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El Reino de la Salida de la Luna

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Wes Anderson

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El reino de la salida de la luna es una película dirigida por Wes Anderson, dos veces nominado para el Academy Award® (The Royal Tenenbaums, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Rushmore). Ambientada en una isla de la costa de Nueva Inglaterra en el verano de 1965, cuenta la historia de un chico y una chica de 12 años que se enamoran, hacen un pacto secreto y escapan a zonas vírgenes. Cuando las autoridades intentan buscarlos, se forma una violenta tormenta en la costa – y la comunidad de la pacífica isla se verá trastornada completamente. Bruce Willis interpreta al capitán Sharp, el sheriff local. Edward Norton es el líder scout Ward, Bill Murray y Frances McDormand interpretan a los padres de la jovencita, el Sr. y la Sra Bishop. El elenco incluye también a Tilda Swinton, Jason Schwartzman y Bob Balaban; Jared Gilman y Kara Hayward interpretan a Sam y Suzy, el chico y la chica.

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93%
  • Reviews Counted: 239
  • Fresh: 222
  • Rotten: 17
  • Average Rating: 8.2/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Fresh: Though undeniably smart and charming, "Moonrise Kingdom" loves itself the way the callow Holden Caulfield loves himself: unconditionally. Salinger understood the problem with that. Anderson may not. – Rafer Guzman, Newsday, 8 jun, 2012

Fresh: The film is frequently funny, always elegant (or mock-elegant), and something that would make Humbert Humbert laugh all the way to his asylum. – David Thomson, The New Republic, 17 jun, 2013

Fresh: Anderson never loses his core themes - young love, the need to escape, the bind and bluster of family. His "Kingdom" may not be large, but it is perfectly appointed. – Tom Long, Detroit News, 15 jun, 2012

Fresh: Moonrise Kingdom makes a winning appeal to the precious joys of the pre-teen imagination circa 1965. – Nick James, Sight and Sound, 29 ago, 2017

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Moonrise!!!!!

this is a beautiful master piece with quirky humor and the sweet tale of young love. This is a wonderful independent movie and certainly worth a buy.

Lush and Captivating.

Wes Anderson has done it again. He has created a Masterpiece.

Perfect Cast. Perfect Story. Perfect Movie.

Fin.

ONE OF THE SINGLE BEST FILMS I'VE SEEN ALL YEAR!

"Moonrise Kingdom" is a film that exudes joy and life. It transports you to a place and time of simpler means, introducing you to a cast of characters so quirky and unique in their appearances and behaviors, they'll stick with you long after the credits have stopped rolling. With a story so charming, a collection of music so nostalgic, and a fully realized setting so immaculately constructed, it's rare to find a movie as captivating and as beautifully poignant as this. And yet, Wes Anderson (a director known for his idiosyncratic visual style and astonishing attention to detail) has risen above and beyond expectations to create what may just be his best work since "The Royal Tenenbaums". Suffice it to say, I adore this film.

Set on an island off the coast of New England in the summer of 1965, "Moonrise Kingdom" follows the story of two 12-year-olds named Sam (Jared Gilman) and Suzy (Kara Hayward) who fall in love, make a secret pact, and run away into the wilderness together. As various authorities try to hunt them down, a violent storm is brewing off-shore - and the peaceful island community is turned upside down in more ways than anyone can handle.

Above anything else, the acting in this movie is what truly stands out. Newcomers Gilman and Hayward bring a sense of complete authenticity and remarkable depth to their roles that's rarely ever seen these days. Their dialogue feels refreshingly unscripted, and the extended pauses of silence they share make their chemistry even more genuine and poignant. They're the heart and soul of the film, and you easily want to root for them every step of the way. The adult actors in the cast deliver wonderful performances as well. Bruce Willis and Edward Norton play against-type as the local sheriff and a Khaki Scout troop leader, respectively. It's simply hysterical to see these two well-known action stars acting as unashamedly awkward as they possibly can. Bill Murray and Frances McDormand also turn in enjoyably memorable performances as Suzy's overprotective parents, as do Jason Schwartzman, Tilda Swinton, and Bob Balaban as the movie's quirky narrator. At the end of the day, the acting is absolutely brilliant. There's just no other way to put it.

Calling "Moonrise Kingdom" a work of art would be an understatement. This, my friends, is a true masterpiece in every sense of the word. From the quaint New England set pieces to the carefully framed camera shots to the deadpan humor spoken by every character, Wes Anderson has created a dazzling gem of a film, a picture that captivates its viewers with each scene and takes them on a whirlwind journey through a whimsical land that feels utterly nostalgic. I know I may sound overenthusiastic about this movie, but I honestly can't find any other words to express my true admiration for it. As a lover of cinema, this is by far one of the most enthralling films I've ever experienced, and I truly can't recommend it enough. If you haven't seen this extraordinarily original comedy-drama yet, give it a chance. I promise you won't regret it!

El Reino de la Salida de la Luna
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  • Género: Comedia
  • Publicado: 2012

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