Isle of Dogs – 31 May 2019

Isle of Dogs is a delight: funny, touching and full of heartfelt warmth and wit.

With breathtaking visuals and an uncanny eye for canine behaviour, it transposes the kid-friendly charm of The Incredible Journey to the post-apocalyptic landscapes of Mad Max via the Japanese cinema of Yasujiro Ozu, Seijun Suzuki and, most notably, Akira Kurosawa. Full Review …

Mark Kermode, The Guardian

Critic reviews

Isle of Dogs is an unforgettable sequence in Anderson’s heartfelt ode to dogs, loyalty, and the bond of friendship. Full review…
Rajeev Masand, News 18

Wes Anderson’s joyous stop-motion feature looks and sounds like nothing we’ve encountered before. Full review…
Joe Morgenstern, Wall Street Journal

A winningly dippy hodgepooch of lo-fi sci-fi, band-of-outsiders adventure and the most meme-ready canine antics you’ll find outside of YouTube. Full review…
Guy Lodge, Variety

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