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I May Destroy You
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An out-of-this-world story, about a girl who rescues the Cat Prince and ends of in the Kingdom of Cats as his reluctant bride-to-be. A story filled with high adventure, likeable characters and a humorous plot. Easily enjoyable.
An OK film, where the biggest problem is that it gets too bogged down in day-to-day chores and non-extraordinary events. Some interesting scenes are definitely present, but this remains one of the least fantastic movies from Studio Ghibli.
I'm clearly not part of the target audience for this movie. Predictable from start to finish, with an annoying teenage wannabe-cool know-it-all main character and every clichÃ¨ in the book. Marketed as a comedy, but ended up being very light on the laughs.
Beautiful compositions, colors and camerawork. The story is however a much more aquired taste. Five minutes of swordplay action (wich confusing close-up view), and 90 minutes of people hanging around wondering what love is. This was not just confusing, but very, very dull.
Enjoyable fantasy-ish movie. On the surface this is a pretty standard "evil man trying to become good" story, but it's very well executed and really looks good, from sets to effects to costumes, with decent acting and great swordfighting to boot.