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Live-action adaptations of anime have always disappointed and show no signs of changing.

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Live-action adaptations of anime have always disappointed and show no signs of changing.

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With their creative premises and unorthodox executions, these romantic comedies revitalize the genre for a broader audience.

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With their creative premises and unorthodox executions, these romantic comedies revitalize the genre for a broader audience.

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The series and rebuilds offer critiques of escapism and the refusal to move on.

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The series and rebuilds offer critiques of escapism and the refusal to move on.

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Hayao Miyazaki directed many anime classics, but the significance of his film debut is often overlooked.

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Hayao Miyazaki directed many anime classics, but the significance of his film debut is often overlooked.

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While very little information has been released about the beloved series’s upcoming film, we do know that it will be featuring a refreshing anime art style.

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While very little information has been released about the beloved series’s upcoming film, we do know that it will be featuring a refreshing anime art style.

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Although the film was released in Japan in 2020, American viewers have had to wait much longer to stream the long-anticipated installment of the series.

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Although the film was released in Japan in 2020, American viewers have had to wait much longer to stream the long-anticipated installment of the series.

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‘That thing was too big to be called a sword. Too big, too thick, too heavy, and too rough, it was more like a large hunk of iron.’ Fans of Kentaro Miura’s beast of a dark fantasy series reflect on 30 years of storytelling and mourn the death of its creator.

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‘That thing was too big to be called a sword. Too big, too thick, too heavy, and too rough, it was more like a large hunk of iron.’ Fans of Kentaro Miura’s beast of a dark fantasy series reflect on 30 years of storytelling and mourn the death of its creator.

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Studio Ghibli has set an exceptionally high standard for the genre, but its popularity has overshadowed equally excellent works by other filmmakers.

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Studio Ghibli has set an exceptionally high standard for the genre, but its popularity has overshadowed equally excellent works by other filmmakers.