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"ghibli" Discussed on Anime Podcasters
"I found this corner of the anime stone that we are all you know what I mean? Like I'm just happy this section of animes like being explored more and more and I can't wait to watch more of these films and maybe get full podcast on some Ghibli movies cuz we're getting we have we're definitely going to go over a lot of these at some point. Yes, like I feel like I feel like some of these we may have to reschedule. Watch before we start a podcast on the like there's a lot there's a lot to unpack with each one of these movies. I'm probably fill my brain. I'll probably feel my brain up with the trivia that I forgot about Le Coq one that came out. Yeah probably so that one was good on solid give you that one shade has been thrown off. All right the final thoughts. Were you guys go ahead and hot chocolate with whoever wants to go first. I even after all these years. I still haven't watched all the Ghibli movies as has been apparent by this list like well, you guys brought up a cat returned or pom poko or like any any from like that? Obviously, I haven't watched them all but I still do have like tend to I do love the Ghibli movies. Like I said noska and poker. Oh so geeky Spirited Away. I do love what I've seen - Totoro and probably a few of birth. Let me clarify everybody. He meets Totoro himself. He likes the movie. I liked the movie find Totoro jump off actually, but you watch what you say about my mother funk you Toto quick question cutter of jump off a cliff wage progression up for Auto Group here with back in the B series what Christian Mark Toro the character or the bugs from nausicaa the army of bone Tundra. He's in your ear. You're bothered by the bug. I feel like they were they are more bothersome than Torah. They were like almost cybernetic. No. No, they were they were real bugs. Yeah. Oh those no, okay. I don't know what I was thinking. Yeah. No still Totoro. Oh, okay, whatever freaky to me. I don't know why he just says, I think it's just like the the fact that like his proportions are so that his mouth is bigger. Like I don't care about before since I'll watch Attack on Titan all that but talking about portion of the mouse because it's big enough to put May in there and she'll never come out again. I'll watch the attack on Titan and all of that but just told her out himself freaks me the touch up all day long. Never watched season two or three or four ever. But yeah, I'll watch season one on repeat actually exactly a skill. I do that with a lot of shows Austin are playing through the game and say that he watched. Yes. I am basically have yes, I do but I I heavily enjoy what I've seen Ghibli and hearing that there's still going and working a new Ghibli movies coming up in the future. I can't wait to see where they go from there fair enough are enough and for yourself Q..
"ghibli" Discussed on Anime Podcasters
"Really? Yeah. I was going to say okay. I really love Mononoke but like as much as I love that like I have such a I have such a bad taste for post-apocalyptic stuff. Like I'm making a cartoon about post-apocalypse stuff like in in private. Sorry. It's not private anymore, but it's or like that's my passion birth. Project and like any movie any movie that like takes place in a post-apocalypse and does something different like every post Apocalypse movie is different somehow off and modem. Sorry. Goddamnit Motors nausicaa. Sorry nausicaa is different in the sense that like it's not so much about how crazy and how different that world is it's about how it's very much about nature should be respected and preserved while also saying well also saying there's a way for everyone to Coexist on this world and I find that much more refreshing than like say Mad Max is just like every we we all need water let's all band together. I don't know. I haven't seen that movie in a while. But like I like I like the I like the message of nausicaa. I love the designs and it's in honestly, that's just why it's one of my favorites favorite Ghibli movies. I also want to highlight the fight. I just came across. Apparently there's a Studio Ghibli Fest that happens every year. It's been happening since 2017 and they just rebroadcast movies and in the 29th and 2019. They had a little Studio Ghibli fifteen nineteen and they showed house Moving Castle which was the 15th anniversary 15 year anniversary. Nausicaa 35 year anniversary and Kiki's Delivery Service 30 year anniversary. That's crazy. Yeah, he's an older one. How old are these movies movie. Apparently from the eighties and nineties Rose. I thought they were like early 2000s like I keep getting about the the years that were made in damp. Anya was like 2008 knowing so much about these movies. I don't remember their fucking release dates. Yeah, you know, we're thinking behind the scenes except when behind the scenes head home exactly the most important part I'd say, I mean it is what it is. Okay. So before we wrap things up, let's any any final trivia Hunt Hot Shot off. Or a hard drive yesterday Austin don't know shit. Oh like the movies. That's it. Trivia. I like movies. What about in Algiers que before we wrap things off your good. I feel like it's past the I think it's past the point of like doing trivia. I think it's about time we wrapped up. All right. What's the most recent Studio Ghibli movie I Marty Wind Rises is the earliest one. I can think of Marnie. I don't know. That was a 2014 one point. All right, what's nice question was I already getting Showtime was my least. When was the show? When was the showtimes for My Neighbor Totoro in two thousand six? $9,000.
"ghibli" Discussed on Anime Podcasters
"Well, one of the or something that I completely forgot about was like when we were talking about nausicaa, I forgot to mention the scene with the Young the Giant Robot the secret weapon like towards the end of the movie that was animated by a first-time earlier like this is that yeah, it was animated by a guy that was really new to animation. Like he was a student like fresh out of school and like he didn't have a lot of experience but when they did the pencil test for it, the director was life. He's in he asked to work on this movie He's Got the Right Touch. Yeah. I think he's been in I think that particular animator has been on most of these movies. I wonder like staff wise like today. The same musicians the same animators like a Studio Ghibli, I think so, I'm pretty sure I think the I think the one exception is grave of the dog. Are flies cuz I think is like grammar the fireflies on Totoro. We're made around the exact same time. So like they were I think they were working on two different movies and then they released the films as a matinee or like a pair a package deal. And as I recall, they they're animators and like there they didn't have like a full staff when they put that movie together. So like they they ended up like creating a course. I'm like, this is what we want to do with with the studio. This is the way that we do things around here and they started hiring like permanent staff. So like wage right now, they still have like permanent people who are still doing still doing these films. I mean, I'm looking over over here like on the on the Wiki page maybe, you know any of these but the notable tomatoes and character designers from Studio Ghibli. You got Masashi Ando. Makiko futaki tatsuya. Condo Kitaro Casa de do any of these sound familiar to you song. I'm guess. I'm very I'm very bad with like actual like Japanese or like people I've I I know very few..
