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    Quote Originally Posted by jamie1990 View Post
    Oh now that's very interesting. I always thought that what was most impressive about Makoto Shinkai's works were the idealistic CG backgrounds and lighting. Is the animation really good as well?
    They are.

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    yes 5 Centimeters Per Second and The Place Promised in our Early Days have the most impressive animation I've ever seen.

    On par with "Wonderful Day"

    those are my top 3 especially in terms of animation in no specific order.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vphamv View Post
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    Uh huh. It really does look as though all the visual impact is coming from the backgrounds and lighting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alex90lee View Post
    Steamboy is also cool, it's quite on par with Hayao Miyazaki's works.

    Last to mention is Afro Samurai, starring Samuel L. Jackson as the main character. We got M*****F****** samurais in this M*****F****** wasteland!
    Can't believe I forgot those two. Steamboy is the best animated movie ever probably. Never seen so much moving on screen at one time, Howl's Moving Castle is close though.


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    Miyazaki's work is probably some of the best animations ever created. Spirited away and Princess Mononoke blew me away completely

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    Yeah. Spirited Away was as smooth as glass. But honestly I found myself drawn to it for the story not for the action.


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    ^Oh yeah, forgot to mention that movie, I also loved the story. Anybody that criticizes Miyazaki's works deserves a niiice push off a cliff
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    Well, I actually didn't like the story to spirited away all that much. Animation was great but story didn't do it for me. IMO Princess Mononoke was better.
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    I love most of Miyazaki's stuff, but Spirited Away felt like rape. Honestly.

    But except for Shinkai's work, my favorite animation exists in Wolf's Rain and Cowboy Bebop. The last episodes of Wolf's Rain was something not of this world. There's something beautifully pale about them.

    And newer stuff? I was impressed by Pale Cocoon and Toki wo Kakeru Shoujo among others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vphamv View Post
    Well, I actually didn't like the story to spirited away all that much. Animation was great but story didn't do it for me. IMO Princess Mononoke was better.
    Really? I think the other way. Princess Mononoke had better action and I liked Ashitaka, but Mononoke-hime's attraction to him just seemed fake/forced. Its still one of the greatest animated films I've seen though.


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