Re: [Girl Genius] Miyazaki et GG
- --- In email@example.com, John Reiher <kedamono@a...> wrote:
> On Mar 3, 2005, at 9:25 AM, Jon Kerr wrote:things
> Actually no, the heroine in Laputa was fairly passive, she let
> happen to her.I'm not so certain about that. She wacked Muska in the head with
that wine bottle, bit one of his men, knocked over the guy shooting
at Pazu, and managed to get the jewel away from Muska.
Agatha is not passive, she'd kick Sheeta in the butt and
> try to make her be more active, rather than reactive.Okay, this has to be the worst image of a catfight ever:)
- Debbie writes:
>> > Not even vaguely on topic: "Porco Rosso" has now very nearly replacedOh, is that what it is called? It's kinda neat, yes.
>> "My Neighbor Totoro" as my favorite Studio Ghibli film. :)
>Get "The Cat Returns" while you're at it.
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- I've seen Howl's Moving Castle 3 times now and I still can't
understand the ending. But so far it has the craziest
contraptions of any Ghibli film. Not just the castle which is
held together by magic, but also fighter 'planes' remenicent of
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