Isle of Dogs  



Isle of Dogs (2018)

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In Japan in de nabije toekomst is er een uitbraak van hondenaanvallen aan de gang. Hierdoor beslist een corrupte burgemeester alle honden naar het eiland vol afval, Trash Island, te verbannen. De twaalfjarige Atari Kobayashi reist naar deze plek, op zoek naar zijn huisdier Spots en komt er in aanraking met een meute onder leiding van Rex. Samen ondernemen ze een epische reis die de toekomst van het hele gebied zal bepalen.

Regiseur: Wes Anderson

Releasedatum: 2018-03-23
staat: Released
Speeltijd: 101 min / 1:41
begroting: $62,770,198
inkomsten: $19,405,171
productiebedrijven : Studio Babelsberg, American Empirical Pictures, Indian Paintbrush, Twentieth Century Fox Animation, Fox Searchlight Pictures
productie Landen: United States of America, Germany
Releasedatum: 2018-03-23
staat: Released
Speeltijd: 101 min / 1:41
begroting: $62,770,198
inkomsten: $19,405,171

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Casts

Bryan Cranston
as Chief (voice)
Koyu Rankin
as Atari Kobayashi (voice)
Edward Norton
as Rex (voice)
Bob Balaban
as King (voice)
Jeff Goldblum
as Duke (voice)
Bill Murray
as Boss (voice)
Kunichi Nomura
as Mayor Kobayashi (voice)
Akira Takayama
as Major-Domo (voice)
Greta Gerwig
as Tracy Walker (voice)
Frances McDormand
as Interpreter Nelson (voice)
Akira Ito
as Professor Watanabe (voice)
Scarlett Johansson
as Nutmeg (voice)
Harvey Keitel
as Gondo (voice)
F. Murray Abraham
as Jupiter (voice)
Yoko Ono
as Assistant-Scientist Yoko-ono (voice)
Tilda Swinton
as Oracle (voice)
Ken Watanabe
as Head Surgeon (voice)
Mari Natsuki
as Auntie (voice)
Fisher Stevens
as Scrap (voice)
Nijiro Murakami
as Editor Hiroshi (voice)
Liev Schreiber
as Spots (voice)
Courtney B. Vance
as The Narrator (voice)
Satoshi Yamazaki
as Taiko Drummer (voice)
Gen Ueda
as Taiko Drummer (voice)
Ryuhei Matsuda
as Junior Scientist 4 / Bartender (voice)
Frank Wood
as Simul-Translate Machine (voice)
Roman Coppola
as Igor (voice)
Jun Takahashi
as Mission Control Drone Pilot (voice)
Edward Bursch
as Owl (voice)
Anjelica Huston
as Mute Poodle (voice)
Luli Shioi
as Mission Control Technician (voice)
Erica Dorn
as Mission Control Technician (voice)
Chinami Narikawa
as Mission Control Technician (voice)
Chris Benz
as Aboriginal Dog (voice)
Alex Orman
as Aboriginal Dog (voice)
J. Wurster
as Aboriginal Dog (voice)
Yojiro Noda
as News Anchor (voice)
Jake Ryan
as Junior-Interpreter Ernie (voice)
Kara Hayward
as Peppermint (voice)
Takayuki Yamada
as Junior Scientist 1 (voice)
Kozue Akimoto
as Junior Scientist 2 (voice)
Shota Matsuda
as Junior Scientist 3 (voice)
Kiyotaka Mizukoshi
as Election Night Tabulator (voice)
Elaiza Ikeda
as Punk Girl (voice)
Ryuhei Nakadai
as Surgical Assistant (voice)
Shin Mononobe
as Surgical Assistant (voice)
Ikunosuke
as Daily Manifesto Student (voice)
Taichi Kodama
as Daily Manifesto Student (voice)
Karin Okoso
as Daily Manifesto Student (voice)

Crew

Directing Wes Anderson Director
Writing Wes Anderson Writer
Production Wes Anderson Producer
Visual Effects Tim Allen Animation
Art Adam Stockhausen Production Design
Camera Tristan Oliver Director of Photography
Sound Alexandre Desplat Original Music Composer
Art Curt Enderle Art Direction
Art Paul Harrod Production Design
Production Douglas Aibel Casting
Production Kunichi Nomura Casting
Editing Edward Bursch Editor
Editing Ralph Foster Editor
Production Jeremy Dawson Producer
Production Steven M. Rales Producer
Production Scott Rudin Producer
Production Charlie Woebcken Executive Producer
Production Henning Molfenter Executive Producer
Production Christoph Fisser Executive Producer
Production Eli Bush Executive Producer
Production David Greenbaum Production Director
Production Octavia Peissel Co-Producer
Art Cristina Acuña Set Dresser
Sound Wayne Lemmer Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Christopher Scarabosio Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Production Ben Adler Associate Producer
Production Eli Bush Co-Producer
Production Molly Cooper Consulting Producer
Production John Peet Associate Producer
Editing Andrew Weisblum Supervising Film Editor
Crew Gisela Evert Post Production Supervisor
Production Angela Poschet Production Supervisor
Directing Francesca Alberigi Third Assistant Director
Directing James Emmott First Assistant Director
Directing Alan Halls Third Assistant Director
Directing Mark Lacey Second Assistant Director
Directing Alex Moffat Third Assistant Director
Directing Emily Stevens Third Assistant Director
Writing Wes Anderson Story
Writing Roman Coppola Story
Writing Jason Schwartzman Story
Writing Kunichi Nomura Story

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  • “Isle of Dogs” is uglier and more devoid of color than Anderson’s prior works, but I liked the somewhat noirish appeal of the grunginess of Trash Island. The canine voice actors know how to speak Anderson’s dialogue and make it seem natural coming from their snouts.

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  • Summary: Isle of Dogs tells the story of Atari Kobayashi, 12-year-old ward to corrupt Mayor Kobayashi. When, by Executive Decree, all the canine pets of Megasaki City are exiled to a vast garbage-dump called Trash Island, Atari sets off alone in a miniature Junior-Turbo Prop and flies across the river in search of his bodyguard-dog, Spots.

  • Isle of Dogs is one of Wes Anderson’s best movies, an imaginative and amusing travelogue through incredible settings, populated by wonderful characters, with a lot of heart and even a little insight.

  • Set in a fantasy Japan, Mr. Anderson’s new movie tells a heroic story of abandoned dogs, voiced by Bill Murray, Liev Schreiber and others.

  • Read Common Sense Media's Isle of Dogs review, age rating, and parents guide. Wondrous, bittersweet, funny, edgy animated canine story. Read Common Sense Media's Isle of Dogs review, age rating, and parents guide.

  • Yet Isle of Dogs is a delight: funny, touching and full of heartfelt warmth and wit. With breathtaking visuals and an uncanny eye for canine behaviour, it transposes the kid-friendly charm of The Incredible Journey to the post-apocalyptic landscapes of Mad Max via the Japanese cinema of Yasujiro Ozu, Seijun Suzuki and, most notably, Akira Kurosawa.

  • Isle of Dogs is not up to par with Anderson's other films, but it tows the line of a cinema so odd and yet full of tenderness and cruelty in tune with the world it ...

  • The Isle of Dogs feels like a stylistic leap forward, a beautifully constructed stop-motion feature filled with swooping movement and spinning camera work that occasionally made me wonder just how long each individual shot took to construct.

  • Film Review: ‘Isle of Dogs’ Wes Anderson returns happily to animation with a Japanophilic canine adventure that is richly imagined, drily witty and, finally, barking mad.