Believe it or not, today is Arbor Day, possibly a more obscure, easy to forget holiday than Earth Day just two days ago. And unsurprisingly, there aren't a whole lot of movies that celebrate trees directly, so I'll just choose a great one that kinda celebrates them indirectly. This classic Miyazaki movie from the 80's is one of the best films for children ever made, a lovely story about two little girls and their protector, the big fuzzy, lovable Totoro, who lives among the trees (one giant one in particular). This is a wonderful movie about family, with emotions more genuine than many live action films, and Totoro is one of the most beloved magical creatures in film (a direct predecessor frankly, to sidekicks like Baymax in last year's hit Big Hero 6). This is a movie not to be missed, and if you need an excuse to check it out, well, Arbor Day is as a good a reason as any.