Ryan Davis’s review published on Letterboxd:
I relapsed pretty hard into Wes films. Sometimes you need reckless symmetry in your life.
"I can't argue with anything you're saying, but then I don't have to because you're twelve years old,"
That's the entire heart and spirit of this film.
There are some minor quibbles with some design choices and narrative beats but then I didn't make Life Aquatic or Rushmore, so ignore me. The real question to be asking here, is why is Wes Anderson so perfect?