Written by Alexander Reams "The idea of Wes Anderson and the horror genre is not one that would seem to marry well, however in his final Dahl short, “The Rat Catcher,” Anderson slowly paints a picture of grotesque imagery through..."… Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "Cumberbatch is wonderfully curt as the frightened Pope and quickly flips the switch from fearful to anger when his pride is challenged. The grassland production design is a new environment for Anderson to put his stamp..."… Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "A starkly different film from previous Dahl adaptations, “The Swan” is a dark comedy with a twisted sense of humor delivered by a deadpan Rupert Friend in his second collaboration with..."… Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams "The text that Dahl crafted is treated as scripture by Anderson and his performers, with Ralph Fiennes’ performance as Dahl providing most of the narration and dialogue from the book, performed directly into..."… Continue reading.
Written by Michael Clawson "Wes Anderson’s latest has lofty themes: death, grief, desire, and the unfathomability of the cosmos, to name only a few. It also feels like an Andersonian episode of Looney Tunes, with the red-rock desert scenery of..."… Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao "The Nicecore movement of aggressively optimistic and empathetic films and television shows has been pervasive even though people do not quite have a clear definition of what fits into this ever-popular genre. It seems weird to … Continue reading.