Wes Anderson’s Bottle Rocket, a comic tale of wannabe criminals (played by the Wilsons and the since underused Robert Musgrave) still seems fresh, particularly compared with 2000’s overly arch Darjeeling Limited. Criterion’s two-disc EXTRAS-larded set boasts a laconic Owen and Wes commentary, and a making-of in which costar James Caan doesn’t seem to be entirely joking when he describes Anderson as a ”sonofabitch” for not calling him now that he’s a ”big-time director.” A?
Bottle Rocket: Criterion Collection Wes Anderson's Bottle Rocket, a comic tale of wannabe criminals (played by the Wilsons and the since underused Robert Musgrave) ...Bottle Rocket: Criterion CollectionComedy, Mystery and ThrillerWes Anderson, Owen WilsonPT91MR Wes Anderson's Bottle Rocket, a comic tale of wannabe criminals (played by the Wilsons and the since underused Robert Musgrave) ...2008-11-26
Genre: Comedy, Mystery and Thriller; Starring: Luke Wilson, Owen Wilson; Director: Wes Anderson; Author: Wes Anderson, Owen Wilson; Runtime (in minutes): 91; MPAA Rating: R
Posted November 26 2008 — 12:00 AM EST
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