By David Jenkins
Hayao Miyazaki’s brilliant swansong is a complex, swooning melodrama on aviation and the caveats of creativity.
By Anton Bitel
At its heart, Ponyo is a film about a global catastrophe, but the apocalypse has seldom seemed so joyous or tender.
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