Favorite Anime Movies?

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  1. Searren Banned Banned

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    Mine is Akira.

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  3. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

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    Spirited Away..

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    "Ghost in the Shell" for me, I think.
    Or "Wings of Honneamise" - that's a great film.
    "Akira" is a classic as well.

    Other notable entrances:
    "Metropolis"
    "Princess Mononoke"

    I've had "Spirited Away" in my collection for years but for some reason have never gotten around to watching it.
     
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    Kung fu Panda!

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    Wait... Wrong genre.
     
  8. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Definitely my favorite (though my exposure to Anime is limited.)

    I watched Akira as my intro to the genre, as it was touted as the best.
    I'm afraid I did not understand it. Why did he grow into a monster? (And why did it take so much screen time for the actual transformation?)

    (Oh yeah. Just reviewed the plot summary.)
     
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  10. Baldeee Valued Senior Member

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    I find the Studio Ghibli stuff charming, and much is quality anime, but I find the subject matter generally less appealing than the more sci-fi fare.
    For example, I'd much rather watch Appleseed than Howl's Moving Castle, and Patlabor than Ponyo.
    Those choices may not be the better quality but I find them more enjoyable.

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