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Film Review - Isle of Dogs


It’s hard to believe it’s been four years since the last release from writer/director Wes Anderson, but the extended time between productions has returned the helmer to the world of stop-motion animation. Anderson has been here before, with 2009’s exquisite “Fantastic Mr. Fox,” but he’s not content to churn out a precise duplicate, going deeper into culture and oddity with “Isle of Dogs,” a highly bizarre achievement that showcases Anderson’s visual interests and methodical design work, darkened some by a semi-grim subject matter and fondness for pregnant pauses. “Isle of Dogs” seems directly made for true Anderson-Heads, but those in the mood for something completely different that offers extraordinary creativity and a sly sense of humor, this is a complex and deeply impressive moviemaking achievement. Read the rest at 


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