Andrew | A.J.’s review published on Letterboxd:
Just the best. Exciting, funny, unique, earnest in almost every way imaginable. Wes Anderson’s most stripped-down and straightforward narrative ever. Until 2014, this was his absolute best, and there’s a reason why: Fantastic Mr. Fox is *so* rewatchable, a wealth of greatness. From the superb voice acting to the Tristan Oliver cinematography, which is some of the most distinct for an animated film ever, to the Alexandre Desplat score that gets your ears just as easily as the visuals get your eyes. This is a beautiful piece of work from everyone involved, and such a fantastic, wonderful film. Anderson’s film is about the beauty of difference, of distinct charms, of personalities. Fantastic Mr. Fox is one of the greats.