|cognitivedissonance - 2017-10-04 |
John Kricfalusi puts on the hair shirt and cilice, flagellates himself and writes 50 blog posts.
|Boomer The Dog - 2017-10-04 |
I'm gonna see it.. About time, we had Fantastic Mr. Fox for Furries, now this for Doggies.
I had a feeling you would like it Boomer
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2017-10-04 |
This looks delightful.
|garcet71283 - 2017-10-04 |
I'm a big fan of the current Tim Burtonesque era of Wes Anderson.
I like this seems to be a cross between Akira and the 800 Blows.
|Adjuvant - 2017-10-04 |
I love Wes Anderson movies and I don't care who knows it.
|That guy - 2017-10-05 |
These particular ^ five stars are for evil.
Goddamnit I hate Wes Anderson.
Aw, you like the doggy movie.
I was bit harsh, I have friends that like his stuff and I don't think less of them. But, I sure think he is shit.
Whenever you’re down on Wed Anderson, remember he’s not Tim Burton, and has adamantly refused to be.
poorwill, have you met practically no people?
Or are you just invoking the "whoever smelt it dealt it" rule of hipsterism because it's obnoxious fun??
i'm pretty sure that's my point you're jacking there. he's detested - by hipsters - for being a hipster. it's ironic (like everything else swirling around this hipster toilet bowl). he gets shit on by a lot of people because he has an easily identifiable formula and recognisable aesthetics ... and pointing out a formula is pretty much all it takes for idiots to fool themselves into thinking they're brilliantly incisive critics.
personally, i think he skirts some (not all) the criticisms he gets (affected, twee, whatever) because unlike a lot of filmmakers that people lump him in with (charlie kaufmann, spike jonze, tim burton etc.) or are similar but people give a pass to for some reason (terry gilliam, stanley kubrick), he is actually capable of giving his movies decent character moments and a bit of actual humanity, even if he's a bit autistic about it. or maybe because he's autistic about it - it takes talent to do that.
I wouldn't say he's untalented, he just saturates his films in a style I really, really don't like. Stanley Kubrick has a distinctive style, sure, but in my hipster opinion -it's extremely tasteful, masterful, and never overshadows the narrative. If Kubrick wasn't killed by the illumanti for faking the moon landing, Anderson wouldn't be worthy enough to clean his folds.
Even though we have different movie tastes (or values, even), I am going to give you the benefit of the doubt that you are not so stupid as to believe that ONLY hipsters don't like Wes Anderson, becuase that is . . . that's insane.
|Quad9Damage - 2017-10-05 |
Paul Thomas Anderson.
Paul W.S. Anderson.
I keep getting my Andersons mixed up.
One of them is a director.
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