It's witch meets world, as teenage Kiki chooses to live on her own in a new town, using her magical powers to get by. But Kiki is poor with potions and second-rate at spells - instead, she sets up a courier service, using her broomstick to deliver everything from pies to pets. At first with only her sarcastic cat Jiji for company, she soon discovers that she has more friends than she ever thought possible.
A step out of reality!
- Kiki's Delivery Service review by CP Customer
Hayao Miyazaki has pulled this one out of the bag, what could of been an object of ridicule actually turns out to be a really good film. Kiki is a child we all wish we could of been never giving up on what we believe and as with all of us having to learn the hard way.
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very very disappointing
- Kiki's Delivery Service review by pete b
i'd heard good things about studio ghibli work. this film, however, had very little to suggest that it was made anywhere but disney, argh.