Analysis Of The Movie ' The Great Gatsby ' By F. Scott Fitzgerald

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Wesley Wales Anderson was born on May 1, 1969 in Houston Texas. His mother was an archaeologist and his father a salesman. His parents divorced when he was eight years old. Through his younger years of school Wes misbehaved often and always seemed to be in trouble. When he was a teenager, he shot a movie with his two brothers. This was the first of many movies that Wes Anderson would create. Anderson’s movies range from handmade stop motion movies about foxes too actions movies about a hotel in the middle of budapest. Anderson 's movies have been accepted around the world and have grossed altogether around 448 million dollars.
The first movie I watched was Fantastic Mr. Fox. This movie follows the story of Mr. Fox, a fox who is struggling to be happy while working his job as a newspaper writer. He finally decides to go return to his favorite past time, stealing chickens from farmers. Mr. Fox messes with three of the meanest farmers in the area and it costs him. The farmers attack his home and force Mr. Fox and his family to dig into the ground in search of safety. The farmers trap Mr. Fox and all the local animals in the ground with the goal of starving and killing them. In the end Mr. Fox outsmarts the farmers and escapes.
This film was a formalist style of film. It was very easy to identify as such. The whole film was handmade stop motion. This gave the film a very unique edited style that was unlike most movies. Also many of the screens are sped up. It makes the…

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