Isle of Dogs — A fine balance of stylistic endeavour & contemporary political relevance

Written and directed by: Wes Anderson

Story by: Wes Anderson, Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman, Kunichi Nomura

Cast: Bryan Cranston, Ed Norton, Bill Murray, Jeff Goldblum, Scarlett Johansson

Following a four-year hiatus, Wes Anderson succeeds his last entry, The Grand Budapest Hotel, with an equally, if not more ambitious, piece of work. Entirely comprised of animated stop-motion figures resembling puppets — the same method used with Fantastic Mr. Fox — Isle of Dogs functions as a trademark of its auteur whilst carrying the equal sophistication and identification as a modern-day socio-political parable. Continue reading “Isle of Dogs — A fine balance of stylistic endeavour & contemporary political relevance”

American Vandal Review: Outrageous Humor, Alluring Story

I’ll be honest; I am beginning to lose faith in Netflix originals.

Netflix has produced amazing content that has been renown throughout the world. Series like Stranger Things, Riverdale, Orange is the New Black, and 13 Reasons Why have contributed to Netflix’s mass popularity and continued success. Continue reading “American Vandal Review: Outrageous Humor, Alluring Story”