Which of these Wes Anderson Movies Are You?
Other than Wes Anderson, who is your favorite director?
- Orson Welles
- François Truffaut
- Alfred Hitchcock
- Federico Fellini
- Ingmar Bergman
What would your ideal adventure be?
- I would run away with my love, the only person who understands me.
- It would involve intrigue, mystery, romance, and, ideally, skiing.
- I've always been drawn to the ocean, but anything with loyal friends sounds perfect.
- I think it would be more fun to write a play or make a movie about an adventure.
- I'd love to go to my favorite city and rediscover all that it has to offer.
What would you say is your biggest flaw?
- Sometimes, I get so wrapped up in my hobbies that I neglect people I care about.
- I am too caught up in my past achievements.
- I can put all my energy toward negativity and don't notice the beauty around me.
- I can be pretty selfish and egotistical.
- I spend more time feeling sorry for myself than fixing my problems.
What are you like when you have a crush on someone?
- Flirt with them, and take the risk and ask them out.
- I pursue them relentlessly.
- I usually think up an elaborate scheme to get closer to them.
- I don't do anything and hope they notice me.
- I write them letters, send them gifts, and write poetry about them.
If your life were a film, what genre would it be?
- A high school comedy, sort of like John Hughes' movies.
- A family drama.
- A mystery or heist film, but it would also have elements of deadpan humor, coming-of-age, and romance.
- A grand adventure with a large ensemble (AKA my friends and enemies).
- A somewhat tragic yet beautiful and whimsical romance film.
If you had to fight for something, what would it be for?
- The place I care about most.
- My reputation.
- My family.
- My love.
- Whatever is rightfully mine.
What do you like to do in your free time?
- I love to be in nature.
- I like to read and spend time with my loved ones.
- I have tons of different hobbies! Cultivating my different passions brings me joy.
What is your greatest ambition?
- I want to be the greatest at what I do and be renowned the world over.
- To be with someone who understands me.
- I'm trying to figure out who I am and how to go after what I truly want.
- I want to belong—to a person, group, or place.
- Just to live life to the fullest and fight for what I care about.
If you could be any age, what age would that be?
- I'd be a young adult so I'd finally have some freedom.
- I'd be a child because I could be full of potential.
- I'd love to go back to college and devote all of my time to studying what interests me.
- I'd love to be in my 30s, with an exciting career, solid friendships, and a stable relationship.
- Not many people know this, but you have the most fun in your 70s and 80s.
What's your favorite novel?
- Moby Dick
- Franny and Zooey
- Murder on the Orient Express
- Looking for Alaska
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Wes Anderson Movies
Wes Anderson is famous for his quirky film style. He's known for collaborating with many of the same artists, such as Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman, Bill Murray, and Adrien Brody. Anderson is very open about his influences. From French filmmakers François Truffaut and Jean-Luc Goddard to writer JD Salinger, Anderson was inspired by many of the greats.
Wes Anderson's first feature film, Bottle Rocket, was released in 1996 and featured the talents of Luke Wilson and Owen Wilson. Although it did not do well at the box office, Bottle Rocket gained Anderson the attention of director Martin Scorcese, which set him up for future success. As he continued to release films, he developed a distinct style of comedy, characterized by deadpan delivery and quick, witty dialogue, as well as a "quirky" visual style.
His first major success was The Royal Tenenbaums. After another success with The Darjeeling Limited, Wes Anderson ventured into stop-motion animation with The Fantastic Mr. Fox. His next film, Moonrise Kingdom, solidified his reputation and earned him Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations. Moonrise Kingdom was followed by his biggest commercial success, The Grand Budapest Hotel starring Ralph Fiennes in 2014, and another foray into stop motion, The Isle of Dogs. Anderson's fans eagerly await his next film, The French Connection, which is set to be released in 2o21.