• Leonardo Navarro Raleigh

    ★★★ Watched by Leonardo Navarro Raleigh 26 Jan, 2015

    «I wonder if the three of us would've been friends in real life. Not as brothers, but as people.»

    My brothers and I wonder that often...

    And quite frankly...

    Probably not...


  • Haley

    ★★★★ Added by Haley

    visually stunning.


  • kiwilanier

    Added by kiwilanier

    My 2nd favorite Wes Anderson movie--it was my favorite until I saw Grand Budapest. Owen Wilson is particularly good in it.


  • mikeyzjames

    ★★★ Added by mikeyzjames

    Never quite clicks. These characters don't feel as richly realized as Anderson's other films, and I'm not sure he takes advantage of his setting as well as he could have. Still, there are a couple really great sequences, particularly the fight in the train.


  • Casey Buchanan

    ★★★★½ Added by Casey Buchanan

    What is there to say about Wes Anderson that hasn't been said already. Great performances, excellent set pieces, and hilarious dialogue. This is one of his more overlooked films, but I'd rank it in the top three


  • Jeremymanguy

    ★★★★★ Added by Jeremymanguy

    Wes Anderson's underrated gem. His most mature and toned down film which is probably why people seem to find it boring. This is Wes at his best balancing humor and sadness with supreme skill. The 3 leads are fantastic with Wilson in particular giving his best performance yet. How they play off each other and the lines they have is really what makes this so special. It's what i love about Anderson's work(The character dynamics) at the forefront rather than over the top sets(Budapest). It has some minor flaws but i think it's a film that deserves more love.


  • egglegs

    ★★★½ Added by egglegs

    if u like sad white guys on a train this movie is for you


  • Liz F

    ★★★★★ Added by Liz F



  • Wes Ball

    ★★½ Added by Wes Ball

    It's okay, Wes Anderson. I still love you and your films.


  • Jason Darby

    ★★★ Added by Jason Darby

    If Wes Anderson has a film that doesn't quite fire on all cylinders, aside from his feature debut Bottle Rocket, it's probably this film. The Darjeeling Limited is some kind of strange hybrid between Anderson's usual style (albeit with the offbeatness toned down from The Life Aquatic) mixed with Bengali film culture (specifically the films of Satyajit Ray, whom this film is dedicated to) with a dash of late period Renoir and Truffaut tossed into the cinematic blender with the…


  • teamzizzou

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by teamzizzou 23 Jan, 2015

    Stay at the Grand Budapest Hotel?, me I'd much rather get on this train.


  • wonderlanding

    ★★★★★ Added by wonderlanding

    It's a film that almost shouldn't work, and doesn't in a lot of ways, but it does. At least for me. It begins as a satire - a parody of the spiritual journey film but soon becomes exactly that. However, it avoids excessive tropes thanks to Wes Anderson's witty touch and three powerful performances by the lead actors.

    It's less whimsical than Anderson's other works - but makes up for it in heart. It's colourful, thoughtful, and bursting with bitter-sweetness.