Castle in the Sky

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From Studio Ghibli and directed by Hayao Miyazaki, he did this remarkable Studio Ghibli movie. I even give this 10/10 stars!!

In a mechanical world of aviation, believing, adventure, and more, shows a mythical castle floating in the sky, known as Laputa as it remains behind giant clouds. People say it was a mystery, but it is real. With a boy named Pazu, helping a girl named Sheeta that shows a crystal that they can float in the air, they search for Laputa with the help of a band of funny pirates.

Before that, a military colonel was so obsessed on this, he wanted to figure out by stealing that crystal.

A race was on to the castle in the sky, that shows it’s remains, nature, gold, treasure and secrets to it that shows all about it. Even giant robots were there to protect it, as they even took out the military!

By the time Sheeta lost two hair braids shot off, but was okay, the castle changed as the colonel died. They escaped in a glider and made it back with the pirates as they moved on. They lived together in a new home, when they made it back after it was all over. Laputa remains in the sky above the Earth as it’s the last, of all of the castles.

This has the voice talents of James Van Deer Beek, Anna Paquin, Cloris Leachman and Mark Hamill.

The ending song in Japanese by Azumi Inoue, “Carrying You” is a great smash song! In conclusion, if I see Mark Hamill again as a bad guy, not only I want to cut off his right hand, but his whole entire arm! Just like in “Star Wars” and “Jay an Silent Bob Strike Back”. He would have a robotic arm after that.

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