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Moonrise Kingdom (2012)

This is now my least favorite Wes Anderson film, replacing Rushmore. As I am sure you know, it’s about two “troubled” pre-teens who run away from home/camp because they’re so in love. 261 more words

PODCAST: Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom And The Power of First Love

Run Time: 30 Minutes. This week, we look back on Wes Anderson’s powerful film on young love and innocence in his touching and comedic gem, Moonrise Kingdom (2012). 40 more words


That Moment In Moonrise Kingdom (2012): A Conversation On The Rocks

REVIEW: No one will walk into a Wes Anderson film with high expectations of experiencing “reality.” His movies are works of a skewered fantasy, not fantastical, but certainly off center. 1,575 more words

Z: The Films

It is a proven fact that anyone who doesn’t like Wes Anderson is wrong. Specifically Moonrise Kingdom. And like literally all of his other movies. 419 more words


The Sisterhood of Night (2014) **REVIEW**

Throughout history everyone been scared fast as anyone yells “WITCHES” and this film The Sisterhood of Night is the perfect example. A modern day town in U.S turns into a 1600 hundreds Salem. 108 more words


Film Review: Quitters

Quitters is as much about adults acting like children as it is about a child acting like an adult. Through friends and family I’ve found that the best way to be a good parent is to convince your children that you have it all figured out. 529 more words


"The Sisterhood of Night" Review

A high school clique inspires a social media-covered witch hunt in The Sisterhood of Night.

All hell breaks loose in a small New York town after the creation of an underground society of high school girls known as the Sisterhood. 422 more words