For some reason it’s taken me quite a long time to finally see this one. While I of course enjoyed the Wes Anderson-ness of this film (and absolutely loved the opening scene to get a glimpse of how Anderson would film a car chase), I wasn’t a huge fan of the overall story. I don’t see any objective problems with it, and I can see how some people could absolutely love it, it just didn’t click for me personally I guess.
One of my favourite things about movies is their ability to transport me into someone else’s shoes. I’m not a very inquisitive and talkative person with strangers or even friends, particularly on a personal level. I’m not one for deep conversations about personal feelings, I don’t know if it’s because it makes me feel uncomfortable or if it’s because something in me feels it’s rude to ask personal questions. Put those personal feelings into a character on screen however, someone…