David Espinosa’s review published on Letterboxd:
You know? This is one of my favorite movies of all time, and no matter how many times I watch it, it never gets old. Each time I keep discovering new details and new meanings, it's a perfectly made, written, and crafted movie.
It's something that goes beyond a kid's movie, it's also an existential reflection on life and the self. It's about understanding your true nature and embracing it, comprehending that there's nothing wrong with being (hand gestures) different. But is not just being you despite others, is finding the best version of yourself, the one that is there for other people and is authentic. It's also a movie about family and confronting your phobias, because even the bravest have them, but they are part of us.
Fantastic Mr. Fox is a perfect film for me, the music is on point, it means so much on an emotional level. The animation is full of heart, and detail; it's funny, clever, and philosophical. I'm getting a tattoo of the wolf as soon as this is over.