In The Darjeeling Limited (2007), three brothers - Jack (Owen Wilson), Francis and Peter - travel to India in an effort to bond with each other and find themselves struggling to survive as they are stranded in the desert. Typical Wes Anderson fare.
The Darjeeling Limited (2007), a Wes Anderson film, tells the story of three brothers - Jack, Francis and Peter - who aren't exactly on good terms but take a trip to India to rediscover their bond. What they find is a series of misadventures that are beyond their wildest dreams.
The Darjeeling Limited (2007) is the fifth feature film by famed direction Wes Anderson. It tells the story of three brothers - Jack, Francis and Peter - who aren't exactly on speaking terms but embark on a voyage to India to find themselves. What they find is a lot of other things.
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004) tells the story of the great Steve Zissou, an oceanographer who is out to avenge the death of his partner and accompanied by a collection of weird characters. Typical Wes Anderson fare.
Steve Zissou (Bill Murray) is the central character of The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004), a Wes Anderson film with many funny quotes. He's a washed-up, oddball oceanographer seeking new adventures and revenge.
The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004) is the tale of Steve Zissou, an oddball oceanographer who is out to avenge the death of his partner who was killed by a mysterious shark. A band of weird peeps are along for the ride.
Jeremy Grey: Okay, what's our back story? John Beckwith: We're brothers from New Hampshire. We're venture capitalists. Jeremy Grey: I'm sick of that. Let's be from Vermont. And let's have an emerging maple syrup conglomerate. John Beckwith: Wait, that's stupid. We don't know anything about maple syrup. Jeremy Grey: I happen to know everything there is to know about maple syrup! I love maple syrup. I love maple syrup on pancakes. I love it on pizza. And I take maple syrup and put a little bit in my hair when I've had a rough week. What do you think holds it up, slick?