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Alexandra Sundarsingh over 2 years ago
Everyone in this movie is ambivalently arrested in their teen years & I loved its reality.
Aaron Jones over 2 years ago
Funny and sad at the same time
Natasha Marchev almost 4 years ago
Philomene Tsamados over 4 years ago
Immediately recognisable as a Wes Anderson film, but an uncut, watered-down version
Fernando Olivas almost 5 years ago
Abandonment issues.
Bruno Ferreira Machado almost 6 years ago
What is this I don't even
Denise Kynd over 6 years ago
Griffin Maurer over 6 years ago
It's funny and looks great, but shifts in the tone and its zany plot come off as childish.
Mario Schievenini over 6 years ago
Very original, superb plot. Socially awkward characters. Fine.
Austin 7 years ago
An incredible ensemble cast bring this film to life, it's simply wonderful.
Geo Duana 7 years ago
The most fulfilling thing about death is that you left everything in its place.
Frankie Linus 7 years ago
Diana Riashko over 7 years ago
Good one!
Tait Brown over 7 years ago
Possibly the warmest & likeable I've seen Gwenyth Paltrow and she's practically catatonic.
Lac Riller over 7 years ago
Anderson's style really has to grow on you. Loveable in a quirky, unique way
Lizzie over 7 years ago
The scene with Needle in the Hay? One of the best scenes I've ever watched.
nikita sanjay over 7 years ago
A take on a dysfunctional eccentric family that can be depressing yet holds an odd appeal
emilio murillo almost 8 years ago
Wes Anderson's world at its best.
Payton almost 8 years ago
One of Wes Anderson's best films
Daniel Jones almost 8 years ago
A good mixture of comedy, quirkiness, and beauty. Wes Anderson at his best.
The Royal Tenenbaums is a 2001 American comedy-drama film directed by Wes Anderson and co-written with Owen Wilson. The film stars Gene Hackman and Anjelica Huston, with Danny Glover, Bill Murray, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ben Stiller, Luke Wilson, and Owen Wilson. It follows the lives of three gifted siblings who experience great success in youth, and even greater disappointment and failure after their eccentric father leaves them in their adolescent years. An ironic and absurdist sense of humor pervades the film. Hackman won a Golden Globe for his performance. The screenplay was nominated for an Academy Award. Royal Tenenbaum is explaining to his three children, Chas, Margot, and Richie, that he and his wife, Etheline, are separating. The scene then evolves into a short explanation of how each child experiences great success at a very young age. Chas is a math and business genius, from whom Royal steals money. Margot is adopted, and was awarded a grant for a play that she wrote in the ninth...
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