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Spirited Away (Blu-ray) (Multi-Language & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version)
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Miyazaki Hayao takes you on a delightful adventure to another world with Spirited Away, the blockbuster animated film from Studio Ghibli. Following violent fantasy epic Princess Mononoke, Miyazaki wanted to tell a story with a strong heroine for teenage girls with this wildly imaginative film about a young girl who unwittingly steps into another world and encounters a curse that turns her parents into wild pigs. Filled with unforgettable images like the faceless monster, the adorable coal creatures and the various otherworldly creatures that the heroine encounters, Spirited Away is still the highest grossing film in Japanese history and widely known around the world as one of the greatest animated films ever made.

While moving to their new home in the countryside, Chihiro and her parents get lost on the road and arrive at a tunnel entrance in the forest. Out of curiosity, the three walk into the tunnel and enter a different world. However, Chihiro's parents are cursed by a magical spell and turn into pigs. With the help of a boy named Haku, Chihiro finds work in a giant bathhouse, run by the terrifying Yubaba. Chihiro's cleverness and can-do spirit make her an instant favorite with customers and other employees in the bathhouse, including a mysterious phantom-like customer who wears only a mask...

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Product Title: Spirited Away (Blu-ray) (Multi-Language & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version) 千與千尋 (Blu-ray) (多國語音及字幕) (全區碼) (日本版) 千与千寻 (Blu-ray) (多国语音及字幕) (全区码) (日本版) 千と千尋の神隠し 【Blu-ray Disc】 Spirited Away (Blu-ray) (Multi-Language & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version)
Artist Name(s): Hisaishi Joe | Miyazaki Hayao | Irino Miyu | Natsuki Mari | Hiragi Rumi 久石讓 | 宮崎駿 | 入野自由 | 夏木 Mari | 柊瑠美 久石让 | 宫崎骏 | 入野自由 | 夏木 Mari | 柊瑠美 久石譲 | 宮崎駿 | 入野自由 | 夏木マリ | 柊瑠美 Hisaishi Joe | Miyazaki Hayao | Irino Miyu | Natsuki Mari | Rumi Hiragi
Blu-ray Region Code: All Region What is it?
Release Date: 2014-07-16
Publisher Product Code: VWBS-1530
Language: English, Cantonese, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, French
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, French
Disc Format(s): Blu-ray
Other Information: Blu-ray Disc
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1035340077

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[ジブリがいっぱいCOLLECTION] 前人未到の記録を打ち立てた名作が待望のブルーレイ化!! ――ひ弱で不機嫌な少女、千尋は現代に生きる普通の女の子。両親とともに車で引越し先の家へと向かう途中で「不思議の町」に迷い込む。店のカウンターにあった料理を勝手に食べた両親は、豚に姿を変えられてしまう。ひとりぼっちになってしまった千尋は、名を奪われ「千」と呼ばれるようになり、その町を支配する魔女・湯婆婆の下で働き始める。千尋は湯屋「油屋」の下働きとして働きながら、様々な出来事に遭遇しつつも、謎の少年ハクや先輩のリン、釜爺らの助けを借りて、厳しい難局に立ち向かっていく。はたして千尋は元の世界に帰れるのか・・・? ピクチャー・ディスク、特殊パッケージ仕様。
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宮崎駿 (原作、脚本、監督) / 柊瑠美 (千尋) / 入野自由 (ハク) / 夏木マリ (湯婆婆、銭婆) / 久石譲 (音楽)

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本編124分
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July 24, 2002

This professional review refers to Spirited Away (DVD) (English/ Japanese/Traditional Chinese Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
Can I just say I recently had the fortune to see this film for the fourth time, most recently in the new English dub by Disney, which it looks like they like they will be promoting much more than Princess Mononoke.

And yes this is good thing.

Everything you may have heard about this movie is true (unless of course what you've heard that this movie is terrible and only deserves to be archived in the deepest darkest pits of hell along such greats as Tor the Fighting Eagle - in that case, I revoke my previous statement). It is a fine movie and well worth watching. I wasn't that surprised that the most anticipated event for the Japanime 02 survey we did recently was Spirited Away (though personally I was more looking forward to Millenium Actress but then I'd seen the movie twice previously already) but then Hayao Miyazaki (the director) is responsible for some damn fine anime such as Nausicaa, Porco Rosso and Princess Mononoke. Many critics tout Spirited Away as his greatest work ever and I'd be hard pressed to argue with them.

