Wes Anderson gets me, man. He gets all up in my childhood and my daydreaming, quirky brain and takes my favorite color schemes and the little forts and paper planes I used to make and adds some Mary Jane shoes, a few crazy neighbors, a great soundtrack and makes movies that are straight up incredible. His cinematic style is classic, so distinct.
I friggin loved "Royal Tenenbaums". Probably watched it on average 52.8 x/yr since 2009 (Narrowly usurping my former obsession for Titanic and A Christmas Story.)
Can't wait to see his latest project "Moonrise Kingdom."