Miyazaki. Tomino's direction is horrendous, it's like watching an AMV.
Tomino's movies are really something else. His style is so much more impactful in a supercondenced form. Too bad that it's just so unusual that people who encounter it for the first time just can't keep up with it and most of them just give up.
That one interview where he is like "I guess I couldn't become a movie director after all" really breaks my heart.
Replace Spirited Away with Porco Rosso.
Man I'm tired of the "people are just too stupid to understand Tomino's shitty awkward dialogue/disjointed confused storyboards/flat uninteresting cinematography" excuse.
He just sucks.
I don't remember saying stupid.
If an intelligent person would dismiss any opinion that differs from theirs without giving it further consideration then intelligence is something I value little.