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16 years in the making, Princess Mononoke is a landmark in the world of animation. Directed by Hayao Miyazaki, one the creators of Studio Ghibli, Mononoke Hime is the story of a brave warrior, Ashitaka. He is attacked by a demon one day and unfortunately gets infected by a curse from the demon. Ashitaka is destined to die. But before that, he must find the truth behind the demon's attack. This leads him straight to an ancient forest where Gods rule the Earth, Beasts are large in size. Here Ashitaka witnesses the battle between nature and humans. While this happens, we watch spellbound!
The most interesting thing is that this movie has extensive character development. The details are very rich, the visuals stunning and the live-action scenes more than satisfying. That's not all. Joe Hisaishi's world famous score makes this movie more elegant. Watch Princess Mononoke and have a wonderful 2 hours of your life.. Highly Recommended...
This is what animation should be. Amazing detail and color with great story.
what a lovely film. the dilemmas, the constant confusion as to whom to really root for and a fantastic climax. loved this movie.
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This movie ranks #7 in Animation
This movie ranks #12 in Fantasy
This movie ranks #12 in Paste's The 100 Best Anime Movies of All Time
This movie ranks #16 in Top 100 Animated Features of All Time
This movie ranks #18 in Adventure
This movie ranks #20 in 1990s
This movie ranks #64 in Top 250
This movie ranks #70 in 100 Animated Feature Films (BFI Screen Guides)
This movie ranks #79 in MovieSense 101
This movie ranks #103 in FOK! top 250
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This movie ranks #110 in Fantasy Cinema: Impossible Worlds on Screen
This movie ranks #207 in 500 Essential Cult Movies
This movie ranks #254 in Asian Cinema: A Field Guide
This movie ranks #488 in Empire 500
This movie ranks #598 in Sight and Sound 2012 - Combined List
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