Wes Anderson is a... particular sort of filmmaker. With his typewriters and his pipe smoking. With his monochrome sets and props and costumes. With his perfectly symmetrical compositions. The one place where Anderson's tweeness is maybe softened a bit is in his old-school, stop-motion, animal-centric animated films. There was Fantastic Mr. Fox. And now there's Isle of Dogs. Dogs isn't without its own problems, though. The Nose weighs in.
Other possible topics include:
- The Zuckerberg hearings, condensed
- Comedian T.J. Miller Arrested For Making Bomb Threat Against Connecticut-Bound Train
- Connecticut man robbed bank to impress Taylor Swift
- Trump Speaks At Fourth-grade Level, Lowest Of Last 15 U.S. Presidents, New Analysis Finds
- #WhoBitBeyonce: What you need to know
- Cardi B's Money Moves
- Sex wearable is coming to track your performance and judge you
- Aaron Rodgers converts Dalai Lama to Green Bay Packers fan, which is nice
- Janelle Monáe doubles down on feminist self-love with her new music video for "Pynk"
- Mitzi Shore, Owner of The Comedy Store and Maker and Breaker of Careers, Dies at 87
- J.D. McClatchy, Poet of the Body, in Sickness and Health, Dies at 72
- Netflix pulls out of Cannes Film Festival following competition ban
- Martin Scorsese to Direct SCTV Reunion Documentary for Netflix
- HEINZ HAS CREATED A BRAND NEW CONDIMENT FEATURING BOTH KETCHUP AND MAYO (their all caps, not ours -- though we don't necessarily disavow them in this particular instance either)
- You Can Now Get Those Trendy 'Bleeding' Veggie Burgers at White Castle
- How A Quiet Place became a cause célèbre for anti-popcorn crusaders
- Parker Hu - A graphic designer who performs in a bunch of local bands
- Kate Rushin - A poet who teaches writing and literature for Hartford Youth Scholars
- Bill Yousman - Director of the Media Literacy and Digital Culture Graduate Program at Sacred Heart University
Colin McEnroe and Chion Wolf contributed to this show.