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The Darjeeling Limited Reviews

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Josh Radde
Film School Rejects

Wilson shines as the oldest brother of three in perhaps his best performance to date.

Full Review Source: Film School Rejects | Original Score: B

March 12, 2014
Christopher Borrelli
Toledo Blade

It's very much what I think Anderson intended - a light travelogue of small consequence, with a slight, though sincere and concerned effort to bring a heart back into his films.

Full Review Source: Toledo Blade | Original Score: 3/5

March 12, 2014
Alastair McKay
Uncut Magazine [UK]

The screenplay does have ambitions to say something about brotherhood and spirituality, but Anderson's sense of style is so strong that sincerity and emotion struggle to be heard.

Full Review Source: Uncut Magazine [UK] | Original Score: 4/10

March 12, 2014
Sukhdev Sandhu
Daily Telegraph

What of the characters? Well, there aren't any, really.

Full Review Source: Daily Telegraph

March 12, 2014
David Ansen
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Wes Anderson transports his arch, pristine, melancholic sensibility to India, where three estranged brothers meet after their father's death and hop a train in a quixotic attempt to heal their spiritual wounds.

Full Review Source: Newsweek

March 12, 2014
Michael Adams

Anderson's gentle parody of westerners who lob into an ancient culture expecting to pick up enlightenment and peace as easily as a shoe shine or over-the-counter painkillers is very funny.

Full Review Source: | Original Score: 3.5/5

March 12, 2014
Shawn Levy

By now, you know exactly what to expect, which is both good and bad. To my mind, Anderson reached the acme of this formula in the first go, in Tenenbaums, and has now replicated it twice, evoking smaller pleasures each time.

Full Review Source: Oregonian | Original Score: B

March 12, 2014
Andrew Collins
Radio Times

This is a handsome, intriguing and subtly funny character study that almost leads to enlightenment.

Full Review Source: Radio Times | Original Score: 4/5

March 12, 2014
Corey Hall
Metro Times (Detroit, MI)

Here Anderson, like his heroes, learns the real adventure is in getting deliriously lost.

Full Review Source: Metro Times (Detroit, MI) | Original Score: B+

March 12, 2014
Leah Rozen
People Magazine

Wilson, Brody and Schwartzman are each fine, but if you found yourself stuck in a train compartment with their characters, you'd vamoose.

Full Review Source: People Magazine | Original Score: 1.5/4

March 12, 2014
Katherine Monk

Though it never arrives at the desired destination, The Darjeeling Limited offers a rewarding journey -- but one that's hard to recommend without a few disclaimers.

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March 12, 2014
Barry Hertz
National Post

While many people make films like Anderson, Anderson makes films like no one else.

Full Review Source: National Post | Original Score: 4/4

March 12, 2014
Andy Beta
Paste Magazine

Falling back on such clichés, the emotional catharsis of the Whitman brothers nevertheless remains hard-fought.

Full Review Source: Paste Magazine

March 12, 2014
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
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The film as a whole operates in Mr. Anderson's patented, semi-precious zone of antic and droll. It's not as if the filmmaker has gone off the rails. He's just not solidly on them.

Full Review Source: Wall Street Journal

March 12, 2014
Nick Pinkerton
Stop Smiling

Being faintly disappointed by a new Wes Anderson film -- films whose primary form of emotional address, after all, is faint disappointment -- remains one of the few consistent pleasures of American moviegoing.

Full Review Source: Stop Smiling

March 5, 2014
Ali Gray

As ambiguous and frustrating as it can often be, The Darjeeling Limited is a film of great art and passion; vibrant, charming and poignant, it's a ride you won't want to get off, no matter where it takes you.

Full Review Source: | Original Score: 4/5

November 3, 2012
Ryan Gilbey
Sight and Sound

Anderson is evidently encumbered by his own cargo. Louis Vuitton it may be, but the overriding sensation here suggests the endless revolutions of a baggage carousel.

Full Review Source: Sight and Sound

June 18, 2012
Kelly Vance
East Bay Express

Wes Anderson manages to make the exotic Indian countryside seem like a suburb of Houston.

Full Review Source: East Bay Express

April 28, 2011
Nick Rogers

Arguably Wes Anderson's most compassionate, mature film, "Darjeeling" dances around disconcerting what-ifs: If they weren't your brothers and sisters, would you voluntarily befriend them, or do you tolerate quirks and annoyances because blood links you?

Full Review Source: | Original Score: 4/4

September 25, 2010
Mike Scott

Like Anderson's other work, this is light comedy (albeit comedy that flirts with an appealing ridiculousness) that carries with it a satisfying intelligence.

Full Review Source: Times-Picayune | Original Score: 3/4

October 9, 2009
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