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Leonard 4 years ago
Masterpiece. Mature and tasteful. But it skimmed the abuse of bright mind for war purposes
Kam-Hung Soh over 4 years ago
Evocative, sometimes wondrous. Inconsequential romance. Glosses over impact of the Zero.
Robyn Hamilton almost 5 years ago
Masterful for sure but I was expecting trademark Miyazaki whimsy and didn't find it here.
Veronica Swain almost 5 years ago
A slow burn.
zorlack almost 5 years ago
As always Miyazaki's work is beautiful to behold. But this film doesn't quite speak to me.
Michael Cole almost 5 years ago
A little disappointing for Miyazaki's supposed last film, but well made as always.
Juan Jimenez 5 years ago
Slow paced, though defines cinematography without saying one word during the first 5 mins.
Annika Løchte Taylor 5 years ago
A masterpiece. I would only change the fact that this shouldn't be Miyazaki's final work.
Mario Schievenini 5 years ago
I liked it. human emotions are always a big character in Miyazaki's.
emilio murillo over 5 years ago
Visually breathtaking; that's the best part of it. The story is also historically anchored
Dyah Agustine over 5 years ago
A beautiful movie, but I just can't seem to enjoy it...
Katherine Shaw over 5 years ago
Good combination of magical realism and actual events, delves into heart, mind, and war
Charlie Alcock over 5 years ago
Highly political, but let down by weak characters and heavy-handedness
William Fenton almost 6 years ago
Quotidian Miyazaki is still pretty good. Maybe I was in a bad mood. WW2 looms awfully.
Azure Cerulean 11 months ago
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Kevin Walker over 2 years ago
The Wind Rises is the 11th animated theatrical film directed by Hayao Miyazaki at Studio Ghibli. Based on Miyazaki’s own manga and the 1937 short novel of the same name by Tatsuo Hori, this is the story of Jirō Horikoshi, the aircraft engineer most remembered for his design work on the Mitsubishi A6M Reisen “Zero”, Japan’s famous World War II fighter aircraft. During the WWII years, the Miyazaki family business manufactured aircraft parts, including the windshields and rudders used on the Zero.
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