The underlying humanity of Wes Anderson never came through quite as it did with The Grand Budapest Hotelt.
Wes’ debut feature with his first key collaborators the Wilson brothers, who also co-wrote the script with Anderson features many of the key indicators indicative of the Wes style.
Stop-motion animation is the perfect vessel for Wes Anderson.
The second of Wes Anderson’s animated films, though, with a far more ambitious plot about the dangers of corporate greed, propaganda, and the importance of the press.
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