All of Wes Anderson’s films have strong color schemes, and numerous of them definitely lean heavily into the colors of fall. However if any among his films could be determined as essentially one big love letter to the colors of falls, it’s his terrific stop-motion traditional “Fantastic Mr. Fox.” The entire movie is awash in orange, whether it’s the fur on the animals, the leaves on the trees, or the sky that appears to be at continuous sunset.
As for the story, it is based upon a Roald Dahl book, revolving around the thieving fox the film is called for (played by George Clooney) and how his deeds ultimately concern adversely affect his family and friends. Anderson brings many of his common partners along to voice the cast of characters, consisting of Expense Murray, Jason Schwartzman, and Owen Wilson, even playing a character (Stan Weasel) himself. His eccentric filmmaking style proved a natural suitable for this type of film, and the later– and also excellent–“Isle of Dogs” only further hammered that home.