One of the most rattling movies I have ever seen. Bloody, horrifying, violent, dark, full of suffering, and then the very earnest connection that occurs in the wake of that suffering is surprisingly affecting.
Visually stunning, incredibly funny. Maybe Anderson’s funniest. But it lacked a soul for me. The divided narrative structure contributed to that, but even in the vignettes - it seemed afraid to touch emotion beyond the surface (with one brief exception in the third story). But even Anderson’s less than stellar work is still exceptionally fun.