Whenever Hayao Miyazaki does the “tri-fecta,” (writes, directs, and animates a movie) he makes a classic film for the ages. He has done it again with Gake no ue no Ponyo.The story is about a girl fish who is kept on a very tight leash along with her younger sisters by her father, a bitter ex-human wizard named Fujimoto. The fish escapes from her father and rides a jellyfish to shore, where she is caught up in a dredging operation and finds herself stuck in a bottle. This underwater sequence must be one of the most elaborately drawn animated scenes ever undertaken and stands on its own as a reason to search out the theatrical release. Miyazaki, who shows no fear of having a busy scene, has outdone himself. There were literally hundreds of individually-drawn sea creatures of every imaginable size all in motion at the same time.When the fish escapes the dredging operation while still trapped in the bottle, a five-year old boy named Sousuke spots her in the water and is able to break the bottle, saving her. Since she is the result of her father’s magic, she is capable of magic herself–and her father actively tries to retrieve her. The boy names the fish Ponyo. Just when Sousuke learns that Ponyo can speak, her father successfully retrieves her back into captivity.After a war of wills with her father, Ponyo manages to escape again with the ability to change herself into a human. She meets up again with Sousuke in a storm and the story continues from there in many interesting ways. There is a cuteness factor in this film rivaling and arguably surpassing that of Tonari no Totoro. Joe Hisaishi, once again, provided outstanding musical support.The story itself is simple–as are Miyazaki’s films in general–and should appeal to a broad spectrum of viewers. While I haven’t viewed it enough to be sure, the film doesn’t seem to be one which will keep scholars in long discussions as Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi did. Nonetheless, this is the ultimate feel-good entertainment movie. I gave the movie a ten out of ten rating.
7 Reason to Watch “Ponyo (2008)” Movie
#1 Good Review
You need 1h 41min to watch Ponyo (2008). Wasting time? Absolutely not, because its rating is around 7.7 star from 91,089 movie freak.
#2 Supported by Great Actor and Actress
Actress Actor behind Ponyo (2008) Movie are Matt Damon, Cate Blanchett, and Liam Neeson. So if you are fans of them you should enjoy this movie.
#3 Good Work from Great Director
This movie director, Hayao Miyazaki, has done fantastic job in this movie. So if you are his fan do list this video on your bucket wish.
#4 Excellent Script by Good Writers
The movie script written by Writer:Hayao Miyazaki and Cate Blanchett. Both have creative imagination to get your attention, so watch it.
#5 Magnificent Genres
This movie is Animation Comedy Adventure Genres film which released in 2008.
# 6 Interesting Story
The son of a sailor, 5-year old Sosuke lives a quiet life on an oceanside cliff with his mother Lisa. One fateful day, he finds a beautiful goldfish trapped in a bottle on the beach and upon rescuing her, names her Ponyo. But she is no ordinary goldfish. The daughter of a masterful wizard and a sea goddess, Ponyo uses her father’s magic to transform herself into a young girl and quickly falls in love with Sosuke, but the use of such powerful sorcery causes a dangerous imbalance in the world. As the moon steadily draws nearer to the earth and Ponyo’s father sends the ocean’s mighty waves to find his daughter, the two children embark on an adventure of a lifetime to save the world and fulfill Ponyo’s dreams of becoming human.
#7 Many themes in one movie
These five themes are great interesting topics in the world, they are magical realism, sea goddess, tsunami, tsunami, children adventure. And you meet all of them in one movie.
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