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Mary and the Witch’southward Flower


Chance / Animation / Family unit / Fantasy

Mary and the Witch’southward Bloom


Chance / Animation / Family unit / Fantasy


Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh


Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright


IMDb Rating



based on novel or book, anime, magic, witch, cat, based on children’s book, school of witchcraft

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March 29, 2018 at 08:10 PM



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7 / x

Sort of like “Kiki’s Delivery Service”. “Frankenstein” and “Harry Potter” merged into ane.

Ane of Studio Ghibli’southward most wonderful films was “Kiki’s Delivery Service”—an anime movie about a young witch who goes into the world to find herself. In many ways, “Mary and the Witch’s Flower” is like taking Kiki from that archetype movie and sending her to Hogwarts! Seriously.

When the story begins, Mary seems to be a pretty ordinary immature girl. However, when she meets a black cat in the woods and finds a broom, something very strange happens….a weird slime pours from a flower onto her easily and instantly she can fly using the broom. She has no idea what she’s doing but shortly she and the true cat are in a far away magical state with talking animals every bit well as a witch’southward schoolhouse….Endor! Only things aren’t all happy and laughter at that place….and after a while she isn’t sure who to trust. What’southward next? Well, it’s a scrap like “Frankenstein”…merely you’ll have to see for yourself.

This motion picture is based on Mary Stewart’southward 1971 story “The Little Broomstick”….which came out long before Kiki or Harry Potter….so although similar to the other stories, it is an original as well. I have never read this volume nor had I heard of it earlier seeing the motion picture.

And then it is any good? Well, the blitheness quality is splendid and although it looks just like a Studio Ghibli picture, it’due south instead fabricated by a different Japanese studio. I liked the motion-picture show quite a bit. I only really have ane quibble…the resolution to the story was very fast and non especially satisfying.

Reviewed by

7 / 10

Ghibli+Harry Potter+Doctor Moreau

Mary Smith lives with her Great Aunt Charlotte in an English manor. She follows ii cats into the woods and finds a foreign flower. The gardener tells her that it’southward the Witch’due south Blossom. It an elusive institute which blooms but one time every seven years and he’s never seen in person. The cats are neighbor boy Peter’southward named Tib and Gib. Tib leads Mary to a broom buried in a tree. Tib gives Mary a blossom which ignites her magical powers and the broom carries her to Endor College for witches. She is met by groundskeeper Flanagan. The higher is run by Madam Mumblechook and Dr. Dee.

Director Hiromasa Yonebayashi is the cardinal animator in many of the Studio Ghibli’s biggest hits. This film is infused with many of those flavors. It is very reminiscent of Spirited Abroad, a girl stumbling into a magical world. It’s its biggest advantage and its most distracting. This is a big pot of various stories that have been done earlier. I also do wish that the characters be Japanese rather than being English language. It needs to pace away from the Harry Potter comparison. It’s an sometime time English characterization anyways. Mary and Peter have a prissy connection. Their cocky-sacrifices and willingness to salve the other is very compelling. They could use a flake more screen time before Mary finds the broomstick. Overall, the sense of wonder from Ghibli is yet intact and this is a fine animated adventure.

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ix / x

Mary and the Witch’s Blossom

This film opens with a red-haired girl escaping from a flaming structure on a flight broomstick with a small pouch pursued by fishlike creatures. After this prologue nosotros see some other ruby haired girl, Mary Smith, living with her corking aunt in rural England. She is a little bored and 1 day follows two cats into the nearby woods; it leads her to a patch beautiful blueish flowers that they appears to fright. Mary picks one and returns abode; the gardener tells information technology is a rare flower calls a ‘Fly by Nighttime’ or ‘The Witches Flower’. The next night one of the cats comes to her room; the next day it is missing so she searches for it; she finds in and is led to a tree that has an quondam broom in its tangled branches. As she frees it she crushes ane of the blue flowers… the broom grows and flies her to a magical land. This is Endor, a school of magic, and the headmistress thinks Mary is a powerful witch. During the tour Mary finds a magic book before admitting that rather than being a real witch she simply got the skills from the flower… a blossom the headmistress is desperate to get her hands on. So desperate that she kidnaps a boy Mary knows to force her to mitt over the blossom. Mary will not have an easy fourth dimension rescuing him.

This, the showtime moving picture from the new Studio Ponoc, looks very much like the works of the great Studio Ghibli; this is inappreciably surprising as near of its staff announced to have begun at Ghibli. The story is gentle providing a few mild, child-friendly scares, plenty of thrilling moments and antagonists that are misguided rather than malevolent. Mary is a fine protagonist; strong-willed just at heart however an ordinary girl who finds herself in an astonishing situation. The grapheme designs are pretty good; and the backgrounds are fantastic. The animators beautifully capture rural Shropshire causing me to be nostalgic for my childhood in the like, neighbouring county of Worcestershire. Overall I’d definitely recommend this to people who have previously enjoyed the works of Studio Ghibli; it may not be as good as the best but information technology isn’t far behind.

These comments are based on watching the moving-picture show in Japanese with English language subtitles.

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