The director's best film since 1998's Rushmore, it has none of the self-conscious smugness of The Life Aquatic or the empty eccentricity of The Royal Tenenbaums.
"Empty eccentricity of the Royal Tenenbaums." That's weird. Pretty much everyone I know who has an opinion about Wes Anderson at all thinks Tenenbaums is as close to a perfect film as you're likely to see. I find it depressing that someone could even see a film like Tenenbaums in the terms you described. You make me sad.
May 26 - 05:21 PM
I wanna punch you
May 28 - 08:32 PM