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* Based on Ishii Hisaichi`s 4-koma manga Tonari no Yamada-kun.
The daily lives of the Yamada family: Takashi and Matsuko (the father and mother), Shige (Matsuko`s mother), Noboru (the son), Nonoko (the daughter), and Pochi (the ... More family dog); are at times banal, but usually charmingly strange.
Note: Takahata Isao wanted Yamada-kun to have the art style of watercolour pictures rather than cel pictures. To achieve this, the traditional paint-on-cel techniques were replaced with digital technology, making Yamada-kun the first Studio Ghibli movie to be painted and animated entirely on computers. Less
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this was a fun ride. far from my favorite ghibli but still a quality animated film. there's not much depth to be found here, it's mostly just wonderful animation accompanying humorous and believable stories about family. i think the animation on display here is understated and really great at times, there's a lot of fun character design and subtle ways in which the characters move, given their simple designs. also worthy of mention are the bombastic visuals in the beginning which were incredible. i wish they were more prominent in the film but i understand why they aren't. overall my biggest... read