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Best Anime Movies of All Time

Anime has become one of the most popular genres in movies, and many new anime films are released every year. The 2020s will be here before we know it! In honour to commemorate this occasion, I’ve decided on a list for you- my personal favourite top few best anime movies ever made list:

It should also be noted that as time goes by newer ones come out so this may change over time too…

Howl’s Moving Castle

Release: 2004

Genre: Fantasy

Director: Hayao Miyazaki

Howl’s Moving Castle was one of the top-grossing best anime movies in Japan. It is based on Diana Wynne Jones’ British novel, which has been adapted into an excellent Japanese animation by Studio Ghibli and features a heroine who transforms into an old woman due to witch’s curse but still manages to have adventures throughout with her companions Howl (the main character) as well as others such apart from Sophie’s family members like Arizona.

Tamako Market

Release: 2014

Genre: Slice of life, Comedy

Director: Naoko Yamada

Tamako Market is a modern slice-of-life best anime movies, produced by Kyoto Animation. The 12-episode TV series had its premiere in 2013 and the sequel film Tamakoma romance was released two years later to commemorate their love story between Mochizo (a high school boy) and his childhood friend -Tamako-. This beautiful portrayal of youthful affection will leave you craving for more!

Cowboy Bebop: The Movie

Release: 2001

Genre: Action, Science Fiction

Director: Shinichiro Watanabe

For those of you who are fans of Cowboy Bebop, this movie is sure to please. For newcomers looking for their first taste of COWBOY BEBOP all over again before it ends its run-on TV in 2020 – I’ve got some good news! The setting takes place back when the project was aired way back 1999-2000–and trust me on this one: It will give newbies everything they could hope for plus more without any unnecessary explicitness or profanity (so if your kids watch anime then definitely check these DVDs out). Those days leading up until Halloween were eventful at best; there’s even an attack by terrorists that kills 400 people.

The Anthem of the Heart

Release: 2015

Genre: Drama

Director: Tatsuyuki Nagai

When the Anthem of the Heart (a song by an anime series), was used in production for this year’s school festival play. This is because it has a young girl with parental divorce who can no longer speak but still sing to be designated as one its heroes’ musical performances during that time period.

Penguin Highway

Release: 2018

Genre: Fantasy, Slice of life

Director: Hiroyasu Ishida

After a Japanese animation studio, called Studio Colorido made Penguin Highway in 2018. It is based ona novel written by Tomihiko Morimi and focuses mainly on the extraordinary daily life of fourth grader Aoyama who sees penguins appear one day without warning out a blueish river where he lives with his mother Yoko at their town (タイトル).

The story explores what could happen if you were someone living there a long time ago like 500 years before our era when other animals first evolved from fishes into land dwellers because it’s also about evolution itself–how we change over different generations.

Her Blue Sky

Release: 2019

Genre: Drama, Fantasy

Director: Tatsuyuki Nagai

Her Blue Sky is the new animated film released in 2019, is directed by Tatsuyuki Nagai who also directed The Anthem of the Heart and Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day. This time around Chichibu City becomes a key setting for Aoi as she searches for her missing sister Akane after their parents died when they were young children without any other family left alive except each other but one day Shinno shows up from 13 years ago demanding money which starts an emotional rollercoaster ride between these two characters we have grown too attached to over such a short period


Conclusion paragraph: As you can see, there are plenty of best anime movies to choose from. We hope this list has helped you find the perfect one for your viewing pleasure!

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