"ghibli" Discussed on Anime Podcasters
"He means like it's not dead princess. No tire on the list. No keys number eight. Oh, okay, but like I feel bad cuz we actually sidestepped next next next to ninja class in the Land of Snow. I don't need one or yards. Are you buffoon? Whatever dude, it's some it's I'm in I'm in a Ghibli mode mode, whatever you want to call it, but I want to go back to this point Jim. You you didn't have fine. Other than that, you know, but cuz I said Ponyo and I felt like it was like a you guys didn't agree like Hotshot loved it and kill you you weren't about it. I feel like God, is that what I yeah, I think it's just that you surprised that it was ion. I was surprised cuz I I don't think it's that good. I'm not saying that's bad I'm saying it's a cute movie but you know, I don't think I like Ponyo. I don't think it's what was it above it was above it was number four. Well not school was over there often. Okay, wasn't so how's Moving Castle grossed more than ano? Okay. Oh, I thought it's for I was too Spirited Away is too I would say so like it was for three and two so too was off then how then pain. Yeah, I I would put on you at like in eighth if I were to rank it from like top ten like I think it's a good I think it's a good Ghibli movie. It's just dead. One that I would find myself going back to nearly as much as like they Spirited Away Porco Rosso or Kiki really you taste of human blood. What else did you have? I love Ponyo such a long movie. Like it's I think the best part I think some of the best part of it is just like how nonchalant some some lines are red. Like, for example, there's the did you taste blood off like, okay. Well, when is consuming Blood part of the process of becoming human you have the blood? Oh God, that's the case vampires must be so human age limit of what she does to get ham though, when she breaks free of her father's person and controls the waves and runs on them with her fucking chicken legs and just jumps off and just jumps onto the onto the surface for the sake of ham and then causes a almost globally wide tsunami because I watch it off. It was like raining like crazy outside and that just like it felt like the right vibe to watch that movie. I don't know why but like the fact that it was like rain, that is perfect. That's probably the perfect time to watch that movie in the next morning happen. It's all sunny and they go out in the boat. Then you're just like it's raining. You're just like your if you put pain you on at the right time the Sun will come out towards the.
"ghibli" Discussed on Anime Podcasters
"I I tried watching it one time when I was younger with my sister very rented it from Blockbuster. I thought that was and I just couldn't stay awake then tried watching it again with my sister and my dad and I just couldn't stay awake through it either and I'm just like this movie always puts me to sleep. I don't know why it was going to have to do it like straight up in the morning tomorrow to like get you to sit through. Yeah. Sure make me fall asleep again right after I wake up for me. It was ocean waves like one of the tiredest. Yep. Heard of that one ocean waves. That was the one that for me I got through it. I I didn't like it. I really didn't like do you mean Tales From Earthsea or so? It's it's a Ghibli movie called ocean waves. Oh, okay. So I don't think that one is not necessarily have to watch to like have seen them all know for sure. Like I think or that one's it's just one of the ones that that that's just kind of what part of their repertoire the ones that are that most people agree are consistent wage really good ones are the ones directed by yeah, Miyazaki, but in in my opinion as far as house moving council's go their house moving castle one, I love the design of the world. But other than that, I think the movie is really sluggish and there's not a lot that happens. Like there's no there's no like beginning middle and end to it. Like it has like the first part is the main girl going off to try and find a cure for your actual doing trying to find a cure. She just kind of leaves She's Gotta leaves because I'm old now, I think yeah old I'm a leaves eventually just leaves her home with like with no explanation then like Midway through the movie wage. If there's a war going on okay, nothing happens there like like how is flying over a battlefield he comes back and then then the then the then the new plot for the movie is fowl is like fixing the howls cursed because his heart is missing. There's no consistent Choice as to what is supposed to happen in that movie. I do like the the environment of the world. That's that's the strongest part of it and house. Like what is a demon mode or like his true form? It says it's one of the curse word fuck things. It's even worse for me because I don't I was interested because at the time when I saw it the Dark Knight was a big movie. Okay and Christian Bale is the English voice for how so he uses his palm like voice for like the the owl saying or whatever he is. I was going to give this movie a second chance, but no so it's it's really distracting and like it's one of the one of the low-wage Or Ghibli movies for me, please. How how to come down to go actually actually affected at a point that one of my favorite characters in all the Ghibli movies. I saw was in that movie for me was calcifer the little girl named Kelly Lambert hilarious. I think it's a really good character. I know like I love like you gotta know. I'm going to die. I'm going to die like no, I'm just getting clean and I know seriously like put words..
"ghibli" Discussed on Anime Podcasters
"Podcasters. I'm your host household Ginger and with me. I have two people that I'd rather watch Dave alone. Go ahead and say hi guys. Hi. Hi guys, guys. Sorry. That's why I'd rather leave them alone. Today. We have the I have a big I'm very excited to be here with you Hotshot. It's been a minute. It's been a minute. I mean life happens and all circles of the world and we are no exception to that. We've had to adapt. Yeah, that's just kind of yeah. Yeah. It's a it's a Christmas time all around GoPro kills here as well. How's it going man? Hi. I'm the one that no one wants here. You're right. I'm the I'm the stepdad wage. He wants to see come back. You're right. I have a couple of quick housekeeping notes. I want to get to before we get into this very special episode of the podcast when we're going to be talking about Studio Ghibli movies. We're going to have a long form discussion with hot shot and go pro Q. I'm very excited to get their input on it because they have been watching a many movies and I've caught up basically. It's the only way I can say for once. I'm catching up to a Hotshot on something that's anime based. So I'm really happy. This is like new territory. So let's get into these weird actually. Yeah a little bit and let's get into these housekeeping notes. I'm going to put a time stamp in the podcast as to where you can skip ahead if you don't really care. So first of all, we have new artwork for the podcast by Kyo. Thank you so much and it looks amazing the new cover photo in the new probation for the podcast and your logo is gorgeous. So a big thank you to you. Just I want to give you your credit your do the podcast looks amazing things that you so thank you so much for that Kyo series. And then I also want to thank everyone the Facebook page is nearing four hundred legs on our way to 500. So that's really been a really appreciated and then the three other things I want to mention off. So we have a new link where you could give us a reviews for the podcast. So if you go on rate this podcast anime podcasters, you can leave us a five star review and it will be on any podcast app allows it. So if you want to give us a rating the link is in the description, we really appreciate those also on my YouTube channel. I've updated we have now have a bunch of anime podcast or playlists. We have both of them for list topics only movie topics only gaming topics only and just a bunch of I broke down and organize all the episodes into different playlist. So if you want some specific episode of the jump podcast go check those out I even have a Naruto only playlist cuz we've done a lot of the are two episodes. We have we have like over ten which is crazy. And finally the last piece of thing I want to say. It's a stupid law in my room and I can't kill get up stupid. Sorry. I'm not even kidding. This thing is pissing me off at it off my pump filter get off the sorry. All right, by the way, guys you guys can suck. Messaging us on the Facebook Messenger about can you leave a review for us? There is literally a tab where you can review our review the page and the podcast and everything..
