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New Isle Of Dogs Clip Released

The next film to come from filmmaker Wes Anderson is the stop-motion animated feature Isle of Dogs. The film follows two dogs who dispute over the contents of a bag they find. But the film promises to have heart, raising some very relevant everyday concerns. “Isle of Dogs tells the story of Atari Kobayashi, 12-year-old ward to […]

Wes Anderson Returning To Stop-Motion For Next Film

In 2009 director Wes Anderson released stop-motion animation The Fantastic Mr. Fox. This adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic was his first feature length animation, although Anderson‘s previous work The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004) had elements of animation. More recently, animation techniques were deployed in The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014). We’ve learned that Anderson will […]

Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel

My father and I often disagree about the rewatching films.  I maintain that watching a film is a reciprocal process.  Simply put, when you watch a film – especially a great film – not only is much brought to you by the film, much is also brought to the film by us.  So much is […]

Friday Flix Fix

It’s Friday! Yes! Finally, time to sit back and unwind and enjoy two whole days of doing exactly what you want instead of worrying about exact schedules and deadlines. Except, sometimes it can be hard to decide exactly what to do/watch/catch up on. Do you stay in with something new on Netflix or DVD/Bluray? Do […]