The French Dispatch REVIEW: A disjointed, humourless Wes Anderson film
30th October 2021

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While the production design is predictably striking, Anderson’s disjointed 10th film doesn’t have the humour or the emotional heft of his other movies The Grand Budapest Hotel and Moonrise Kingdom.

Bill Murray plays the magazine’s editor, Jeffrey Wright is a restaurant critic who gets caught in a kidnap plot, Frances McDormand and Timothee Chalamet are manning the barricades of a student revolution, and Benicio del Toro is a murderous artist.

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