Tag: Wes Anderson

The most common criticism of Wes Anderson’s movies goes something like: “yada yada style over substance yada.” When the style is as whimsical and sumptuous as his, that’s hardly a criticism. He has created a film aesthetic all his own. There isn’t a single frame in any of his work that could be mistaken for another movie. In a reference-heavy medium prone to misusing this word, his style is truly unique.