Wes Anderson over his 15 year career has brought to the screen a wondrous mix of eccentricity, weirdness and heart that portrays the trials and tribulations of various characters ranging from the adolescent to the aging, representing stylized versions of flawed individuals. The style that Anderson has created within his films has garnered him the title of an auteur, with his distinctive trademarks creating a new sub genre with which his films take on their various peculiarities, which in itself allows a harnessing of his uniqueness. One of the strengths of Anderson's work is that he allows his narratives to be told through an ever present cast of incredibly talented actors. Those such as Bill Murray, Jason Schwartzman and Owen Wilson have been around to drive the story forward, familiarizing themselves with the oddness that is permeated around the various situations that are presented to the screen, but also the emotional integrity that these actors convey through their work, a particularly fundamental aspect to every Anderson film. Personally, I dont believe there has ever been a bad Wes Anderson film, only films that are stronger than others. His delightful mix of wit, charm and eccentricity connect to a differing audience, the one that wonders on the fringes and allows those to take heart from the messages of warmth that his films ultimately convey, that some form of happiness is the common aim. Its a testament to Anderson as a filmmaker that all of his creations, except Fantastic Mr Fox, are original creations, allowing him to keep full creative control in every project and take each film to places he has never explored before.