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In the form of a humanoid pig, Hayao Miyazaki narrates the story of flight and the many machines imagined to achieve it.... (Full plot summary below)

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In the form of a humanoid pig, Hayao Miyazaki narrates the story of flight and the many machines imagined to achieve it.

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The Hollywood Reporter - 8/10 by Michael RechtshaffenA sharply observed tragicomedy that draws laughter as genuinely as it coaxes tears, the nicely paced film tempers its themes of loss and sorrow with a cynically witty edge and is graced by a perfectly pitched Sigourney Weaver performance.
Chicago Sun-Times - 8/10 by Roger EbertThe characters deserve a better movie, but they get a pretty good one.
San Francisco Chronicle - 8/10 by Mick LaSalleReveals essential truthfulness about families.
Austin Chronicle - 7/10 by Marc SavlovWeaver and Hirsch's flawless performances elevate the film above and beyond the ranks of "Ordinary People" pastiches, and in the end it stands on its own merits.
Wall Street Journal - 7/10 by Joe MorgensternThe result is almost like a film we have seen before but don't mind seeing again. The dialogue is generally fresh, the relationships ring true.
Newsweek - 7/10 by William UnderhillHarris leavens the familiar suburban angst with dark humor, rich characterizations and a terrific cast.
Dallas Observer - 6/10 by Bill GalloFor now, it might be best to acknowledge this as an impressive debut and wait for the grown-up stuff to come.
The New York Times - 6/10 by Stephen HoldenPiles too many small disasters on top of the initial tragedy, including a drunken car accident, a drug bust and a cancer scare. It also swerves unsteadily into farce.
Los Angeles Times - 6/10 by Kevin ThomasIt would have been nice if Harris, who casts a sardonic yet compassionate eye on the Travis family, had set his sights a little higher than the typical chronicle of a dysfunctional suburban family.
The A.V. Club - 6/10 by Keith PhippsIt looks good. It seems to work. It occasionally coheres into a priceless moment. But in the end, the pieces don't all fit together as they should.

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