Tag Archives: Wes Anderson

Moonrise Kingdom

This movie takes everything that is great about Anderson movies, and puts it into the hands of children, lovely, beautiful, violent, and horrible children. These children are all on an island. That is fantastic. Put everybody on an island with … Continue reading

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The Fantastic Mr. Fox

When taking a look at different Wes Anderson movies there is an idea, this kind of look of a diorama. Look at this incredible world, now look at it this way, now look at it smaller, now look at it … Continue reading

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Hotel Chevalier – The Darjeeling Limited

I think people should be allowed to hire someone to write out and film and stage their goodbyes. I’m not sure I would pick Wes Anderson, although he does a really great job with Hotel Chevalier. Things are uncomfortable and … Continue reading

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The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou

Life Aquatic was the very first Wes Anderson movie I ever saw. It was fantastic. It was strange. It was bright and shining and filled with color. It was perfect and odd. Coming back to it now and seeing it … Continue reading

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The Royal Tenenbaums

The Royal Tenenbaums was not a movie I wanted to see. I actively avoided it. The whole idea bothered me, a family that was quirky and odd and yet perfect and exactly the way it should be and the family … Continue reading

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Rushmore

I avoided this movie for a really long time. Not even because the movie looked bad, but because the people that were so over the moon at the movie were not people I really wanted to take movie advice from … Continue reading

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Bottle Rocket

Bottle Rocket is one of those movies that several times while watching you think to yourself, “what the hell am I watching”? The characters are strange, but that makes them somehow reasonable and believable. The story is as intricate as … Continue reading

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The Darjeeling Limited

I can’t decide if I love Wes Anderson, or if his films make me incredibly uncomfortable. I think a little bit of both.

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