Top Ten Reasons Why Studio Ghibli Films Are Better Than Disney Films
Relationships are wholesome in Ghibli films and family-positive. Disney films focus on the American obsession of rebellion and breaking the family bonds.
Very true, Disney has the same plot in almost every story.
Something bad happens in the main characters childhood
There's a bad guy
The bad guy almost defeats the good guy until friendship and teamwork save the day
Happily Ever After
While some Disney movies have good morals, not all of them do and it's hardly most of them. Therefore, studio ghibli is superior.
Yes, this is true. Disney relies on nothing but Reputation and profit, they have no need to make anything good.
Cinderella is helpless without her helper mice, a fairy godmother, and a charming prince. Princess Mononoke can snipe a demonic giant boar with her bow. No contest.
They have badass female characters who aren't good fighters, aren't sexy, aren't necessarily tough - but are still the heroes. I love that they never sexualise badass female characters.
YES. The protagonists are mainly girls about the age of eight to twelve. It has given me courage and pride as a girl.
In the 80s, yes, this is true, but now we have strong females like Elsa, Vanellope, Lilo, etc.
Umm, hello? This is anime! Who doesn't love anime?!
Yes, officially true
True. In Disney films, we can basically guess what happens by half way through the movie leaving not a lot of suprising elements that makes us enjoy movies. Plus, lots of stereotypes.
Yes. Clearly responsible that people are interested more than Disney nowadays, plus they are fond of the movies like Spirited Away and Princess Mononoke.
Agreed. Especially since The Lion King is nothing but stupid, false animal stereotypes.
First of let me say that studio Ghibli is far superior compared to Disney, but Howl's moving castle is based of a book. BUT: It is an amazing story and studio Ghibli changed a lot of things to fit it's own magic.
It's stories are so much better than Disney's. Even the princess stories (like Princess Mononoke and The Tale of Princess Kaguya) aren't as cheesy and predictable!
Yes. Even though it is my favourite animation studio of all time and it's better than Disney's (and a lot better than Frozen! )
Ghibli films are perfect
All of Studio Ghiblis music is emotional and beautiful, but I especially love the ones from Spirited Away and Kikis Delivery Service. Very beautiful and powerful music.
I think Princess Mononoke's soundtrack is amazing. I love many soundtracks of Disney films as well though.
Amazing music for the movies and it's emotional and beautiful soundtracks!
They say the more evil villains are in movies the more amazing the story is
Thumbs up for classical, traditional hand drawn animations/cartoons.
Thumbs down for 3D CGI.
I prefer classic traditional hand drawn 2D animations as opposed to ugly looking 3D CGI.
I hate people who waste their entire time, relying on ugly looking 3D CGI.
Examples: All Pixar films, Dinosaur, Chicken Little, Meet the Robinsons, Bolt, Tangled, Wreck-It Ralph 1 and 2, Frozen 1 and 2, Big Hero 6, Zootopia, Moana, etc.
Yes! Totally agree. Especially in Tales From Earthsea, magic isn't glowing hair or ice coming magically from your hands, it's something different. It's socerers and sorceresses (? ) that have invisible magic (you can't see it happening like Elsa or rapunzel.). This makes it so much more real than Disney, and it appeals more to teens than small children. Even how they do show magic in studio ghibli films like spirited away and Tales From Earthsea is beautiful in itself.
Yeah! Disney just puts a trail of sparkles behind things that are magical. That's it.
Just observed the way how ponyo's sisters turn into fish.
The plots are not cheesy or "trying to be edgy" - instead they are usually rooted deep in a traditional myth with a darker background, which I find fascinating.
Disney makes dark films like Hunchback of Notre Dame and The Black Caldron.
This is the key why I love his films.
Disney movies are not actually made for children, all dialog is just a single joke - a adult pop culture reference made in the context of a story seemingly for children. In Ghibli films characters actually talk to each other on an emotional level.
In fact, Disney should've remained better off with more and more proper kinds of canon teenage counter-stereotypes and less and less improper kinds of canon teenage stereotypes.
In fact, Disney Channel should've remained better off with more and more proper kinds of canon teenage characters, however, without teenage stereotypes, too.
Disney Channel should've remained without teenage stereotypes, too.
Yeah. Disney Channel does that too.