Kiki's Delivery Service
Animation • G • 1989 • 1 hr 43 min
Beautiful. Amazing director. Lovely music. Cute story. Has a cat.
Really enjoyed this one. It’s a cute story, with great art style and good voice acting. It’s a bit slow, but worth checking out
Such a simple story, Kiki doesn’t need to save the world or solve a grand mystery, but I cared about her succeeding SO MUCH.
im gonna force this movie down my kids throats. happy and perfect like all of his movies tbh
Sometime we wake up and feel exactly like Kiki. This is because we knew Kiki so close that she's almost unforgettable
What a light hearted film that will put skills on many faces and also as a nice Easter egg for 2 other studio ghibli movies.
one of my favorite studio ghibli movies kiki and jiji r so cute
Cute and charming film. Not my favorite from Studio Ghibli but it’s definitely worth the watch.
A very well animated film overflowing with charm and heart. A truly remarkable coming of age story.
A moving portrait of what it means to grow up, what turning your passion into your job does to you. Wise beyond it’s innocent appearance
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