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One of the best movies in the last 30 years
great comedy almost classic
Another Hit to add to Wes Anderson’s collection. I’m In love with his neo noir style that goes along with almost every one of his films.
Although it has one of the best Anderson ensemble casts you can't talk about this film without mentioning Gene Hackaman's, dare I say, perfect performance. He is fantastic as the father of the Tenenbaum family and tries to mend relationships late in his life. A family drama that portrayed these sometimes weird people as a normal emotionally struggling family. Everyone gets their moment so to speak, and gets some form of conclusion or closure on their issues at the time the movie is placed. A must watch in general.
Tied for my favourite movie of all time. Completely incomparable and so full of charm and whimsy, but also a deep melancholy that will resonate with all. Loveable cast and beautiful direction by Wes Anderson.
My favorite movie ever and Wes Anderson's best. It's perfection.
Wes Anderson gives a sloppy but overall satisfying I guess comedy? Drama? I'm trying to figure that part out. But like all Wes Anderson's films the spaced out characters make a dent in the movie.
This is one of the weirdest movies of all time. You need to be able to understand very dry humor to find it funny. Wes Andersen is a genius and I loved it.
I didn't know Wes Anderson made that sensitive of movies. It was great.
Not my favourite Anderson movie but still enjoyable