Kiki’s Deliver Service Review

Saturday Anime Review Kiki’s Deliver Service

It’s Saturday and today I will be reviewing another Anime movie this week Kiki’s Delivery Service

Directed by Hayao Miyazaki and produced by Studio Ghibli in 1989. Kiki’s Delivery Service follows the adventures of a 13 year old witch called Kiki and her black cat Jiji. When a witch turns 13 they have to move away from home for one year for witch training so that can find out their special skill.

Now that Kiki is 13 the time has come for her to start her own witch training so Kiki and her cat Jiji set out looking for a city to stay in.  Kiki doesn’t have much luck finding a city on the first night so Kiki and Jiji sneak onto a moving train and hope that it will take them to a city.

The train doesn’t take them to city but it does take them to a small sea side town Kiki seems to really enjoy the area so she decides that she will do her witch training here.

The next problem is that Kiki and Jiji can’t find any where to stay due to Kiki being a minor.  Kiki is about to give up and look for a new town at this point a woman who owns bakery is trying to return a pacifier to another woman’s baby, Kiki realises that the woman won’t make it in time and decides she will return the pacifier for her the baker agrees and is amazed when Kiki fly’s off on her broom stick.

After returning the pacifier Kiki goes back to the bakery to tell the Baker she returned the pacifier. To say thanks for Kiki’s assistance the baker allows Kiki to stay in the spare bedroom. The next day Kiki asks the baker if she can help out in the bakery the baker agrees and explains that she could really use a delivery girl Kiki agrees to help and Kiki’s delivery service begins.

Kiki’s Deliver Service is a great movie that can be enjoyed by the whole family, it has an amazing soundtrack, very impressive animation for the time and a simple story line which suits the movie well. At times the movie feels like it drags on a bit but it quickly picks up again.

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This review was written by Dan

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