It isn’t often enough that I encounter a good apologia for a Wes Anderson film, especially his underrated finest, The Royal Tenenbaums. They say about some of history’s greatest films that they were shot down when first released. When Tenenbaums finally ascends to the status of “not-just-cult-classic,” this guy and I will be there administering just punishments to all those who put it down when it came out. His point regarding style as a narrative device is right on. There are also some great images on the site.