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Review: Hayao Miyazaki adventure ‘Kiki’s Delivery Service’ screens nationally

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A scene from the 1989 animated movie “Kiki’s Delivery Service.”
(GKids / Studio Ghibli / Fathom Events)
Film Critic

To see one of Japanese master animator Hayao Miyazaki’s features on a big screen is to experience a world of wonder unlike any other. While Miyazaki is best known for his ground-breaking “My Neighbor Totoro” and the Oscar-winning “Spirited Away,” his other features are just as entrancing.

Playing as part of Fathom Events’ monthly Studio Ghibli Fest, Miyazaki’s wonderful “Kiki’s Delivery Service,” about a flying witch who makes her own rules, is set to appear in theaters nationwide, including Regal L.A. Live, ArcLight Santa Monica, ArcLight Sherman Oaks and AMC Century City 15. A dubbed version will screen July 23, 12:55 p.m., a subtitled version July 24, 7 p.m.

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