'Moonrise Kingdom' is mature work with youthful spirit

If you've already put on your finest camp gear and nonprescription black-framed eyeglasses, then you're well aware that Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom — the director's first live-action movie in five years — opens today.

CANNES, France – In Wes Anderson's "Moonrise Kingdom," the famously meticulous director takes his fastidiously fashioned world and flings it into the woods. Even a relatively loose Anderson film is more ornately composed than most dollhouses,

This week on Operation Kino, we've packed some stolen library books, a cat in a basket and a lifetime's supply of blue eyeshadow, as we embark on the child-sized adventure that is Wes Anderson's new film Moonrise Kingdom. From there we go on to discuss

Men in Black III reenlists the talents of Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, of course—Smith with his urban sizzle, Jones with his craggy codger sorrow—and it's good to have them back, togged out in their black suits and

Wes Anderson's new film is sweeter than some of his other films and provokes nostalgia. By Peter Rainer, Film critic / May 25, 2012 The central romance between two 12-year-olds is so awkwardly tender it doesn't wear out its welcome.

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