History Anime / MyNeighborsTheYamadas

23rd Dec '14 11:02:39 AM crazysamaritan
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A 1999 Creator/StudioGhibli film directed by IsaoTakahata, ''My Neighbors The Yamadas'' is based on a popular Japanese newspaper comic about a slightly off-kilter "typical" Japanese family composed of mother Matsuko, father Takashi, grandmother Shige, son Noboru, and daughter Nonoko.

It's an episodic SliceOfLife comedy, and a DomCom. The art has a very loose, caricatured style that is reminiscent of its newspaper comic origins, very different from the lush animation typically found in StudioGhibli films.

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A 1999 Creator/StudioGhibli film directed by IsaoTakahata, Creator/IsaoTakahata, ''My Neighbors The Yamadas'' is based on a popular Japanese newspaper comic about a slightly off-kilter "typical" Japanese family composed of mother Matsuko, father Takashi, grandmother Shige, son Noboru, and daughter Nonoko.

It's an episodic SliceOfLife comedy, and a DomCom. The art has a very loose, caricatured style that is reminiscent of its newspaper comic origins, very different from the lush animation typically found in StudioGhibli Creator/StudioGhibli films.
23rd Nov '14 9:02:57 PM priestessofdan
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A 1999 Creator/StudioGhibli film directed by IsaoTakahata, ''My Neighbors The Yamadas'' is based on a popular Japanese newspaper comic about a slightly off-kilter "typical" Japanese family composed of a mother, Matsuko, father, Takashi, grandmother, Shige, son, Noboru, and daughter, Nonoko.

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A 1999 Creator/StudioGhibli film directed by IsaoTakahata, ''My Neighbors The Yamadas'' is based on a popular Japanese newspaper comic about a slightly off-kilter "typical" Japanese family composed of a mother, mother Matsuko, father, father Takashi, grandmother, grandmother Shige, son, son Noboru, and daughter, daughter Nonoko.
31st Dec '13 12:52:59 PM RabidBadger1632
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* HilariousInHindsight: One scene in the opening ShoutOut to the "Tale of the Bamboo Cutter." Guess the next premise for Takahata's next project.
23rd Aug '13 9:19:16 AM 321Haruko123
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* ShoutOut: In the surreal opening sequence, the newly married couple discover baby Noboru in a floating peach in the water and baby Matsuko in a bamboo tree in reference to two famous folklores.

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* ShoutOut: In the surreal opening sequence, the newly married couple discover baby Noboru in a floating peach in the water and baby Matsuko Nonoko in a bamboo tree in reference to two famous folklores.



* TooSmartForStrangers: After the realization that Nonoko got left behind at the mall, Matsuko expresses hope that she will remember the advice the PTA gave: "Never, ever, ever talk to strangers." Shige calls it a stupid lesson. Indeed, Nonoko defies the mantra after meeting a lost boy who doesn't talk because of it. She gets him to say his name, went to a shoplady who then called his mother, and reunites safely with her family after spending time at his house, and having his mother call her parents to get her.

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* TooSmartForStrangers: After the realization that Nonoko got left behind at the mall, Matsuko expresses hope that she will remember the advice the PTA gave: "Never, ever, ever talk to strangers." Shige calls it a stupid lesson. Indeed, Nonoko defies the mantra after meeting a lost boy who doesn't talk because of it. She gets him to say his name, went then goes to a shoplady who then called calls his mother, and reunites safely with her family after spending time at his house, and having his mother call her parents mother. Sometimes, talking to get her.strangers can be helpful!
14th Aug '13 1:08:15 PM MarkLungo
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Like most StudioGhibli films, ''My Neighbors the Yamadas'' was dubbed into English by Disney Studios using an all-star cast (headed by Jim Belushi, but don't let that scare you).

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Like most StudioGhibli Ghibli films, ''My Neighbors the Yamadas'' was dubbed into English by Disney Studios using an all-star cast (headed by Jim Belushi, but don't let that scare you).



