• Mark

    ★★ Watched by Mark 26 Jul, 2016

    Watched to see if my opinion changed, I still think it's Wes Andersons only misstep

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  • trevorhollen

    ★★★★ Rewatched by trevorhollen 25 Jul, 2016

    This film grows on me more and more with each viewing. Slowly creeping up to one of my favorite Wes Anderson films...

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  • princessorgana

    ★★★½ Watched by princessorgana 23 Jul, 2016

    Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody y Jason Schwartzman con Wes Anderson.
    Así estaba 💘💞

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  • Gregory

    ★★★ Watched by Gregory 23 Jul, 2016

    Liked it, didn't love it. It's definitely got Wes Anderson's signature style and kept me entertained. But he has made better movies before (and since). I think mostly my gripe is with the limitations of the main characters and the actors portraying them, especially Schwarzmann and Wilson. Probably because they're Anderson staples (muses?) which to me makes them appear confined to his work, a bit monotonous.

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  • aleisha

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by aleisha 22 Jul, 2016 2

    just got back from a 5 day training course to prepare for my year in india so it felt appropriate to rewatch this. apart from grand budapest this is definitely my favourite wes anderson film, the characters are so well written and the cinematography is gorgeous and it's just a really lovely little movie. only 48 days left until I fly to hyderabad and I'm praying the sleeper trains we have to get are even half as nice as the darjeeling limited.

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  • TristanD5

    ★★★★½ Watched by TristanD5 19 Jul, 2016

    Deftly clever dialogue, excellent characters, and surprising drama make for a near perfect film by Anderson. His personal style is somewhat subdued here, but it enhances a truly life-changing story.

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  • ArizonaJim

    ★★★½ Added by ArizonaJim

    A Wes Anderson film...another Wes Anderson film...and, although it seems to be one of his least liked, it’s just like a Wes Anderson film. I hadn’t seen this one before and I’ve seen it out of sequence: it’s not as mannered or stylized or as quirkily exuberant as Moonrise Kingdom, but it is also not as twee as Moonrise Kingdom. Three brothers are on a journey through India. The oldest, Owen Wilson, has organized it and plans it to be…

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  • Ottolumiere

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Ottolumiere 18 Jul, 2016

    Nadie hace películas tristes tan maravillosas como Wes Anderson. Y esta es de sus menores. Ese nivel de grandeza tiene

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  • Mary McAllister

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by Mary McAllister 16 Jul, 2016

    I need to start making more agreements with my friends and family.

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  • Artpig (Brett)

    ★★★½ Watched by Artpig (Brett) 16 Jul, 2016

    75/100 (Quality of an Egg McMuffin)

    Wow. I've seen every Wes Anderson film now. Heck yeah to me. I love Wes Anderson, he's one of my biggest inspirations. For some reason, I never watched this one up to this point. It's for sure his weakest, but, it's still Anderson, so, it's still solid. The cinematography is gorgeous, the shots are inventive. The space and sets they use for India and the train itself is incredible. The performances and chemistry between…

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  • Sara Dannemiller

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by Sara Dannemiller 16 Jul, 2016

    Look at these assholes

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  • Freddy Burgos

    ★★★★½ Watched by Freddy Burgos 25 Jun, 2015

    Is it Good?: Well, it is a Wes Anderson film and one of his best, so yes. The three brothers in this film show a powerful bond, even if their racial differences say so. The film's tone reminded me of a 70's Bollywood film with its cinematography and production design (duh, 'cuz it takes place in India). The soundtrack to this film is pretty top-notch like in most Anderson films mixing in with different genres like Folk Rock and Indian…

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