I just got back from this at the El Capitan. it was most definately not sold out, there were 20 or so empty seats in the balconey that I noticed. I don't know why they stopped selling tickets. The dub is well done (and I hate dubs), I have yet to hear the OSL so I have no idea how far they vary from the original. Everything does fit each character though fairly well. I thought that Daveigh Chase did an very good job as Chihiro. Haku was a bit bland. The parents are kind of goofy sounding, but they are only in it for 10 minutes so not that big of a deal. The sound mix is much better than what the trailer would suggest, no overpowering vocals which plagues far too many dubs. The film itself is very good. There are a lot of funny moments. The visuals are beautiful. Miyazaki said that he made it for the 10yr old daughters of his friends. I think that there is plenty for everyone to enjoy, but I can definately see how girls might like it more than boys. Just a slight warning, the movie can be kind of creepy at times, lots of ghostly images and strange creatures, so it might scare some very young kids. Nothing is realy there for scare value though so it shouldn't be too bad. I stink at reviews so I will just say I enjoyed the film very much and suggest everyone go see it. The trailer doesn't really do the film justice. I think they need to lose that voiceover guy.