!!This film contains examples of:

* ArtShift - The scene in which Takashi, followed by Matsuko and Shige, confront the hoodlums.
* BigNo - Noboru does one in the English dub as an army of Matsukos repeatedly command him to "study harder!"
* CoincidentalBroadcast - When the family turn their car around and head back to the supermarket to find the missing Nonoko, a song about a lost kitten plays on their radio.
* DomCom - the Japanese version

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!!This film contains examples of:

!!Tropes:

* ArtShift - ArtShift: The scene in which Takashi, followed by Matsuko and Shige, confront the hoodlums.
* BigNo - BigNo: Noboru does one in the English dub as an army of Matsukos repeatedly command him to "study harder!"
* CoincidentalBroadcast - CoincidentalBroadcast: When the family turn their car around and head back to the supermarket to find the missing Nonoko, a song about a lost kitten plays on their radio.
* DomCom - the DomCom: The Japanese versionversion.



* HeyItsThatVoice - The English version features [[TheSimpsons Agnes Skinner]] as Shige and [[SpyKids Juni Cortez]] as Noboru. Also, David Ogden Stiers, who did voices for some '90s Disney movies and the English dub of ''SpiritedAway'', reads the title cards and philosophy quotes that occasionally appear onscreen.
* HilariousInHindsight - One scene in the opening ShoutOut to the "Tale of the Bamboo Cutter." Guess the next premise for Takahata's next project.
* {{Homage}} - When Takashi daydreams about turning into the ''MaskedRider'' and rescuing Matsuko and Shige from kidnapping thugs.
* HonestAxe - Mostly played straight when Shige asks some kids if the ball they lost in the Yamada yard was the old worn-out one, or the new rubber one. (the scene even briefly features a storybook drawing depicting the woodcutter and the nymph) [[spoiler: However, after she gives away both balls and shares AnAesop about honesty, some other kids ask her if she saw the new rubber ball they lost, [[HypocriticalHumor prompting her to deny finding it.]]]]

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* HeyItsThatVoice - The English version features [[TheSimpsons Agnes Skinner]] as Shige and [[SpyKids Juni Cortez]] as Noboru. Also, David Ogden Stiers, who did voices for some '90s Disney movies and the English dub of ''SpiritedAway'', reads the title cards and philosophy quotes that occasionally appear onscreen.
* HilariousInHindsight -
HilariousInHindsight: One scene in the opening ShoutOut to the "Tale of the Bamboo Cutter." Guess the next premise for Takahata's next project.
* {{Homage}} - {{Homage}}: When Takashi daydreams about turning into the ''MaskedRider'' ''Franchise/KamenRider'' and rescuing Matsuko and Shige from kidnapping thugs.
* HonestAxe - HonestAxe: Mostly played straight when Shige asks some kids if the ball they lost in the Yamada yard was the old worn-out one, or the new rubber one. (the scene even briefly features a storybook drawing depicting the woodcutter and the nymph) [[spoiler: However, after she gives away both balls and shares AnAesop about honesty, some other kids ask her if she saw the new rubber ball they lost, [[HypocriticalHumor prompting her to deny finding it.]]]]



* SuspiciouslyAproposMusic - As the family drives back to the mall to find their missing daughter, the car's radio plays a song about a lost kitten.
* TooSmartForStrangers - After the realization that Nonoko got left behind at the mall, Matsuko expresses hope that she will remember the advice the PTA gave: "Never, ever, ever talk to strangers." Shige calls it a stupid lesson. Indeed, Nonoko defies the mantra after meeting a lost boy who doesn't talk because of it. She gets him to say his name, went to a shoplady who then called his mother, and reunites safely with her family after spending time at his house, and having his mother call her parents to get her.

