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Brandy E 2 years ago
Too slow, too disjointed, too depressing, & WAY too many references to raccoon scrotum.
Lu mar 7 years ago
very good movie. with an important lesson
Robyn Hamilton over 7 years ago
Cute tale on the importance of environmental conservation- with testicular shapeshifting!
Myrielle over 7 years ago
funny but a bit strange
Diana LaPicha Mariani over 7 years ago
Nice animation but sometimes boring.
Randi Steers over 7 years ago
Fun-filled enchanting film by Ghibli.
Kyle James almost 8 years ago
Testicular shapeshifting Tanuki action.
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Pom Poko (平成狸合戦ぽんぽこ, Heisei Tanuki Gassen Ponpoko, lit. "Heisei-era Raccoon Dog War Ponpoko") is a 1994 Japanese animated film, the eighth written and directed by Isao Takahata and animated by Studio Ghibli. Consistent with Japanese folklore, the tanuki (Japanese Raccoon Dogs, Nyctereutes procyonoides) are portrayed as a highly sociable, mischievous species, able to use "illusion science" to transform into almost anything, but too fun-loving and too fond of tasty treats to be a real threat – unlike the kitsune (foxes) and other shapeshifters. Visually, the tanuki in this film are depicted in three ways at various times: as realistic animals, as anthropomorphic animals which occasionally wear clothes, and as cartoony figures based on the manga of Shigeru Sugiura (of whom Takahata is a great fan). They tend to assume their realistic form when in view of humans, their cartoony form when they are doing something outlandish or whimsical, and their anthropomorphic form at all other times....
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