Character in The Tale of Princess Kaguya
Movies - TV
Under-appreciated Anime Movies That Should’ve Been Oscar Winners
Millennium Actress
This film tells the story of an old woman's life through her film career. You could spend hours dissecting its motifs, and the emotional climax is stunning.
Mind Game
Before directing "Devilman Crybaby," Masaaki Yuasa made "Mind Game," An animated movie where god is a fish and all the rules of physics and casualty are broken.
The film is a cacophony of animation styles and influences, but the film’s excesses are tempered by an earnest love powerful enough to melt the heart of any skeptic.
"Redline" is a sci-fi film that creates a fantastic world out of whole cloth simply so that cool characters can drive their cars through it at a thousand miles per hour.
Princess Kaguya
Isao Takahata’s "The Tale of Princess Kaguya" adapts a Japanese folk tale into a sprawling domestic epic sketched in brushstroke, making it visually gorgeous.
"Doukyuusei" is a simple tale of two young boys who meet and fall in love drawn by fantastic manga artist Asumiko Nakamura. It's an easy film to like and a cult classic.