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“Moonrise Kingdom” Trailer

I suppose it’s never too early to start getting excited for next year. In my case, with my feelings of malaise and relative fatigue from this relatively underwhelming 2011 season, I honestly can’t wait to get on with it. Right now, I’m trying to be patient with these final months before I can get to my Top 25 Most Anticipated List. Granted it won’t be released until two months into the new year, but let’s be real. Not much of value is going to be coming out before March that will be missed from said list.

One film that will definitely make its way into my schedule is Wes Anderson’s latest quirky, operatic tale, “Moonrise Kingdom” It’s a simple story of puppy love that drives a small town into pure insanity. The film’s cast includes a few of the writer/director’s regulars, including Bill Murray and Jason Schwartzman, as well as some exciting newcomers like Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton and Frances McDormand.

I’m not gonna lie. Wes Anderson is a great filmmaker, though I do not hold him up to the same auteuristic pedestal that so many of his devoted fans do. I believe that “The Royal Tenenbaums” is a near comedic masterpiece and “Fantastic Mr. Fox” is one of the most inventive and entertaining animated films of the last decade. The rest of his work, I can take or leave. This project, on the other hand, has me strangely intrigued. Perhaps its the notion of Anderson taking on the theme of adolescent romance as a primary topic. Seems like a match made in heaven.

I could also listen to Bill Murray say that final line of the trailer, over and over.

Without further adieu, here’s the new trailer:

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