‘Kaguya’ is a go for Kahala

First of all, I’d like to humbly thank all of you who offered condolences here, on Facebook and in person for my grandma’s recent passing. Truth be told, the only reason I haven’t picked up blogging again until now isn’t because I’ve been in mourning ever since the funeral last Wednesday, but because I’ve been gradually sinking deeper into the depths of what’s turned out to be one gollywhomper of a cold. I’ll probably be flopping into bed and chatting with friends on my iPad until I pass out in a fever-ridden blob after I finish this post.

kaguyaSo while there’s a lot of news to discuss that I haven’t gotten around to discussing here yet, I’ll just quickly address the most pressing item at the moment in what’ll probably be one of the shortest news posts in Otaku Ohana history. Here we go:

Remember The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, the latest film from Studio Ghibli to be translated for American audiences? The one that I said in my last post was opening on Friday at Consolidated’s Kahala 8 theaters?

Well, tickets are on sale now. Available showtimes run through Tuesday. There are English-subbed and dubbed screenings, too, yay! (The daytime screenings are dubbed; while evening screenings are subbed.)

The premiere’s been pushed up a day, too, so if you want to go see the English-subbed version at 7 p.m. Thursday, you can now do that. Want to do a cross-town double feature on Saturday with The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness, the Studio Ghibli documentary screening at the Dole Cannery theaters as part of the Hawaii International Film Festival at 2:45 p.m. Saturday? You can do that with Kaguya’s evening screenings on Saturday, too.

Oh, yes, and here’s a trailer that shows off the film’s rather distinct animation style.

See you at the movies … hopefully when I heal up from this cold.

One thought on “‘Kaguya’ is a go for Kahala”

  1. I saw this the other day. It was really, really good. The animation was just breathtaking, and the music and story were emotional (and kinda depressing). I saw it in English, which I do recommend! Overall, one of the best in recent years.

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