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Tales from Earthsea(ゲド戦記)

In the land of Earthsea, a mysterious force threatens to plunge humanity into destruction and chaos. The powerful archwizard Sparrowhawk sets out to find the source of his world's imbalance and along the way rescues Arren, a shy runaway prince with a dark side.
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Empire by

The set pieces make this well worth watching while director Goro Miyazaki shows he's truly his father's son.
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Los Angeles Times by Gary Goldstein

It also features deaths by strangulation and immolation as well as a nasty bit with a flying severed limb.Kids may be less put off by all that, though, than by the film's uninspired hand-drawn animation, visual flatness and elongated running time.
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Time Out by Keith Uhlich

The sights and sounds are splendid--a lovingly hand-detailed portside city, a touching musical interlude in a windswept field--though they're largely disconnected from the narrative proper.
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Entertainment Weekly by Owen Gleiberman

He does an okay imitation of his father's languidly matter-of-fact dreamscapes, but it's hard to deny that a certain vitality is missing in Tales From Earthsea.

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