DVD and BluRay: Moonrise Kingdom (12)
"Our daughter has been abducted by one of your beige lunatics," maintains Bill Murray's concerned dad in this charming tale (above) of two runaways, orphaned Sam (Jared Gilman) and cross Suzy (Kara Hayward), a pair of ostracized 12-year-olds who fall in love.
Sam is a resourceful boy scout in Davy Crockett headgear, Suzy looks like she's dressed for a fashion shoot. Every image, as always with Wes Anderson, has been meticulously thought out, the script is droll and the acting deadpan.
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