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* ''Film/TheFrenchDispatch'' (2020)

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* ''Film/TheFrenchDispatch'' (2020)(2021)


* ''Film/TheDarjeelingLimited'' (2007) [[note]]Released theatrically with a 13-minute short film, ''Hotel Chevalier'' featuring Jason Schwartzman and Creator/NataliePortman's characters from ''The Darjeeling Limited''.[[/note]]

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* ''Film/TheDarjeelingLimited'' (2007) [[note]]Released theatrically with a 13-minute short film, (2007)
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''Hotel Chevalier'' featuring Jason Schwartzman and Creator/NataliePortman's (2007) - short prequel film with characters from ''The Darjeeling Limited''.[[/note]]Limited'' that was featured before the film during its theatrical run



* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXLO2dFfwLE Come Together]]'' (2016) - A Christmas commercial short film for the brand H&M, starring Creator/AdrienBrody.[[index]]

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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXLO2dFfwLE Come Together]]'' (2016) - A Christmas commercial short film for the brand H&M, starring Creator/AdrienBrody.[[index]]


* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXLO2dFfwLE Come Together]]'' (2016) - A Christmas commercial short film for the brand H&M, starring Creator/AdrienBrody.
* [[index]]''WesternAnimation/IsleOfDogs'' (2018) - his second stop-motion animation film after ''Fantastic Mr. Fox''

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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXLO2dFfwLE Come Together]]'' (2016) - A Christmas commercial short film for the brand H&M, starring Creator/AdrienBrody.
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* [[index]]''WesternAnimation/IsleOfDogs'' ''WesternAnimation/IsleOfDogs'' (2018) - his second stop-motion animation film after ''Fantastic Mr. Fox''


* ''Film/TheGrandBudapestHotel'' (2014)

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* ''Film/TheGrandBudapestHotel'' (2014)(2014)[[/index]]



* ''WesternAnimation/IsleOfDogs'' (2018) - his second stop-motion animation film after ''Fantastic Mr. Fox''

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* ''WesternAnimation/IsleOfDogs'' [[index]]''WesternAnimation/IsleOfDogs'' (2018) - his second stop-motion animation film after ''Fantastic Mr. Fox''


He specializes in weird and quirky comedies loaded up on [[DysfunctionJunction dysfunctional characters]] and {{dysfunctional famil|y}}ies that typically deal with themes of ParentalAbandonment. He often has the same actors in his movies and uses the same techniques, including highlighting ornate background details, using wide-angle anamorphic lenses, and ending on a slow-motion shot.

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He specializes in weird and quirky comedies loaded up on [[DysfunctionJunction dysfunctional characters]] and {{dysfunctional famil|y}}ies that typically deal with themes of ParentalAbandonment. He often has the same actors in his movies and uses the same techniques, including highlighting ornate background details, details and symmetrical settings, using wide-angle anamorphic lenses, and ending on a slow-motion shot.



You can now vote for your favourite Wes Anderson flick [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/crowner.php/Sandbox/BestFilmWesAnderson HERE!]]
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You can now vote for your favourite Wes Anderson flick [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/crowner.php/Sandbox/BestFilmWesAnderson HERE!]]

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Wesley Wales "Wes" Anderson (born May 1, 1969) is an American director who specializes in weird and quirky comedies loaded up on [[DysfunctionJunction dysfunctional characters]] and [[DysfunctionalFamily Dysfunctional Families]] that typically deal with themes of ParentalAbandonment. He often has the same actors in his movies and uses the same techniques, including highlighting ornate background details, using wide-angle anamorphic lenses, and ending on a slow-motion shot.

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Wesley Wales "Wes" Anderson (born May 1, 1969) is an American director who director.

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** ''WesternAnimation/FantasticMrFox'' and ''Film/TheGrandBudapestHotel'' are closer to BlackAndGreyMorality due to having flawed but endearing heroes and clearcut villains.

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** ''WesternAnimation/FantasticMrFox'' and ''Film/TheGrandBudapestHotel'' are closer to BlackAndGreyMorality BlackAndGrayMorality due to having flawed but endearing heroes and clearcut villains.


Creator/MartinScorsese apparently [[http://www.esquire.com/features/wes-anderson-0300 really likes]] Wes Anderson's work. Scorsese even believes him to be "the next Martin Scorsese". His first seven films are part of Creator/TheCriterionCollection.

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Creator/MartinScorsese apparently [[http://www.esquire.com/features/wes-anderson-0300 really likes]] Wes Anderson's work. Scorsese even believes him to be "the next Martin Scorsese". His first seven eight films are part of Creator/TheCriterionCollection.


* ''The French Dispatch'' (2020)

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* ''The French Dispatch'' ''Film/TheFrenchDispatch'' (2020)


* ''The French Dispatch'' (TBA)

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* ''The French Dispatch'' (TBA)(2020)


Wesley Wales "Wes" Anderson (born May 1, 1969) is a director who specializes in weird and quirky comedies loaded up on [[DysfunctionJunction dysfunctional characters]] and [[DysfunctionalFamily Dysfunctional Families]] that typically deal with themes of ParentalAbandonment. He often has the same actors in his movies and uses the same techniques, including highlighting ornate background details, using wide-angle anamorphic lenses, and ending on a slow-motion shot.

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Wesley Wales "Wes" Anderson (born May 1, 1969) is a an American director who specializes in weird and quirky comedies loaded up on [[DysfunctionJunction dysfunctional characters]] and [[DysfunctionalFamily Dysfunctional Families]] that typically deal with themes of ParentalAbandonment. He often has the same actors in his movies and uses the same techniques, including highlighting ornate background details, using wide-angle anamorphic lenses, and ending on a slow-motion shot.



!!Tropes associated with Wes Anderson's work include:

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!!Tropes associated with Wes Anderson's work include:
!!Wes Anderson and his works provide examples of:


* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDinoNRC49c Come Together]]'' (2016) - A Christmas commercial short film for the brand H&M, starring Creator/AdrienBrody.

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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDinoNRC49c com/watch?v=aXLO2dFfwLE Come Together]]'' (2016) - A Christmas commercial short film for the brand H&M, starring Creator/AdrienBrody.

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* TheComicallySerious: One of Anderson's trademarks is putting characters in very absurd, whimsical, or cartoonish surroundings and setting and having them deliver very silly lines in a completely serious and unflinching tone.

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