People Have Been Discovering Just How Incredible Princess Mononoke Is After Streaming It On Netflix

It seems as though people have just started realising how incredible Studio Ghibli’s animated masterpiece Princess Mononoke is since it’s come to Netflix.

I think I’ve said it in an article here on Small Screen before, but I’ll say it again just in case I didn’t.

Princess Mononoke is one of the best films ever made.

I know that sounds like hyperbole, but when talking about Studio Ghibli’s Princess Mononoke, I think the statement is warranted.

The movie is simply incredible and was so far ahead of its time.

So, when I found out that Princess Mononoke was trending on Twitter, I was so pleased and I had to figure out why.

It turns out that the film’s gained a whole lot of new fans ever since it’s been available to stream on Netflix.

You can check out some of the tweets I found about the movie below.

People are loving watching Princess Mononoke on Netflix

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Honestly, I don’t think Studio Ghibli’s made a ‘bad’ movie.

There have been some films that were better than others, yet there’s something to love about each and every Ghibli movie.

I was rather worried at one point that they wouldn’t make any movies any more.

However, it was announced that the master himself, Hayao Miyazaki was coming out of retirement to make more films with Studio Ghibli.

Studio Ghibli will be releasing Earwig and the Witch later this year which is being produced and was written by Miyazaki.

It was then announced that he would also be directing a film called How Do You Live?.

As for Princess Mononoke, which came out back in 1997 and was written and directed by Miyazaki, it is an undeniable classic.

I’m so thrilled to see that people are still discovering and falling in love with it in 2020.

What do you make of this news?

Have you watched Princess Mononoke on Netflix?

If so, what did you think of the Studio Ghibli classic?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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