Top 3 Enchanting Animated Gems

Top 3 Enchanting Animated Gems
Top 3 Enchanting Animated Gems
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Embark on a captivating journey through the enchanting worlds of “The Tale of The Princess Kaguya” (2013), “Gantz: O” (2016), and “My Neighbors the Yamadas” (1999). Brace yourself for mesmerizing tales, stunning animation, and unforgettable characters that will transport you to extraordinary realms of imagination. Get ready to be immersed in a whirlwind of emotions, as these films weave intricate narratives, push boundaries, and leave a lasting impact on your cinematic experience. So here is the list of the Top 3 Enchanting Animated Gems.

The Tale of The Princess Kaguya (2013)

Based on an anonymous 9th-century Japanese folktale titled The Bamboo Cutter. This film ( the last from Isao Takahata ) is a must-see animated gem. Or as the review of ‘The Tale of the Princess Kaguya’ in Frames said. A bold journey towards the simplicity of the line and towards a type of abstraction that connects with the forms of traditional Japanese art. And also “An emotional journey that takes the viewer from the naïve –Kaguya’s troubled childhood is one of the best parts of the film– to the melancholic. The character’s maturity is bathed in a perennial halo of bitterness and fatalism–”.

Gantz: O (2016)

Someone stabs Masaru Kato to death in the subway, but he soon wakes up in a strange room.. He soon meets other resurrected people and together they battle against

an organized army of monsters spread across Japan. This film by Yasushi Kawamura, based on Hiroya Oku’s manga, is for lovers of pure and unceremonious science fiction.

My Neighbors the Yamadas (1999)

Takahata seemed to say goodbye to the first creative line of the studio with the arrival of the new century. Everything would change with ‘The Tale of Princess Kaguya’, his testamentary masterpiece. 14 years earlier, Takahata’s farewell was one of the studio’s most unique productions in all of anime history. Based on the famous magician by Hisaichi Ishii, Takahata’s film adapts with the visual style of the cartoons a collection of everyday stories about the main family. With humor, melancholy, and extreme detail. The story is an ode to the normal life of any middle-class person, to marital disputes over the remote control or running errands around the house. Although its sparse character and its structure of micro-stories make it, by force, irregular, it is full of discoveries and several of Ghibli’s most humane and humanist moments.

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