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Why Now’s a Good Time for a Princess Mononoke Reboot (274 hits)

It might be a good time to bring Princess Mononoke back if only because it seems that it might send a few messages to those that watch and perhaps get their attention finally when it comes to our environment and our place in it. That kind of message has been relayed for years upon years now and nothing has ever really come of it, but the idea of quitting is too abhorrent to really discuss. Living in harmony with our surroundings has never been the unified way of humans but recognizing the harm that goes with living against nature seems to be slapping humanity in the face right about now. While the film is entertainment for the most part it is still filled with enough useful lessons that people should take note of and possible begin to apply to their everyday lives, as unlikely as that might be.

Should it be rebooted however the animation would need to be kept as close to the original as possible it would seem in order to avoid upsetting fans, of whom there are a lot. Ever since the mention of Princess Mononoke it’s been assumed that this reboot would be coming without question, but the idea of making it different or updating it in any way seems kind of against the whole idea of the story. Those movies that were written and produced in the 80s and anywhere around that decade are often considered treasured for the simple fact that while their animation is in many ways inferior compared to what exists today, it’s the story and the manner in which they were told that make them great, not just the presentation. If you were an 80s or even 90s kid then you know all too well what the animation was like back then and you can recall that upon growing up you might have wondered just why you were so into a story that seems so juvenile at this point in your life.


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Posted By: Elynor Moss
Wednesday, October 17th 2018 at 5:55PM
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