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Isle of Dogs Marks Wes Anderson’s Territory

Movie review: Isle of Dogs There’s the heavy sigh of melancholy that defines Anderson’s whole oeuvre in this second stop-motion piece of animation, but as it howls at the loss of childhood innocence, it also recreates a little chunk of magic by hand.

Kubo and the Two Strings plucks an emotional symphony

Movie review: Kubo and the Two Strings Son of Nike co-founder fuses bits of Greek myth with Japanese folklore to create an original kids' movie that understands the surreal angst of childhood

Metaphysics on a small scale

Movie review: Anomalisa Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson create an existential nightmare that lets the viewer play god while the human comedy looks smaller, and more magical, than ever