9. 'The Darjeeling Limited' (2007)
While Anderson has proven he's able to explore the beautiful, complicated, heartbreaking, and humorous ins and outs of family dynamics, 2007's “The Darjeeling Limited”; isn't quite as thoughtful as his other works. The convoluted tale of brotherly love (and sometimes hate) gets stuck in mood and loses story along the way, leaving you with an “eh?” instead of ”ah!” by the end credits. We are still, however, very into the 13-minute short film “Hotel Chevalier,” that played with early prints of the movie and serves to set up the Jason Schwartzman character (and explain that very brief Natalie Portman cameo in the actual film).