Castle in the Sky

Even though one of the weakest from Studio Ghibli, “Laputa: Castle in the Sky” still cues from Miyazaki’s unique touch alluding to the viewer’s 5 senses. In this case, music production for the film is outstanding, albeit other aspects of it feel rushed, as though there wasn’t enough time to stop and delve on ambiance, setting, or plot, but only on the action in itself. Viewers won’t feel the usual outburst of feelings that other Miyazaki films offer, and the dialogue in itself is decentralized, but the film manages to represent human destruction and greed through it’s imagery whilst showing that there can also exist unity, balance, and spirit.

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