The Life Aquatic with Steve ZissouThe movie follows internationally famous oceanographer Steve Zissou and his crew, Team Zissou, as they set sail on an expedition in order to seek revenge on a mythical shark for causing the death of his partner.Keywords:
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Directors of "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou"Wes AndersonBirthdate: 1 May 1969, Houston, Texas, USA
Creators of "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou"Wes AndersonBirthdate: 1 May 1969, Houston, Texas, USANoah BaumbachBirthdate: 3 September 1969, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou"Wall Street JournalMarch 17, 2014
Like the jaguar shark, The Life Aquatic is hard to get a hook into.TIME MagazineMarch 17, 2014
If you go with it, you'll love the film.The New RepublicMarch 17, 2014
The Life Aquatic drifts along at a lazy pace, the occasional encounter with pirates notwithstanding.Chicago ReaderMarch 17, 2014
Noah Baumbach collaborated on the arch script, whose bittersweet weirdness leaves a residue even as the narrative disintegrates.Associated PressMarch 17, 2014
Like the film's fake fish, The Life Aquatic is endlessly fascinating to watch but, if you look closer, there's not much there.Time OutJune 24, 2006
The director magically conjures emotional dividends in the film's invigorating last moments, which wordlessly celebrate an underrated and truly Andersonian virtue: solidarity.PopMattersJune 27, 2014
While one may expect a little more consistency from a film with such acclaim, consistency is hardly the order of the day when one is making iconoclastic and unconventional movies like Anderson does.People MagazineMarch 17, 2014
Aquatic seems willfully eccentric without ever letting the rest of us in on the joke.Spokesman-Review (Washington)March 17, 2014
Much of what happens feels rough, as if Anderson never completed his shooting script... But individual moments... just might keep you entertained throughout the film's near-two-hour running timeOrlando WeeklyMarch 17, 2014
Anderson needs to diversify his bag of tricks A.S.A.P. -- unless he wants to exhaust his audiences' good will by cycling them through the same dreary spirals of ennui as he does his characters.Radio TimesMarch 17, 2014
For some, Anderson's world is too hermetically sealed and downright strange to be affecting; for others, there's an irresistible charm to his eccentric characters.
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