"ghibli" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"Like many of house later films, this one featured a strong heroine and themes about the dangers of pollution and war, both very important to how ill also noticed, includes flying machines, which fascinated hieaux from a young age. In one, thousand, nine hundred five Hieaux with his friends took a Hotta Tacoma and Suzuki founded Studio Ghibli and the next year created their first film Laputa Castle in the sky about an orphan girl named Shida and a boy named Pozo from a mining town. Together they go on an adventure that involves a gigantic city in the sky, called LAPUTA. Castle in the sky became the highest grossing Japanese film that Year Studio Jeb Lease, next films were my neighbor Totoro, which is one of my kids all time favorites in grave of the fireflies. Later came Kiki's delivery service about a friendly witch, a few others in between and then princess-mononoke. which became another high grossing Japanese film. In two. Thousand One came spirited away, which won awards in Japan and the US Accounta- me award for best animated feature. Even though all of studio, Ghibli films originally Japanese, most of them were translated into other languages like English so others can enjoy them as well. A few other popular films by Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli are howls moving castle upon you and the wind rises. The Wind rises tells the story of the engineer who built the zero, a Japanese fighter plane. The same one has father helped build when I was a child in Japan. The wind rises like many of High House. Other films is a warning about the devastating effects of war, especially on the innocence like he and his family during World War Two. In September two thousand, thirteen, high announced he'd be retiring and instead focusing his time on creating artwork for a studio Gb Museum, but everyone knew Hieaux and they knew he wouldn't rest for long. He began to learn how to use computers to animate, and even at his age when most people think they can no longer learn new skills. Out struggled through the process and created his first computer animated film called borough the Caterpillar. Instead of retiring, he is continued working on a new film called. How do you live? My children I have watched most of Studio Ghibli films and Love Them for many reasons first of all, we love the adventure stories and the wild exotic places they take us. We also appreciate the hand-drawn animation, because most films use computer graphics. Now it's impressive to see animations that are sketched and colored by hand. We also love the music which is often played by classical instruments. An is relaxing. while. Some of the movies have violence, they are often less noisy and over stimulating like many computer animated movies. If you're looking for studio, Ghibli movies that are appropriate for younger kids are family recommends my neighbor Totoro Kiki's delivery service whisper of the heart, the cat returns and Pancho. Something else I love about his films that they remind us that people are imperfect. His characters don't always make the right decisions and make mistakes also has villains are always completely bad often they're someone who is misunderstood, and once the main characters come to know the villain. They end up becoming friends. Haya one said I get inspiration from everyday life. He also said. You may not like what's happening, but just accept it, and let's try to live together. Even if you feel angry, let's be patient and endure. Let's try to live together I realized. This is the only way forward. And always believe in yourself do this. No matter where you are, you will have nothing to fear..
"ghibli" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"History. This break I hope you're having a good evening. And you had a good fourth of July before we get started a shoutout to Leo and his MOM Keira in Brooklyn New York. And Miles Jona Olivia and Logan from HAREM IN UTAH. Also big thanks to everyone leaving reviews. A shutout Jack. Brendan and Anya Kelly from Rochester New York and Harper from Anchorage Alaska keep the great reviews ratings coming. I read them all and I sincerely appreciate them. Also be sure to tell your friends about us. You can do a post on facebook or instagram or your favorite social media platform. Do you like animated movies. Have you ever seen? Or my neighbor Totoro these are beautiful. hand-drawn animated films made by Studio Ghibli and it's brilliant artist and director Hypo Miyazaki. Miyazaki has become one of the most celebrated film animators and directors of our day, but as beginnings were small and simple, and is, you'll learn sometimes fraught with danger during the years of World War Two. High Al Miyazaki was born in Tokyo, Japan on January fifth nineteen forty one. Japan is an island across the Pacific Ocean from the United States and located in East Asia. The same year high was born Japan and the United. States went to war. Hios father worked in a factory. The built airplane parts for Japan's Air Force specifically for the fast and Agile Zero, fighter planes. For the rest of his life Haya was fascinated by airplanes and the wonders of Flight Eight. Overtime Japan began to lose the war against the United States and our allies soon American bombers were flying over Japan and dropping bombs on its people to try and in the war. High our remembered seeing the bombers and hearing bombs dropped nearby. His family left the city for safety until the war ended, but he would forever remember the horrible days of world, War Two, and what it did his own beloved country. Young Hi al love to draw. He wanted to become a Manga artist in Japan, cartoons and comics are called Manga. hieaux spent his free time practicing, but he always struggled to.
