Today’s Movie review of Soundtrack was a short review of Isle of Dogs, created by Wes Anderson with his second stop-motion film, Fantastic Mr. Fox. I genuinely mean it when I say that it’s a good film that carries on the stop-motion style and tone of Wes Anderson while doing something new with the animation, as well as telling a story about a pack of dogs helping a young boy to find his dog. There is a message about the relationship between dogs and humans, especially with its themes of propaganda and corrupted government. However, its writing has some noticeable flaws, but not to the point where it makes the film wrong. Despite not being the strongest, it is still an excellent film to watch, as it carries a good message and, at the very least, brings justice to its themes. (It could use a bit more diversity in the casting choice.

Cinema Playlist

The Municipal Dome
Alexandre Desplat
Isle of Dogs
Hellboy II Titles
Danny Elfman
Hellboy II The Golden Army
Teenage Dream
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
Ramona-Acoustic Version
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
The Right to Remain Silent
Daniel Pemberton
Spider-man Across The Spiderverse
Staff Exit
Anthony Willis, London Contemporary Orchestra
At Long Last, Love
Danny Elfman
Spider-man 2
All’s Well That Ends Farewell
Michael Giacchino
The Batman
Passing the Torch
Hans Zimmer
Kung Fu Panda 3
Becoming Spider-Man
James Horner
The Amazing Spider-Man
Jojo’s Theme
Michael Giacchino
Jojo Rabbit
Tyler Bates
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2
Danny Elfman
Avengers Age of Ultron
Thomas Newman
The Hidden World
John Powell, Jonsi
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
The Crystal Chamber
James Newton Howard
From Atlantis the Lost Empire
Hollywood And Vines
Michael Giacchino
Mission Theme Pt.1
Siddhartha Khosla
Only Murders in the Building