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Wes Anderson's "The French Dispatch," now in theaters where its tiniest details can best be seen and appreciated on a giant screen, is a big, fat, loving smooch to print journalism and the gifted eccentrics who practice it. This intricate, indelible, wondrously inventive jewel box of a movie will dazzle Anderson fans. His detractors will get their hate on as usual.

From his early films ("Bottle Rocket," "Rushmore") to later landmarks such as "Moonrise Kingdom" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel," Anderson has been called fussy, ornate and pretentious. And not always unfairly. But this precocious kid from Texas (now 52 and living in Paris) goes his own way and cinema is all the better for it.

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PHOTO: A scene from the movie "The French Dispatch."
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A scene from the movie "The French Dispatch."

"The French Dispatch" is a fictional American magazine set up in the Gallic town of Ennui-sur-Blasé to bring stories of world politics, human interest and arts high and low back home to readers who dote on idiosyncratic, ex-pat journalists who can write 12,000 words on prison cooking and make them magnificent.

It's all meant to reflect Anderson's beloved New Yorker, with richly-detailed design to reflect that publication's mid-century glories. Like a magazine, the film is divided into three main features and assorted sidebars delivered by Anderson's A-list company of all-stars.

Bill Murray tops the list as Arthur Howitzer, Jr., the editor-in-chief who talks tough but lets his writers roll with their creative impulses. "Just try and make it sound like you wrote it that way on purpose," says Murray with the martini-dry wit for which he is justly prized.

No sooner does Owen Wilson, on a bicycle, hilariously introduce us to town and office than Tilda Swinton, as JKL Berensen reports on a jailed painter (Benicio del Toro), who's hopelessly in love with his prison guard muse (Daniel Craig's final Bond girl Lea Seydoux) and heatedly resisting the efforts of a manic agent (Adrien Brody) to sell his art for money.

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PHOTO: A scene from the movie "The French Dispatch."
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A scene from the movie "The French Dispatch."

Source : https://abcnews.go.com/GMA/Culture/french-dispatch-review-exuberant-celebration-printed-word/story?id=80708798

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