"ghibli" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"That if you're looking for more insight into like Takahara as a person he's just he's so much. Much less publicized than Miyazaki, because his films were more challenging, and he didn't have as much a like a signature. Her visual or a narrative style is sake. It wasn't it was never as easy to get into his films or to track the specific fascinations he had but here's a really strongly individualistic creator, and that's that's the kind of thing we love around here. I think our listeners should just check out the entire Studio Ghibli package on Polygon Because we. Oh, it's A. It's not just simply a collection of of of essays, which were plenty the plenty of those, but also a broad conceptualization in history the studio as well so so it gives you gives you yell the big picture as well as a lot of you know more idiosyncratic pieces as well I think it's It's a masterpiece Tasha. Not You thought you really knocked out of the park and I think it's one of those one of those things that can be there and that that readers can access as they continue to kind of catch up with learn about agility films is going to be there for people to see. Thank you, Scott I appreciate that and in the same spirit. I encourage people. People through whatever form of access they have in their hometowns, countries to dig deep into the catalog and watch as many of these films possible you may want to save your your mind toward arose in your spirit in a ways either for last or for Rewatch, but it's just really rewarding digging into the full catalog,.
"ghibli" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"And that also became one of Muzak. He's big themes. You know his his movies are just fascinated with disease, the disease curse that's spreading and killing people and animals in princess-mononoke, a or just like everything that gets Kirsten diseased and and robbing inspired away. howl in house. Moving Castle has basically is magic is becoming a disease for him like. With a lot of these movies, greed, or desire for power becomes a form of disease that takes disease aspects and this movie. Like turns it into a children's story turns it into the kind of sort of distant. Echo of you know something's wrong and you know you're not getting the full story and. Adults are dealing with something much bigger than you are, but you still have to go off and be kids, sometimes and I. There's just there's so many aspects of Tornado that are just so finally emotionally tune that feel so authentically like childhood. I think seeing it for the first time that was struck me more than anything. Just because again I was used to having the experience of Childhood Fed, backed me in a very like heightened and brightened false cartoony kind of way from a lot of American media, both both animated, and like even more so like Disney live action features where the kids were all like sort of. Like bright and precocious and loud, and the way may feels like a real four year old. Here I think is just remarkable you know in her, her little like storms of emotion of Lake, joy and excitement, and keep petulance than cranky. She gets when she's tired and how easily she's delighted when something unexpected happens. Kids just feel so much like kids to me. The other thing too that you know that you mentioned it. Tasha? Is that This film and and Pony Show and he. He's delivery service I mean these are films about a single parent who was kind of a? Single parent a couple of, but just like the idea of kids who are not don't have helicopter parents who don't don't have eyes on them all the time, and who have to kind of find their way out into the world, and discover things on their own, and maybe you know, go outside of the bounds that that are more attentive parent or would allow them t t to go so that feeling of discovery endanger. Is a part of these movies to. Think that also applies to your pick Tasha terms of yeah. Of course of course. Of? Course your pick. Your parents disappear at a certain point. Right pretty early. Spirited away I just have to talk about it, i. Am kind of obsessed with fared away, I wrote a gigantic piece about it at the dissolve that still knock on wood, available on the Internet. As a movie of democracy did a few huntings, it was a movie of the week. We did a few things on it. Yeah, we did a bunch, but like this was. This is one of the cases where I just like obsessively delved into one aspect of A. I was fascinated with. And you know it was kind of like film scholar..
"ghibli" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"An okay but I saw it like after those two, and it didn't stack up in comparison and as a result, I haven't visited enough like I. Haven't watched it again. Having seen so many other movies I'm really kind of long overdue for that. But. What always struck me about? It was just the fascination of a story where effectively the the villain, the enemy is loneliness and the disaffection. They comes with having friends, but feeling that you really fully connected with them. Because Kiki isn't like isn't lacking for companionship, lacking for people to relate to or even people who treat her in a friendly way, or or want her in their lives. She's just having problems relating to them. She's having problems feeling that she is where she belongs and kind of understanding who she has in his, she needs to be and she kind of falls into. Into a depressive snap and it. It feels like she's going through adolescence. She's experiencing big emotions that she doesn't know what to do with exactly and that it just seems so well observed, but so ridiculously daring for to make that the big central conflict I guess this is the time where I admit I keys is one that I haven't seen love love it. Well. Max I I. It's interesting because I. I feel like why are said this? My jubilee viewing skews a more away from the sort of younger I for lack of a better term and I was going to try and get through this whole episode without admitting this, but I also haven't seen Totoro. Yeah those are the those are the real big holes that I'm looking very forward to filling because castle in the sky kind of put me in the mindset of wanting to like delve deeper into that arm of Jibbidy, because the jubilee I am more familiar with is the one informed by my first job film, which is Princess? monon okay and was the one I was going to talk about, but we can finish talking about Kiki's I if this anyone has anything else left assay. Think this can all you know? Melt from from one to the other like sort of villain or something I will say if you haven't seen those two I'd I'd watch keys..
"ghibli" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"I think that's probably where I saw it and to this day it's unclear if by the end of that by the time we had like three, or so of those, I think people were trolling us like actively taking scenes from UTICA. Does anybody remember what? Every time he turned out to be. Promise I was GonNa, Watch the CO and I still haven't I for. Some reason owned two copies of it so maybe I'll send you. Do you mind? But that's an Tezuka character right? According to the Wikipedia page I just pulled up it is. Will there you go again? I know as little as possible about it Zucca to me like I, know him from from Astro boy. I know him from some later. Like Long Forum sophisticated Manga stuff that I haven't myself I know him from. I can't remember the the Japanese title for it, but was basically the jungle king, it was the the animal story that became Kimba the white lion in the US and if you look at the kind of the design for that like that's your, that's your missing link. That's your. Where was like kids? Automate at the time and Kimba the White Lion Like I love that as a as a kid. It was one of those older cartoons that came on at like five thirty in the morning in the, we paid almost nothing for the for access to this kind of Saturday morning shows. But it was basically this this very big, eyed, bigheaded, big, eared, simple line, drawing a lion at restaurant in the jungle, solving disputes between animals in dealing with incursions into wild, and it was fascinating, because it wasn't really about. People was about like the the existence of some very very cartoony animals. But the animation style there. I mean it was influential. It was so influential in so early that it was actually a huge influence on me as ocoee himself one of our our. Stories was specifically about the relationship there and how Miyazaki came to a point in his career where he realized that Zucca ahead influenced him so much that he didn't feel. He had a style of his own, and in Gavin, a whole bunch of his artwork and burned it because he said I've got to start from scratch. I've gotTA start from from general principles if I'm ever GONNA develop my own style and not just be copying him That's really interesting to hear it because I to go back. Back to Unicorn Island magic. The last act of that movie takes place in a a castle made out of living puppets, which are basically just people that have been turned into little like black people who are bricks in this castle and it's it's very creepy, and there's a roller dragon robot that is very creepy, but there's these elements that I felt like I was seeing echoed in castle in the sky and I. I'm not suggesting that Miyazaki was referencing this like second in a series of three movies..
