Reader, if you have not yet gone to see Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom, stop reading this blog right now and get to your nearest theatre to do so. Seriously. Do it. Right now. What are you going to miss, pictures of what we ate today? Songs from the hot new Canadian-Brooklyn band? Self-deprecating jokes about how we love D+D/cats, respectively? Why are you still reading this? GO!

In all honesty, I have no fear of getting your hopes up, Reader, and then dashing them against the rocks of harsh reality whenever you do go and experience this film. It’s awesome. Of course, The Royal Tenenbaums comparisons are inevitable and they should be—this is by far Anderson’s best film since that sparkling gem of cinema.

Go see it. Now.

Still here? Really? Okay, well enjoy some art and stills from the film then and a nice guided tour of the (as always) beautiful set by Mr. Bill Murray himself. Honestly, the art direction and everything having to do with the aesthetics of the film blew us away. So awesome.

Poster painting by Michael Gaskell; type design, Jessica Hische.