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If you are a Wes Anderson fan, and would like to see your problems vanish for two hours, then go see this movie.

Change the "if you are a Wes Anderson fan" to "A person with good taste" because I have seriously ignored people who didn't like his previouis movies because I see it as some sort of personal insult. I AM crazy though...so maybe that wasn't such a good idea.
 
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I'd be surprised if most people here weren't Wes Anderson fans. In fact DP always makes me think of the shrink in the last movie who was always cooking up these bizarro disorders, like the syndrome where the kid saw the curved lines as straight, or triangles as hexagons, or something?
 
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Yeah...i never thought of it in that way. I tend to revel in the absurdity of life while most here would be disturbed when faced with it. There are some potentially screwy psychological issues confronted in the film.
 

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I loved The Royal Tenenbaums and Rushmore, though I haven't seen the latter for a while... I remember seeing Rushmore stoned, and really realizing how utterly dark and despairing that picture was at the time; not an experience I would have gathered sober, I don't think. I have a few probs with Tenenbaums, but its strong points are so strong..... it is forgiven for any missteps.

I definitely will be seeing this one sooner or later.
 

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I probably watch each of those movies once a month. Bottle Rocket also hilarious. I gotta go with Rushmore as my favorite. Bill Murray kills me throughout that whole movie. Specifically when he's in his Budweiser swimming trunks with a scotch drink and a cigarette in his mouth and jumps off the diving board. As well as the one when he is all dissheveled in the elevator, dumping airplane bottle whiskey into his Diet Coke can and lighting up another cig before he finishes the first one. The loneliness. Oh, and when he stuffs that little kid shooting a basketball. Priceless.

I would also get offended when people say they disliked Wes Anderson movies. But, if I figure if there are people who would rather be laughing at crap like Dude, Where's My Car? or White Chicks, I don't need them watching my precious films.
 

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I don't know who Wes Anderson is but I was kinda dissapointed with The Royal Tennenbaums. I thought it would be better.
 
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