Jun. 26th, 2012

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I once read a review that likened Wes Anderson's sets to dollhouses. This is perhaps the most apt statement I have read about his work. Every little detail is important and it has made me extra vigilant in catching the small details. There is importance in everything in Moonrise Kingdom, down to the binoculars that Suzy constantly gazes through.

This is the kind of film that makes the analyzer in me very excited. While Anderson has disappointed me from time to time, it isn't the horribly depressed disappointment that leads to anger. And while I haven't loved everything he's released, his films are always interesting. I didn't love The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou, but it's an interesting film. Films like The Royal Tennenbaums and Rushmore make me continually return to Anderson. And now I can say that films like Moonrise Kingdom make me return to his work.

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