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STORY: A young five-year-old boy, Sosuke, finds an odd-looking fish who he names Ponyo and vows to protect. What he doesn’t know is that Ponyo is the daughter of a sea wizard and the goddess of the sea, and that she will soon use her magic to turn herself into a girl so that she can be with him. But, unawares to Ponyo, doing this causes a rip in fabric of reality that the two of them must right.

Ponyo’s not so much about the broader plot, which has plenty tinges of the Little Mermaid in its story, and serves more as a way to move the movie forward and to frame the events that happen in the movie. It’s more about the two kids, Ponyo and Sosuke, and the people around them and their interactions with each other.

Most of the movie is cenetered around the absolute adorableness of Ponyo and Sosuke interacting with each other, and with the people around them, like Sosuke’s family and the residents of the Hiwamari Senior Living Center (not called as much in the movie, but its more or less what it is). It’s far more a slice of life story than it is one of Miyazaki’s previous epics, such as Nausicaa or Mononoke, and you know what? He does this just as well as he does his other films.

The only bad thing I have to say about this is that big threat of the world being unbalanced is very vaguely detailed, and seems like an attempt to throw in urgency in the plot, but it really doesn’t end up being focused on at all, and to be frank, doesn’t add that much to the plot. It could’ve just been left as a test of Sosuke and Ponyo, and the movie would’ve been none the poorer for it.

ART: The visuals in this, as with any Miyazaki movie, are beyond spectacular. If you have the chance to see this in theatres near you, I definitely recommend it; seeing the visuals for this on the big screen is an experience in and of itself.

There are two big things with this that I feel like pointing out:

-The ocean scenes are spectacular, just in terms of sheer imagination in all of the creatures and the detail that packs the screen, and will probably make your jaw drop. And anything to do with Fujimoto or the goddess of the seas’ or even Ponyo’s magic are definitely some of the more spectacular scenes in the movie.
-The backgrounds on this, I’m pretty sure, were done in watercolors, which add a delicacy to the entire movie.

MUSIC: Joe Hisaishi did the composing work on this, just as he did with all the other Ghibli works. This score has far more emphasis on orchestral and choral numbers, especially in the horns, just a really grand sound in general, and while relying on a few repeated themes, is a really solid score.

SEIYUU: The Japanese cast on this did an amazing job on their characters, especially the voice actors for Ponyo and Sosuke, whose first role this was. They do an amazing job of just being five year olds, which carries the whole production.

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VOICE ACTORS: There’s some good voice acting, too on the dub cast’s part: Liam Neeson and Cate Blanchett feature as Ponyo’s parents (one’s a slightly wacky magician, the other one’s the goddess of the sea), Tina Fey is the main boy’s fairly feisty mom, and Sousuke and Ponyo are played by one of the Jonas Brothers and Miley Cyrus’ little siblings, respectively (that last point will probably appeal more to younger siblings, but they still do a solid job). I’d actually suggest the dub cast over the original Japanese cast, as I like it far more.

DUB: Whoever did the script for the dub actually got the nuances of the original Japanese language, so I’m beyond pleased that this was done so well. There’s a bit more added to the characters’ lines than in the Japanese version, but I think that has more to do with the timing of the voice actors and their characters’ personalities. The only problem that I have with the dub is that it obscures some things with regards to the main plot; I watched the Japanese version later in the day after I got back from theatres seeing this, and there were several moments when I was going, oh, so that’s why that was that way.

LENGTH: Ponyo does feel a bit long towards the end, but, at the same time, for most of the movie, its a fairly dreamy pace, so you don’t mind it that much.

OVERALL: An amazing movie, in terms of visuals and the dub cast, fairly solid in the story, music, and original Japanese cast. If you have the chance to see this in theatres, definitely go do so, but be sure to follow it up with watching the Japanese version just so that you’re clear on things.

