Wes Anderson's New Movie Looks Like The Most Wes Anderson Shit Ever Made

When it comes to the "look" of a movie, nobody has as unique of a style as Wes Anderson.

Before getting into some of classic "Wes Anderson things" in this trailer, here's a quick summary of what to expect...

The staff of a European publication decides to publish a memorial edition highlighting the three best stories from the last decade: an artist sentenced to life imprisonment, student riots, and a kidnapping resolved by a chef.

(look at the size of this fucking cast...)

Ha! Just absolutely insane, nothing else to say. Wes Anderson just looks at his casting director(s) and goes, "I want 75% of Hollywood in this movie and I want them now."

I didn't love 'Isle of Dogs' from two years ago, but it was still good enough to pass as a really solid movie. The animation was sweet, but the movie didn't have the same charm as 'Fantastic Mr. Fox'. Truth be told, it was a little boring in some spots. This time around? I am pumped for this movie, it looks full of energy and life and seems to be fairly chaotic in the most Wes Anderson way possible.

For those unaware of Wes Anderson's usual movie tropes, or just like to take a look at his style, Honest Trailers' best video (in my opinion) is their one on his movies...

Symmetrical shots!

Overhead shot of objects!

(There will be) shots of type-written letters!

Characters explaining elaborate plans!

Whimsical names!

Old-timey telephones!

Moving vehicles!

Smoking! (Timothee Chalamet was made for Wes Anderson movies)

A Wilson Brother!

Tiny motorcycles!

Profile shots!

Miniatures and models!

Wes Anderson is a treasure, man. Love or hate him, there's no denying he is creative and has a vision and style that should be appreciated on at least some level.

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