Maybe I'm becoming a curmudgeon. My least favourite Wes Anderson. Do I resent these clean-cut troubled kids their happy endings? Or the audiences their opportunity to feel self-satisfied for going through it "with them"? (Is that cynical?) Or maybe it's a little too earnest; like he's working out unmet infant-needs on screen (omg I'm a terrible person). It just sort of... grated. Obvs. cute bits, but... overall: meh.
Mais um filme riquinho de Wes Anderson, mas desta feita, como em Rushmore, os adolescentes têm idade de adolescente, e aí seus vícios de mimo e melancolia vêem-se sinceros e apropriados. É uma recordação de infância, hinos corais, luz, chuva, árvores, e um amor eterno. Quem me dera a mim
More autistic whimsy from Anderson's mechanical toy theatre. The all-too-knowing eccentricity grinds along the conveyer belt with irritating regularity: the jerky narrative, the contrived mise-en-scene, the kitsch aesthetic, etc. reducing this already slight, if sweet, tale to a nervy confection. The bastard child of Peanuts and Arthur Ransome? A tad unkind, but this is just froth.
Maybe it isn't one of my favorite movie. But MOONRISE KINGDOM - I think - is one of the finest movie from director Wes Anderson. MOONRISE KINGDOM has a fantastic cast and they succeed to make the characters more interesting. I love its unique storytelling. I think - MOONRISE KINGDOM is one of the movie from director Wes Anderson which has complex and deeper characterization. If you're a fan of Wes Anderson, watch it!
Une subtile et permanente alchimie entre l'omniprésence d'une nature accueillante et luxuriante, complice de toutes les aventures enfantines, et les parfaits contours d'un univers de poupées, codifié dans une extrême stylisation, a priori idéale voire perfectionniste, met en forme et en liesse les loufoques artefacts réactionnels de l'univers émerveillé d'un Wes Anderson décidément inspiré. www.cinefiches.com