. The airplane and engineering scenes were terrific, but everything about the guy's personal life and the love story seemed stupid and irrelevant BECAUSE MIYAZAKI TOOK THEM FROM AN UNRELATED BOOK.
Imagine if someone did a Terminator reboot but borrowed half the plot from The Traveling Pants.
Saw this in theaters in Tokyo, was really neat. Although advisory: the "really amazing" scene they show in all trailers of Kaguya-hime running into the night is the tiniest segment and kind of overhypes the style of animation you're going to get for the other 99%.