Top 25 Anime Films

 

Top 25 Anime Films

  1. Spirited Away
  2. Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance
  3. Princess Mononoke
  4. My Neighbor Totoro
  5. Whisper of the Heart
  6. Howl’s Moving Castle
  7. Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind
  8. Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion
  9. Summer Wars
  10. Tekkon Kinkreet
  11. Tokyo Godfathers
  12. Suzumiya Haruhi no Shoushitsu
  13. Kiki’s Delivery Service
  14. Perfect Blue
  15. The Girl who Leapt Through Time
  16. Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone
  17. Grave of the Fireflies
  18. Paprika
  19. Castle in the Sky
  20. Akira
  21. Redline
  22. Sword of the Stranger
  23. The Cat Returns
  24. Ponyo
  25. The Borrower’s Arrietty

Total Anime Films Seen: 86

(last updated: 10/05/12)

79 thoughts on “Top 25 Anime Films

  1. lostty Post author

    @warriorhope: I saw Millennium Actress and really disliked it, but it was so long ago that I think I just didn’t understand it for what its worth (it was more than 5 years since I saw no doubt), as for Tokyo Godfathers, the movie looks really good judging from previews and reviews, so I hope t get my hands on a copy of it soon! As for the Cardcaptor film, I have yet to see the first :(

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  3. JamesSilverman

    I don’t agree with 5 centimeter’s per second being on this list @ all.. don’t get me wrong the plot and the anime itself is very beautiful but the ending just makes me want to punch babies..

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  4. lostty Post author

    @JamesSilverman: haha, well if you read my review, you’ll see I didn’t think it was nearly as great as everyone else thinks it is either.
    Fuko followers FTW! xD

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  5. MariyaMan

    question. was clannad the movie any good? i love the anime! the fact that fuko has a fan base in the show makes me laugh! anyway…is it any good or is it like the rah-xephon movie were they go and ruin the show?

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  7. Lamort

    how could you write this list and miss Ghost In The Shell, Ninja Scroll, SE:Lain, Ergo Proxy and half a dozen others I can think of without trying.

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    1. lostty Post author

      Well this is a list of movies first…..Thus Lain and Ergo Proxy make no sense to add if you think about. As for Ghost in the shell and Ninja Scroll, those are some of my most hated films of all time x)

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  8. ojisan

    Greetings, fellow Canadian. See ‘Only Yesterday’. And if you like it, consider adding ‘Umi ga Kikoeru’ (Ocean Waves) to your see-someday list. Both understated character-driven movies (with some soundtrack problems) that really reward you.

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    1. lostty Post author

      I’ve wanted to see Only Yesterday for some time now, I guess I should finally get around to it! Thanks for reminding me, I’ll keep the other in mind when I finish the first!

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  9. Shadow and Flame

    I think you should watch “A Tale From Earthsea” directed by Goro Miyazaki. I’ve read the books by Ursula Le Guin and it doesnt really follow the plot very much, but its an entertaining watch.

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    1. lostty Post author

      I actually have seen it. It wasn’t all that bad, and there were certain aspects I really did like, but it was just sorta messy the whole time. Also, in contrast to his father, Goro sorta lacks feeling in his work. At least in my opinion…

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