2012 | 94 minutes | Rated PG-13
Wes Anderson warmly embraces the slightest of plots—in the 1960s, a precocious pair of adolescent lovers go on the run together, whipping their repressed island community into a frenzy—and plunges over the side of a waterfall with it. Anderson coaxes an all-star cast into strong, mannered supporting performances: Bruce Willis spoofs his own damaged tough-guy shtick; Frances McDormand and Bill Murray play the parents with a poky, amicably antagonistic sizzle; Edward Norton is a sublime pleasure as a good-hearted scoutmaster. It’s probably Anderson's best movie since Rushmore.
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