Castles in the Sky: Pom Poko, by Aaron Pinkston

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  1. Robbie Walker says:

    I saw this movie last night with my sibling, and I actually enjoy it, every single bit of it. I think it has better environmental message than what 2012’s the Lorax did, because there’s no balance of “environment vs. industry”. The original Lorax story did fine with telling both sides, but 2012’s telling did nothing to help prove anything, and the references they included are. Pom Poko was timeless because of the many characters were introduced and introducing Japanese folklore to audiences who are curious about Tanookis, especially considering Super Mario Bros. 3 introduced the Tanooki suit. All in all, it was a neat film.

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