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I am not going to defend or justify Wes Anderson’s very specific style. You know what it is and you either take it or leave it. (Raul we have never talked about this but based on one comment I remember, I think you’re in the leave it camp.) With every film, Anderson seems to go deeper into himself and his own vision. I don’t have a problem with this because I share his love of mid-century styling and whimsy, I love a couple of his films and I don’t have a problem with any artist having their own narrowly defined style. The Ramones always sound like the Ramones. Neil Young and Tom Waits don’t sound like anyone else. And there are plenty of genre directors. Wes Anderson just happens to be his own genre. Whether you like his style or not is Read the rest of this entry »

Ok Raul. I’ve watched the first three episodes of Dollhouse. I’m going to wait till I watch the whole season before I write about it in full but I thought I’d give you updates along the way. By the way, I’m glad I waited until the third episode to even look for Read the rest of this entry »