The film is simply wonderful. And I don't use wonderful as a mere expressive either; I actually mean the film is filled with a true sense of wonder, excitement, innocence and adventure that you loved as a kid (well at the very least, I loved as a kid).

To its very core, Spirited Away is a fairy tale and it is done so well that it doesn't have to much more than that. The most obvious comparison is with Alice in Wonderland with the young girl inadvertantly finding herself alone in an alien world. Of course in this film, Chihiro actually has a personal stake with this world and intereacts it so much more than Alice ever did as a detached observer (one of the benefits of this being a true fairytale and not a political commentary dressed up as such methinks). The characters in the film are so much more than just a freak sideshow and the growth of Chihiro is so... real... that you can't help but empathise with her and the friends she develops.

As a complete digression, I didn't think of this until just recently but I found it quite amusing that the movie was based around a bath house. Aficionados of anime will know that virtually all anime series involve a bath house episode to some extent. It has gotten to the stage that a number of series based around bath houses have started popping up that are completely over the top and silly. Not sure what this has to do with anything but anyway...

Normally I am one of those people who prefer subtitles over a dub as I have come across so many badly dubbed movies. However I really didn't mind the English dub and am so glad it was done properly and done well. If you want to be pedantic, it isn't perfect. I did notice some inconsistencies, mainly in the beginning before the story really gets going. But what I did appreciate was not having to focus so much on what was being said and being able to enjoy the beauty of the animation and the art.

I applaud Disney for finally marketing an anime to the general audience that I had expected with Princess Mononoke but didn't happen. This is a great piece of work and if you don't go to see it, I offer my condolences.

10 appreciative kami out of 10

by Eugene Chan - heroic-cinema.com

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Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10 (1)
Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9.4 out of 10 (80)

Guy
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August 21, 2014

Totally Worth it! Love it!! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
Seeing how this is the only English dubed blu-ray release of "Spirited Away" this is the only way to enjoy the magnificent-ness in HD(as of this moment anyways). Now it is a bit expensive and probably only a huge fan of this movie would be willing to pay this, myself have no regrets. The case is beautiful, it has magnets in it for opening and closing it and is this pale black color that just appeals to the eye so well. The BD is in Japanese & English dub, and looks great in HD. Worth every penny! And for the record i played this on my American PS3 and it played 100% fine and does have English audio.
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September 7, 2011

This customer review refers to Spirited Away (DVD) (2-Disc Set) (US Version)
BEST EMOTIONAL MOVIE EVER!!! Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
If you do not see this movie, you are truly missing out on a wonderful, beautiful, epic masterpiece! I have never seen a movie with such spirit and heart as this one. The characters and the story line draws you in until you get so involved, you don't want the movie to end. I loved every last thing about this movie. The music was amazing and touched my heart and the ending...you MUST watch this movie. Trust me on this!
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June 24, 2006

This customer review refers to Spirited Away (Japanese Language Version)(Overseas Version)
1 people found this review helpful

Great Movie Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
Another masterpiece... This story is filled with love and magic! There's the talking frogs, floating ghosts and your dragon prince... what more does the heroin need? The only disturbing part was the giant-head witch... lol... I found this movie beautifully made and couldn't be better...
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Anonymous

March 3, 2005

This customer review refers to Spirited Away (Cantonese Language Version)(Overseas Version)
sprited away Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
i want to see this film it look's very good and excellent manga (drawing) i love japanese horror and Japanese Animation. i think it looks pretty scary why can't get it on a dvd version
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Anonymous

March 3, 2005

This customer review refers to SPIRITED AWAY (Japan Version)
Not seen Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
i really want to see this film Spirted away the Japanese Animation looks really good i love any thing to do with japan i love japanese horror and Japanese Animation . i think japan has a good way of drawing compare with the english people of how they draw.. i seen the 100 greatest cartoon this when up to number top 10 very good. the Japanese Animation of this film look's kind of scary like it has blood on the dragon teeth
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