Per me il migliore di Anderson
A lot of people I have watched this with hated it. They found it boring and strange. Honestly, my only advice is to not take the film too seriously. Sit back, relax, and allow yourself to laugh. If you try to overanalyze everything, you will be left holding a bag of plot holes.
I pulled from the film the things I liked, and ignored the parts that were questionable. Cute take on the young love story.
Con Wes Anderson si rischia di essere ripetitivi, ma sforna l ennesimo film assolutamente delizioso.Farcito di meravigliose citazioni(da Darabont a Cameron,passando per Tarantino e Jackson),la storia si snoda su una tenerissima storia d'amore in un disincantato mondo fanciullesco,a cui si contrappone un piatto ed improbabile mondo adulto.Scene grandiose e personaggi magici ,giostrati da una regia impeccabile).5*
ahh young love, too young at that, but cute.
Good movie kinda reworking "400 Blows" as a fairy tale.
The child inside Wes is still alive and well.
Outstanding. As simple as that. Both cinematography, directing, acting and storytelling are outstanding and deeply beautiful here.
This film just makes me happy.
Where is my Sam Shakusky?
Funny. Brilliant. Sweet. Micheavous.
Reminded me very much of "The Royal Tenenbaums". I liked it, it was touching and beautiful.
As much as I love Wes Anderson's movies, his style never seems to evolve. On one hand he's consistent but you're never surprised. I liked Moonrise Kingdom but it left me wanting more by the end.
Oh look, it's so yellow and pretty and... shallow, it's a snoozefest!
Too precious for me. Visually, just one more Anderson stunner. I'll concede there is some grit in there somewhere, but it's all too contrived for me. Good child acting though, can't lie.
It's somehow too well-designed, everything is put at its place and that's what makes it missing something which is flaws that would make it beautiful.
2 things that I actually really love, Francoise Hardy and the beetle earrings from the hooks.
I keep waiting for Anderson to collapse under the weight of his own whimsy. This one is a forced march of stiffened quirk. It *is* very, very pretty, at least. In the handful of moments when the actors are allowed to behave like human beings it almost works.
True to form and with some great young actors. The formula is the same, so if what you're looking for is a standard Wes Anderson movie (that is better than the Darjeeling crap), this is perfect.
Feels like a 2D puppet show. Aesthetically-concerned with zero depth to its characters. The sexualization of Anderson's preteen lead completely ejects me from any attachment to the storyline.
Best film of 2012. And probably the best film Wes Anderson has ever made.
Genious about the self-righteous feeling of childhood love (and the compulsive need for order and system in boy scout society!) in fact, words dont stretch far enough to describe this movie.. It has its own atmosphere. Five stars!
That eccentric afternoon scene in the beach made my day.
Today my daughter watched her first grown-ups film (at least together with me). She had plenty of questions and was often rather munching chips than paying attention to the dialogues.
Is this really what all the buzz is about? I feel like I wasted my time. The main kids are unbearable.
I didn't know what to expect....but I expected more.
A simple love story which is will always be remembered.
"Moonrise Kingdom" aspira la nostalgia, la comedia excéntrica, rozando con el humor negro, pero a la vez infantil, el imborrable. Es además, la mejor historia contada por Wes Anderson, su mejor película. http://bit.ly/SV8JAn
After Rushmore, Anderson's work has been increasingly self-conscious, until his loose adaptation of "Fantastic Mr. Fox," which seemed to take his own "ego"
out of his films. The first live-action movie in ten years where he seems to actually be enjoying himself. As my mom said, "it's like a story book." I tend to agree. A unique use of cinema; realism is far in the rear-view and it's refreshing.