‘The French Dispatch’ Is Wes Anderson’s Eloquent Love Letter To Literary Eccentricism

I have no qualms about joining the crowd of moderately pretentious film buffs who recommend Wes Anderson as one of their favorites. His famed portfolio of pastel flushed, symmetrical, and painstakingly detailed visual feasts are as thematically warm and nostalgic as they are gloomy and lonely, making him a movie maestro. His middlebrow, colorfully weird,… Continue reading ‘The French Dispatch’ Is Wes Anderson’s Eloquent Love Letter To Literary Eccentricism