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* SuspiciouslyAproposMusic - SuspiciouslyAproposMusic: As the family drives back to the mall to find their missing daughter, the car's radio plays a song about a lost kitten.
* TooSmartForStrangers - TooSmartForStrangers: After the realization that Nonoko got left behind at the mall, Matsuko expresses hope that she will remember the advice the PTA gave: "Never, ever, ever talk to strangers." Shige calls it a stupid lesson. Indeed, Nonoko defies the mantra after meeting a lost boy who doesn't talk because of it. She gets him to say his name, went to a shoplady who then called his mother, and reunites safely with her family after spending time at his house, and having his mother call her parents to get her.
14th Aug '13 1:00:09 PM MarkLungo
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[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Yamadas_3098.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:300:(clockwise from upper left) [[{{Housewife}} Matsuko]], [[BumblingDad Takashi]], [[CoolOldLady Shige]], [[BrattyHalfPint Nonoko]], and [[HormoneAddledTeenager Noboru]]]]

A 1999 Creator/StudioGhibli film directed by IsaoTakahata, ''My Neighbors The Yamadas'' is based on a popular Japanese newspaper comic about a slightly off-kilter "typical" Japanese family composed of a mother, Matsuko, father, Takashi, grandmother, Shige, son, Noboru, and daughter, Nonoko.

It's an episodic SliceOfLife comedy, and a DomCom. The art has a very loose, caricatured style that is reminiscent of its newspaper comic origins, very different from the lush animation typically found in StudioGhibli films.

Like most StudioGhibli films, ''My Neighbors the Yamadas'' was dubbed into English by Disney Studios using an all-star cast (headed by Jim Belushi, but don't let that scare you).
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!!This film contains examples of:

* ArtShift - The scene in which Takashi, followed by Matsuko and Shige, confront the hoodlums.
* BigNo - Noboru does one in the English dub as an army of Matsukos repeatedly command him to "study harder!"
* CoincidentalBroadcast - When the family turn their car around and head back to the supermarket to find the missing Nonoko, a song about a lost kitten plays on their radio.
* DomCom - the Japanese version
* HappilyMarried
* HeyItsThatVoice - The English version features [[TheSimpsons Agnes Skinner]] as Shige and [[SpyKids Juni Cortez]] as Noboru. Also, David Ogden Stiers, who did voices for some '90s Disney movies and the English dub of ''SpiritedAway'', reads the title cards and philosophy quotes that occasionally appear onscreen.
* HilariousInHindsight - One scene in the opening ShoutOut to the "Tale of the Bamboo Cutter." Guess the next premise for Takahata's next project.
* {{Homage}} - When Takashi daydreams about turning into the ''MaskedRider'' and rescuing Matsuko and Shige from kidnapping thugs.
* HonestAxe - Mostly played straight when Shige asks some kids if the ball they lost in the Yamada yard was the old worn-out one, or the new rubber one. (the scene even briefly features a storybook drawing depicting the woodcutter and the nymph) [[spoiler: However, after she gives away both balls and shares AnAesop about honesty, some other kids ask her if she saw the new rubber ball they lost, [[HypocriticalHumor prompting her to deny finding it.]]]]
* ImagineSpot: At least half of the movie is made up of these.
* KansaiRegionalAccent: Matsuko and Shige.
* MoodWhiplash: In one scene, Shige visits a friend who was suddenly hospitalized. The friend seems bright and cheerful, gossiping about the goings-on at the hospital and showing Shige around. [[spoiler:Until Shige asks why she is in the hospital in the first place, and the friend starts to cry, unable to keep herself together any longer. She's dying.]]
* NuclearFamily
* RandomEventsPlot
* ShoutOut: In the surreal opening sequence, the newly married couple discover baby Noboru in a floating peach in the water and baby Matsuko in a bamboo tree in reference to two famous folklores.
* SuspiciouslyAproposMusic - As the family drives back to the mall to find their missing daughter, the car's radio plays a song about a lost kitten.
* TooSmartForStrangers - After the realization that Nonoko got left behind at the mall, Matsuko expresses hope that she will remember the advice the PTA gave: "Never, ever, ever talk to strangers." Shige calls it a stupid lesson. Indeed, Nonoko defies the mantra after meeting a lost boy who doesn't talk because of it. She gets him to say his name, went to a shoplady who then called his mother, and reunites safely with her family after spending time at his house, and having his mother call her parents to get her.
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