I'm surprised by relatively low amount of discussion on this title. While I love Kiki's Delivery Service and Spirited Away, Castle in the Sky is Miyazaki's first true masterpiece. Clocking in at 125 minutes, Miyazaki spends a good deal of time developing the story (it's one of the best developed animes I've seen) and when the moment comes, it's truly a "wow" moment. As an older film, Castle in the Sky may not look as amazing as later films, but the print is in very good shape overall. Disney went a bit aggressive with edge enhancement (contributing to a bit of halo and compression artifacts), but overall, it looks very good in anamorphic 1.85:1 transfer. Unlike Kiki's Delivery Service and Spirited Away, only the English dub is presented in 5.1-channel Dolby Digital (with good deal of bass), but the Japanese soundtrack is more than adequate. The English dub uses many well-known actors (e.g., Mandy Patinkin, Anna Paquin, James Van Der Beek, Cloris Leachman, Andy Dick), but the translation is often out of place. Supplements are pretty sparse: introduction by John Lasseter, English dubbing session featurette, teasers and trailers, and on second DVD, a complete storyboard with soundtrack. Overall, if you loved any one of Miyazaki's film, you are probably gonna love Castle in the Sky as well.