Wes Anderson Hasn’t Changed With ‘The French Dispatch.’ And That’s Perfectly Fine.

It was on my ‘to watch’ list even before I read this;

< “But the most endearing thing about Wes Anderson is that he’s a hopelessly romantic filmmaker, and these worlds he creates clearly mean a lot to him. His latest film, The French Dispatch, is a love letter certainly—to journalism, to writers, to art in general and filmmaking specifically—and rather than change or adapt in the way some want to see, he gloriously doubles down on his style, making for his most maximalist, hyper-imaginative film yet.”