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Probably either Princess Mononoke or Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind. I honestly can't choose between them. I also love Porco Rosso and Howl's Moving Castle.
Oh what the hell, I love all Studio Ghibli movies!
Because it was my first Ghibli movie that I remember watching, Spirited Away was my all-time favorite. I really liked other movies like Ponyo, Grave of the Fireflies, Howl's Moving Castle, Secret World of Arrietty, and From Up On Poppy Hill.
...then I saw Kiki's Delivery Service and immediately fell in love with it. <3 Actually thinking more on it now, Poppy Hill and Kiki are both favorites of mine.
Initially, it was a toss up between Kiki's Delivery Service and Porco Rosso. After seeing the Wind Rises, that has become my favourite. It really was a history lesson for me, as my Japanese school of two decades ago didn't teach too much about the individual lives. The movie (and for the matter, my visit to the Showa-kan museum when I was briefly back home in Tokyo last year) probably taught me more about some of the costly consequences of WW2 than my history class.
Castle in the Sky, definitely (can you tell? ). A close second would be My Neighbor Totoro
But I love almost every single Ghibli film, they're all so special in their own way. The only ones I'm not too big on are Tales from Earthsea, My Neighbors the Yamadas, Ocean Waves, Pom Poko, and, having watched it last week, Earwig and the Witch (disregarding the subpar 3D animation, it was also just a mess storywise, unfortunately).