History Anime / CastleInTheSky

30th Apr '18 6:56:49 PM The_Fantabulous_Toast
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* OutOfTheInferno: The Laputian robot escaping the castle through fire; it is driven by [[spoiler: a desire to protect its creator's princess.]]

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* OutOfTheInferno: The Laputian robot escaping robot's climb out of the castle fortress, wading through fire; burning rubble and molten steel like it's nothing; it is driven by [[spoiler: a desire to protect its creator's princess.]]
30th Apr '18 6:54:55 PM The_Fantabulous_Toast
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* LostTechnology: Anything made by the Laputian people. They abandoned Laputa and their other floating cities and castles fell back to Earth at some point, though what is accessible is still far above anything else seen in the movie.

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* LostTechnology: Anything made by the Laputian people. They abandoned Laputa and Laputa, as well as their other floating cities and castles castles, which all fell back to Earth at some point, though what so long ago that they've passed into legend. Only Laputa survived, and the technology there is accessible is still far above more advanced than anything else seen in the movie.



* NotQuiteDead: The robot at the castle is shot down and seems dead, but then it gets a second wind and gets up to destroy the entire place before finally passing away.

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* NotQuiteDead: The robot at the castle fortress is shot down and seems dead, but then it gets a second wind and gets up to destroy the entire place before finally passing away.being destroyed by cannon fire from [[CoolAirship Goliath]].



* PersonOfMassDestruction: The robots, one of which was able to single-handedly devastate the army's fortress ''despite its own damage from when it fell from the sky''. Thankfully, they're [[GentleGiant wholly benevolent.]]

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* PersonOfMassDestruction: The robots, one of which was able to single-handedly devastate the army's fortress ''despite its own damage from when it fell from the sky''. Thankfully, they're [[GentleGiant wholly benevolent.]]benevolent]], at least towards the protagonists.
30th Apr '18 6:44:03 PM The_Fantabulous_Toast
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* FloatingContinent: Laputa, the titular Castle in the Sky.

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* FloatingContinent: Laputa, the titular Castle in the Sky.Sky, is shown in the opening sequence to be the last of an entire civilization built on floating islands.



* HeyYouHaymaker: After one of the pirates get into a fistfight with Pazu's boss, a member of the watching crowd suddenly does this to him. This quickly turns the fight into a full-blown mob.

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* HeyYouHaymaker: After one of the pirates get into a fistfight with Pazu's boss, a member of the watching crowd suddenly does this to him. This quickly turns the fight into a full-blown mob.brawl.



* LostTechnology: Anything made by the Laputean people. They abandoned Laputa and their other floating cities and castles fell back to Earth at some point, though what is accessible is still far above anything else seen in the movie.

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* LostTechnology: Anything made by the Laputean Laputian people. They abandoned Laputa and their other floating cities and castles fell back to Earth at some point, though what is accessible is still far above anything else seen in the movie.
16th Apr '18 1:14:19 AM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* WhamLine: "Who are you, Muska?" when Sheeta finally understands the depths of his obsession with Laputa.
11th Apr '18 3:53:40 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* RealityEnsues: Did anybody really expect things to end well for the Army once Muska had gotten what he wanted out of them?
6th Mar '18 10:05:48 AM petrandreev13
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* TheOner: The scene where Lola listens to the conversation between Sheeta and Pazu is the longest scene in the whole movie.

