By Jim Slotek

Rating: A

When you witness Wes Anderson letting his quirk flag fly in stop-motion animated films like Fantastic Mr. Fox and the current, crazily imaginative faux Japanese fable Isle of Dogs, one wonders why he bothers with actual humans.

I’m a fan of Anderson’s work from Rushmore and The Royal Tenenbaums onward, but his attention to detail and grand visions seem to mesh so much more seamlessly in a fabricated universe…See Original-Cin’s full review