• Pablo

    ★★★★ Watched by Pablo 05 Feb, 2015

    Everybody knows how it is with Wes Anderson style, either you love it or you hate it. I am on the side of loving his stuff.

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  • ApeLincoln

    ★★★★★ Watched by ApeLincoln 01 Mar, 2015

    Wonderfully strange and utterly charming.

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  • EdgarReviews

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by EdgarReviews 28 Feb, 2015

    There is no director working today that is more talented than Wes Anderson. It is incredibly difficult for me to pinpoint a favourite of his filmography.

    Rushmore was Anderson at his most fun; boasting Bill Murray's finest performance, a great use of music and emotional heft.

    The Royal Tenenbaums is perhaps Anderson's at his most assured - hilarious and heartbreaking at equal measures, it's the only film of his that has reduced me to tears on first viewing (It should…

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  • phil haigh

    ★★★★ Watched by phil haigh 27 Feb, 2015

    Superbly stylised and beautifully shot tale of summer runaways. A quirky view of early adolescence and the yearning for love, meaning and identity. Surely Anderson watched Twin Peaks when it came out!

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  • Arninja

    ★★★★★ Watched by Arninja 26 Feb, 2015

    Wes Anderson is a fucking genius!

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  • Jez Meyer

    ★★★★ Added by Jez Meyer

    The idiosyncrasy, the deadpan humour with a hint of darkness, the stunning framing of every scene... every Anderson trademark is present in spades. The real achievement here is that unlike in previous efforts, Moonrise Kingdom is so well-crafted and the plot so perfectly suited to his style that none of Anderson's quirks come off as gimmicks - rather, they each feel integral to the manner in which the story is being told. Easily the strongest effort of his career, backed by a great ensemble cast.

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  • sinreglaniborra

    ★★★★ Watched by sinreglaniborra 25 Feb, 2015

    what a beautiful and fun love story. every single character is nicely constructed and easy to relate to. bob balaban as a kind of omniscient narrator who gets in and out of the story as he pleases is a very clever touch.

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  • Luca Di-Maio

    ★★½ Watched by Luca Di-Maio 24 Feb, 2015

    Extremely dissapointing. What was Anderson thinking sexualizing children like that?

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  • Cass Nicholas

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Cass Nicholas 23 Feb, 2015

    This was so much funnier the second time. Especially since I haven't seen this since it came out in 2012

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  • Dion Wyn Hughes

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Dion Wyn Hughes 22 Feb, 2015

    The plot is absolutely delightful and sweet. It's such a touching and loving story which also feels like a love letter to the children's adventure books of which Suzy reads throughout the film. Though they read these books, the children long for an adventure of their own and have finally embarked on one. The characters are equally enchanting. Sam and Suzy are somehow both old beyond their years but also very much still children. They have obvious intelligence and wisdom…

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  • Clay Bones

    ★★★★ Watched by Clay Bones 22 Feb, 2015

    Dear Wes,

    Thankyou for this.

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  • Michael Herrington

    ★★½ Watched by Michael Herrington 22 Feb, 2015

    All of the technical Wes Anderson characteristics are there: the movie is bright and colorful, the camera moves perfectly, and there’s this omniscient, walkin’, talkin’ garden gnome who pops up every once in a while to walk you through things. At best, I like that stuff, and at worst, I don’t mind it. What I do mind and don’t like are the performances of Jared Gilman and Kara Hayward. They are children only in the sense that both actors were…

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