19 thoughts on “Wes Anderson’s X-Men

    1. Beanonsan

      No I barely stand his work. Their obnoxious, twee and hip for the sake of being hip. In 20 years time his stuff will appear embarrassingly dated.

      1. munkifisht

        Hip for being hip? Farcical comment. He has developed a style that you don’t like that’s fine, but it is undeniably him. You can recognise a Wes Anderson film in much the same way as you can recognise a beatles song, or an Andy Warhol piece. Hip for being hip? What a plank statement.

    2. ZeligIsJaded

      No, Beanonsan is not fond of him either.

      Think’s he’s hip for the sake of being hip!

    3. Mikeyfex

      No, I think ZeligIsJaded knows of someone who doesn’t like him either. Something about being hip for the sake of it.

    4. Bobby

      He can be hit and miss. I love Grand Budapest Hotel, but dislike a lot of his other stuff.

      This, however, is brilliant.

  1. Kieran NYC

    I think you have to be in the right mood. Otherwise it could come across as wildly self-indulgent.

    That said, I watched Life Aquatic (with wine) last night. Enjoyed it!

  2. Tom Stewart

    Other films reimagined as having been directed by Wes Anderson is an idea that has been done. And done to death (there are loads of them on Youtube).

    This was probably the only one that didn’t make me smile at least once. Not a lot of CGI in Wes Anderson films. Or parodies of him.

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