STORY: 8/10
ART: 9/10
MUSIC: 8/10
SEIYUU: 8/10
VOICE ACTORS: 9/10
DUB: 8/10
LENGTH: 8/10

OVERALL: 58/70; 83% (B)

14th, 2009, and, as of the time of this writing, is already in the number 9 position for box office profits in its opening weekend.STORY: A young five-year-old boy, Sosuke, finds an odd-looking fish who he names Ponyo and vows to protect. What he doesn’t know is that Ponyo is the daughter of a sea wizard and the goddess of the sea, and that she will soon use her magic to turn herself into a girl so that she can be with him. But, unawares to Ponyo, doing this causes a rip in fabric of reality that the two of them must right.Ponyo’s not so much about the broader plot, which has plenty tinges of the Little Mermaid in its story, and serves more as a way to move the movie forward and to frame the events that happen in the movie. It’s more about the two kids, Ponyo and Sosuke, and the people around them and their interactions with each other.Most of the movie is cenetered around the absolute adorableness of Ponyo and Sosuke interacting with each other, and with the people around them, like Sosuke’s family and the residents of the Hiwamari Senior Living Center (not called as much in the movie, but its more or less what it is). It’s far more a slice of life story than it is one of Miyazaki’s previous epics, such as Nausicaa or Mononoke, and you know what? He does this just as well as he does his other films.The only bad thing I have to say about this is that big threat of the world being unbalanced is very vaguely detailed, and seems like an attempt to throw in urgency in the plot, but it really doesn’t end up being focused on at all, and to be frank, doesn’t add that much to the plot. It could’ve just been left as a test of Sosuke and Ponyo, and the movie would’ve been none the poorer for it.ART: The visuals in this, as with any Miyazaki movie, are beyond spectacular. If you have the chance to see this in theatres near you, I definitely recommend it; seeing the visuals for this on the big screen is an experience in and of itself.There are two big things with this that I feel like pointing out:-The ocean scenes are spectacular, just in terms of sheer imagination in all of the creatures and the detail that packs the screen, and will probably make your jaw drop. And anything to do with Fujimoto or the goddess of the seas’ or even Ponyo’s magic are definitely some of the more spectacular scenes in the movie.-The backgrounds on this, I’m pretty sure, were done in watercolors, which add a delicacy to the entire movie.MUSIC: Joe Hisaishi did the composing work on this, just as he did with all the other Ghibli works. This score has far more emphasis on orchestral and choral numbers, especially in the horns, just a really grand sound in general, and while relying on a few repeated themes, is a really solid score.SEIYUU: The Japanese cast on this did an amazing job on their characters, especially the voice actors for Ponyo and Sosuke, whose first role this was. They do an amazing job of just being five year olds, which carries the whole production.VOICE ACTORS: There’s some good voice acting, too on the dub cast’s part: Liam Neeson and Cate Blanchett feature as Ponyo’s parents (one’s a slightly wacky magician, the other one’s the goddess of the sea), Tina Fey is the main boy’s fairly feisty mom, and Sousuke and Ponyo are played by one of the Jonas Brothers and Miley Cyrus’ little siblings, respectively (that last point will probably appeal more to younger siblings, but they still do a solid job). I’d actually suggest the dub cast over the original Japanese cast, as I like it far more.DUB: Whoever did the script for the dub actually got the nuances of the original Japanese language, so I’m beyond pleased that this was done so well. There’s a bit more added to the characters’ lines than in the Japanese version, but I think that has more to do with the timing of the voice actors and their characters’ personalities. The only problem that I have with the dub is that it obscures some things with regards to the main plot; I watched the Japanese version later in the day after I got back from theatres seeing this, and there were several moments when I was going, oh, so that’s why that was that way.LENGTH: Ponyo does feel a bit long towards the end, but, at the same time, for most of the movie, its a fairly dreamy pace, so you don’t mind it that much.OVERALL: An amazing movie, in terms of visuals and the dub cast, fairly solid in the story, music, and original Japanese cast. If you have the chance to see this in theatres, definitely go do so, but be sure to follow it up with watching the Japanese version just so that you’re clear on things.STORY: 8/10ART: 9/10MUSIC: 8/10SEIYUU: 8/10VOICE ACTORS: 9/10DUB: 8/10LENGTH: 8/10OVERALL: 58/70; 83% (B)

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A Miyazaki’s animated adventure centered on a 5yearold boy and his relationship with a goldfish princess who longs to become human.

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