They grew up in the ‘60s, they should know. Not like British old folks, who all seem to think they lived through WWII even if they were born a good decade after it ended.Well, the only negative reaction I had from the geriatric crowd with any of the Studio Ghibli movies they saw was for Spirited Away - as they were watching the movie they wanted to know what the director was smoking when he made that movie...
Interesting. I feel like I've never got into Wolf Children as much as the hype says I should. I'd put Boy and the Beast and his One Piece film above it. For me Summer Wars is his best by far. I can still remember the first time I watched it. I've never been so engrossed in a film I knew nothing about before watching it.Wolf Children is my favourite Hosoda film. All of them are very good. Actually need to rewatch Mirai at some point as I haven't seen it since the cinema release.
I need to rewatch Boy/Beast as well thinking about it, as I haven't seen it since I brought the Blu-ray years ago now.Boy and the Beast and his One Piece
I didnt know that. Digimon isnt a franchise I watch so I probably wont ever watch it to be honest though I will say his One Piece film was surprisingly good. It's the first OP that is genuinely good and more than just fluff and filler but if you aren't already into the franchise I imagine theres a lot less there for a casual viewer.I need to rewatch Boy/Beast as well thinking about it, as I haven't seen it since I brought the Blu-ray years ago now.
I haven't seen his films from franchises, probably won't as I haven't watched anything from those franchises. I have heard that Summer Wars is basically a remake of his Digimon film.