• MuntazirQasim

    ★★★★½ Watched by MuntazirQasim 26 Oct, 2014

    I kinda feel like I have to compare this movie with The Grand Budapest Hotel because that is the only other Wes Anderson movie that I have watched. However, I think doing that would be a bit like comparing Skittles and M&Ms. I mean, they kinda look the same (other than the "M" on M&Ms). But the thing is that they taste completely different. Speaking of which, I've never understood the attraction toward Skittles, they are just so sticky and…


  • mademoiselleem

    Watched by mademoiselleem 23 Oct, 2014

    Watched at: home
    Watched with: self


  • Jacob Gehman

    ★★★★ Watched by Jacob Gehman 24 Oct, 2014

    Damnit, Wes Anderson. I don't want to like your movies, with their preening pretension and stiff characters. Fluffed up by an American public that views anything outside the typical Hollywood du jour as novel. Wes Anderson, your movies are not novel. By and large, Wes Anderson, they are full of preening pretension and sti... ANYWAY.

    But I have to admit, Wes Anderson, that you tapped into something with this Moonrise Kingdom. The way you tap into childhood. The innocence. The…


  • ooisabelloo

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by ooisabelloo 21 Sep, 2014

    Well, I think Wes Anderson is a genius. This Film is so charming and imaginative and I hope, he will make more films of this genre (like grand budapest hotel). One of my favourite films <3


  • Barbara Henry

    ★★★★★ Watched by Barbara Henry 22 Oct, 2014

    I'm 66 1/2 years old, but this delightful, joyful, and highly artful movie made me remember what it was like to be 12!!! Truly amazing. Incidentally, it also elevated the color yellow to a whole new personal appreciation, taking it from the desperate color of kitchens to the soaring color of myth. Thank you very much, Wes Anderson.


  • Nicole Jessome

    ★★★★ Added by Nicole Jessome

    A gem by Wes Anderson. Loved the story in this movie and Anderson's vision is so quirky and fun. I am a fan of his work and this did not disappoint.


  • Charles Palentine

    ★★★★ Watched by Charles Palentine 28 Dec, 2012

    In keeping with a style distinctly his own, Wes Anderson delivers another brilliant film. The characters, dialogue, fantastical elements, and precise framing are all here in Anderson’s romance about a (very) young couple that flees their current place of residence. It doesn’t feel like there’s anything profound because of the style, but really I think there is. It seems to focus on relationships both peer-to-peer and adult to child. What’s our responsibility to one another? This question I think is…


  • Elle

    ★★★★½ Watched by Elle 22 Oct, 2014

    I feel like this movie might be Wes Anderson's best. All of my favourite classic shots from him was all present in the movie. It is also applied in a way that's subtle and real in the setting of the movie. Since, I love all of Wes Anderson's movies so it's not really a surprise I felt the same way for this as well.


  • SleepyDino

    ★★★★ Watched by SleepyDino 11 Jan, 2014



  • Maryam Elshemy

    ★★★★★ Added by Maryam Elshemy

    Loved everything about this film from the witty, thoughtful dialogue to the soundtrack to the cinematography. One of my favorite Wes Anderson films and definitely holds a place in my all time top 10.


  • Henrik Schunk

    ★★★★ Added by Henrik Schunk

    Quiet a lovely story but I found this to be (arguably) Anderson's most psychedlic and inaccessible work to this day, that is, if one takes his early caper days (Bottle Rocket) as anything to go by. Whenever the film focused on the peripheral search for the lost children and ginger balance of conscience, duty and guilty that run through the veins of all the protagonists to a degree, the film is quite entertaining in a prosaic sort of way, humorus…


  • ashleyheesch

    ★★★★★ Added by ashleyheesch

    Moonrise Kingdom, an unconventional movie directed by Wes Anderson, uses unconventional style in its characters relationships to portray the meaning of young love in two 12 year old innocent adolescents. The two child protagonists and lovers are 12 year old sassy misfit Suzy Bishop, and Khaki Scout, Sam Shakusky, They write letters to each other which causes their feelings toward each other to blossom from strangers to lovers infatuated with each other. I loved watching the two interact with each…