It’s easy to get drawn into Wes Anderson’s gorgeous, flawlessly symmetrical world. Each element and every frame in his films is meticulously considered and immensely pleasurable, from the memorable, poignant soundtracks to the charmingly quirky costuming.
Below are some of the aesthetic films of Wes Anderson.
1. The Grand Budapest Hotel
Between the wars, M. Gustave, a legendary concierge at a prestigious European hotel. Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy has become his most trusted companion. The robbery and recovery of a valuable Renaissance picture, as well as a battle for a large family fortune, are all set against the backdrop of a continent that is rapidly changing.
2. The Darjeeling Limited
Three brothers, each suffering from despair, meet on a train trip through India organized by Francis, the eldest, a year after their father’s death by accident. The brothers fight, bicker, sulk, and despise each other. The youngest, Jack, is drawn to one of the train’s attendants despite being split from his girlfriend. Peter abandons his pregnant wife and purchases a deadly snake. After a few days, Francis reveals their unexpected and unsettling destination. Can the brothers work out their differences in a strange environment? The reconciliation includes a burial, a meditation, a hilltop rite, and the Bengal Lancer.
3. Moonrise Kingdom
The central events take place in the United Kingdom in the 1960s. There are two underage individuals in love in this kingdom, which is located on a small island off the coast of New England. And so, one day, these two loves dove away from adult supervision. They are enthralled by the sight of the full moon.
4. Fantastic Mr. Fox
Mr. Fox has a reputation for thieving. Then, when he discovers Walter Boggis, Nathan Bunce, and Franklin Bean, the three nastiest, toughest, and meanest farmers in the area, he decides to raid them. But things go horribly wrong when they discover that Mr. Fox has taken all of their belongings, and it’s up to Mr. Fox to save his family from the three farmers’ attempts to kill him.
Max Fischer is a tenacious student at Rushmore Academy, where he is in charge of anything involving the word “extra-curricular.” He befriends Ms. Cross, a preschool teacher with whom he eventually falls in love. Only for things to spiral out of control when his mentor, an unhappy millionaire named Herman Blume, falls for her as well. As a result, their personal and professional lives are becoming increasingly chaotic.