When the movie Ponyo came out in 2008, the consensus was that it was a cute film for kids. But, as the years have passed, the movie has developed a cult following for adults. And who are we to argue? Ponyo is about a young girl who befriends a fish-looking boy. The boy ends up asking her to take care of him, leading to several great laughs, some serious moments, and a few tears. In an interview, the director said that the subject of the movie is “the relationship between a child and an adult” and “the realization that adults are small children.
You can find Ponyo below list
- Google Play
Watch Ponyo on amazon
Hey guys and girls, I have a new post for you today, I will be talking about the new Ponyo watch on Amazon, I am pretty sure that you are familiar with the movie of the same name, I am pretty sure that you all know the story of Ponyo, she is the heroine of this movie, she is a little girl who always has dreams of getting a flying fish,
unfortunately, she never knew that she needs to take a bath to get one and what will be her surprise when she comes out of her bath and she just got a fish in her hand, she was so happy that she wants to give it to her father but unfortunately she can’t because she is a child and she has a long way to go.
Watch Ponyo on youtube
The YouTube video of the week is a very cool animation called Ponyo. It’s a short film directed by Hayao Miyazaki and stars the voices of Kumiko Aso, Satomi Ishihara, and Toshiyuki Nishida. It’s an unforgettable story of a fish child (Ponyo) who lives under a seaside pier with her father. Her father is the captain of a sailing ship and the two make a living from fishing the sea. Meanwhile, Ponyo befriends a goldfish (Sosuke) who lives in a nearby bathtub.
Watch Ponyo in Google Play
So, you’ve already seen the movie Ponyo live, but what about the movie in animated form? You can now watch it on Google Play for free! That’s right, Google Play will now stream Ponyo for you, it’s your chance to see a whole new side of the film.
This past weekend, Google announced that it will be partnering with your friendly neighborhood animation studio to help bring the feature film Ponyo to life with interactive content in Google Play. As part of this effort, Google is making available the latest HD remastered version of the film, with the movie synchronized to your device screen, the ability to watch special cut-scenes, and other exclusive content.
Watch Ponyo on Apple
As hard as it is to believe, the geniuses over at Apple have yet again gotten it right. They have finally given critics of their movie output the movie they have always wanted: the streaming platform and Apple TV. The newly updated Apple TV features a higher resolution and better performance for a much higher price tag, but it is worth it if you have a newer model Apple TV with new remote control. The new Apple TV supports an assortment of streaming services including Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant Video, and iTunes. This makes it easy to find the content you want.
Watch Ponyo in Vudu
When it comes to Ponyo, it’s easy to say you don’t like it. After all, the movie is a little too long and it’s a children’s movie, some long, drawn-out scenes may be hard to follow and there is a lot of yelling. But the truth is, you don’t know what you’re missing. Because Ponyo is a great movie.
Watch Ponyo on Microsoft
Microsoft and Ghibli are collaborating on a new animated film titled Ponyo, which is a retelling of the classic Ghibli tale of a young girl and her mother who live on an ocean floor.
Microsoft has released several interesting devices in the last few years, and the latest one is likely your favorite: the Surface Book 2. The original Surface Book was a great portable laptop, but it was hamstrung by its cramped keyboard dock. The Surface Book 2 fixes that, allowing you to use both the laptop and the keyboard on their own.
In conclusion, Ponyo is a great sampler of Hayao Miyazaki’s creative universe and a delightful reminder of how a little story can take us places. The late ’80s were the last time Miyazaki made a film for his children. As someone who’s been a child for most of his life, but never a child, Ponyo is a movie for all ages, but especially for the children of the current era.