10. "My Neighbor Totoro" is not a commendable film at all
"My Neighbor Totoro" It is Ghibli Studio's first film, and has always been regarded as one of the most enjoyable animations of the studio's work, a work with a truly emotional ending. The film tells the story of two little sisters who go on an adventure while their mother is in the hospital. The film is a fantasy of great maturity with an engaging story.
However, not all audiences will fall in love with Totoro's magic and extraordinary designs. Some opponents believe that the screams of the children in the film are too annoying. Of course, these opponents agree that the film has more children as its target audience than adult audiences.
9. The heroes of this studio are immutable
Some also believe that Ghibli's works are more than The limit has been raised and compared to other works, they are completely repetitive. But a very important criticism that has always been leveled at the studio's work is that its protagonists are immutable. But many believe that this claim is not true. Ghibli films have as many good heroes as they have good villains.
Of course, the claims made by these opponents cannot be easily ignored. Most of the heroes of Ghibli are only female heroes of different age groups. But it must be admitted that Ghibli designs his heroes in such a way that children can understand and empathize with them. Hayao Miyazaki, a veteran of Ghibli Studios, had young daughters during the making of many of his most important works. And he liked to make works that his own children could enjoy.
8. Ghibli movies end sooner than expected
Some Ghibli audiences They have only seen a few of the studio's works, and with just a few, they comment on the company's entire track record. This audience thinks that Ghibli's films are too short and the ending is not satisfactory. It is unrealistic to expect exciting endings from Ghibli films, as the studio seldom seeks excitement and glory, but focuses entirely on the heart of the story.
7. "Ghost Town" has no color at all
Many Ghibli fans believe that "Ghost Town" is by far the best The effect is Ghibli Studio. But few are opposed. They believe that the film is very weak and has no plot at all, and there is no news of conflict and conclusions in it, there are only a few magical events that happen in a row.
Incidentally, "Ghost Town" has a stronger plot compared to other works of this studio. In the film, we see that Chihiro's parents turn into pigs, and throughout the film, he tries to turn them into human beings. Opponents of "Ghost Town" do not even accept "Howl's Moving Peak" and consider it without a shirt, which is one of Ghibli's most popular films.
6. This studio animation is ugly
This is perhaps the most notable criticism of Ghibli It becomes. Many of the unpopular comments made in this article had an argument behind them, but the claim that Ghibli's extraordinary animations are ugly and annoying is very strange. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Of course, this critique has many opponents.
We certainly have a whole other great animation studio besides Ghibli, but none of them can compete with Ghibli in terms of design and animation. Ghibli is one of the last studios in the digital animation industry that has been designing by hand for decades. And it does this in the most elaborate way possible.
5. The wind rises is the best work of this studio.
Rises has always been a despised work. An animation that is a free adaptation of a true story. "The Wind Rises" is about a warplane designer hired by the Japanese Empire during World War II. Although many people like the film, some believe that the film has not received as much attention as it deserves. It must be Ghibli, and it must be admitted that this film has not received as much attention as other Ghibli works. Works such as "Prince Mononoke" and "Ghost Town" have been widely praised and deserved, and "The Wind Rises" has never been seen as much as these two works.
4. "Ponyo" is awful and his voice actors are terrible
"Ponyo" too It is one of Ghibli's most spectacular works, and also has one of the best animations in the studio. But there is also a group that they hate. They believe that when they started the film, they were just waiting for it to end, they just believe that the English dubbing of the film was terrible. But apart from the amazing visual design and great storytelling, Ghibli Studios has always been known for one thing: voice actors.
This studio always hires the best voice actors for American dubbing of its films, from Christine Bell to " From Howell's Moving Castle to Emily Blunt and John Krasinski for "The Wind Rises." Ponyo is no exception. Kelly stars such as Matt Damon, Cate Blanchett and Liam Neeson have been hired to voice the work. Whether or not these people did their job properly is another matter.
3. Ghibli's works are too twisted and too long
Compared to other anime studios, Ghibli spends a lot of time telling stories and is in no hurry to get to the end point. Some audiences oppose the practice, arguing that "Ponyo," "Ghost Town," "Purco Rousseau," and many of Ghibli's works add too much twist.
But these films deliberately slow Kennedy's rhythm. They take it upon themselves to have enough opportunity to create their own world, and this is one of the studio's greatest strengths.
2. If Pixar had built Howell's "Moving Castle", he would have been criticized
And it 's not impossible for Pixar to make such a film, as they have already shown with films like Ratatouille and Coco that they can make meaningful films about the culture of other countries. And although Pixar has no plans to do so, fans of Howell's Moving Castle have been waiting a long time to make a movie based on this animation.
1. Fantasy platforms for Ghibli animations are outdated
Criticism of animation and design Ghibli's work seems utterly illogical, and criticism of the studio's fantasy and imaginative contexts is just as strange and unbelievable. But no matter what you do, there are always opponents. Some people believe that although the imaginary creatures in this studio have extraordinary designs, they are used in a common way.
These opponents mostly target the "ghost town", they say why such attractive creatures should Use a story that has them all in a hotel. But this is exactly the strength of Ghibli, who, instead of immersing these creatures in action scenes, changes expectations and makes them a tool for telling an emotional story. And the "City of Ghosts" hotel is one of the best in terms of creating a fictional world in the anime industry.