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What is the Coolest Anime Movie?

Most Influential Movies of the Twentieth Century

Anime means “animation” in Japanese, but in the West, the phrase refers to Japanese cartoons with vibrant colors, colourful characters, and action-packed plots.

For years, television series such as Pokémon and films such as Akira, Spirited Away, and Princess Mononoke have been global successes, grossing millions of dollars.

We wanted to find what is the coolest anime movie with audiences all across the world. Newsweek used data from Box Office Mojo, which records box office income using a sophisticated algorithm, to figure it out.

So here they are: the top 7 coolest anime movies อมิเนะ พากย์ไทย of all time.

1. Mugen Train, Demon Slayer (2020)

Global box office: $455,633,546

Tanjiro Kaado’s family is murdered by demons, driving him to become a demon slayer out of vengeance.

We accompany him as he travels on the Mugen train with other wannabe demon assassins in quest of a monster that has been murdering and devouring travellers.

Demon Slayer: Mugen Train, inspired by the Japanese teen manga and television series Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, was the highest-grossing film in the world in 2020.

2. Your Name (2016)

Global box office: $358,180,115

Your Name is a well-known story about two young individuals who are dissatisfied with their circumstances. Mitusha is a rural girl who wonders what life is like in a big metropolis; Taki has bizarre dreams about being a girl in a rural town.

Then odd things begin to happen. Every now and again, the pair switches bodies, spending a day in each other’s life before changing back.

Your Name was the first non-Studio Ghibli picture to surpass the 10 billion (roughly $100 million) barrier at the Japanese box office. It was critically lauded and nearly universally admired.

3.  Spirited Away (2001)

Global box office receipts: $355,475,245

Is it any wonder that Chihiro’s adventure ranks so high? Hayao Miyazaki’s iconic tale of a little girl’s struggle to save her parents from the clutches of the evil witch Yubaba is just as excellent now as it was in 2001.

With notable characters such as Haku, Sen, and Kamaj, the film was chosen the fourth best film of the twenty-first century in a BBC survey in 2016. To this day, anime enthusiasts all around the globe regard Studio Ghibli as the gold standard in animated narrative. It’s simple to understand why.

4. Howl’s Moving Castle (2004)

Global box office: $236,214,446

Another anecdote about body swapping.

Sophie is a typical young girl, yet she suffers from a severe lack of self-confidence. Her self-esteem concerns are exacerbated when a wicked witch transforms her into a hag, causing her to travel to a castle held by Howl, a weird magical figure who may hold the key to restoring her youth.

After seeing Spirited Away, Christian Bale auditioned for Hayao Miyazaki’s two-hour epic, volunteering to take any role that was offered to him. Bale eventually played Howl.

5. Ponyo (2008)

Global box office: $204,826,668

It’s apparent that Hans Christian Anderson’s The Little Mermaid impacted this Studio Ghibli work.

When a little boy finds a goldfish in a bottle on the beach, he calls it Ponyo and takes it home. We soon learn that the fish is the wizard’s daughter, and she wishes to be human after falling in love with the lad.

Ponyo’s ambition of becoming a human is subsequently realised as the couple embark on an amazing adventure.

6. Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet(2021)

Global box office: $95,659,296

Despite a delayed release owing to the Covid-19 outbreak, this picture ranked 17th on our list.

As Japan prepares to host the World Sports Games, it is constructing a high-tech tube to coincide with the event’s opening ceremony.

Everything is OK until a number of high-profile persons are abducted during a party, leading Detective Conan to do what he does best: figure out who did it.

7. Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time (2021)

Global box office: $90,768,328

It’s likely that it takes a long time to construct an Evangelion, which, for those of you who don’t know, is a massive mechanical humanoid capable of wreaking havoc on the world.

It also takes a long time to produce a film about them: Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time, which was initially intended for a 2013 release, was released earlier this year, becoming the biggest earning picture in the franchise.

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