Flexed my bicoastal elitism by seeing this in 70mm before the wide release and of course i loved it. Alana Haim global movie star, everybody get out of the way!!!
I'm not particularly a Wes fan, more of a casual "oh that was nice" reaction to his films, but this really impressed me. Everything else aside: every single visual here is absolutely insane. Although still within his signature quirky style, this felt almost impossibly full of tiny details and dazzling shots, a technical feat that on its own merit is beyond impressive. I know we're used to these types of shots and attention to detail from Anderson, but remove that…