I've never cried so much in a movie before. One of those things where I can acknowledge that it's flawed, but it appeals so specifically to my vulernable sensibilities that none of those flaws bother me.
Really creative animation, but really I review it so highly because the film managed to be better than the book. A rare feat. Also the original music is so so pretty.
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