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* TheOner: The scene where Lola Dola listens to the conversation between Sheeta and Pazu is the longest scene in the whole movie.
6th Mar '18 10:05:01 AM petrandreev13
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* TheOner: The scene where Lola listens to the conversation between Sheeta and Pazu is the longest scene in the whole movie.
18th Feb '18 7:32:03 PM rjd1922
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The dub, originally recorded in 1998, was initially scheduled for a 1999 video release, but continually delayed for unexplained reasons (though the re-scoring and a sudden shift from direct-to-video to theatrical release that never happened are the most commonly cited). It was screened at select children's festivals before finally debuting on VHS and DVD in April 2003, alongside ''Anime/SpiritedAway'' and ''Anime/KikisDeliveryService'', gradually garnering new fans. This dub is one of only two Ghibli films (the other being ''Kiki's Delivery Service'') which Disney "Americanized"; future Ghibli releases only featured new voicework instead of the extensive musical reworking that ''Castle in the Sky'' and ''Kiki's Delivery Service'' underwent. A 2010 re-release of the film replaced the re-scored soundtrack with the original and also removed some of the additional chatter added to the dub (again to fill-in some of the more silent moments). Inexplicably, though, the faithful subtitle track on the 2003 DVD release was mysteriously replaced with a {{dubtitle}}. Even more strangely, the Japanese, Australian, and UK Blu Rays ''contain'' the extended score on the English track sans the extra dialogue and rerecorded sound effects from the 2003 release but the American BD release does not. This has been rectified when [=GKids=] reissued the movie on BD and DVD in 2017, providing fans with the choice to see the Disney dub with either score (minus extra dialogue and redone sound effects) -- as well as a literal subtitle track for fans of the Japanese version.

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The dub, originally recorded in 1998, was initially scheduled for a 1999 video release, but continually delayed for unexplained reasons (though the re-scoring and a sudden shift from direct-to-video to theatrical release that never happened are the most commonly cited). It was screened at select children's festivals before finally debuting on VHS and DVD in April 2003, alongside ''Anime/SpiritedAway'' and ''Anime/KikisDeliveryService'', gradually garnering new fans. This dub is one of only two Ghibli films (the other being ''Kiki's Delivery Service'') which Disney "Americanized"; future Ghibli releases only featured new voicework instead of the extensive musical reworking that ''Castle in the Sky'' and ''Kiki's Delivery Service'' underwent. A 2010 re-release of the film replaced the re-scored soundtrack with the original and also removed some of the additional chatter added to the dub (again to fill-in some of the more silent moments). Inexplicably, though, the faithful subtitle track on the 2003 DVD release was mysteriously replaced with a {{dubtitle}}. Even more strangely, the Japanese, Australian, and UK Blu Rays Blu-rays ''contain'' the extended score on the English track sans the extra dialogue and rerecorded sound effects from the 2003 release but the American BD release does not. This has been rectified when [=GKids=] reissued the movie on BD and DVD in 2017, providing fans with the choice to see the Disney dub with either score (minus extra dialogue and redone sound effects) -- as well as a literal subtitle track for fans of the Japanese version.
18th Feb '18 7:30:21 PM rjd1922
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Also known as ''Laputa: Castle in the Sky''

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Also known as ''Laputa: Castle in the Sky''
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6th Jan '18 10:18:12 PM nombretomado
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As part of their distribution deal, Disney has brought this film to America with a voice cast which includes Creator/AnnaPaquin, James Van Der Beek, Creator/ClorisLeachman, Creator/MandyPatinkin, Creator/MarkHamill, and Andy Dick as well as a new score provided by JoeHisaishi (who wrote the original soundtrack). This latter decision caused controversy with fans and critics more familiar with the more silent Japanese version, [[ApprovalOfGod but Joe Hisaishi mentioned in his blog that he and Miyazaki were pleased with the soundtrack]].

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As part of their distribution deal, Disney has brought this film to America with a voice cast which includes Creator/AnnaPaquin, James Van Der Beek, Creator/ClorisLeachman, Creator/MandyPatinkin, Creator/MarkHamill, and Andy Dick as well as a new score provided by JoeHisaishi Music/JoeHisaishi (who wrote the original soundtrack). This latter decision caused controversy with fans and critics more familiar with the more silent Japanese version, [[ApprovalOfGod but Joe Hisaishi mentioned in his blog that he and Miyazaki were pleased with the soundtrack]].
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