*1 Lupin the Third: Castle of Cagliostro
*2 Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind
*3 My Neighbor Totoro
*4 Crayon Shin-chan: The Adult Empire Strikes Back
*7 Urusei Yatsura 2
*7 The Tale of the White Serpent
*7 Prince of the Sun
10 Summer Days with Coo, Summer Wars, Castle in the Sky, Grave of the Fireflies
Most Important Anime ever made by Japan Media Arts Festival
*1 Nausica of the Valley of the Wind
*2 Astro Boy
*4 Lupin III Castle of Cagliostro
*5 Manga Nihon Mukashi Banashi
*8 Galaxy Express 999
*8 My Neighbor Totoro
*8 Mt. Head
Are you fucking kidding me? That film was nothing but "SAVE MUH EARTH" and was as slow as every other Miyazaki film. Is there something i'm missing here? It's like missing why Madoka was so popular when it was just 14 year olds messing with edgy shit.
>Best Animated Film of All-Time by Japanese film critics
>Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya not #1
>no mention of millenium actress, tokyo godfathers, or even ghost in the shell
spirited away is highly overrated, like a lot of ghibli flicks
hell, porco rosso and laputa were both better than spirited away
You already made a thread asking that a couple of hours ago.
Take it to /qa/ if you're so desperate.
>Are you fucking kidding me? That film was nothing but "SAVE MUH EARTH" and was as slow as every other Miyazaki film. Is there something i'm missing here?
Start with the fact that the quality of the animation doesn't look too bad compared to modern animated films, then realize it was made in 1984, with a production schedule of nine months and a budget of about 1 million, which is an amazingly small sum for such a high-quality work.
It was the film that pulled together the team that would later become Studio Ghibli. Even the animators that didn't join Ghibli became legends -- the scene with the God Soldier climbing over the hill and nuking everything? That was a sakuga single-handedly animated by Hideaki Anno.
As for the story, you've actually spotted the one thing that made Miyazaki consider the movie a failure. The Nausicaa manga was actually a much more complex and nuanced work, which Miyazaki considered unsuitably complex for an anime. They used it anyway, but crunching it down to film-length stripped away all the details.
Solid list but there are surprising omissions, notably no Kon? Also surprised to see Coo on there, I didn't know that was that popular. Very cool to see Yamamura repping independent animation on the second list, even though I prefer Country Doctor.
The best anime ever, without any doubt, is Evangelion. Not only is the plot amazing, it delivers important themes about society and has a lot of symbols about religion. Pisses me off that people don't understand how beautiful this anime is and I just want to punch them in the face.
>itt: plebs unaware of nausicaa's significance
Nausicaa was one of the biggest anime films in Japan. She's a cultural icon in Japan, and the film itself was a huge influence. It's important. Stop letting your shit taste get in the way of objective facts.
>having a 5-way tie for 10th place in your list
I want to know what Japan puts in their water so that I can make my enemies autistic.
>the EA of anime
>impegman EA is overrated
gb2 >>>/v/ and be angry about video games somewhere else