Junkers Come Here Reviews
Voice acting issues aside, Junkers Come Here is perhaps Japan at their most Disney-esque. Sure, Studio Ghibli (and Hayo Miyazaki) are frequently referred to the Disney of Japan, and their films ARE amazing. However, the comparison works best in terms of quality and popularity moreso than actual tone or looks. (That said Junkers is nowhere near the quality of SG/Miyazaki.)
As far as the story itself, it is both familiar and expected... but some nice ambiguities and some excellent supporting characters help propel it. (Possible spoiler alert ahead) I do have to wonder if the directors thought about how the theme of the story could be interpreted in one tragic, unintentional way: using up all of the wishes on your magical dog will transform him into a normal dog. And who wants that??
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[/font][/b][/size][left][b][size=3]Great. Best Indy ever. Best movie of the year. Wasn't bored for a second.
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[/b][/font][/size][left][size=3][b]Amazing. Very topical. Loved every minute of it. Can't wait to see it again.
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[/b][/font][/size][left][size=3][b]Pointless. Boring. Couldn't wait for it to end. It took a week to arrive and it definately was NOT worth the wait.[/b][/size]