Maybe it’s Anderson’s fascination with the structure of non-film mediums in his recent work that piques my interest so much, anyways one of his greatest alongside Asteroid City and Henry Sugar.
Was a Wes pessimist before Asteroid City (and honestly, this too) released because I didn’t think he could go in any more interesting directions / he wasn’t capable of doing so, but all his 20’s work has proved me wrong. Since Dispatch he’s had a self awareness to his artifice, allowing it to move beyond novelty, while remaining just as earnest. Mr. Fox is probably his best work of his previous era(s) so maybe Dahl/Anderson is just a perfect match.
I guess I’m finally fully onboard the Wes Anderson train?
Easily and by far Nolan’s greatest work, someone who has never truly impressed me outside of Tenet. A combination of Dunkirk’s cross cutting multi-narrative, Interstellar’s cosmic visual scope, and even the monochrome/color dichotomy of Memento, nothing short of a magnum opus.
Not only did The American Prometheus give nuclear fire for man to immolate themselves, but he also poisoned the pure edenic apple of science. And for that he will be chained to a rock of his own making for eternity.