That is one of the best movies I've ever seen! I watched it many years ago as a child. And to this day i love this Movie.
Chihiro she is a little girl who got her parents tooken away from her. But she learns to man up later on in the movie. And she finally gets her parents back with Haku's help. so it turns out to look like she is a cry baby. But later she owns up to it and gets a job and helps spirits in the bathhouse. Later Chihiro fins the strength to get her way back to her family. And face all of the dangers that lied ahead. Plus some of them could be horror spirits for...
Okay so actually I heard a song named 'Right where I Belong' by Wendy Wagner. & I was wondering that it's perfect for chihiro to sing after leaving the Spirit world! Imagine her singing this..
♫ Sometimes when night has come
the river sings a song... ♫
♫ In my Dreams it seems to lead me
Right where I belong... ♫
♫ Wondering everywhere
each way I turn is wrong ♫
♫ Now Im wishing I could be there
Right where I belong ♫
Ten-year-old Chihiro Ogino and her parents are traveling to their new home when her father takes a wrong turn. They unknowingly enter a magical world that Chihiro's father insists on exploring. While Chihiro's parents eat like pigs at an empty restaurant stall, Chihiro finds an exquisite bathhouse. She meets a young boy, Haku, who warns her to return across the river before sunset. However, Chihiro discovers too late that her parents have turned into actual pigs and she is unable to cross the flooded river, becoming trapped in the spirit world.
I laughed as Haku flew higher and higher into the clouds. “Haku, how far up do you plan to fly?!” I said.
He coughed a laugh and glanced at me with a playfully wicked look in his steal green eyes. He flew even faster and higher. I laughed and held on to his horns hard as I could. We were so high up! It could easily be the highest we've ever flown together.
The moisture from the clouds was gathering on my forehead, so I wiped it with the back of my hand. But my watch caught my attention.
"Spirited Away" is a truely delightful movie that gives its viewers beyond the wonders of imagnation, courage, and friendship that occurs on everyday life.
My personal feelings for this movie is that it's wonderous, dventureous, fantastical, and a bright movie that has great characters, a wonderful plot, and amazing locations and cultrual refrences based on modern Japan. If you're looking for a great movie to experince with some friends or if you have children that love adventure and imagnation than this is the movie for you. :D
Chihiro returned to the spirit world after she had remained at her new home. She kept her parents away from there secretly going to see Haku and everyone. She loved it there, the sights, the people, they were all fun. It was full of magic and joy. She took a walk in for another day as she looked around for Haku. "Haku!!!" She hollered looking around. "Where could he be?" She placed her finger on her lip leaning on her side. Haku sped ran and appeared behind her. "Chihiro! Your here!" She smiled hugging him. "I missed you Haku! My parents made me a sandwhich, you want some?" Chihiro gave a smug...
Disclaimer: I do not own Spirited Away or the characters except Mimi she is mine.
By: Marissa Barlow
"What will you do?" Chihiro asked. "Don't worry i'll have a talk with Yubaba and tell her i'm going to quit being her apprentice." Haku said. "I'm fine i have my name back" Haku said. "Will we meet again sometime?" Chihiro asked. "Sure we will." Haku said. "Promise?" Chihiro asked. "I promise." Haku said. "Now go and don't look back until you've past through the tunnel." Haku said. Then their hands that were once locked together are letting...
Me too! This movie changed my whole perspective of anime, and stopped me looking from the angle "Ranma 1/2 is the only one I will ever like"
It is amazing and so different from anything I've ever seen before!
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