Unquestionable talent can, at its apex, overcome any noticeable flaws surrounding it. In the case of Hayao Miyazaki’s PONYO, a lushly animated fable about a fish princess falling head over fins for a human boy, the talent of Miyazaki’s deft hand at animation is so powerful and immense, that even as the film itself has a few noticeable clunks, the end result is something as magical as the beings within it.