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Noah Rymer 3 years ago
Great fantasy adventure, somewhere between Tin Tin and Dark Crystal.
Phetcharat over 3 years ago
Nice mood.
Lydia Dyslin almost 4 years ago
I watched a little over half of it, so I can't rate it properly. Loved what I saw, though!
Leonard over 4 years ago
Tiny bit dated, otherwise a masterpiece. Can't recommend it enough.
Leif Jacobson over 4 years ago
A story epic in scope and grandly told. With a great voice cast to boot, a very fine film.
Grace 5 years ago
Very beautiful, though some of the messages were shoved down your throat.
SpikeDaCruz over 5 years ago
It's an enjoyable journey, but the feeling of WOW from his later movies is absent.
Annika Løchte Taylor over 5 years ago
Not the most memorable Miyazaki movie to me. Definitely in need of a revisit from my part.
William Fenton over 6 years ago
Even a prosaic Miyazaki is interesting and enjoyable.
Lindy Oates over 6 years ago
Beautiful. Good story, a little long but it's so good you don't really mind. Love it.
Randi Steers almost 7 years ago
One of Ghibli's best. A wonderful story of friendship & discovery. The art is spectacular.
Chelsea Foreman almost 7 years ago
Sweet movie. Worth watching if you love Studio Ghibli films.
Jorge A Guizar M almost 7 years ago
In a steampunk world of old technology they find an anciet floating castle. great watch
David McKinstry 7 years ago
This was a masterfully made movie. One of Miyazaki's best....filled with action!
Renard Bansale over 7 years ago
Miyazaki's first true masterpiece. Deep, action-packed, with tender youth romance to boot!
Nate McBean over 7 years ago
You rated this 4 stars on 5/8/2011 (netflix)
Michael Cole over 7 years ago
Miyazaki's best film hands-down, recommend for any true anime fan
Andie Poland over 7 years ago
Paul McCamley over 7 years ago
Great fantasy adventure story with lovely design and strong voice acting.
Laputa: Castle in the Sky (天空の城ラピュタ, Tenkū no Shiro Rapyuta) (or simply Laputa) (re-titled Castle in the Sky for release in the United States) is a 1986 film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki. It is the first film created and released by Studio Ghibli. Laputa: Castle in the Sky won the Animage Anime Grand Prix in 1986. In the movie's backstory, human civilizations built flying cities, which were destroyed during a catastrophe, forcing the survivors to live on the ground as before. Just one city, Laputa, remains in the sky, concealed by a thunderstorm. In the opening scene, a girl named Sheeta (Anna Paquin) is escorted by sinister-looking agents under Colonel Muska (Mark Hamill). The ship is attacked by sky pirates led by an old, yet vivacious woman named Dola (Cloris Leachman). Sheeta escapes through a window, but she accidentally falls from the airship. As she falls, a pendant she took from Muska radiates and she floats to the ground. A boy named Pazu (James Van Der Beek)...
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