Rate & Discuss
Rate & Discuss
Will be one of my top 2 or 3 favorite films of the year when all is said and done.
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Best Wes Anderson film, one of the best films of 2012. I'll never understand what some people have against Anderson. His style can be seen as artificial, but only if you're not really paying attention.
It's fighting it out with Django Unchained for my #1 spot, presently...
8/10 is plenty.
I still think Rushmore is by far his best.
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Very quirky, sometimes charming, great to look at. But not spellbinding.
Ugh, sorry, guys. It's a 5 for me.
I thought Anderson was back to being awesome with Fantastic Mr. Fox, but now I'm thinking that's just an anomaly in his career and I'm kind of scared to go back to Rushmore. That was the one other Anderson flick I really loved upon initial viewing.
Anyways, Moonrise Kingdom just wore thin for me so damn fast. The kids are always such quirky constructs that I stopped caring before I even began and the movie completely lost me long before the third act.
While I wouldn't call it his best film - that honor goes to either "Rushmore" or "Fantastic Mr. Fox" - it is a high point of everything I love about Wes Anderson: relatable storyline about youth, amazing ensemble, catchy soundtrack, stunning production values.
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A 9. I love, love, love this!
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It's starts off well, but that last act is horrible! Norton deserved some Supporting Actor mentions, though!
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"...it's already done."
I love it, but it loses steam a bit once the kids get separated. Easily in my top 10 of the year though, and Edward Norton is really being forgotten this year, which is unfortunate.
An 8. A terrific little film!
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7/10, which equals a B from me. I just don't relate to Anderson, I guess... though Fantastic Fox was lots of fun. This isn't one I will watch again.