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Lady Bird

Actor Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut is an original coming-of-age tale full of insight and honesty.

Brimming with spirit and snappy dialogue, Lady Bird is the feature-film debut of actor, screenwriter and now director Greta Gerwig.

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En lille ugentlig liste over det, jeg glæder mig til. Stort som småt. Natur & kultur. Fordi, det er vigtigt med noget at glæde sig til. 405 more words


Isle of Dogs (2018)

Directed by Wes Anderson

If you’ve seen Wes Anderson’s other movies, then you know what to expect with Isle of Dogs.  It’s somewhere between a comedy and a drama, complete with dog puns as well as casual mentions of horrific violence.  1,686 more words

Isle of Dogs

Wes Anderson’s return to stop-motion animation is every bit as quirky and whimsical as the rest of his oeuvre, but its tale of displaced pets on a remote Japanese island is inventive, funny and hugely entertaining.

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Lady Bird is Sacramento

When I first saw trailers and posters for Greta Gerwig’s film Lady Bird, I wasn’t very interested in it. It seemed boring and I didn’t think I would like it. 769 more words


Movie Review: Isle of Dogs (2018)

In the mangy dog
Beats the heart of a lover
Truly man’s best friend

— Howard Elias, 2018

Writer-director Wes Anderson (THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL; MOONRISE KINGDOM; THE DARJEELING LIMITED) is known for his quirky films so when it was announced that his latest project would be another venture into stop-motion animation, it came as no surprise to anyone who is familiar with his work. 957 more words


Review: Isle of Dogs

Even the biggest Wes Anderson defender must admit that he’s not for everyone. His style might be unique, but he achieves it by narrowly focusing on bourgeois nostalgia and filling his movie with quirky geniuses, overly-designed tableaus, and 60s pop rarities. 574 more words