From the creators of Spirited Away and Ponyo and available for the first time on Blu-ray in stunning high-definition comes Howl's Moving Castle.
From legendary director Hayao Miyazaki's and featuring the voices of Emily Mortimer, Blythe Danner, Christian Bale, Jean Simmons and Billy Crystal, Howl's Moving Castle is set in a magical world of wizard and spells and follows the adventures of Sophie, a young girl trapped in an old-woman's body by an evil sorceror's spell. Based on the popular book by British author Diana Wynne Jones, the UK theatrical release of Howl's Moving Castle was phenomenally successful and was one of the biggest ever openings ever for a film in Japan.
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The first time I saw Howl's Moving Castle it was in my head for a long time. It is high ranked in my Ghibli list along with Spirited Away and Nausica. Great story, and very nice animations alongside a fantastic transfer to blu ray. Razor sharp.
As long as you don't get tied up in the story of Howl's Moving Castle which is often convoluted and leaves much unexplained. You can just sit back and sink into the lush imagery which is quite breathtaking at times, particularly the scenes in the countryside with clouds moving across a blue sky and the breeze through a meadow. The detail is outstanding and seems to get better which each viewing, it exemplifies the true "art" of animation, so you'll either love it or just not get it at all.