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My all-time favorite Ghibli Movies

My all-time favorite Ghibli Movies

Studio Ghibli stories never disappoint. They also offer different genres like coming-of-age, romance, fantasy, mystery, sci-fi, and more. Children can also watch their shows because they can learn a lot from them.

WARNING: This article may contain spoilers.

I became interested in Ghibli films due to the popularity of their characters. My Neighbor Totoro was my introduction to Ghibli films. It was fantastic! I have a movie that, despite the fact that Totoro was my favorite character, I still like watching over and over again.

Here are my all-time favorite Ghibli movies:

Kiki’s Delivery Service

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After watching this Ghibli movie, I realized that failure is an essential yet temporary aspect of the creative process. And if we stop having fun, the magic will disappear. What I love about this film is how Kiki, when her magic faded, never stopped trying. She keeps trying and trying until her magic came back.

Honorable mention: Jiji. How I wished my pet can talk to me too. I was really sad when I learned at the end that Kiki can’t talk to him anymore.

The Secret World Arrietty

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When I first watched this Ghibli movie, I felt very envious of Arrietty’s room. It was so pretty! I’m also happy to know that her father is not the typical ungrateful type that I often see in movies. Instead, he was very patient with Arrietty. He did not get mad at her when she failed to take the sugar cube.

Honorable mention: Sho. I loved how he was very respectful of Arrietty and her family. He even protected her family and saved Arriety’s mother.

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Spirited Away

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I applaud Chihiro, even though she’s afraid and full of uncertainties, that she bravely did everything so that her parents could return to being human. Although, I was mad because should Chihiro be responsible for her parents’ mistake? Anyway, who drooled over the food shown in this Ghibli movie? Me!

Honorable mention: Of course, it’s Haku! Helping Chihiro every step of the way. He’s the type of friend that you would want to have. I actually hoped that he’d meet Chihiro in the world of people, but they didn’t.

Which Ghibli film can you watch over and over again? Let me know in the comments!

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