Review: Wes Anderson’s “Isle of Dogs” is beautifully realized slapstick

Wes Anderson‘s Isle of Dogs is soaked in the beauty of Japanese culture but is also very much a work ingrained in "Andersonville," a world that the talented writer-director has created over these last few years with masterworks such as "The Royal Tenenbaums," "Moonrise Kingdom" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel." However, the Anderson that will always be closest to my heart is the one that created 2009's stop-motion treat "The Fantastic Mr. Fox," which had his OCD-driven visual palette fitting almost too perfectly to his inner auteur voice.

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