Comments on: BEFORE BOTTLE ROCKET, BOTTLE ROCKET. http://secretforts.com/2013/02/28/before-bottle-rocket-bottle-rocket/ A COLLECTION OF GOOD THINGS Tue, 13 Jan 2015 05:33:16 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.2.1 By: Rick http://secretforts.com/2013/02/28/before-bottle-rocket-bottle-rocket/#comment-5131 Rick Fri, 01 Mar 2013 20:01:25 +0000 http://secretforts.com/?p=12499#comment-5131 I'm right there with you with Darjeeling leading, although I always considered Hotel Chevalier attached to it since I saw them together. Then I'd say Moonrise and Fantastic Mr. Fox. I think Fox is stands out because it straddles a line between his regular tone and pioneering new ground. Then Rushmore, Bottle Rocket, Life Aquatic, and the Tenenbaums all depend on my mood at the moment. I'm excited about the cast of The Grand Budapest as well. It's a good mix of old and new. Plus it's great to have another Anderson film right around the corner. I’m right there with you with Darjeeling leading, although I always considered Hotel Chevalier attached to it since I saw them together. Then I’d say Moonrise and Fantastic Mr. Fox. I think Fox is stands out because it straddles a line between his regular tone and pioneering new ground. Then Rushmore, Bottle Rocket, Life Aquatic, and the Tenenbaums all depend on my mood at the moment.

I’m excited about the cast of The Grand Budapest as well. It’s a good mix of old and new. Plus it’s great to have another Anderson film right around the corner.

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By: mrforts http://secretforts.com/2013/02/28/before-bottle-rocket-bottle-rocket/#comment-5130 mrforts Fri, 01 Mar 2013 19:44:58 +0000 http://secretforts.com/?p=12499#comment-5130 Rick, that's a tough one. I've got this very personal, emotional connection to "Darjeeling" so that'd be up there. As would Chevalier, Rushmore, Bottle Rocket, Tenenbaums and Moonrise (as well as his pretty great AmEx spot.) Somewhere below that broad middle swath of classics falls Fantastic Fox with Life Aquatic closely behind it. I do love them respectively for their own strengths (and even their weaknesses). Too difficult to place in any rational descending order. Already looking very much forward to The Grand Budapest Hotel. Great cast. As always. Rick, that’s a tough one.
I’ve got this very personal, emotional connection to “Darjeeling” so that’d be up there.
As would Chevalier, Rushmore, Bottle Rocket, Tenenbaums and Moonrise (as well as his pretty great AmEx spot.)
Somewhere below that broad middle swath of classics falls Fantastic Fox with Life Aquatic closely behind it.
I do love them respectively for their own strengths (and even their weaknesses). Too difficult to place in any rational descending order.
Already looking very much forward to The Grand Budapest Hotel. Great cast. As always.

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By: Rick http://secretforts.com/2013/02/28/before-bottle-rocket-bottle-rocket/#comment-5086 Rick Thu, 28 Feb 2013 17:39:52 +0000 http://secretforts.com/?p=12499#comment-5086 I finally completed my Anderson collection this Christmas with Bottle Rocket. It's great to see how a lot of themes carry over to his other films. I have to ask...If you had to rank them how would they stack up? I finally completed my Anderson collection this Christmas with Bottle Rocket. It’s great to see how a lot of themes carry over to his other films.

I have to ask…If you had to rank them how would they stack up?

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