Warp’s review published on Letterboxd:
Actually I haven’t got anything particularly bad to say about it except that it isn’t for me at all.
It’s hard to say what I don’t like about it. It’s mostly Anderson’s style that feels too hipster and corny for me. Stop-motion isn’t my style (even if they put a lot of work in it like here), so only the story can basically save it for me, like Mary and Max did. Here it’s just boring with not a single interesting scene that stood out for me. Some things that I liked were a few characters and the color palette. Might try Moonrise Kingdom to give Anderson another shot.
But again, it’s not a bad movie.