"ghibli" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"A Disney child adventure there're there are elements in like that train race where there's a car chasing trane along a disintegrating train trestle on people are shooting at each other from one set of tracks together. That would not be out of place entangled like that kind of modern Disney manic. Feel so in a strange sort of way. This movie feels a lot more like the films of my childhood does like totally and conceptually an execution. I find it easier, both easier to swallow and just maybe less engaging in some ways, because it isn't different in the way Movie are but then it goes off into these strange places not necessarily in terms of execution, because it's still an adventure, but emotionally others a lot of stuff in this movie that happens, that just feels. For lack of a better word I mean it's. It's very sake I. think that's kind of where I got stuck a little bit because I had just re watched spirit away a couple days before the family on our family movie night, which is Friday night if there's something that movie is so complete and so lyrical and gentle and kind of like. Get the sort of this hypnotic kind of flow of the thing and I feel like Kessel is kind of frustrating. mean away because it has moments like that where it's like okay, this is music is I understand him now then those moments give way to a lot of adventure and noise and your tangled mythology, and that sort of thing, so I I think it was. Maybe it's a me problem, or maybe it's about when I'm. You know how I come at Zakim? What my understanding of him is may have created a kind of a roadblock for me to go back and see this as something may be better than a formative work. Something as something that stands alone is a great movie. Yeah, I might take on his I basically just kind of I it's just neat. That's really simplify, but like I just loved. It's a thread throughout his movies are all the way out through the wind rises. How much he loves technology, and just how machines work in just designing all that stuff and just I was just sort of hypnotized less I mean you're right Sing Lake spirited away. Which I think is his best movie has a sort of a hypnotic quality that..
"ghibli" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"In March that was because of an injury, he saw woody Allen of all people Alamos talking about making a film entirely for streaming services because of the audience accessibility would have Suzuki says that thinking about that film and thinking about. About opening up jubilees work, a wider audience became a compelling prospect. He's also hinted at another reason for the digital saleability, though is, they said before Miyazaki's working on yet another film, but his the time intensive work process means that movie will be available for a few more years at least at the studio has put out a new film since twenty four fourteen when Marnie was there so the financial boost of selling. Selling the studio. Streaming rates was likely incentive. Whatever the reason we really don't mind. We're just happy to finally have more access to these films. Some of US grew up in an era. When weren't available at all in America? And we watched as they made, comes e inroads into the country I give tepid theatrical runs by Walt Disney studios, which didn't give much marketing. Push and coming to DVD in boulder is reforms. Distribution Company G cats picked up the release rights and started producing higher quality dobson discs that was a relief, but it still left Jim Movies as boutique features for DVD collectors now at outside the US. They're going to be very easy to find on that flex. The problem is that they're also likely to disappear into the giant pit of Netflix's offerings, like so many other titles, so we decided to sit down and talk about our personal experiences in recommendations starting with more in depth. Look at the studios very first film Haya Sakis Casselman Sky Music. He had already directed a couple of films before castle must guy starting with the castle of Keg Lucero a feature film adventure for Lupin Lupin, the third, the gentleman crook main character on a TV show that has worked on the nineteen seventies. He followed that up with Nas Ika of the Valley of the wind, a partial adept of Fantasy Manga epoch. He was working on the nineteen eighties. The success of that movie gave him in his TV partner ICU Takahara along Suzuki and producer Yoshio Tacoma the cloud that they needed to found Julie and one thousand nine hundred sixty castle in the sky. Who's the proof of concept studio needed? That's where generally story started, so that's start in the special one off episode devoted to Jibril metric, so.
"ghibli" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"Welcome to the next pitcher show a movie of the week podcast. It's usually devoted to a classic film, and how it's shaped our thoughts on a recent release. I'm Tasha Robinson here with genevieve Koskinen. Scott Tobias keeps now normally. This is where we do a little bit of mildly comedic nonsense leading up to the reveal of a specific movie pairing. We're going to be discussing then. We tell you what this movies have in common and how we're going to be comparing them over the course of a couple of podcasts, but this week we're breaking the rules and the usual format this. This week we're doing a one off. Self contained episode no pairing over probably get into a lot of comparisons, and that's because this past week. Some of our favorite movies became widely available for the first time, not just as repertory released favorites or BLU ray purchases, but readily accessible in streaming format visits the year that Japan's beloved Studio Ghibli fully enters the all mine age. Fans of this podcast probably fairly familiar with at least some of studio work like the Oscar winner, spirited away or the unbeatable children's classic serious animation fans probably deeper into the gym library into breakout environmental. Environmental Fairytale Drama Princess Monarchy or maybe the Disney home video releases castle, sky or Kiki's delivery service, or for even more serious information buffs, their stylistic experiments like the tail of the Princess Yuga or my name is the Amato's jubilee released one feature films so far with Studio Founder Miyazaki currently very slowly at work on a twenty second, but until just a few months ago, you could only see these movies, either by buying discs for home viewing, or by being lucky enough to catch them at special theatrical events or festivals, jubilees movies are masterworks of Tutti Cell animation with deep. Deep Lush backgrounds in vivid imagery, the made within attention to craft a detail, those particularly rare when the studio launched thirty five years ago and his, just about unheard of now when most students either moved over to computer, generated nation or operating a fast paced pipeline that doesn't allow for jubilees focus on handmade, work and part of that obsession with traditional craftsmanship has been a conviction that films don't belong on streaming services where it's harder to control the quality..
Baldo Looks Like Zelda Meets Ghibli... and We're Here For It
"We actually finally got an intendo direct. This week it was up into world showcase so we got to learn about a bunch of different games. I just wanted to start with asking. What's everyone looking forward to who sign? Brian obviously has one type super excited. The name Baldo. You never so rude as unbelievably rude. That's fair you know. I keep up that attitude. Maybe you'll be excited for one day to parents. Although I am. Do you make your all excited for Baldo? I think one day Baldo will come for us all but yeah I this to me was the highlight. This game to me was the standout of the direct. Apparently this has been known quantity for about a year but I just completely missed the boat on this last. So last year I think someone on facebook took ITN's trailer and shared it and that bootleg trailer did millions of us. Yeah so we have a a pseudo preview from John Ryan last from last year may twenty eighth where he talks about You know just the gameplay trailer this is the same trailer that ran in the direct yesterday. But the the thing that struck me about it it's like this looks like a level. Five Game Jimmy. It looks like something straight out of. Ghibli like the cats with these giant cauldrons. And there's like big robot dudes and I you know the the game plates me. Obviously we don't really know a ton about it but it looked like old school Zelda. You know it kind of reminded me a little bit of yes remember. Hob that game. Ha Yeah Yeah. It kind of looked like the style where you're looking at a kind of an isometric view and solving puzzles minimal combat petting dogs meeting interesting characters and honestly that game looks gorgeous. It's same sort of Cel. Shaded Watercolor style of the studio Ghibli film in like. Yeah that was the one to me that like popped out and and really stuck with me. I tweeted about it yesterday but like this game is coming in the summer and I can't wait like it looks. The developers specifically said they wanted to marry their favorites action adventure. Rpg Zelda like games with their favorite Famous Japanese animation which can only be studio Ghibli and they wanted to make a game that had both aspects together. I think from what looks looks like believe that I mean we have to play it to know for sure that they've captured the charm in the enemy shit and the gameplay that they were going for but it looks great.
"ghibli" Discussed on The Streaming Wars
"Welcome to episode of distributors. I am destined with me. Is Tony and we are here to discuss all the news from January seventeen th through the twenty third third. We have a bunch of different things to cover some more stuff Falling out of T.. Ca from the back half of last week we also have the content news it was revealed old out of the peacock investor conference that was last week as well and then just the normal group of stuffed trickles in here and there throughout for for a lot of the other services. So let's dive straight into net flick's first up bill. Pretty who is the CO creator of the Big Bang Theory has inked. A I deal with Netflix. Netflix has obtained the international streaming rights to the studio Ghibli Library. NOT FLEXES PICKED UP Bradley. Cooper's Leonard Bernstein. bio-pic and Netflix has announced a witcher anime film. So the first thing we're GONNA talk about out of this group of news is the studio Ghibli Library and Netflix. We had a listener comments. That came in last week or I guess earlier this week and the listener comment was like they wanted to hear our thoughts about this and I know Tony you had said in the past. You're not super familiar with what it is or why it's so popular. So what is it that would help explain what it is so I guess the the main thing is what type of films produced in. Why I what do they have such a following like? Is it from a cultural perspective. Is it like a narrative perspective. And I'm just trying to figure out why this is just such a big thing in general the. I'm not going to claim that I'm an expert by any means I am not. I can honestly say that I was introduced to steal through my wife who watches Che's who has watched all of the films and enjoys a has. Her favorites says enjoyed all of them. She introduced my daughter to them. My daughter loves them. The thing is the best way to describe. It is that it's it's basically the Japanese Disney and honestly that's the best way describe it. There's there's a huge group of of movies have been made over the course of multiple decades and there. It's about twenty twenty two films. I think total in their library but out of the twenty two films. uh-huh Hialeah Sake is is an animator who is the equivalent to Walt Disney. But in Japan. He's very well known and creates these amusing characters but the characters are very specifically focused on at like one off stories. There's no they never got to the point where they over merchandise. The characters are over exploited the the characters or anything like that to the sense of their their standalone stories. They create very unique creative creative and very well done. Stories has very emotional moments in a lot of the stories that that draw connections to adults and children very much like like some of the older Disney films and even some of the newer Disney films as well how they have the ability to connect with a larger audience. That's part of the reason why they're so popular popular the other reason. They're very popular as the characters that are created or not like the characters you would see typically in like Disney film which is mostly like animals that talk instead is dead in the studio Ghibli films. There's a lot of unique creatures and characters that are created from some of the most random things so one of the most famous characters is a tutorial and basically it looks like if you took a bear and you took a hamster and he kind of melted the to where where it's as big as a bear but it's like very round and fat and just cute looking and the thing is the big thing in Japan is why for not familiar with that. It's basically like things that are very cute and cuddly culture embraces the cuteness of these characters and that's part of the reason why the popularity has resonated for as long as it has but when it gets to the international market like over here in the states. It is something that has connected chew fans here in the states because unlike other anime films now enemy at least my interpretation is Japanese animation. That's how most people interpreted most enemy is made for adults. It's not necessarily made for kids. These films are made for children and they appealed to adults as well just like Disney movies. This can as well lots of anime that you typically see of is geared more towards an older audience. This is not that this is geared towards a younger audience as well so I think that's part of the reason but the other reason is so back in two thousand five or two thousand six. After Pixar was acquired by Disney. The the head of Pixar John Lasseter had a relationship with Higher Miyazaki in Japan and actually got a deal together for Disney to distribute the studio Jio Ghibli films here in the states because they were not available in the states. At least not you know legally and they've never streaming they were never obviously extremely was in the thing back then but they were weren't streaming. They weren't even available on disc so Disney actually partnered with them to distribute these films and it was like an extension of Disney without being Disney and and that as part of the thing and then they eventually they got to Blu ray now that distribution deal is is over with Disney Butts. Now it's interesting because we heard back in October each max picked up the digital streaming rights for North America for the studio Ghibli films specifically us and Canada and that was big news time because two weeks prior Studio Ghibli had the the director. Ed Studio Ghibli had said No. We we believe our product deserves to be seen on the big screen not on the small screen and that's why we are not anxious to stream these these movies and now here. We are less than six months later and now practically everywhere worldwide they'll be available on some sort of streaming service because within the United States