Stop Motion'un en iyi örneklerinden birisi, o kadar keyif aldım ki anlatamam. Çocukken üç boyutlu çizgi kitaplar olurdu, onları okuyor gibi hissettim. Müzikler muhteşem. Filmin çizimleri, grafikleri o kadar iyi ki durdurup durdurup küçük ayrıntıları incelemek zorunda kaldım.
i saw this the same day i saw spike jonze's "where the wild things are", in november of 2009, at the theater in my town. i sometimes have trouble seeing what a great deal of others seem to see in wes anderson's movies, and burl ives' lovely song "buckeye jim" is misused in the film, but i'm very fond of this and i've seen it many times. i haven't watched "where the wild things are" since i saw it that day in november
Wes's style is his biggest strength and his biggest weakness. When it fits with the narrative it can make remarkable work. The whimsy and quirk of the script and cast of idiosyncratic animals matches well with his conspicuous and off-kilter approach to photography. The score is one of my favorites, and it's message about finding a constructive way to be yourself instead of suppressing your urges is highly commendable
Anderson's animation doesn't lose its identity at all. The funny thing is where the shots given a dramatic version of the animation, different but I'm sure if there is a live action will be different. Animated zoom and editing can be applied even to the Hollywood used Anderson does. Finally I found Animations created in a pretty different in Hollywood