Analysis Of Hayao Miyazaki Movie, The Founder Of Studio Ghibli- One Of Japan 's Biggest Franchise

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I’m standing in line at the OMSI empirical theatre with my sister and friend, I looked down at the ticket in my hands, and I got a surge of excitement throughout my body. I knew I was going to see one of the best movies in my entire life. I knew that everyone in that line was going to as well; reason being it was a Hayao Miyazaki movie, the founder of Studio Ghibli- one of Japan’s biggest franchise. I could say I have never been acquainted with a soul who thought negatively towards these movies created by Hayao Miyazaki. He is a very thought-provoking being, someone who can make you inspired and passionate towards living and breathing. Not to mention each one of his key characters is a woman filled with independence and integrity, which so often is not, emphasized enough. Correspondingly, I looked down at my ticket a hundred times or more, the movie I was seeing was ‘Porco Rosso’. The title may seem very strange in a sense, but this movie was a piece of art, so much so, when it ended I had tears streaming down my cheeks and I walked crying out the theatre. That is how much it moved me, but this isn’t the only exclusive anime saga that has made me cried before, my sister being included in this culture as much as I am, together we watched ‘Blood +’ an anime romance. The end of that I’m sure I went through twenty boxes of tissues. Genuinely, it felt good to feel this kind of emotion- nonetheless; this kind of culture has made millions of people like me feel empathetic towards…

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