Favorite Miyazaki Film?

Published May 13, 2015 by Shay Taree

I know that everyone has seen a Miyazaki film at one time or another even if they didn’t know it at the time. But I would like to know which are your favorite ones?

I actually have 2 favorite Miyazaki films and one of them I used to watch a lot because it would always come on TV. My 2 favorites are Kiki’s Delivery Service 

and Spirited Away. 

I actually didn’t watch Spirited Away until I was in college but I fell in love with it the moment I saw it.

But which are your favorite ones? Comment down below to let me know and why. 

~Anime Reviewer Girl! 

30 comments on “Favorite Miyazaki Film?

  • I would say Spirited Away and the Castle of Cagliostro are my favorites. I like Kiki’s Delivery Service and Howl’s Moving Castle but unfortunately I only seen portions of it in the middle and the ending. I need to watch them from beginning to end.

  • Mine is probably The Cat Returns. I love how they took the Baron and gave him story
    besides he came from a Miyazaki film I watched a bunch when I was little. It was also really funny. I think I laughed the most at.

  • I have many favorites from Miyazaki because I love the way he integrates society, traditions and environment together. The one I grew up with is Spirited Away. However I have other favorites such as Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, Kiki’s Delivery Service, Princess Mononoke, Whisper of the heart, the Cat Returns and Howl’s Moving Castle. He is such an amazing director and person.

    The only movie I watched that I hated would probably be Ponyo. I don’t know what happened that he decided to partake in that movie.

    • I love how Miyazaki makes his movies fun for everyone to enjoy no matter what their age is since everyone can relate to it in some way.

  • Love all the above movies (with the exception of Ponyo), but my very favorite from Miyazaki is perhaps his most unusual – Princess Mononoke. I also really enjoy a lot of other Studio Ghibli films not directed by Miyazaki, like Whisper of the Heart (favorite!).

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