We spend a bulk number of hours of our lives looking at films, and pictures. Many times we are disappointed with the dynamicity of these visuals, and at other times they create a certain fondness for elements seen in the image. In my opinion, a good film is one where you can dissect each and every single shot, and end up with a gorgeous sequence of standalone photographs.
The master at creating such beautiful imagery, even once dissected, is Wes Anderson. At some point, you might have come across one of his films. Having seen one, I assure you this director’s style is so distinguished you will automatically realize the spirit of his films even if you did not know it was his directorial work.
Today we take a look at Wes Anderson’s, three most must see pictures:
The Royal Tenenbaums:
The film revolves around the story of a family with three grown prodigies; all with a creative genius of some kind, and they reunite with their mother at the family home. Their father, Royal had left them long ago, and had lived in a hotel for quite a while , the father eventually comes back to make things right with his family. The story is depicted ina gorgeous creative setting, and stars the amazing Gwyneth Paltrow, Bill Murray, Owen Willson, and Ben Stiller.
Fantastic Mr. Fox:
This animated picture revolves around Mr. Fox and his wild-ways of hen heckling, turkey taking and cider sipping, nocturnal, instinctive adventures. He has to put his wild days behind him and do what fathers do best: attain some sense of responsibility, and conformity. However, the protagonist is too rebellious. He is going to try “just one more raid” on the three nastiest, meanest farmers that are Boggis, Bunce and Bean. The story depicts friendship, family, and adventures. The animated feature is voiced by George Clooney, Meryl Strep, and Bill Murray.
The Grand Budapest Hotel:
The story of the Grand Budapest Hotel depicts the adventures of Gustave, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel. The story happens between the first and the Second World War. Throughout the film you are greeted with Zero Mustafa, the lobby boy who becomes Gustave’s most trusted friend. The film revolves around the theft and recovery of a priceless Renaissance painting and the battle for an enormous family fortune. The film has a beautiful score, which is as compelling to the ears as it is to the eyes.