Leaves me wanting a bit more from it, but honestly though it’s chocked full of priceless ideas and brilliant bits and features multiple of the greatest shots of all time. It’s like I say, pandering to the audience isn’t when all three Spider-Men are on screen. Pandering to the audience is when Peter Falk sits down and has a conversation with Kermit the Frog.
I think Wes Anderson’s movies are sort of like creative booster shots for me. I feel the itch to watch one every time I’m feeling burned out or in a rut. What these movies do is open the entire world up for play. Wes finds joy and excitement in everything. History, painting, illustration, photography, fashion, poetry, literature, animation, the culinary arts, basically any kind of art- and art isn’t limited to what you see in a museum or some book-…