As a director, Wes Anderson has undoubtedly one of the most recognizable visual styles in cinema. His conscious use of bold primary colors and symmetric composition give his films a unique aesthetic that thread through his entire body of work.
As a scriptwriter, however, Anderson’s unique voice reveals his knack for dry, deadpan humor and his love for curiously eccentric characters. Whether you rue his lack of versatility, or praise his fine sense of individuality, its unmistakable that Anderson’s style is completely his own.
See below for a compiled collection of Wes Anderson’s feature length screenplays: