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Berlinale 2018: Wes Anderson's 'Isle of Dogs' is Stop-Motion Excellence

Isle of Dogs Review

Dogs rule! There’s really nothing else like a Wes Anderson-directed stop-motion animated film. That is especially true for Isle of Dogs, the latest one-of-a-kind stop-motion animated creation from the mind of this master filmmaker. Isle of Dogs is a very Japanese film, set entirely in a retro-future Japan where dogs have been outlawed by cat-loving government villains. It’s endlessly imaginative, unlike anything I’ve ever seen before, with incredible detail in every single frame. So much so, that it’s almost hard to keep up with all of it – I want to pause and study each frame/set/scene before continuing. The film is amusing and funky, sometimes a bit clunky, with plenty of Anderson’s typical quirky humor and wacky characters galore. It’s so funky that some may not connect, but there’s an undeniable charm that definitely won me over by the end. ›››

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