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on April 9, 2013
Thank you so much !!
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on July 8, 2003
Many of Miyazaki's latest releases are quite different from this film. While the films, such as Princess Mononoke, are amazing works they are far more serious than this film. The Castle of Cagliostro is a fun and comedic romp that will leave you with a warm feeling inside.
The story follows Lupin III, a master thief that is similar to James Bond, in his adventure to break into the castle of Cagliostro. He quickly discovers much more behind the castle than he bargained for.
The movie is great if you don't want anything to heavy and are more concerned about a light-hearted and fun film. One of my favorites
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on May 20, 2003
Dont let the fact that this anime produced over 20 years ago sway you from watching this classic. Its definitely one my favorite Miyazaki productions. Its goofy, silly, fun where hints of Inspector Cleuseaus, James Bond, Our Man Flint come through in the main character Lupin the thief.
There are unexpected scenes in this movie portraying them as chain-smokers, eating ramen noodles with chopsticks while staking out a castle, and a Samurai sidekick that shows up in traditional garb smack dab in a make-believe European country! Truly hilarious.
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on May 23, 2003
I've seen alot of Lupin III movies and I've seen alot of Miyazaki's films. But this one stands out as by far the best of them. I think it is possibly the best anime made. Actually there were some problems with the dub. One thing I noticed is that when Zenigata introduces himself. He say "Inspector Keibu Zenigata" but Keibu means Inspector in Japanese so actually, he is repeating himself. Anyways, this has to be my favorite anime overall.
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