"In his introduction for Pedro Almodovar last night, Richard Pena made the point that after so many years and so many wonderful films, Almodovar is back at the New York Film Festival with a movie as new and as adventurous as any he's ever made. He's not intending to rest on his laurels," Wes Anderson said during his introduction for the 10th anniversary screening of 'The Royal Tenenbaums' at the New York Film Festival on Thursday night. "Which really struck a chord with me because that's what I've come here to do."
The Royal Tenenbaums
R2001
Based on 34 critics

An errant father tries to reconcile with his eccentric and underachieving family in New York. Read More

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