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2012-05-23 12:35:58 PM
The Master Of Deadpan Humor himself(sorry,Steven Wright)!

I'm really looking forward to this.
 
2012-05-23 01:51:21 PM
Me too. Wes Anderson films have the best soundtrack albums ever, as well as being good movies.
 
2012-05-23 02:21:06 PM

MorrisBird: Me too. Wes Anderson films have the best soundtrack albums ever, as well as being good movies.


i'm guessing ray davies can sign the papers on his new boat now.
 
2012-05-23 02:31:28 PM
I cannot wait.
 
2012-05-23 03:03:35 PM
If any non-action film director's work deserves at least exploring 3D, it would have to be Wes Anderson. His staging and depth beg for the immersion that could be achieved.

I love everything he has done.
 
2012-05-23 03:11:24 PM
hasnt anyone shot wes anderson yet?
 
2012-05-23 03:21:59 PM

moothemagiccow: hasnt anyone shot wes anderson yet?


Sadly, no. Some of his movies are ok, others are just sophisticated versions of Napoleon Dynamite.
 
2012-05-23 03:37:33 PM
I can see the reviews already. "Quirky"
 
2012-05-23 03:41:10 PM
I live in the town where this was filmed last summer (Newport, RI). When they were filming Bill Murray would occasionally swing by a cool local Mexican restaurant/bar and pour margaritas. That man is awesomesauce.
 
2012-05-23 03:59:17 PM
Does anyone else think that Wes is trying to reproduce the feel of Harold and Maude in every movie he's ever done? I used to think that Wes was a really talented and original director, then I saw Harold and Maude.
 
2012-05-23 04:09:53 PM
Rushmore right? I liked that one
 
2012-05-23 04:39:47 PM

Crewmannumber6: Rushmore right? I liked that one


Movie was rocket fuel on film. Worth it if nothing but for the scene with Bill Murray and the bike.

I also greatly enjoyed Mr. Fox. Not for everyone, but very enjoyable.
 
2012-05-23 05:01:37 PM
Looks great. Like the rest of Anderson's films.
 
2012-05-23 05:17:02 PM

mitchcumpstein: Does anyone else think that Wes is trying to reproduce the feel of Harold and Maude in every movie he's ever done? I used to think that Wes was a really talented and original director, then I saw Harold and Maude.


He's a one-trick pony, but I like the trick he does.
 
2012-05-23 05:35:50 PM
Win yup I said it, win.
 
2012-05-23 06:23:45 PM
Cool.
 
2012-05-23 06:31:14 PM
Tarantino lite.
But...I'm in.
 
2012-05-23 06:42:36 PM
"Oh, hello" and I lost it right there. I love Bill Murray more than I love most of my best friends and will definitely pay money to see this movie.
 
2012-05-23 06:48:34 PM
WANT!!!!
 
2012-05-23 07:37:13 PM
Well, I'll definitely be seeing this. That cast with that director, pretty much a must see.
 
2012-05-23 07:41:19 PM

vudukungfu: Tarantino lite.


Really?.... Really?
 
2012-05-23 07:54:48 PM
He just keeps making the same movie.

Rushmore was excellent...but his self-indulgent hipster-humor style gets old, sorry.

Look it's kids that act like adults, and adults that act like kids, and humor so dry it puts any desert to shame.
 
2012-05-23 08:10:47 PM

vudukungfu: Tarantino lite.
But...I'm in.


Uhhh...What?
 
2012-05-23 08:13:45 PM
Loved every single one of his movies. Will watch this.
 
2012-05-23 08:23:14 PM
At least he's got THAT going for him.
 
2012-05-23 09:12:53 PM
Was i the only one to think that there was some really awful audio editing in the beginning of that? I mean I get bill murray is a bit dead pan, but the first couple of "cuts" after "oh, hello" were just... awful.
 
2012-05-23 09:21:02 PM

vudukungfu: Tarantino lite.
But...I'm in.


huh?
 
2012-05-23 10:17:29 PM

vudukungfu: Tarantino lite.
But...I'm in.


How dare you.
 
2012-05-23 10:32:11 PM

Tyrone Slothrop: He's a one-trick pony, but I like the trick he does.


Can't wait for this one too.
 
2012-05-24 01:58:43 AM
Yes, I am looking forward to it.
 
2012-05-24 09:20:07 AM

MuckSP: I live in the town where this was filmed last summer (Newport, RI). When they were filming Bill Murray would occasionally swing by a cool local Mexican restaurant/bar and pour margaritas. That man is awesomesauce.


I don't believe you.
 
2012-05-24 11:24:20 AM

Marshall Willenholly: MuckSP: I live in the town where this was filmed last summer (Newport, RI). When they were filming Bill Murray would occasionally swing by a cool local Mexican restaurant/bar and pour margaritas. That man is awesomesauce.

I don't believe you.


"Nobody will believe you"

This time they will Bill, there's a photo: Link
 
2012-05-24 07:41:57 PM

eltejon: If any non-action film director's work deserves at least exploring 3D, it would have to be Wes Anderson. His staging and depth beg for the immersion that could be achieved.

I love everything he has done.


Funny, I would say exactly the opposite. The brilliance of the design of these films is the lack of depth. They are created to exploit a theatrical perspective. The camera is the true proscenium and the sets are layed out in a deliberately linear fashion to keep things simple and the space between and relationships easily understood.

The genius is placing Theater restrictions in a medium where they are unnecessary.

Love the low ceilings and odd lense choices in this one.
 
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