they'll be available in. Hbo Max ax outside of the US and certain other regions. They'll be available on Netflix. So I think the biggest thing is it shows that one this these group the film's even though it's only twenty something films resonates with a wide audience enough for a streaming service to pick it up specifically here in the states. They made a big deal about it when when they announced that. But then also it's a big deal outside of the United States because net flicks decided they wanted the rights internationally so hbo Max Clearly. They're not ready to roll out internationally. In Studio Ghibli clearly wind the new license the rights internationally as well. So it's good for studio Ghibli because they get a lot of licensing fees from a lot of these deals but it's good for fans because a lot of these films will then be available worldwide for people to view. Gotcha that makes a little bit more cents now. One even know what they were. I didn't know if it was anime or not. I mean I know that. There's more of a strict definition among the purists but for me it was like well it sort of lets game but maybe not really and then it was just like what is what is the appeal. What sets this Quantico anime apart from the other other intimate that I've seen on Netflix? Or you know other places because net flicks is really as embraced auto intimate as of recently so for me in that perspective is like okay. They're just expanding their catalog in that. So category but now knowing would studio Ghibli is why it's important while your wife likes it in your daughter. It's nice to know to see a different opinion on the matter in an opinion. That's that appreciates how it it. Skills for kids and adults like some of the Disney movies Not all of them them better other things. But you know it's really good. When you can get the properties that can reach you know many people all people of different generations in cultures and stuff like that so I think he did a good job explaining what studio Ghibli the is in why they are important? While this is such a big deal so a follow Kushner have his. It's great for Studio Ghibli but for these studios right maybe you're auto companies like Disney or CBS or NBC. And you don't WanNa pony up your own network. I think Studio Ghibli is a great example of we'll crank out content but we'll have you know very lucrative deals with a bunch of people and the thing is Other the US rights probably made a good penny enough Huge huge distributor across the globe. MOM bigger bigger player than all these other industry market right now in the fact that they get a reached the audience kind of closest to home. I think the US steel sounds good in great. But I think this netflix still is really where students to Get a lot of that. You know streaming licensing revenue from in. I think that is I think. This is a good precedent for the smaller studios out there. There is just like hey we want to create content and let's have a bidding war to see who does best and maybe one company it does outbid the other one but you can judge Kate who who is best for what market people. I've Asli some of these. US companies are going to be great at getting US viewers. You know no the ones. I don't even know who a close second is in terms of global among other than enough lakes. And so I think this is a good precedent for future studios. It's definitely overall a good good good thing for some of these smaller studios. I the thing the thing is there's plenty of studios that don't have an extensive library you know. Sony is a good example of somebody who doesn't have a service is okay with licensing their stuff elsewhere and making partnerships in deals but at the same time they they clearly have very very extensive of back catalogue of content because they've been making television making movies for a very very long time. I mean just Columbia Pictures. Which is Sony owns has been making taking pictures almost as long as some of the other major studios like paramount universal? So the thing is they're not a good example. But when you look at some of the other studios out there that don't have have as extensive as a catalog or they focused on something very specific. There's a lot of opportunities for them to have their content reach a much wider the market with just in these international deals that are coming into play with Netflix. And it's nice to see that. Netflix is taking content from country three licensing and so that the entire world can see it. We've seen this a lot of different times Amazon's talking about how the they're going to be doing. More international deals and things like that overall. It's a a good thing all around to see this happening because it also makes the world a little bit closer knit you can see content and appreciate content from other areas of the world. Because that's not something you know we see. Obviously the Internet connects everybody but really absorbing content and understanding cultures based off of the media. That's presented is another way to really bring the world closer..
Why You Need a VPN
"Well. Let's wrap up by talking about some of the more secure ways you can browse if you have to connect them. We mentioned this at the very top of the show were. VPN virtual private networks and we mentioned that sort of man in the middle attack where you are logging into a hackers machine gene thinking that that's a a legit hot spot and then the hackers kind of relaying information and sniffing the entire time. Learning all about you. VPN's are kind of like that the legit side where you are logging into a remote server somewhere far away probably through an encrypted connection and then when you browse it's as if you're browsing from the servers location not your personal device so if I were to log into a VPN and then log into a web service the web service would see my location as the location of the VPN server not my gadget. That's actually in front of me right right and not necessarily just for if you WANNA look at your my little Pony Brownie fan fix but VPN's can be extremely useful if you're trying to access access a website that's only available in select countries. So if you choose to purchase like a consumer facing VPN product. And there's many out there. I could rate make recommendations but they're constantly changing as far as their privacy and security terms and policies. Go so I won't make any major recommendations here But if you choose. VPN that has a a for example a country facing server. That's in Japan. That means that I could download this. VPN Log into it connect through Japan and be able to access a website. That's only available to Japanese residences So I had to do that a few years ago when I wanted to purchase tickets for the studio Ghibli Museum through Japanese website. It wouldn't let you access it through an American server or an American connection so I logged in through my vpn through the Japanese server And I was able to purchase those tickets through the Japanese website. It thought that I was in Japan so it let me do it in that way I was able to save myself so much money. It was wonderful so you can do it for you. Know Oh buying goods buying tickets for you know going to a concert in a different country or a museum or something like that in a different country you can use it to access online streaming portals. That are only available in specific countries. you can use it to download. Specific things are only available in specific countries. Like the list goes on and on a as far as different ways that you can use. VPN's that aren't necessarily just directed for Security and privacy but are also directed at manipulating where the website thinks that you are coming from. Yeah and this can be a matter of life and death for some people like entering the United States. Religiously I use it for the purposes of things like privacy security and convenience but in other places where you might be in a country with a more authoritarian Ryan government one that is a far more restrictive in access to certain services if you're able to connect through a VPN which granted that means that that government agency hasn't been paying very close attention. But if we're able to do that then you can log into different things as if you were from some other part of the world