Göze hoş gelen doğa manzaralarıyla ve renkleriyle, tam da Wes Anderson'a özgü diyebileceğim masalsı bir aşk hikayesi. Otoriteden, baskıdan ve emirlerden sıkılan gençlerin özgürlüklerini belli bir çizgide arayışlarına şahit oluyoruz bu filmde.. Güzel bir filmdi.. Yalnızca odaklandığı konu, gençlerin aşkları yerine, daha çeşitli olaylarla ve mesajlarla harmanlanabilirdi. Tam da Wes Anderson sevenlere özgü bir film...
there is nothing except symmetry in this movie. Plus there are many bad actings . Outside of united states there are many directors who create really good atmoshpere ,story with low budget and non professional actors . He has many opportunities and result seems like ottoman miniature paintings ,there is no dimension. Camera has a language like actors , it is not only for right left scroll .
As a foreigner, I say this as a compliment. There's an american feel in this film that makes it special, specific, and special. There's that sense of conquering a place, of being a pioneer, of being self-reliant. And there's even the persecution (in these case, grown-ups) of the law, to make the quest more romantic and meaningful. My words cannot say it any other way, this is not my culture. But it did move me, too.
Alas, I am the minority. Life Aquatic is my favorite, while Moonrise Kingdom is my least. It is very much Wes Anderson head to toe, but something felt off. I can't put my finger on it. I don't want to get insulting, it was still okay. Just expected more.
As usual, the meticulousness of Mr. Anderson is the main attraction. The story rings true, I could be that boy. The humour is dry, but that's why I like it. Somehow still it falls short. You remember it, but I'm hesitant to say I'd watch it again. It does it's job of distracting me a bit from the now.