When I reviewed Fantastic Mr. Fox a few years back, I (at the time) considered myself in the camp of those who don’t care for director Wes Anderson’s brand of filmmaking. With Fantastic Mr. Fox Anderson clearly turned a corner, marrying his high-brow focus with a bit of child’s play, to create something at once youthful and fun, while still insightful and witty on an adult level. Moonrise Kingdom, I can proudly report, takes this new trend in the filmmaker’s evolving style a step further, and has only expanded my growing respect of the Anderson’s skill as both a writer and a director.
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