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Fantastic last shot.
"Take dead aim on the rich boys. Get them in the crosshairs and take them down. Just remember, they can buy anything but they can't buy backbone. Don't let them forget it."
What are your thought on Wes Anderson?
I've only seen this once but remember really liking it. I don't remember the last shot though so I'll have to rewatch this soon.
Wes Anderson rules. I loved Fantastic Mr. Fox.
@grooveman, do you generally like Wes Anderson?
Uh, sorry, just saw you'd answered. What is your favorite of his?
I do! Liked all his films. Still haven't seen The Darjeeling Limited though. I own a copy so I'll check it out soon. Do you like him aaron?
Yeah, quite a bit. My favorite is actually probably The Darjeeling Limited but I can't quite decide between that and Bottle Rocket, both are awesome. I know most people hated Darjeeling but just worked absolutely for me.
Tenebaums and Fantastic Mr. Fox are my faves but they're all good.
Yeah, they are. Are you excited for his newest coming soon, Moonrise Kingdom? It looks pretty good but I'm not really as excited as I should be.
I love Wes Anderson. All his work is five out of five for me. I can guarantee that Moonrise Kingdom will be rated at five stars when I see it.
I am excited for Moonrise Kingdom.
Rushmore, in my opinion, is Anderson's best film next to The Royal Tenenbaum's. This is definetely his most quotable. Lines like "Who told you that goddamn lie?" and "I was punched in the face. What's your excuse?" get me every time and I find myself using them on a daily basis. I love this film to death and I cannot wait for Moonrise Kingdom.
@SilentJoe, I'm curious, what did you think of the Darjeeling Limited?
Actually, The Darjeeling Limited is the only film by Wes Anderson I have'nt seen. That and Life Aquatic of Steve Zissou. I've seen the short prequel to Darjeeling Limited called Hotel Chevalier. I thought it was a bit mediocre compared to his past works, but it's understandable given that he only had less than 15 minutes to develop the characters and get the audience invested which is difficult to do in such little time.
I love the Darjeeling Limited but I seem to be in the minority there.
Well I'll definitely have to check it out soon then!
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