Isle of Dogs

The latest film from Wes Anderson is a stop motion animated story set in the future in Japan. All dogs have been banished from the city and forced to live on Trash Island. A young boy goes to the island to try to find his pet and is helped by a pack of dogs. Anderson’s films are quirky, with a very dry sense of humor that is off the wall. This movie is no exception. There are no laugh out loud moments, but the characters are different and funny. Anderson’s films are not for everyone because they are different. If you are a fan, you will enjoy it.

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