Fans of Makoto Shinkai will be familiar with his past stellar works such as 5 Centimetres Per Second, The Garden of Lost Words and the sublime, Your Name. Here’s a look at his latest offering.Continue reading “New Makoto Shinkai Film Drops Poster and Trailer”
Already a classic, Makoto Shinkai’s animated feature film, Kimi no Na wa, or Your Name recently aired on Japanese television and the initial ratings report say that it fared very well.
No surprise to hear that one of the most stunning animated film’s to ever grace the silver screen, Makoto Shinkai’s Your Name, is enjoying massive success upon its home release on both DVD and Blu-Ray in Japan. The DVD release is enjoying topping the charts overall for it’s second consecutive week. Here’s a breakdown of the releases and how they’re doing in the sales chart: … Continue reading Your Name Tops The Blu Ray/DVD Charts In Japan
Now here’s one movie that I can’t wait to receive a home release and will probably lash out and buy an import copy as well. Your Name was an absolute masterclass in storytelling, animation and music and when this fine site reviewed it, we gave it a justifiably high score. So it with bated breath that we came across the following news revealing that Makoto … Continue reading Your Name Dated For Japan Home Release
Makoto Shinkai’s latest offering, Your Name, is doing massive business in Japan right now. So much so that it recently surpassed Studio Ghibli’s Howl’s Moving Castle to become the second highest grossing film in Japan. How well has it gone in Japan? How about to the tune of approximately $US176 million dollars. Releasing in Japan on August 26, industry experts are predicting that it’ll surpass … Continue reading Your Name Continues To Break The Box Office In Japan
Your Name (Kimi no Na wa) is the latest offering from Makoto Shinkai who has also done such beautiful films as 5 Centimeters Per Second, The Garden Of Words and Children Who Chase Lost Voices. Your Name is a completely stunning film for so many reasons which needs to be seen by lovers of excellent and evocative storytelling. The story traces the lives of Mitsuha who … Continue reading Review: Your Name (Movie)