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The Darjeeling Limited Reviews

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March 17, 2014
Another typically stylish wes Anderson films, that really captures the essence of Indian culture. Like all Anderson films, Darjeeling has a quirky script that's enhanced with talented acting. Although it was not as fun as it intended to be, the Darjeeling Limited is humble, witty, and sure to please Anderson fans.
April 27, 2012
Francis:Where are the savory snacks?
Jack: What?
Francis: [pause] Did you just fuck that Indian girl?
April 9, 2014
I love Wes Anderson, but this story seemed to go nowhere for me.
March 27, 2014
I would watch Adrian Brody's strange face in most anything, and having him in the oddball world of Wes Anderson definitely helped.
December 26, 2012
The use of colours, the well thought close-ups, the selection of details plus a charming story make of it a worth watching movie.
March 19, 2014
A coming of age tale about three brothers...loved it!
Mike N.
March 17, 2014
This movie and the short you watch before it are very enjoyable.
March 12, 2014
It's a film that, handled by anyone else but Wes Anderson, could have been pretty fairly generic. But because it is, it becomes a fun, whimsy, interesting and engaging little adventure.
Cara Heaney
January 18, 2014
This movie is one of the underrated Anderson films. I'd have to say I like Moonrise Kingdom better, but The Darjeeling Limited is not to be ignored. It still upholds the famous Wes Anderson quirkiness and subtle humor. I also like how the soundtrack stuck to an old 60's-70's rock theme with the Kinks and the Rolling Stones. If you understand and love other Anderson films then you will love this one too. If you aren't, then it's probably not for you. Enough of that. The real question at hand is, "What's on fire in that hideous little flower pot?"
February 26, 2014
Wes Anderson embarks us on a journey through India on board of the Darjeeling Limited train with three estranged brothers going to visit their mother in a monastery in Nepal. This is a pure Anderson film with wacky characters and situations. A strong cast having a blast playing with their goofy characters. It's not Anderson's strongest film but it's so different and inventive on so many levels it's dam interesting to watch.
Graham J

Super Reviewer

October 27, 2011
I think this may be the most beautifully photographed of all of Anderson's classics. The backdrop of India is amazing and the score featuring the songs of The Kinks is brilliant.
February 18, 2014
A trip movie. Amazing.
November 25, 2007
A lovely film. Funny, intellegent and whimsical, but I'm completely biased when it comes to Wes Anderson films.
February 11, 2014
Incredibly boring and pompous. This movie was the culmination of the Nu-Hipster movement before Dubstep came in and broke everything up. Needless to say this was a horrible miss for Wes Anderson, who had been treading water with the Fantastic Mr. Fox and this. Not my favorite. Try again.
February 9, 2014
It's always a pleasure watching Owen Wilson on screen; his wit and childish mimicks are too laughable. A simplistic story telling ability of Wes Anderson keeps you engaging, though slow paced most of the times, at the end the story comes out refreshing and likable..
February 6, 2014
A tad overlong and a tad too simple, this is still another excellent, idyllically charged, wholesomely cathartic slice-of-life that only Anderson can provide so fittingly.
January 21, 2014
"The Darjeeling Limited" is very much a Wes Anderson film but even for people that aren't dedicated followers of the filmmaker, there's a lot to be enjoyed here. The plot follows three brothers travelling through India on the "Darjeeling Limited" (hence the name of the movie). The boys have not seen each other their father's funeral but after surviving a severe motorcycle incident, Francis (Owen Wilson) has arranged for Peter (Adrian Brody) and Jack (Jason Schwartzman) to meet him on the train. After his near-death experience, Francis tells his two brothers that he wants the three of them to reconnect and explore the wonders of India while secretly, he wants them to work together in tracking down their mother, who has for all intents and purposes abandoned the family completely. Along the way we get to know these strange characters, witness their weird quirks and follow them on their trek as they become determined to find their mom. Meanwhile, Jack obsessively keeps tabs on his ex-girlfriend's answering machine, Francis' controlling behavior and eccentricities about organization threaten to drive the three men further apart and Peter is still having a hard time letting go of his father's things. There's going to be drama, humor and a bit of reconciliation as the three set aside their differences and learn to become closer... but only to an extent.

Having not seen many of Wes Anderson's films, I can't say if this one follows the same sort of flow, but the loose direction that the story takes was the most enjoyable part of the film. While there is a clear destination for the characters, they're taking their time to get there and along the way get into all sorts of small, but amusing adventures. We're not talking big sequences where the characters end up accidentally stealing a rare artifact or get arrested by the police, we're talking about weird, but believable stuff, like getting robbed while in the market, arguing amongst each other about mundane things that have been lingering on for years or striking up a short romance with some of the people that they meet. Generally, these characters don't get into anything fantastic because they're so odd and quirky on their own that their normal, everyday interactions are more than enough to carry the film. There's also kind of a mystery or "what happened on the day of the funeral" that is told in parts throughout, so that's something that breaks up this story and is fun to piece together. For the audience there are some big laughs but mostly it's the kind of story you sit quietly and enjoy, admiring the gorgeous landscapes and excellent cinematography (I really enjoyed the colour palette, it was memorably beautiful) while not really being able to determine how close to the end of the story you are at any given time. It will leave you with a smile on your face and a light heart, hoping that you might see the characters again, but not demanding a sequel.

It's very light comedy and not one that will necessarily have a big impact from you, but it's the kind of film you can kick back, watch with your family or your friends and thoroughly enjoy. There's a decent amount of re-watch value with the mystery being expanded upon towards the end and as you learn more about the characters and see some of their quirks and where they came from, it will be fun to pick out the clues as to how their relationship became as strained as it is in the beginning of the film if the story really grabs you. I can see some people not loving it, but it's very enjoyable to watch and it's undeniable that the movie looks gorgeous. Might even inspire you to take a vacation and reconnect with some important people in your life. (On Blu-ray, December 28, 2013)
January 14, 2014
Wes Anderson Style
Kinda weird, kinda boring, kinda interesting
January 11, 2014
While its clearly not Anderson's best, The Darjeeling Limited is still stylistically and visually pleasing enough to be considered another success for him.
December 2, 2007
I expected a little more out of the movie. But i think Wes Anderson did an over-all good job. It was lacking in a few places. Owen Wilson does a great job, and in a way makes the movie memorable. Its not the best movie you will see, but its worth the time.
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