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My take on Wes Anderson films

(This observation should’ve been already made, so I take no credit, or admit to no plagiarism.)

Quirkiness in a bubble isn’t quirky. It’s conventional.

 

 

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4 thoughts on “My take on Wes Anderson films Leave a comment

  1. Keep thinking about this. I feel like you could be close to some deep insight about your own contrarianism.

  2. Perhaps. I love Bottle Rocket and Rushmore and like Royal Tennenbaums but everything since then has been a bit too precious. I’m many things, but not precious.

  3. Even the Coen brothers fail about 50% of the time, and they have real talent. Anderson keeps hoping that by throwing paint on the wall, a picture will emerge, but it doesn’t. He is no different than a monkey with a typewriter.

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