and they get access to vital information or services that otherwise you would not have at your disposal so they play a very important role. In fact. I gave an example today with a friend the mine about how I would see. VPN's and incognito mode together being incredibly important so imagine that this is a terrible scenario. And I put that out there. I but imagine that you are in some form of abusive situation at home and whether it's a spouse of a Apparent into some sort of authority figure whatever may be but you're in that abusive experience. You're going to feel like you are helpless and you want to look for resources that can help you get out of that situation. But the same time you have a very legitimate fear of being found out for seeking out those resources and the fear of reprisal that you you might face as a result of that well using something like a VPN and incognito mode would mean that you're not leaving a trace on the network of what you're doing because as far the networks concerned all you're doing is visiting this VPN server. It's not seeing what else you're doing all in those you went to VPN server incognito mode means. You're not leaving the trace ace on whatever device. You're actually using to do that sort of search so these are the sorts of tools that can literally mean life or death scenarios for people and Yeah and it. Yeah and once you start combining those different security and privacy products together that are very consumer or friendly. Then you can end up having a much more secure experience online especially if you're dealing with some kind of like like an abusive relationship or something like that that can and be a something that you seriously have to worry about so definitely take those into consideration using an incognito mode and VPN's together together is so easy to. It's just as simple as opening up that browser window in private browsing mode and turning on your VPN which is usually Lee with a lot of software nowadays is click switch now computer and there are a lot of VPN apps out there like their love the services where if you subscribe to the service you can news Your computer or you can use a mobile device or you can use some combination of multiples and they're even ones where you can have it set as a default that as soon as you connect connect to Wi fi networks you connect through the VPN. So you don't even have to think about it in that case Which is definitely good? If you're using a mobile device in your connecting to public Wifi I five frequently. You definitely want to have that that that turned on because if you ever forget about it that's when you're going to have the opportunities for people to take advantage of you. The last example is go ahead. I'm sorry there's also the option to build your own. VPN But that gets very much into the nitty gritty since since there are a lot of consumer facing ones that are generally fine for the average. Consumer that's what I would normally recommend but when I go to Defcon for example I bring up like my own certificate my own. VPN and my own little lovie pin basically file. And I stick that on my phone to actually run and my own. VPN When you do that you're basically creating your own secure profile as opposed to trusting VPN company with your information in hoping that they are doing it for you. Yeah that's a great point Shannon because a lot of these solutions actually ultimately require you to put trust in another entity and and you know there have been cases where even VPN's have suffered data breaches in recent past. Where you know you have to worry about that kind of stuff to AH? There does come a point where you have ultimately you have to say to yourself. At what point am I comfortable handing over control or handing over the you know some of my data the because either you're doing that or you're doing nothing but the you know deciding where that point is is a very personal choice. The very the last one I want to talk about and we can do this. Very briefly is tour. The tour browser a tour initially was an acronym instead for the onion router and the reason it's called onion is because it does encryption in layers each outer layer being another layer of encryption and I gave a very simple analogy. Imagine in that you are trying to ship a present. Let's say I'm shipping a present to Shannon but Uh thanks you're welcome but I don't want you to know where I live For some reason and I don't want anyone to know that I'm sending a present specifically to you for some reason so what I've done is I've nested your package.
"ghibli" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast
"Star wars star wars was woke before before its time so that means it was it was telling the reference that all white people are bad i'm pretty sure that's worse ores in this scenario nick you are part of the y'all know no i was talking about stormtroopers they all wear the same armor all right well let's move on from star wars before we start a fight here our last certify well my statement was completely true see now nick starting to fight i'm just meeting you're the one that's starting this fight now we're fighting with you no one's fighting my plaid is coming together a fight you well get mad at us specifically withdrawal drama drama creates tension and tension creates i don't know where i'm going with this so our next news story a sow takahara who is the co founder of studio ghibli passed away on april fifth it's a sadder story but you know we usually hear about me as ocoee when it comes to studio ghibli but he's out to takahara was a was one of the co founders was the co founders to him in miyazaki they found studio ghibli together takahara's biggest notable works was probably heidi girl of the alps in seventy four grave of the fireflies and eighty eight palm poco in nineteen ninety four and tale of princess kgoradio in two thousand thirteen which actually got nominated for an academy award for best animated feature film in two thousand fifteen so i think i remember seeing that one that was actually a really cool really cool art style i mean it's studio ghibli but hold on is it ghibli jibbidy i've heard you're the first person i've heard it say ghibli i don't know.
How a Facebook app scraped millions of people's personal data
"The setting he didn't want to speculate or otherwise i mean i i had an interesting expense eddy cue is one of the most extraordinary people i think i've ever met and cetinje having a conversation i i was unaware as to i don't know i'm just naive and stupid that i haven't done my homework on him and so when i met him and he was talking about cars and stuff and blah blah blah and i was thinking you know i'm saying the big league here and i can talk rotate and then suddenly he whips out his fighting and says i'll have a look at this this is the car i just bought and then of course it's a one of one because he's on the board of ferrari blah blah blah and then you suddenly realize you know what i mean i you know i'm almost in the presence of greatness it was one of those he's he's in two different stratosphere yeah that's all these guys all the kind of these unknown apple executives and other tech executives were just casually worth a couple of hundred million quid or kind of changing industries i mean somebody them just anonymous but hugely powerful now i'm looking my lessons this morning about the story which is on the front page of the daily telegraph but i'm sure that it's on your mind pretty much every day the end the wild west for tech which is where we in essence the cabinet minister responsible for overseeing them i mean you know this is this comes on the face of another sort of scandal if you like of data having been sold i'll ghibli of elections having been tampered with a personal data having been compromised through face but it's a lovely idea do you think that there is any chance that google or facebook first of all can be reined in and secondly do you think it's too little too late well too far into the first question the second question first too little too late but when they can be reined in i don't think so simply because if you think about the scale facebook retailers basically every human on the planet that has an internet connection outside of china so and or used to think of youtube i think.