The Cameraman's Revenge
pretty good stop motion for something made almost 100 years ago. sort of hard to tell the beetles and grasshoppers or whatever apart from each other on a small youtube screen, but that is more my fault than the films. Probably the best film Ive ever seen about insect infiedility.
Castle in the Sky
This finishes Miyazaki's feature length films for me. This shouldnt be taken as an insult to it because I think they are all at least good, but Castle in the Sky is bottom third or so in my mind. I think this might be the first time Ive watched one of his films using both the subtitles and american actor dubbing, and I found it quite bizarre. The dialouge not only seldom matches, but sometimes there is one without the other, or they are talking about something completely different. At one point a character is holding up a book, which the subtitles say is Swift's Gullivers Travels. In the dialouge, the character is saying that the book is his fathers journal. Maybe James Van Der Beek was confused?