While watching the movie, you may recognize quite a few voice actors. They included Daveigh Chase, who voiced Lilo in “Lilo and Stitch”, Jason Marsden, who voiced Max Goof in “A Goofy Movie” and Kovu in “The Lion King: Simba’s Pride” as well as Susan Egan, who lent Megara’s voice in “Hercules. You may have noted a pattern there. Chihiro be the I in kind shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater
Chihiro be the I in-kind shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater
I’m not saying Disney likes to use talent over and over again … except that’s exactly what I’m saying.
The film opens with 10-year-old Chihiro Ogino (Chase) pouting in the Chihiro be the I in kind shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater back seat of her parent’s car on her way to their new home. Chihiro is really sad when her parents take her out of the house to an unknown place even when they insist that everything will be all right.
Chihiro’s father accidentally turns the wrong way to their destination and leads them to a dead end with a terrifying tunnel. Chihiro’s parents, who shouldn’t make a decision, assume that they can also explore the Chihiro be the I in-kind shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater mysterious tunnel to nowhere.
After passing through a tunnel against Chihiro (the smart kid) wishes, they find themselves in what they believe to be an abandoned amusement park.
They crossed a dry riverbed and wandered through the shops, finding a restaurant that seemed to still be active. Once again Chihiro’s parents ignore her suspicions and start eating food without looking for a server. Come on guys, it’s just a restaurant ritual!
Fed up with her parents (I can’t say I blame her for that), she starts exploring the park further away, to a large bathhouse that appears to be working.
She stumbles upon a boy Haku (Marsden), who insists that she gets her parents and goes before sunset.
Unfortunately, when all this happened, Chihiro failed to find her parents and crossed the dry riverbed before nightfall.
Great horror (me too) Chihiro ran and hid as spirits of all shapes and sizes began to pour into the area, now surrounded by water.
Haku finds her again and explains that she is in Kami’s world, where the spirits will come to bathe in the bathhouse owned by the evil witch Yubaba (Suzanne Pleshette).
The movie follows Chihiro as she confronts her fears, takes a job at the bathroom and even gives up her own name to Yubaba, all to rescue her parents from the witch’s clutches. sinister.
Animation is one of my favorite parts of this movie. It really balances soft and colorful landscapes with more detailed and harsher ones. Not to mention, like most Studio Ghibli movies, it makes the food look delicious! It made me almost jealous because I existed in the real world with our old McDonalds.
The background music is also great, rarely becomes so loud that you can’t take your eyes off the screen. It provides moments of tranquility to ponder for Chihiro throughout her journey and seems to accentuate the softness of the environment the animators have created. It’s usually the kind of music that makes me want to relax in a field of flowers or something and forget all my worries. Something I find myself wanting to do more and more as this year drags on (raise your hand, who wants to join me?).