Wes Anderson left and came out of Wes Anderson. The last of the only director, The French mission, released this week on VOD and contains all the signs of everything we expected from one of his films: meticulous production plan, saturated color palettes and Adrian Brody. The French mission may also include most of his cast to date, such as Tilda Swinton, Timothee Chalamet, Owen Wilson and Bill Murray, and the film’s stories are all we expect from an Anderson audience.
While Anderson’s work often evokes the aesthetic of what it might be like to live in a storybook, it was recently released. Clifford The Big Red Dog takes a favorite children’s fairy tale book and brings it to life at CGI, so that the world’s largest dog can coexist with his beloved man, Emily Elizabeth (Darby Camp) and her uncle Casey (Jack Whitehall).
And if you could not catch it on Netflix, The Mitchells Vs. The Machines is now available for rent. The animated film features the voices of Abbi Jacobsen, Maya Rudolph and Olivia Colman among many others, with Jacobsen starring in Katie Mitchell, an aspiring director whose family decides to take her to college instead of throwing her away on her own. During their road trip, an internationally renowned tech guru named Mark Bowman (Eric Andre) unveiled his latest invention, a series of artificial intelligence robots designed to be useful but end up threatening the human race. The robots turn against humans thanks to a disgruntled, outdated robot named PAL (Colman), which encourages them to capture all humans on Earth and launch them into space. Of course, it is up to Katie and her family to stop them.
These are just a few of the titles that are available to watch on Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, YouTube and your cable service this week. See which movies are available for purchase or rental on demand now!
by Wes Anderson The French mission (with official title The French Dispatch of the Liberty, Kansas Evening Sun., in relation to the newspaper in the center of the film) are three stories in one film, each based on an article that has appeared in the newspaper of the same name. When the publisher of the newspaper Arthur Howitzer Jr. (Bill Murray) dies, his last wish is to print a final issue with three of the old newspaper articles. These articles come to life through three vignettes in which their authors (all loosely based on New Yorker old writers) and themes in a classic, whimsical, obsessively detailed Anderson style.
Where to stream The French mission
Clifford The Big Red Dog is a clever and cute family movie. If you – like me – are always worried about how your favorite characters will fare when they receive the “live action movie” treatment, rest assured that Clifford agrees more with the recent Paddington adaptations, which are witty and fascinating, and less like the unbearable (IMHO) disaster known as Tom & Jerry. Emily Elizabeth (Darby Camp) is the young girl in a snobbish school, struggling to find her place. When Casey’s uncle (Jack Whitehall) comes to stay with her, the two are followed home by a strange red puppy who eventually grows into a terribly large dog and, although wreaking havoc throughout the city, must also escape. from her fingernails a creepy science / technology guy played by Tony Hale, who wants to use Clifford’s DNA to figure out how to make other things, Well, BIG. Parents do not have to worry about having an evening party, even though Clifford can feel formula, it is also charming and fun for everyone.
Where to stream Clifford The Big Red Dog
Clifford the big red dog
The French mission
Ron has gone wrong
The Mitchells Vs. The Machines
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Silverback: The Trent Williams Story
The girl in the cabin 13
The Miss OTB scandal
Love Is Love Is Love
House of Remembrance
Hacker: Do not trust anyone
The Legend of the Five
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