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Porco Rosso

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A War Time Miazaki Film

    I must say, this is one of the more interesting Miazaki films that I have seen. The main character himself, Porco Rosso, is a man who makes me think of my dad. Must be the attitude and the fact their both middle aged...I liked the story, and the way Porco and other men in the movie act. And even the women have their quirks. Think plane shop where all the workers are women. I swear, this is like the Miazaki film for middle aged men! But it is fun to watch, and I really think anime fans of all sorts will find something to enjoy in this movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Wonderful Story

    Keaton was quite deadpan in his voice work for Porco Rosso but the story is a good one. I am a big fan of Studio Gimli.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    If you're a tired male confronting,,

    middle age crisis, this is just the movie to cheer you up. It has no magic spell (except for the one that turned himself to a pig), there are no robots, violence or super strong heros and/or villians involved. In fact both hero and villians shows human weakness that makes them almost loveable. The theme of the story is about freindship, the forever boy in every men and forgiving love of a woman. In Japan the DVD was released with a French overvoice with Jean Réno as Porco, I wonder how Michael Keaton plays this role.

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