This is what my son Jesse deserved thank you Vince
Why do they feel so fake to me, like they're not real people at all? I'm not sure if it's the writing, the performance, or a combination of both. Soundtrack felt repetitive at times and would even stretch uncomfortably over an odd duration of the scenes, like an arc that never goes anywhere.
Also, totally a love story.
Oh my god where do I even begin.
Wes Anderson's already strong style of directing has never been stronger, and it truly shines in this stop motion animated installment.
I can't help but compare Isle of Dogs to Fantastic Mr. Fox in the technical and creative aspects; I'm happy to say that this is a wonderful level-up. The sets, the puppets, the art direction, and the acting were all just incredible. Many scenes took my breath away.
As for the…
The character animation in this was so good and perfect I'm a sobbing mess!!! Captured little details in kitten and dog mannerisms in the best way possible which shone even more with the stylized designs. It added so much depth and originality to a simple, heartfelt story we've seen many times over by now. There really is something special about hand-drawn animation, and I'm so happy Pixar is allowing space for these artists to get creative with the studio's tools and make something different from its standard. This was created with so much love.